The SEAMS 2017 proceedings is now online at the ACM Digital Library: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3105503
The best paper award of SEAMS 2017 went to Antoine Cailliau and Axel van Lamsweerde. Runtime Monitoring and Resolution of Probabilistic Obstacles to System Goals.
The best artefact award of SEAMS 2017 went to Martina Maggio, Alessandro Vittorio Papadopoulos, Antonio Filieri and Henry Hoffmann. Self-Adaptive Video Encoder: Comparison of Multiple Adaptation Strategies Made Simple.
Dear SEAMS community members,
As you may know, this year the conference has made special emphasis in promoting artifacts that help to provide a common basis for comparison and for further research in the area.
We are happy to announce that accepted artifacts are now available as a special issue of the Dagstuhl DARTS artifact series in the following URL:
We encourage you to explore this collection of artifacts, familiarize, and even play around with them a bit before SEAMS. This might help you get the most out of the opportunity of asking the authors about their artifacts during the conference.
Artifacts Chair of SEAMS 2017
Dear SEAMS participants,
ICSE has updated instructions on how to get to the conference venues.
Note that UCA has buildings and people need to pay attention to which is the convention center one. (it is the southernmost building, but the entrance to that building is on its northern side.)
Registration information are here.