CCF ChinaSoft 2022 “群智化软件测试技术和方法”Track征稿通知

本专刊与2022年CCF中国软件大会(CCF ChinaSoft 2022)合作。投稿本专刊并通过第一轮评审的国内论文作者需要注册参加本次大会并在“群智化软件测试技术和方法”论坛上进行论文报告交流。

On top of the two basic roles of "interconnecting computers" and "interconnecting objects", Internet is gradually showing a new role of "interconnecting intelligence": large-scale loose human individuals, via the explicit or implicit Internet interactions, are manifesting intelligent behavior at the group level that transcends any individual or traditional organization. How to effectively gather the intelligence of the group to carry out software testing activities has become an important symbol of national scientific and technological strength in the Internet environment. Collective intelligence software testing focuses on solving the mechanism of formation, measurement and regulation of collective intelligence for software testing in the Internet environment, aiming to build new software testing service model in the Internet environment characterized by large-scale collective collaboration, intelligence aggregation, reputation tracking, and continuous evolution.

Topics

The list of topics includes but not limited to:

(1) Technologies supporting software testing driven by collective intelligence

(2) Theory and technologies for collective intelligence driven software testing

(3) Technologies related with crowdsourced test task management and resource management

(4) Ming software repositories of crowdsourced testing data, as well as issue related data of open-source projects

(5) Human-machine collaborating testing

(6) Security related models and techonoglies for crowdsourced testing process and platform

(7) Collective intelligence knowledge acquirement, representation and management

(8) Multimodal resource cooperation of crowdsourcing ecosystem

(9) Software quality evaluation and insurance of collective intelligence environment

(10) Default detection, localization and repair based on open-source data

Important Dates

Submission deadline: July 15, 2022

First notification: October 15, 2022

Revision submission: December 15, 2022

Notification of acceptance: January 15, 2023

Submission Guidelines

Authors should prepare their manuscript according to the Guide for Authors of the Software: Evolution and Process. The submission site is http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jsme.

Please select “Collective Intelligence Software Testing” in the submission system. All the papers will be peer-reviewed following the Software: Evolution and Process reviewing procedures. Submitted manuscripts should not have been published previously, nor be under consideration for publication elsewhere. If the submission is an extended work of a previously published conference /workshop paper, you must submit a cover letter/document detailing (1) the "Summary of Differences" between the Conference/workshop paper and extended version paper, (2) a clear list of "new and original" ideas/contributions in the extended version paper (identifying sections where they are proposed/presented), (3) confirmation of the percentage of new material (at least 30%), and (4) the previously published conference/workshop paper.

Guest Editors

Song Huang, PhD

Corresponding Guest Editor

Professor

College of Command and Control Engineering

Army Engineering University of PLA

Email: huangsong@aeu.edu.cn


Zuohua Ding, PhD

Professor and Dean

School of Informatics Science and Technology

Zhejiang Sci-Tech University

Email: zouhuading@hotmail.com


Dan Hao, PhD

Associate Professor

School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science

Peking University

Email: haodan@pku.edu.cn


Junjie Wang, PhD

Associate Researcher

Institute of Software b

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Email: junjie@iscas.ac.cn


Chunrong Fang, PhD

Assistant Researcher

Software Institute

Nanjing University

Email: fangchunrong@nju.edu.cn