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New Site for Online Submissions
We have a new site, http://sen.sigsoft.org/, for online submission of items for publication in SEN. You can submit articles, reports, reviews, columns, announcements and book reviews.
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Papers, Reviews and Columns in the May Issue
This issue of SEN includes reports and papers on:
- On the Evolution of Software and Systems Product Line Standards, by Sridhar Chimalakonda and Dan Hyung Lee
- Summary of the 3rd International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Testing (RET 2016), Michael Unterkalmsteiner, Gregory Gay, Michael Felderer, Elizabeth Bjarnason, Markus Borg and Mirko Morandini
- The 3rd Workshop on Social and Algorithmic Issues in Business Support - Paradigms Derived from Text and Converted into Algorithms, by Adam Wojciechowski and Alok Mishra
- Forward Dynamic Slicing of Web Applications, by Madhusmita Sahu and Durga Prasad Mohapatra
- SMT-Based Context-Bounded Model Checking for Embedded Systems: Challenges and Future Trends, by Lucas C. Cordeiro and Eddie B. de Lima Filho
The letters and columns in this issue include the following:
- From the Chair - Nenad Medvidovic
- Letter from the Editor: John Georgas
- Top 10 Downloaded Articles
- Top 10 Most Cited Articles
- SIGSOFT and ACM Learning Webinars available on YouTube
- Passages - Alex Groce
- Diversity and Inclusion in Research Community: Remembering David Notkin - Tao Xie
- Science, Society, and Software Engineering Part 1: Scientists at work and play - Robert Schaefer
- Surfing the Net for Software Engineering Notes - Mark Doernhoefer
- Risks to the Public - Peter G. Neumann and contributors
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The full text of the current issue and all back issues of Software Engineering Notes is now available free online for SIGSOFT members in the ACM Digital Library.