Submissions must be written in Portuguese or English. All submissions must be formatted according to the SBC template (available here). Each paper will be evaluated by at least three members of the program committee. There will be one type of paper submission:
- Full papers (up to 8 pages), showing results of interest for the advancement of research in the field.
The judgment of full papers will be according to the following criteria: Originality and Timeliness, Technical Basis and Contribution, Relevance to the Call for Papers and Readability, Organization and Presentation. Moreover, the judgment of challenge papers will be according to the following criteria: Degree of Innovation, Practical Utility, Relevance to the Call for Papers and Readability, Organization and Presentation. After the judgment, there will be a consensus to resolve any possible discrepancies in evaluation.
The experimental evaluation of the results is desirable, but not a precondition for paper submission to the workshop. Papers with innovative and promising proposals are welcome. It is strongly recommended that all technical papers present comparisons with related work in the area. Theoretical papers should emphasize the contribution to the practice of software visualization, evolution or maintenance. Papers on practical experiments should describe the employed method and interpret the qualitative and/or quantitative results.
All submissions should be sent electronically via JEMS system (https://submissoes.sbc.org.br/home.cgi?c=2073) until the deadline for submission. One of the authors must present the paper at the workshop. Finally, authors should comply with the dates for submission of the final versions, as well as the registration in the workshop as a condition for the inclusion of the paper in the proceedings.