[isabelle] Final Call for Papers: Special Issue of the SCP on Automated Verification of Critical Systems



Final Call for Papers (*** submission deadline in 3 weeks!!! ***)

Science of Computer Programming
Special Issue on Automated Verification of Critical Systems

Guest editors:  Gudmund Grov & Andrew Ireland
Submission deadline: 20 May 2016
Notification: 31 August 2016

This special issue is devoted to the 15th international workshop on Automated Verification of Critical Systems (AVoCS 2015):

   https://sites.google.com/site/avocs15/

The aim of AVoCS is to contribute to the interaction and exchange of ideas among members of the international research community on tools 
and techniques for the verification of critical systems. These topics are to be interpreted broadly and inclusively. It covers all aspects 
of automated verification, and typical (but not exclusive) topics of interest are:

 - Model Checking
 - Automatic and Interactive Theorem Proving
 - SAT, SMT or Constraint Solving for Verification
 - Abstract Interpretation
 - Specification and Refinement
 - Requirements Capture and Analysis
 - Verification of Software and Hardware
 - Specification and Verification of Fault Tolerance and Resilience
 - Probabilistic and Real-Time Systems
 - Dependable Systems
 - Verified System Development
 - Industrial Applications

Submission to this special issue is open. We expect original articles (typically 20-30 pages) that present high-quality contributions,
have not been previously published in an archival venue and that must not be simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere.

Submissions must be written in English and comply with SCP's author guidelines

http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/505623/authorinstructions

Submission is over the SCP website:

http://ees.elsevier.com/scico/default.asp

which you will have to register for if you do not have an account.
When submitting your paper please choose the article type "Special issue: AVoCS 2015".

Please send any queries you may have to Gudmund Grov (G.Grov at hw.ac.uk)



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