SIGSAND Symposium, May 12-14, 2016 Lubbock, Texas
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The annual SIGSAND symposium on all topics related to systems analysis and design will be held at Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas. Important Dates: Expression of Interest: February 21, 2016 Submission of Manuscript: March 13, 2016 Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: March 31, 2016 Please submit all inquiries regarding manuscripts to the Program Chairs: Palash Bera (pbera@slu.edu) and Binny Samuel (bsamuel@ivey.uwo.ca) Conference Chair: Glenn J. Browne (glenn.browne@ttu.edu)

5/12/2016 to 5/14/2016
When: 5/12/2016
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SIGSAND 2016

Web Page: http://sigsand.ba.ttu.edu/

Call for Papers:

Submission Guidelines

Faculty, graduate students, and independent scholars are invited to submit completed research papers, research in progress papers, or extended position statements in the area of Systems Analysis and Design. Issues addressed in submissions can range from the creation of new systems analysis and design formalisms and development methods (grammars and methods), to the evaluation of new or existing formalisms and methods by examining issues involving their use (scripts and context), to polemic arguments on the potential value of the approach. Given the broad range of issues in this call, submissions can be anchored in any of a range of research method, including formal analysis, systems development (design science), experiments, case studies, and field studies.

Topics of Interest

  • Agile methods
  • Analysis and Design for Service-Oriented Enterprises 
  • Ontological foundations of Systems Analysis and Design
  • Project Management Issues in Systems Analysis and Design
  • Rapid Systems Development
  • Requirements Determination
  • Security Issues in Systems Analysis and Design
  • Software Quality Control
  • Software Testing and Quality Control
  • Teaching Systems Analysis and Design
  • Transition from Structured Approaches to Object Oriented Approaches
  • Unified Modeling Language (UML)
  • Workflow Modeling

Submission Process

All submissions should use the 2016 template, available here. Email submissions to ba_sigsand@ttu.edu.

Submissions will be reviewed by the symposium organizers for relevance and contribution to SA&D. Accepted submissions will receive in-depth feedback from symposium participants and will be collected in proceedings. Authors will retain copyright on their work, allowing them to submit revised versions of their papers in other outlets. The following length limits apply :

  • Completed research - 5,000 words
  • Research in Progress - 3,000 words
  • Position statements - 2,500 words

Important Dates

Expression of Interest:  February 21, 2016

Submission of Manuscript:  March 13, 2016

Notification of Acceptance/Rejection:  March 31, 2016

Final Paper Submission:  April 30, 2016

Symposium:  May 12-14, 2016

 

Please submit all inquiries regarding manuscripts to the Program Chairs.

 

Program Chairs:  Palash Bera (pbera@slu.edu)

    Binny Samuel (bsamuel@ivey.uwo.ca)

 

Conference Chair:  Glenn J. Browne (glenn.browne@ttu.edu)

 

 

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