The workshop is held as a part of Programming Conference 2021.
- Abstract registration deadline
- January 15th, 2021
- Submission deadline
- January 20th, 2021
- Author response period
- February 14th-21st, 2021
- Acceptance notification
- March 1st, 2021
Automatic debugging, error fixing, and reporting is getting more and more popularity across different research communities. We aim to provide a forum for exchange of latest work and document best practices across different disciplines.
- Automatic reproducers like those generated by LLDB
- Automatic unit test extraction and using decorators and code inspection
- Automatic reproducer/error case minimization
- Interactive error recovery systems and their applications
- Error algebras and error-tracing algebras
- Formalizations of debugging
- Fault impact reporting and accuracy estimation
- Provenance tracking in term rewriting
- Error analytics pipelines and databases
- Error monitoring in intrusion detection systems
- Delta debugging
- Automatic generation of error dashboards
- Global fault analysis of systems with both computational and human component, and cyber-physical systems.
Note that workshop particularly encourage treatment of all kinds of errors, be they compile-time, run-time, discrepancies between intent and specification, hardware failures, or human errors to the degree to which they are amenable to automatic analysis and reporting.
- Experts in automated debugging, error fixing wishing to exchange knowledge with their peers.
- Industry practitioners interested to learn more about approaches to automated analysis of errors.
- Academics in quest for formalization of automated error analysis and fixing
- Financial industry practitioners interested in computer science approaches to satisfy risk reporting guidelines with respect to error impact tracing and reporting of accuracy
- Management scientist looking for automatic global fault reporting and impact reporting methodologies.
Because of this, we encourage you to reference used theories and methodologies, and provide a introductions with use cases.
- Our main goal is to encourage social exchange of ideas related to automatic error analysis and impact reporting.
- We call for position papers, research expositions, early stage work, and industry experience papers to encourage exchange of on-going research and implementation efforts.
- Kenichi Asai, Ochanomizu University
- Michał J. Gajda, Migamake Pte Ltd (chair)
- Michał “phoe” Herda #lisp @ Freenode IRC
- Henrik Nilsson University of Nottingham
- Vladimir Panteleev DustMite
- Francesco Spegni Università Politecnica delle Marche
- Dmitry Vostokov DumpAnalysis.org
- Vadim Zaytsev Universiteit Twente
We welcome original, unpublished papers of the following forms: full articles, case studies (up to 16 pages without references), and extended abstracts (up to 4 pages without references).
Please submit your paper or extended abstract by EasyChair. You may contact the committee chair with any questions you have about submission.
The paper evaluation will use the following criteria:
- Clarity of exposition
- Transferrability of innovation(s) to other domains
- Scientific rigour and form of the article
- Cross-pollination potential with other papers
- Preliminary papers will be offered feedback on how to improve the quality in all these factors before and during the workshop
All submissions should use ACM DL template.
Like other workshops of the conference, we plan to include selected papers in ACM DL post-proceedings.