The symposium on Software
Reusability is a bi-annual forum, held in conjunction with
the International Conference on Software Engineering,
for the exchange of ideas, research and development results,
and experiences in all aspects of software reuse.
The theme of this symposium is "Bridging the
Gap between Research and Practice" and its
emphasis is to discuss how the current state of the art in the field of
software reuse can be put to bear to bring about industrial standards in
the practice of this discipline. SSR'99 invites you to submit unpublished,
original work to share with the software reuse community in
particular, and the software engineering community in general; we encourage
submissions of an experimental,
or theoretical nature.
Experimental/empirical submissions are expected to highlight the application
of industrial standards in the practice of software reuse; analytical/theoretical
submissions are expected to highlight the industrial potential of their
results and ideas.
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