ISSRE started as a small group of people working on software
reliability engineering theory and practice sharing their ideas. Over
the years, the conference has grown steadily attracting about 150-200
participants on a regular basis. The conference is big enough to
represent all the key topics in software reliability engineering, but
small enough to provide an in-depth representation of theory or
practice in these areas. Over the years, industry participation has
steadily grown, leading to a healthy mixture of theory and practice, as
evidenced by the conference programs.
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Today's WOSA agenda has been posted.
A number of session chairs have been assigned. They are listed on the agenda.
Tutorial T2 ("SRE of Web Site Construction, by Dr. Norman
Schneidewind") has been cancelled. In addition, the student poster
session on Thursday November 14th has been extended to last straight through to 5pm.
The "Managing Software Quality" track has been cancelled. From that
track, Robert B. Wen's "e-Business Reliability through CMMI and Six
Sigma" presentation has been moved to "Trustworthy Systems" and is
replacing "Predicting Latent Software Faults: A Commercial Telecom Case
A new student posters session has been added on Friday, November 15 pushing the closing session from 2:30-3:30 to 3:30-4:30.
The hotel reservation cut-off date has been extended a week. The cut-off is now Monday, October 28 at 5pm (eastern).
The sponsors page is now online. In addition, a correction was made to Gary McGraw's tutorial (it's a half-day, not full-day, presentation).
The Fast Abstract titles for the 14th and 15th have been posted. The main agenda page lists the categories represented during the Fast Abstracts sesssions.
The Tutorial Day agenda has been updated.
A PDF version of the Call for Participation is available.
The agenda for Tutorial Day (November 12th) is beginning to take shape. Half of the abstracts have been posted, and the other half are on the way.
The titles for Tutorial Day (November 12th) have been posted. Abstracts are forthcoming.
The conference registration page is now online. is available, as are printable registration forms in both Word and PDF formats.
The original call for papers and other submission guidelines have been moved to the archive section. In addition, news about ISSRE updates will now appear on the front page.
The agenda is being updated frequently. Most recently, a Call for Participation for WOSA (the Workshop on Software Assessment) has been posted. WOSA will take place on Tuesday November 12 (Tutorial Day).