10th European Test Symposium

Reval Hotel Olümpia, Tallinn, Estonia
May 22-25, 2005


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Review Criteria

Papers may be submitted to the Formal Track or the Informal Track. All papers are reviewed by the Program Committee, considering the following review criteria.

Contributions to the Formal Track

Submissions to the Formal Track should present original work, with a strong focus on novel concepts and methodologies.
They will be reviewed with respect to originality and novelty of ideas, expected impact on future research and applications, technical soundness, and quality of presentation.

Contributions to the Informal Track

Four different types of contributions are sought for within the Informal Track:

  • Application Contributions: Submissions should present case studies and reports on industrial and/or academic experiences, practices, and developments. They will be reviewed with respect to completeness of experimental application data, practical impact, technical soundness, and quality of presentation.
  • Emerging Ideas Contributions: Submissions should report about ongoing research in industry and academia. The contributions will allow setting up sessions with a workshop style atmosphere, for discussing open problems, first trials and ideas not yet mature for the scientific literature.
  • Poster Contributions: Submissions should report about ongoing activities in industry and academia. The contributions will allow setting up sessions where attendees can discuss with poster presenters in a very informal atmosphere.
  • PhD Student Forum Contributions :Submissions should report about ongoing student research activities. They should be singly authored by the students and describe preliminary results and future directions of on-going research that is expected to continue over the next years.

ETS'05 follows the review guidelines of IEEE. In particular, the contents of papers under review is treated as privileged information not to be disclosed to others before publication.