SSBSE 2022 Journal First Presentation Submission
SSBSE 2022 will be co-located with ESEC/FSE 2022.

This is the form for submitting to the Journal First track of SSBSE 2022.

Papers themselves will not be part of the SSBSE 2022 proceedings but the proceedings will note which journal first papers were presented at the conference.

Please see detailed information about eligibility in the Call-for-Contributions: https://conf.researchr.org/track/ssbse-2022/ssbse-2022-journal-first#Call-for-Contributions

In particular note that:
- Only papers accepted in one of the journals listed below no earlier than April 1, 2021 and no later than March 31, 2022 are eligible for submission.
- The paper really is journal first, see questions below and describe why you argue this is the case.
- You will need to list any previous papers of yours that this paper has a relation to, and briefly mention the novelty in relation to them.
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Paper Title *
List of Authors *
Link to Publication or Preprint *
Name of the Journal *
Publication/Acceptance Date *
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Abstract of paper
Paper has not been presented at, and is not under consideration for, journal-first programs of another conference *
Paper does not exclusively report a secondary study, e.g., systematic reviews, mapping studies, surveys *
The paper is a full paper, i.e., it is not a short paper, commentary, editorial, note, opinion paper, special issue introduction. *
Main contact author email *
Describe why you consider the paper to be in scope of SSBSE 2022 *
Describe why you consider the paper to be a journal first paper (typical definitions that can help include "this is not an extension of a full 8-10 page conference publication" and "this presents novel contributions that significantly extend and were not previously reported in prior work" but we want to hear your own argument) *
List all your previously published papers that the paper is related to or builds on (with one sentence for each on what the connection is) *
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