The following four artifacts accepted at SEAMS 2021 have been added to the exemplars section of this website:
All of these artifacts are available in the SEAMS community at Zenodo.org.
The proceedings of the 16th Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems (SEAMS 2021) are online. The symposium was held virtually on May 18-21, 2021.
Proceedings at IEEE DL and IEEE Xplore.
Recordings of the presentations are available on YouTube.
SEAMS 2021 will run from Tue 18 - Fri 21 May 2021.
The program features two keynotes:
- Jeffrey Kephart: Viewing Autonomic Computing through the Lens of Embodied Artificial Intelligence: A Self-Debate
- Fiona Polack: Uncertain models of unknown realities: modelling and simulating complex biological systems
Moreover, high-quality papers on topics such as Self-Adaptation and Machine Learning, Cyber-Physical Systems , Decentralization and Distribution, Industry 4.0, Human in the Loop, Uncertainty and Fairness, Core Approaches for Self-adaptation will be presented.
- 11 full research papers
- 13 short research papers
- 4 artifacts
Another highlight of the SEAMS 2021 program will be the community debate about the statement "handling unanticipated changes is the ultimate challenge for self-adaptation."
Check the SEAMS 2021 program and participate!
The calls for papers and artifacts of the 16th Symposium on Software Engineering for Adaptive and Self-Managing Systems (SEAMS 2021) are available online: