[MMB] CFP for Workshop Sioves-Behavior

GERARD Sebastien 166342 GERARD at ortolan.cea.fr
Fri Jun 4 16:20:53 MEST 2004


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                       Call for Position Paper 
                            SIVOES-Behavior
  Workshop on the place of behavior for designing applications.
              Sunday, October 10th, 2004, Lisbon, Portugal

               http://www.sivoes.org/Sivoes2004_Behavior

                        hold in conjunction with the 
                     UML'2004 international conference
                  October 11-15, 2004, Lisbon, Portugal
                     http://www.umlconference.org/
       

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ORGANIZERS 

Sébastien GERARD, CEA-List/LLSP, Fr
Pierre-Alain MULLER, Univ of Hte Alsace., ESSAIM, Fr
Colin ATKINSON, Univ. of Mannheim, D
Bran SELIC, IBM Rational Software Canada

Outlines

The latest OMG initiative (already three years old), called MDA - for "Model
Driven Architecture" - puts forward the idea that future process development
will be centered around the models, thus keeping independent development
from underlying platform technology. The first significant result of the MDA
paradigm for engineers is the possibility to build application models that
can be conveniently ported to new, emerging technologies - implementation
languages, middleware, etc.- with minimal effort and risk.

In the real-time area, this model-oriented trend is also very active and
promising. But real-time systems are different from general-purpose systems
at last because of their behavior aspects. Indeed, it is one of the main
issues in their development.
This workshop aims to bring together members of the various communities
concerned by the behavior across a wide range of domains. The workshop will
provide them with a central forum where to debate the place of behavior in
specification, design, implementation, verification and maintenance of
software and systems in the context of the distributed, real-time and
embedded areas.
This workshop seeks contributions from researchers and practitioners
interested on all behavior aspects of system development. We are especially
interested in papers outlining how behavior is addressed in the different
communities and how these communities see the balance between structure and
behavior in software and systems.
To achieve this purpose, SIVOES-Behavior solicits then abstract papers
(about 4 pages) related to, but not limited to, the following principal
topics:
* Models and meta-models.
* Simulation.
* Verification and validation.
* Code generation.
* Real-time and reactive systems.
* Hybrid systems
* ...

SELECTION PROCESS

To participate to this workshop, send a position paper via email to
Sébastien Gérard (Sebastien.Gerard at cea.fr). Submissions should not exceed 4
pages (10 pt., single space) and should be in one of the following formats:
plain text, postscript, pdf or word.
Submissions will be evaluated based on their relevance to the workshop
theme, originality, and on ability to reveal issues that may animate
discussions during the workshop. The accepted papers will be placed on the
workshop web site before the date of the workshop.

IMPORTANT DATES 

Submission deadline: August 23th, 2004
Notification of acceptance: September 3rd, 2004
Workshop date : Sunday, October 10th, 2004

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Dr. Ing. Sébastien Gérard
CEA-List / L-LSP
Saclay, Bât 451, p. 21
91191 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex
tél. : (+33) 1-69-08-58-24
fax : (+33) 1-69-08-20-82
http://www.ensieta.fr/mda/
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Excuse us for possible duplicates.

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                                Call for Position Paper 
                 SIVOES-Behavior
  Workshop on the place of behavior for designing applications.
           Sunday, October 10th, 2004, Lisbon, Portugal
            http://www.sivoes.org/Sivoes2004_Behavior
                        hold in conjunction with the 
             UML’2004 international conference
          October 11-15, 2004, Lisbon, Portugal
                 http://www.umlconference.org/
       

*************************************************************************************************

ORGANIZERS 

Sébastien GERARD, CEA-List/LLSP, Fr
Pierre-Alain MULLER, Univ of Hte Alsace., ESSAIM, Fr
Colin ATKINSON, Univ. of Mannheim, D
Bran SELIC, IBM Rational Software Canada
Outlines
The latest OMG initiative (already three years old), called MDA – for "Model Driven Architecture" – puts forward the idea that future process development will be centered around the models, thus keeping independent development from underlying platform technology. The first significant result of the MDA paradigm for engineers is the possibility to build application models that can be conveniently ported to new, emerging technologies - implementation languages, middleware, etc.- with minimal effort and risk.
In the real-time area, this model-oriented trend is also very active and promising. But real-time systems are different from general-purpose systems at last because of their behavior aspects. Indeed, it is one of the main issues in their development.
This workshop aims to bring together members of the various communities concerned by the behavior across a wide range of domains. The workshop will provide them with a central forum where to debate the place of behavior in specification, design, implementation, verification and maintenance of software and systems in the context of the distributed, real-time and embedded areas.
This workshop seeks contributions from researchers and practitioners interested on all behavior aspects of system development. We are especially interested in papers outlining how behavior is addressed in the different communities and how these communities see the balance between structure and behavior in software and systems.
To achieve this purpose, SIVOES-Behavior solicits then abstract papers (about 4 pages) related to, but not limited to, the following principal topics:
* Models and meta-models.
* Simulation.
* Verification and validation.
* Code generation.
* Real-time and reactive systems.
* Hybrid systems
* 

SELECTION PROCESS
To participate to this workshop, send a position paper via email to Sébastien Gérard (Sebastien.Gerard at cea.fr). Submissions should not exceed 4 pages (10 pt., single space) and should be in one of the following formats: plain text, postscript, pdf or word.
Submissions will be evaluated based on their relevance to the workshop theme, originality, and on ability to reveal issues that may animate discussions during the workshop. The accepted papers will be placed on the workshop web site before the date of the workshop.

IMPORTANT DATES 

Submission deadline: August 23th, 2004
Notification of acceptance: September 3rd, 2004
Workshop date : Sunday, October 10th, 2004




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