[ecoop-info] [CFP - Workshop RTABIS (Recent Trends in Aspect based Information Systems) 2010] - 23 July, 2010 - Athens, Greece - Submission Deadline April 06, 2010]

Jean-Yves Tigli jean-yves.tigli at sophia.inria.fr
Tue Feb 2 19:49:29 CET 2010

======================= RTABIS 2010 ========================
1st International Workshop on Recent Trends in Aspect based Information
23 July, 2010 - Athens, Greece


In conjunction with the 5th International Conference on Software and
Data Technologies - ICSOFT 2010

Keynote Speaker :
A Keynote Speaker will be invited to address the workshop’s audience on
recent trends on the theory, practice and applications of software
engineering techniques for aspect based applications.

Important Dates
Regular Paper Submission: April 06, 2010
Authors Notification: May 04, 2010
Final Paper Submission and Registration: May 19, 2010

Paper Submission
The workshop welcomes three types of submissions:

1. Full papers describing novel ideas on recent trends in aspects based
applications at practical or theoretical levels. The maximum length of a
full paper is 10 pages.
2. Position papers describing work in progress or an author’s position
regarding the recent practice of software engineering for aspects based
applications and/or its future trends. The maximum length of a position
paper is 4 pages.
3. Demo papers describing practical context-aware application/prototype.
The maximum length of a demo paper is 4 pages. It is expected that the
authors of the paper will showcase their application in public.

All papers will undergo a double-blind review and be selected on the
basis of relevance, clarity and technical quality. At least one author
should attend the workshop to present the paper.
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers in any of the topics
listed above.
Instructions for preparing the manuscript (in Word and Latex formats)
are available at the conference Paper Templates web page. Please also
check the web page with the Submission Guidelines.
Papers should be submitted electronically via the web-based submission
system at: http://www.insticc.org/Primoris

All accepted papers will be published by INSTICC Press in the workshop
proceedings book, under an ISBN reference, and on CD-ROM support. The
workshops proceedings will be distributed to the participants in printed
form at the registration desk.
Publication of a selection of the workshop's best papers in a special
issue of an international journal is under investigation.

Registration Information
At least one author of an accepted paper must register for the workshop.
If the registration fees are not received by May 19, 2010, the paper
will not be published in the workshop proceedings book.


Philippe Lahire
Laboratoire I3S, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis
e-mail Philippe.Lahire at unice.fr

Valérie Monfort
Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne / ISIG, Kairouan University
France / Tunisia
e-mail Valerie.Monfort at univ-paris1.fr

Jean-Yves Tigli
I3S Laboratory, Polytech'Nice Sophia Antipolis, University of Nice
Sophia Antipolis
e-mail tigli at unice.fr

Workshop Program Committee
Isabelle Borne, Université de Bretagne-Sud, Vannes, France
Anis Charfi, SAP Frankfurt, Germany
Ruzanna Chitchyan, University of Lancaster, England
Antonio Corradi, Università di Bologna, Italy
Tom Dinkelaker, Software Technology Group, University of Technology,
Darmstadt, Germany
Lidia Fuentes, University of Malaga, Spain
Slimane Hammoudi, ESEO, Angers, France
Wassim Jaziri, Université de Sfax, Tunisie
Stéphane Lavirotte, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, France
Lionel Seinturier, University of Lille, France

Background and Goals
The "Recent Trends in Aspect based Information Systems" (RTABIS’10) is a
new Workshop joint to ICSOFT 2010. Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP)
complements Object Oriented (OO) programming by allowing the developer
to dynamically modify the static OO model to create a system that can
grow to meet new requirements. Just as objects in the real world can
change their states during their lifecycles, an application can adopt
new characteristics as it develops. AOP complements object-oriented
programming by facilitating another type of modularity that pulls
together the widespread implementation of a crosscutting concern into a
single unit. These units are termed aspects, hence the name
aspect-oriented programming. By compartmentalizing aspect code,
crosscutting concerns become easy to deal with. Aspects of a system can
be changed, inserted or removed at compile time, and even reused. So,
Aspect Oriented Software Development gathers a set of techniques for
modular definition and the implementation of transverse functions for
enterprises applications. Typical crosscutting concerns include logging,
context-sensitive error handling, performance optimization, and design

AOP is becoming an industrial reality with projects and commercial
offers. Moreover, related topics are numerous.

This first workshop on Recent Trends in Aspect based Information Systems
provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to present results,
applications, and experiences in software based on Aspects. The
organizing committee welcomes high quality contributions that describe
original and unpublished works in the field of aspect-based application
engineering in terms of design, development, testing, and deployment.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Software engineering

* Requirements engineering
* Analysis and design modeling
* Domain engineering
* Software architectures
* Evaluation and metrics
* Modular Reasoning
* Testing and verification
* Interference and composition
* Traceability
* Software development methods
* Process and methodology definition
* Patterns

- Programming languages

* Language design
* Compilation and interpretation
* Verification and static program analysis
* Formal languages and calculi
* Execution environments & dynamic weaving
* Dynamic and scripting languages
* Domain-specific aspect languages

- Related paradigms

* Model-driven development
* Generative programming
* Software product lines
* Meta-programming
* Contracts and components
* View-based development

- Tool support

* Aspect mining
* Evolution and reverse engineering
* Crosscutting program views
* Refactoring

- Applications

* Distributed/concurrent systems
* Middleware, services, and networking
* Pervasive computing
* Runtime verification
* Performance improvement SOA and aspects
* Multi Agent Systems and aspects
* E-learning and Intelligent Tutoring Systems and aspect

- Industrial feed back
* Project management with AOP
* Success story or failure
* Other applications experiences

Secretariat Contacts
ICSOFT Workshops - RTABIS 2010
e-mail: icsoft.workshops.secretariat at insticc.org

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