[ecoop-info] Call for papers: 4th International Workshop on Service computing, Context-aware, Location-aware and Positioning technique (SCLP'11)

ahmed.nait-sidi-moh at utbm.fr ahmed.nait-sidi-moh at utbm.fr
Sat Sep 25 11:09:25 CEST 2010

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Dear colleagues,

We believe that the workshop SCLP'11 may be in your area of interest,  
you are then invited to submit your work.
We will be grateful to you for advertising this call for papers and  
inviting your colleagues and research students who may be interested  
to submit their work.


To be held in conjunction with the 4th IFIP Intrnational Conference in  
New Technologies, Mobility and Security (NTMS'2011) in Paris, France  
on the 7-10 February 2011.


We hope to meet you at Paris on February 2011.

Best regards
A. Nait-Sidi-Moh

********************* Workshop information ******************
Importante dates:
- Draft papers should be submitted by October  20, 2010
- Authors will receive the acceptance notification by November 18, 2010
- Final papers for presentation should be sent before December 07, 2010

Aims and Scope:
The positioning techniques and navigation systems are understood as  
any solution that can place, locate or produce information and  
geographical coordinates of a person, vehicle, property or other  
items, particularly on the occasion of their mobility, displacement or  
movement. In recent years, there has been growing interest in location  
based services and navigation systems. However, the developing  
research in this area has some limitations in the composition,  
collaboration, cooperation and synchronization between different  
services. The interoperability and resource sharing between services  
of different domains are primordial tasks in discovering services and  
in sequencing of the interactions between them.
The fourth edition of the workshop SCLP?11 will emphasize positioning  
techniques and system navigation for interaction and interoperability  
of services including web services, services operation and management,  
mathematical and formal methods for specification, modeling,  
verification and validation of scenarios and applications.
This workshop aims to provide a forum in which to focus on location  
based services and positioning techniques, methods, concepts, models,  
languages and tools that enable the design and development of  
practical applications in the context of navigation systems. It aims  
to bring together researchers, students and professionals from  
Software Engineering area, Software architecture area and Mobile  
services Computing area to reach a better understanding of the  
relationships between them and promote their research efforts.

List of topics:

The topics of interest for SCLP?2011 workshop include but are not limited to:

*       Positioning techniques
*       Global Navigation Satellite System
*       Wireless Positioning techniques
*       Geolocation techniques of Internet hosts
*       Geocasting
*       Geofencing
*       Geographic routing protocols for mobile, Ad-hoc sensor networks
*       Location systems for mobile-computing applications
*       Data Fusion
*       Location routing algorithms for V2V/V2I communication
*       Self-configurable positioning techniques
*       Sensor networks
*       Ubiquitous and pervasive computing
*       Location based services
*       Context-aware computing
*       Service-Oriented Architecture
*       Service interoperability, interaction and synchronization
*       Service operations and management
*       Self-organization of services
*       Service discovery and negotiation
*       Web services
*       Service security and privacy
*       Formal methods for specification, verification and validation
*       Service modeling, performance evaluation and optimization
*       Transportation applications

For author guidelines and more information, please refer to:



Ahmed Nait-Sidi-Moh: ahmed.nait-sidi-moh at utbm.fr
Jaafar Gaber: jaafar.gaber at utbm.fr
Mohamed Bakhouya: bakhouya at gmail.com

A. Nait-Sidi-Moh
Université de Technologie de Belfort Montbéliard (UTBM)
Laboratoire Systèmes et Transports (SeT)
Campus de Belfort, Bat D, Bur. 226
Rue E.Thierry Mieg

Tél: Bur. 03 84 58 30 75
      Mob. 06 84 55 06 28
Fax:      03 84 58 33 42
E-Mail : ahmed.nait-sidi-moh at utbm.fr

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