[ecoop-info] Comparing Modeling Approaches (CMA at MODELS) Workshop at MODELS 2013

Geri Georg georg at cs.colostate.edu
Wed Jun 19 16:01:26 CEST 2013

[our apologies for multiple posts]

Call for Models or Papers
October 1, 2013


The Fourth International Comparing Modeling Approaches (CMA) workshop
continues the work begun at CMA workshops held at previous MODELS
conferences, Requirements Engineering (RE) 2013, and previous Bellairs
Workshops. The Bellairs workshops produced a focused case study suitable for
modeling in its entirety based on a Crisis Management System case study, and
a preliminary collection of criteria to compare aspect-oriented modeling
(AOM) approaches along with more traditional object-oriented modeling (OOM)

Each CMA workshop has produced a revised set of criteria along with
evaluations of additional modeling approaches that have broadened the
modeling paradigms beyond the initial scope of AOM and OOM. The 2013 edition
of the CMA workshop at MODELS (CMA at MODELS'13) will bring together
practitioners of different modeling approaches with the following two aims
in mind:
- to continue applying the comparison criteria to more modeling approaches
  in the context of the focused case study, and
- to propose and execute analyses of the existing results, with the end
  goal of enabling practitioners to propose and evaluate end-to-end

The CMA workshop solicits three types of submissions:
- Models of the bCMS case study including assessments
- Papers reflecting on, improving, or extending the current comparison
  criteria document or assessments
- Papers proposing analyses based on the assessments of the currently
  covered modeling approaches and the comparison criteria document

For more information, see the complete CFP and submission details at:

Accepted papers will become part of the workshop proceedings and published
in CEUR, which is indexed by DBLP. Accepted models including assessments
will be published in the Repository for Model Driven Development (ReMoDD).
After the workshop, participants are strongly encouraged to participate in
publication of the workshop report which will be part of the workshop
proceeding, and a more comprehensive journal publication effort spanning
results from previous workshops that will focus on the insights gained
during the workshops.

IMPORTANT DATES (all deadlines 23:59:59, Pago Pago, American Samoa time)
until July 15, 2013: Selection of Modeling Approach or
                     Brief Paper Description
July 15, 2013:       Deadline for Initial Model or Paper Submission
August 23, 2013:     Notification Sent to Authors
September 17, 2013:  Deadline for Submission of Model or Paper
                     (Workshop Version)
October 1, 2013:     Workshop
A few weeks after the workshop (exact date to be announced):
                     Deadline for Submission of Model or Paper
                     (Final Version)

Ana Moreira, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal Geri Georg, Colorado
State University, USA Gunter Mussbacher, University of Ottawa, Canada Jörg
Kienzle, McGill University, Canada Robert France, Colorado State University,
USA Shaukat Ali, Simula Research Laboratory, Norway

Nuno Amálio, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg Daniel Amyot, University
of Ottawa, Canada Rolv Bræk, Norwegian University of Science and Technology,
Norway Jean-Michel Bruel, University of Toulouse, France Tony Clark,
Middlesex University, UK Philippe Collet, Université de Nice-Sophia
Antipolis, France Benoît Combemale, IRISA, France Jennifer Horkoff,
Università di Trento, Italy Jacques Klein, University of Luxembourg,
Luxembourg Philippe Lahire, Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France Tim
Lethbridge, University of Ottawa, Canada Markus Luckey, Universität
Paderborn, Germany Dorina C. Petriu, Carleton University, Canada Rick Salay,
University of Toronto, Canada Eugene Syriani, University of Alabama, USA

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