[ecoop-info] CFPart: AsianPLoP 2011 - 2nd Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (Tokyo, Oct 5-8)

Hironori Washizaki washizaki at waseda.jp
Mon Sep 12 15:48:29 CEST 2011

*Call for Participation*
                       AsianPLoP 2011
      2nd Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs

              in Tokyo, Japan, Oct 5-8, 2011

AsianPLoP is a PLoP(R) Conference sanctioned by the Hillside Group.
PLoP is a registered trademark of The Hillside Group.

*Objective and Motivation*

Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (AsianPLoP) will
take place at the second time, as a premier event for pattern authors
and users to gather, discuss and learn more about patterns and software
development in the Asia region as well as other regions. The purpose of
AsianPLoP is to promote development of patterns, pattern languages,
technologies and experiences of patterns primarily about software;
however, these for domains outside software are also welcome.

In AsianPLoP 2011, various patterns, pattern languages and related
techniques will be discussed. Topics include software design,
architecture, programming, refactoring, integration, cloud computing,
services, security, and collaboration. Most of papers will be
workshopped in the traditional PLoP Writer's Workshop format.

Due to the disaster in Japan, the conference has been postponed
to October. We appreciate for your kind supports.
Please register yourself via the conference site.


Oct 5th Wed
14:00 	Bootcamp: "Introduction to patterns" Joseph Yoder
18:00 	Welcome Reception

Oct 6th Thu
9:00 	Opening with Game and Writers' Worshop Demo
10:00 	Keynote 1 "Why Capturing Business Knowledge with
        Patterns Provides" Rebecca Rikner and David West

12:30 	Writers' Workshop 1

 (Group 1)
"Dynamic Hook Points"
Eli Acherkan, Atzmon Hen-Tov, Lior Schachter, David Lorenz,
Rebecca Wirfs-Brock and Joseph Yoder

"Lazy Semantics Pattern"
Hugo Ferreira, Filipe Correia, Joseph Yoder and Ademar Aguiar

 (Group 2)
"Two security patterns"
Sergio Mujica, francisca Valenzuela and Eduardo B. Fernandez

"Emerging Patterns of Continuous Integration for Cross-Platform
Software Development" Chin-Yun Hsieh, Yu Chin Cheng
and Chien-Tsun Chen

15:00 	Writers' Workshop / Writing Group 2

 (Group 1)
"Applying Idioms for Synchronization Mechanisms.
Synchronizing communication components for the Hypercube"
Jorge Ortega-Arjona

"Selection of Metrics for Prediction of the Application of
Design Patterns by Using Machine Learning"
Jonatan Hernandez Hernandez, Atsuto Kubo, Hironori Washizaki
and Yoshiaki Fukazawa

 (Group 2)
"Mining for Patterns in the Design of Systems for Synchronous
Collaboration" Claudia Iacob

"A Pattern for Sensor Network Architectures"
Mihaela Cardei, Eduardo B. Fernandez, Anupama Sahu and
Ionut Cardei

Invited talk: "Patterns and Knowledge Management" Raj Datta
Workshop: "Pattern Cards Game" Alexander reading community in Japan

19:00 	Banquet

Oct 7th Fri
9:00 	Keynote 2 "Reflections on early pattern movement in Japan"
        Fujino 'Terry' Terunobu
10:30 	Game
11:00 	Writers' Workshop 3

(Group 1)
"Applying Architectural Patterns for Parallel Programming.
An N-body Simulation."
Jorge Ortega-Arjona

(Group 2)
"Patterns of Designing"
Rebecca Rikner and David West

13:00 	Writers' Workshop / Writing Group 4

(Group 1)
"Applying Design Patterns for Communication Components.
Communicating CSE components for the Two-dimensional Wave Equation"
Jorge Ortega-Arjona

"Refactoring to Design Patterns with Annotations"
Gabriele Kahlout

(Group 2)
"Misuse Pattern: Spoofing Web Services"
Jaime Muoz-Arteaga, Eduardo B. Fernandez and Hector Caudel-Garca

"Misuse Patterns for Cloud Computing"
Keiko Hashizume, Nobukazu Yoshioka and Eduardo B. Fernandez

15:30 	Writing Group 5

(Group 1)
"Towards Collection of Refactoring Patterns Based on Code Clone
Classification" Masayuki Tokunaga, Norihiro Yoshida, Kazuki Yoshioka,
Makoto Matsushita and Katsuro Inoue

(Group 2)
"Interoperability Marshaller/Demarshaller"
Youngsu Son, Donguk Kim, Jiwon Kim and Jungmin Son

16:30 	Workshop: "Learning Patterns" Takashi Iba
        Invited talk: "Centering Process Case Study" Minako Takeda
        and Hiroshi Nakano

17:30 	Closing and Retrospective

Oct 8th Sat
10:00   Excursion to Eishin Gakuen, the largest size project
        by C. Alexander

*NOTE: In addition to the above-mentioned papers, there will be
       12 papers discussed in different Japanese track.
*Conference Committee and Sponsors*

Program Chair:
 Masanari Motohashi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Publication Co-Chairs:
 Masaru Nagaku, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
 Takashi Iba, Keio University, Japan

Publicity Co-Chairs:
 T.V.Prabhakar, IIT Kanpur, India
 Young-Su Son, Samsung Electronics, Korea
 Yoichi Tamamaki, Jamzz, Japan
 Eiichi Hanyuda, Mamezou, Japan
 Takeshi Kakeda, Giantech, Japan

Organizing Chair:
 Hironori Washizaki, Waseda University, Japan

Local Arrangement Chair:
 Kazunori Sakamoto, Waseda University, Japan

 SIGSE Patterns Working Group, Information Processing Society of Japan

 GRACE Center, National Institute of Informatics
 Global Software Engineering Laboratory, Waseda University
 eXtreme Programming Japan Users Group
 Agile Process Association

Contact Us: asianplop [at] sse-project.org

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