[ecoop-info] Deadline extension 1st workshop Quality of Models and Models of Quality in conjunction with ER 2014
Charlotte.Hug at univ-paris1.fr
Thu May 22 09:45:54 CEST 2014
Call for Papers
First workshop Quality of Models and Models of Quality QMMQ
In conjunction with the
33rd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (ER2014)
To be held in
Atlanta, GA U.S.A. from 27-30 October 2014
Extended deadline 30 May 2014
We are pleased to announce that the deadline for submitting your
contribution to the 1st workshop Quality of Models and Models of Quality
QMMQ has been extended to May 30.
Quality assurance has been and still is a very challenging issue within
the Information Systems (IS) and Conceptual Modeling (CM) disciplines.
This ongoing research encompasses theoretical aspects including quality
definition and quality models, and practical/empirical aspects such as
the development of methods, approaches and tools for quality measurement
and improvement. Research can be general and conceptual in nature or
focused on specific application domains, such as web application
quality, data warehouse quality, requirements model quality, model
transformations quality, etc.
Although research contributions are highly diverse and relevant, they
are not adopted by practitioners as useful solutions to reach better
Nowadays, with the development of web technologies and the growth of
collected and exploited data volumes (or to exploit), IS and CM
communities are faced to new challenges. They have to envision new
perspectives to the problem of evaluating quality in IS.
The QMMQ workshop intends to provide a space for fruitful exchanges
involving both researchers and practitioners having a variety of
interests such as: data quality, information quality, system quality as
well as models, methods, processes and tools for managing quality. The
aim of the workshop is twofold: firstly, to provide an opportunity for
researchers and industry developers working on various aspects of
information systems quality to exchange research ideas and results and
discuss them; secondly, to promote research on information systems and
conceptual model quality to the broader conceptual modeling research
community attending ER 2014.
Data and information in general need to be of high quality to be
valuable. However, this quality, to be ensured, requires reliable IS
that can only be designed with a precise ontological commitment.
Moreover, research on quality needs more contributions based on
experimentation to provide empirical evidences of successful IS design.
Empirical Software Engineering techniques and protocols should be
followed in the CM modeling to provide reliable and useful results to
assess IS quality.
*Topics of interest*
- Quality constructs, models and ontologies
- Quality measures and instruments
- Experiments for validating quality models, measures and instruments
- Methodological issues of research on IS quality
- Method and tool support for improving and monitoring quality
- Quality of requirements engineering artifacts and processes
- Quality of models and meta-models
- Quality of ontologies and reference models
- Data quality
- Big data quality
- Quality modeling languages
- Ontological analysis of conceptual modeling grammars
- Cost/benefit analysis of quality assurance processes
- Quality assurance practices : case studies and experiences
- Experiments and case studies on quality evaluation.
Paper submission 02 May 2014
*Extended paper submission 30 May 2014*
Author notification 02 June 2014
Camera-ready paper submission 02 July 2014
Workshop dates 27 October - 30 October 2014
Authors guidelines : http://qmmq2014.cnam.fr/?content=guidelines
Samira SI-SAID – CHERFI (CNAM, France)
Oscar PASTOR (Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain)
Charlotte HUG (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France), Publicity
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