[ecoop-info] CFP GEMOC at models2015: on The Globalization of Modeling Languages
julien.deantoni at inria.fr
Wed Jun 17 17:42:54 CEST 2015
highlights: GEMOC at models2015 submission deadline is in one month from now.
Bran Selic is our Keynote speaker on September, 28th, 2015
Call for Papers / Models
3rd International Workshop on
The Globalization of Modeling Languages
September 28, 2015, Ottawa, Canada
co-located with MODELS 2015
This 2015 edition of the GEMOC workshop will follow the
successful previous two editions: GEMOC at MODELS 2013 in Miami, FL,
USA, and GEMOC at MODELS 2014 in Valencia, Spain.
This new edition will complete the state of the art and practice
initiated the previous years.
This edition will also investigate the language interfaces required in
the context of the globalization of modeling languages, and the possible
relationships with the viewpoint engineering.
It will also strengthen the community that broadens the current DSML
research focus beyond the development of independent DSMLs to a research
focus that provides support for globalized DSMLs.
GEMOC 2015 is supported by the GEMOC initiative, which promotes research
seeking to develop the necessary breakthroughs in software languages to
support global software engineering,
i.e., breakthroughs that lead to effective technologies supporting
different forms of language integration, including language
collaboration, interoperability and composability.
The topics of interest for GEMOC 2015 include:
* Composability and interoperability of heterogeneous modeling languages
* Language integration challenges, from requirement to design, for
analysis and simulation, during runtime, etc.
* Model and metamodel composition
* Language interface, viewpoint
* Heterogeneous modeling and simulation
* Language-based socio-technical coordination
Submissions describing practical and industrial experience related to
the use of heterogeneous modeling languages are also encouraged,
particularly in the following application domains:
* Cyber-Physical Systems, System of Systems
* Internet of Services, Internet of Things
* Complex Adaptive Systems
* Smart City, Smart Building, Home automation
Types of Contributions:
As contributions, we expect descriptions of case studies on the
coordinated use of multiple modeling languages, and/or descriptions of
practical experience, opinions and related approaches.
Authors are invited to submit short papers describing (i) their
language integration experience, or (ii) novel approaches for
integrating modeling languages.
Authors may provide archived full versions of models
used to illustrate their novel approach or experience on the Repository
for Model-Driven Development (ReMoDD).
This will allow participants to share their models with each other and
the wider modeling community before and after the workshop.
Each contribution must not exceed 6 pages in the LNCS format and
must be submitted electronically in pdf format via Easychair.
The accepted papers will be published by CEUR in the workshop
proceedings, which is indexed by DBLP. Moreover, the models will be
published on ReMoDD.
Also, participants will be strongly encouraged to participate in
preparing the workshop report.
Abstract submission deadline: July 10, 2015
Paper submission deadline: July 17, 2015
Notification of acceptance: August 21, 2015
Workshop: September 27 – 29, 2015
the gemoc 2015 workshop organizers.
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