[XML-SIG] [CFP:] Workshop on UML 2.0 at FMOODS/DAIS 2003

Jean-Michel BRUEL Jean-Michel.Bruel at univ-pau.fr
Tue Aug 12 17:57:30 EDT 2003

[Apologizes if you receive multiple copies of this call]
Call for Papers

Workshop on the implications of UML2.0

Held as one of the pre-event of FMOODS'2003

Paris, France, November 17, 2003

Topics and goal
The goal of this workshop is to promote a forum of discussions between participants that can report on the expected implications of the newly accepted UML2.0 version and also on the foreseen side-effects it will have on the on existing software development approaches based on UML 1.x. More specifically we welcome papers involving the use of formal methods or those dedicated to particular domains (for example distributed systems).
Since this year the main conference is emphasizing reconfigurability and component-
based design, among other topics, papers that also focus on this area will be particularly welcome for this workshop. 

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit position papers related to UML 2.0. A position should be 5 to 10 pages long and should be written using the LNCS style format (see http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html).  Papers should be submitted to bruel at univ-pau.fr either in postscript or pdf. A programme  committee will review the submissions and select papers that present relevant and interesting ideas. 

The selected papers will be published in the workshop proceedings (a publisher has 
been contacted and the details are under negotiation), and a selection of the best ones
will be submitted (after extension) to a Journal Special Issue (also under negotiation).

If you have any question please feel free to contact Jean-Michel Bruel.

Information concerning the venue, the registration, or on FMOODS'2003 can be found at http://fedconf.enst.fr/.

Important Dates
September 30, 2003: Paper submission deadline
October 24, 2003: Notification of acceptance
October 31, 2003: Camera-ready copy due
November 17, 2003: The workshop

Jean-Michel Bruel (France, contact person)
Sophie Dupuy-Chessa (France)
Ana Moreira (Portugal)

Program Committee (to be completed)
Jean-Michel Bruel (France)
Sophie Dupuy-Chessa (France)
Robert B. France (USA)
Kevin Lano (UK)
Yves Ledru (France)
Ana Moreira (Portugal)
Maria Petrie (USA)
Ileana Ober (France)
Bernard Rumpe (Germany)
Branislav Selic (Canada)
Jon Whittle (USA)
Yingxu Wang (Canada)

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