SAM: System Analysis and Modeling

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Event When Where Deadline
SAM 2016 SAM 2016 - 9th System Analysis and Modelling Conference (SAM 2016)
Oct 3, 2016 - Oct 4, 2016 Saint-Malo France Jun 26, 2016 (Jun 19, 2016)
SAM 2014 8th System Analysis and Modelling Conference (SAM'14)
Sep 29, 2014 - Sep 30, 2014 Valencia, Spain Jun 2, 2014 (May 26, 2014)
SAM 2012 7th Systems Analysis And Modeling Workshop
Oct 1, 2012 - Oct 2, 2012 Innsbruck, Austria Aug 10, 2012
SAM 2010 6th WORKSHOP ON SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND MODELLING
Oct 4, 2010 - Oct 5, 2010 Oslo Aug 9, 2010
 
 

Present CFP : 2016

CALL FOR PAPERS

SAM 2016 - 9th System Analysis and Modelling Conference (SAM 2016)

http://sdl-forum.org/Events/SAM2016/index.htm

October 3-4, Saint Malo, France

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission of Abstracts: Sunday, June 19th 2016
Submission of Papers: Sunday, June 26th 2016
Notification: Wednesday July 27th 2016
Camera Ready: Friday, August 5th 2016
SAM 2016: Oct. 3rd – Oct 4th 2016

=== GENERAL THEME =====================================================

The System Analysis and Modeling (SAM) conference provides an open
arena for participants from academia and industry to present and
discuss the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and concerns
in modeling, specification and analysis of distributed, communication
and real-time systems using ITU-T’s Specification and Description
Language (SDL) and Message Sequence Charts (MSC), as well as related
system design languages (including but not limited to UML, ASN.1,
TTCN, SysML and User Requirements Notation (URN)).

As in previous editions, SAM 2016 will be co-located with the MODELS
2016. The SAM conference originates from the use of languages and
techniques for telecommunications applications, whereas MODELS has a
background in the application of UML. However, UML is also used for
telecommunications, and the languages standardized by ITU-T (ASN.1,
SDL-2010, MSC, TTCN-3, URN) are also used for other applications. The
MODELS 2016 conference week is a unique opportunity to attend both of
these events with overlapping domains of interest.

=== SCOPE AND TOPICS ==================================================

The 2016 edition of the conference is under the theme of
Technology-specific aspects of Models. This theme includes
domain-specific aspects of models and peculiarities of using models
for different technologies, including, but not limited to the
Internet of Things (IoT), automotive software, cloud applications,
and embedded software. Moreover, we encourage people to consider
publishing information about the usage of models for different
purposes and the combination with different software engineering
technologies, including, but not limited to software testing,
requirements engineering, and automated code generation.
In addition to our theme, we also invite contributions from a broader
range of topics from the following non-exhaustive list:

Models and quality:
models quality assurance
quality of models and model artefacts
design of reusable models artefacts
reuse of model artefacts
characteristics of model quality
Language development:
domain-specific languages and language extensions
standardization of language profiles
evolution of language standards
modular language design
semantics; evaluation of languages
languages for real-time systems
performance and other non-functional properties
Model-driven development:
systems engineering
analysis and transformation of models
verification and validation of models
simulation
systematic testing based on and applied to models
tool support
Applications
using Specification and Description Languages, e.g,
Message Sequence Charts, UML, SysML, ASN.1, TTCN-3,
User Requirements Notation, and related languages
industrial usage reports
experiences from education
domain-specific applicability, e.g.,
automotive, aerospace, telecommunication, process
automation and healthcare
methodologies for applications

Application reports should focus on what is effective (and
ineffective) in applying a technique preferably backed up by some
measurements. A report should not just describe an implementation,
though new application areas are of interest.

=== SUBMISSION AND PUBLICATIONS =======================================

All accepted papers will be published in the well-known Springer
Lecture Notes on Computer Science. Submissions must be previously
unpublished, written in English, and use the LNCS style as described
in the LNCS Author and Editor Guidelines. Authors are strongly
encouraged to use the LaTeX version of the template. Papers accepted
or under review for other events are ineligible for submission to SAM
2016. Submissions in the following categories are solicited:
Full papers describing original, unpublished results
(max. 16 pages in LNCS style)
Short papers describing work in progress
(max. 8 pages in LNCS style)

All page limits are including illustrations, bibliography and
appendices. Failure to use the LNCS style and comply to the page
limit will lead to a desk-reject of the submission.
The SAM 2016 Program Committee will evaluate the technical
contributions of each submission as well as its accessibility to the
audience. Papers will be judged based on significance, originality,

=== ORGANIZATION ======================================================

Program Co-Chairs
Jens Grabowski, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany
Steffen Herbold, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany

Programme Committee
Shaukat Ali Simula, Research Laboratory, Norway
Daniel Amyot, University of Ottawa, Canada
Rolv Braek, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Reinhard Brocks, HTW des Saarlandes, Germany
Dennis Christmann, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Pau Fonseca I Casas, Universitat politècnia de Catalunya, Spain
Stein Erik Ellevseth, ABB Corporate Research, Norway
Emmanuel Gaudin, PragmaDev, France
Abdelouahed Gherbi, Ecole de Technology Supérieure, Université du
Quebec, Canada
Reinhard Gotzhein, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Jameleddine Hassine, KFUPM, Saudi Arabia
Oystein Haugen, SINTEF, Norway
Loic Helouet, INRIA, France
Peter Herrmann, NTNU Trondheim, Norway
Ferhat Khendek, Concordia University, Canada
Gabor Kovacs, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Alexander Kraas, Fraunhofer Institute for Communication Systems (ESK),
Germany
Finn Kristoffersen, Cinderella ApS, Denmark
Anna Medve, University of Pannonia, Hungary
Birger Møller-Pedersen, University of Oslo, Norway
Gunter Mussbacher, McGill University, Canada
Ileana Ober, IRIT - University of Toulouse, France
Iulian Ober, University of Toulouse, IRIT, France
Dorina Petriu, Carleton University, Canada
Andrej Pietschker, Giesecke & Devrient, Germany
Andreas Prinz, University of Agder, Norway
Rick Reed, TSE, UK
Axel Rennoch, Fraunhofer FOKUS Berlin, Germany
Manuel Rodríguez, University of Valladolid, Spain
Ina Schieferdecker, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Edel Sherratt, University of Wales Aberystwyth, UK
Maria Toeroe, Ericsson, Canada
Andreas Ulrich, Siemens AG, Germany
Hans Vangheluwe, University of Antwerp, Belgium and McGill University,
Canada
Thomas Weigert, Uniquesoft LLC, USA
to be completed
 

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