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ACES 2010 : 3rd International Workshop on Model Based Architecting and Construction of Embedded Systems


When Oct 3, 2010 - Oct 5, 2010
Where Oslo, Norway
Submission Deadline Jul 15, 2010
Notification Due Aug 24, 2010
Categories    embedded systems   real-time   architecture   verification

Call For Papers

In conjunction with MoDELS 2010, Oslo, Norway--


The objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in model-based engineeringto explore the frontiers of architecting and construction of embedded systems. We are seeking contributions relating to this
subject at different levels, from modelling languages and semantics to concrete applicationexperiments, from model analysis techniques to model-based implementation and deployment. Given the criticality of the application domain, we particularly focus on model-based approaches yielding efficient and provably correct designs. Concerning models and languages, we welcome contributions presenting novel modelling approaches as well as contributions evaluating existing ones. We target in particular:

− Architecture description languages (ADLs). Architecture models are crucial elements in system and software development, as they capture the earliest decisions which have a huge impact on the realisation of the(non-functional) requirements, the remaining development of the system or software, and its deployment.

We are particularly interested in examining:
􀂃 Position of ADLs in an MBE approach;
􀂃 Relations between architecture models and other types of models used during requirement engineering
(e.g., SysML, EAST-ADL, AADL), design (e.g., UML), etc.;
􀂃 Techniques for deriving architecture models from requirements, and deriving high-level design models from architecture models;
􀂃 Verification and early validation using architecture models.
− Domain specific design and implementation languages. To achieve the high confidence levels required for critical embedded systems through analytical methods, in practice languages with particularly well-behaved semantics are often used, such as synchronous languages and models (Lustre/SCADE, Signal/Polychrony, Esterel), super-synchronous models (TTA, Giotto), scheduling-friendly models (HRT-UML, Ada Ravenscar), or the like. We are interested in examining the model-oriented counterparts of such languages, together with the related analysis and development methods.
− Languages for capturing non-functional constraints (MARTE, AADL, OMEGA, etc.)
− Component languages and system description languages (SysML, MARTE, EAST-ADL, AADL, BIP, FRACTAL, Ptolemy, etc.).

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