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MULTI 2022 : Call For Papers 9th International Workshop on Multi-Level Modelling at MODELS 2022


When Oct 23, 2022 - Oct 25, 2022
Where Montreal, Canada
Submission Deadline Jul 20, 2022
Notification Due Aug 19, 2022
Final Version Due Aug 26, 2022
Categories    software engineering   conceptual modeling   object-oriented modeling   ontological modeling

Call For Papers

MULTI 2022 --- Call For Papers
The 9th International Workshop on Multi-Level Modelling at MODELS 2022
23-25 October 2022, Montreal, Canada

Submission deadline: 20 July 2022

The yearly MULTI workshop is the premier event for researchers and practitioners working on multilevel modelling and multilevel software development. We invite submissions from researchers and practitioners in the field to discuss the current state of the art and present new research ideas.

Three kinds of papers are solicited: regular papers (10 pages), challenge papers (10 pages), and demo or position papers (5 pages).

Topics for regular and position papers include, but are not limited to:

* the nature of elements in a multi-level hierarchy and how best to represent them,
* the importance and role of deep characterization mechanisms, including potency and its variants,
* the structure and labelling of an MLM framework,
* methods and techniques for discovering clabjects, specializations and classification relationships,
* formal approaches to MLM,
* fundamental aspects of MLM such as composition and decomposition,
* experiences and challenges in providing tool support for MLM,
* experiences and challenges in applying MLM to large and/or real-world problems,
* model management languages (transformation, code generation etc.) in a multi-level setting,
* criteria and approaches for comparing MLM approaches,
* integration of modelling and programming languages in a multi-level setting,
* definition of behavioral semantics in a multilevel setting,
* design patterns addressing when and how to apply
* multi-level metamodelling,
* case studies illustrating the usage of multi-level techniques to overcome difficulties occurring in classic modelling scenarios, and
* multi-level modelling of AI systems (knowledge graphs,ML).

Authors submit their papers as PDF files via Easychair.

Submissions must adhere to the ACM formatting instructions

Challenge papers must be subtitled “A contribution to the MULTI 2022 Collaborative Comparison Challenge”. Accepted papers will be included in the companion proceedings
published by the ACM.

MODELS 2002 has as special topic "Modeling for the social good". We encourage submissions relating to this special topic.

Kind greetings,

Manfred Jeusfeld, Juan de Lara, Gergely Mezei
co-PC chairs

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