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IEEE RTSOAA 2011 : The Fourth IEEE International Workshop on Real-Time Service-Oriented Architecture and Applications

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Link: http://link.eecs.uci.edu/conferences/rtsoaa2011/
 
When Dec 12, 2011 - Dec 14, 2011
Where Irvine, CA
Submission Deadline Sep 30, 2011
Notification Due Oct 16, 2011
Final Version Due Oct 30, 2011
Categories    real-time systems   service-oriented architectures   cloud-computing   scalable systems
 

Call For Papers

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CALL FOR PAPERS - RTSOAA 2011
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The Fourth IEEE International Workshop on
Real-Time Service-Oriented Architecture and Applications (RTSOAA 2011)
http://link.eecs.uci.edu/conferences/rtsoaa2011/

In conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on
Service-Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA 2011)
http://link.eecs.uci.edu/conferences/soca2011/

and other related workshops: KSEM 2011, SOSE 2011, KASTLES 2011.
December 12th--14th 2011, University of California, Irvine, CA.


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Theme of the Workshop: Real-Time Cloud Computing and Virtualization
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Constantly changing information and an ever-increasing number of
interacting end-users make responsiveness and timeliness guarantees
critical requirements of modern service-oriented systems and
commercial applications. Real-time service-oriented architectures and
applications (RTSOAA) evolve the traditional service-oriented
computing to satisfy this demand. As these services get increasingly
deployed in virtual environments offered by Cloud providers, it is
necessary to introduce new mechanisms to ensure that both the
timeliness requirements and goals of the application and middleware
layers are respected at the underlying platform.

Key needed skills and experiences not only include those ones that can
be found in the service-oriented computing systems community, but also
the ones usually belonging to the domain of design, modeling, analysis
and development of real-time systems, which are crucial for dealing
with Quality of Service and timeliness guarantees. This workshop is
intended to provide an effective forum for researchers and industry
practitioners to exchange research outcomes, issues, ideas,
experiences, and lessons learned from the related academic and
industrial research fields.

The theme of RTSOAA 2011 is Real-Time Cloud Computing and
Virtualization. The impact of the Cloud as a platform for responsive-
and timeliness constrained service-oriented applications is to be
analyzed. Relevant research topics include:

(1) scientific and engineering approaches to meet timing constraints
in virtualized infrastructures (IaaS) and platforms (PaaS), and
optimally select cloud-enabled services satisfying those constraints;

(2) technical and managerial issues of real-time cloud computing
services: modeling, infrastructure composition, coordination, planning
and scheduling, choreography, deployment, configuration,
collaboration, monitoring and control, and governance;

(3) real-time cloud computing platforms and infrastructures for
supporting specific application domains such as Healthcare, Green Data
Centers, Large-Scale Analytics, Smart Cities, Workload Optimization
Systems.


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Scope of the Workshop
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Research on real-time service-oriented architectures and applications
(RTSOAA) covers multiple heterogeneous and complementary subjects such
as: real-time systems, service-oriented architectures, performance
modeling, analysis and tuning of virtualized service-based systems,
software engineering, decision technology, etc. RTSOAA 2011 welcomes
the submission of papers from researchers and practitioners in the
subjects related but not limited to:

1. Real-Time Cloud Computing
* Real-time cloud computing infrastructures & platforms
* Software Engineering issues for real-time cloud services
* Issues and challenges in engineering virtualized
service-oriented cloud computing applications with real-time
and performance requirements
* Business-driven and model-driven real-time cloud computing
* Automated service replication and elasticity techniques for
guaranteeing quality of real-time cloud services
* Case studies and best practices of using real-time cloud
computing
* Service-oriented approaches to engineering novel Operating
Systems and middleware for resources publishing, discovery
and management in many-core computing platforms pioneering
the future and emerging platforms for real-time cloud computing
* Data and event stream processing in cloud environments,
large-scale continuous data processing using cloud infrastructure
* Dynamic workload management in real-time cloud architectures

2. Real-Time Cyber-Physical & Smart Living Services
* Leverage SOA technologies to support real-time cyber-physical
services
* RTSOA models for large-scale networked cyber-physical systems
* Real-time discovery and composition of cyber-physical services
* Semantic technologies to support real-time cyber-physical services
* Quality-of-services provisioning for cyber physical systems
and smart living spaces
* Safety, robustness and availability issues and approaches in
RTSOA based cyber-physical systems and smart living spaces
* Real time cyber-physical applications deployed based on RTSOA
technologies
* RTSOA technologies for developing smart Living Spaces such as
intelligent building and smart cities

3. Domain-Specific Real-Time Service-Oriented Applications
* Real-time service-oriented modeling to support healthcare
* Monitoring and managing real-time service-based healthcare
systems
* IT-enabled resource management (data center, supply chain etc.)
* RTSOAA for intelligent transportation systems, power management,
water and waste management, and carbon emission management
* Real-time service-oriented infrastructures for factory automation
* Real-time service-oriented infrastructures and modeling for
smart cities & intelligent buildings

4. Enabling Technologies for RTSOAA
* Event driven architecture for RTSOAA
* Database modeling & management for RTSOAA
* Policy driven management for RTSOAA
* Middleware, Operating System & Infrastructure level support
for RTSOAA
* Scalability issues in resource management for massively parallel
and distributed systems
* Programming paradigms, application/OS/middlware interactions
* Real-time mining, simulation & optimization
* Service governance, ensuring quality of service, service level
monitoring

5. Management of Real-Time Services in Virtualized Environments
* Provisioning of real-time services
* Managing real-time services in virtualized environments
* Resource management for real-time services
* Service level monitoring and service governance in virtualized
environments
* Case studies for real-time services in virtualized environments


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Workshop Organizers
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GENERAL CO-CHAIRS

Kwei-Jay Lin
University of California, Irvine, USA
klin@uci.edu

Jie Xu
University of Leeds, UK
jxu@comp.leeds.ac.uk


PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

Tommaso Cucinotta
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy
cucinotta@sssup.it

Josef Schiefer
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
js@ifs.tuwien.ac.at

Luis Garces-Erice
IBM Research Zurich Lab, Switzerland
lga@zurich.ibm.com


STEERING COMMITTEE

Jun-Jang (JJ) Jeng
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA
jjjeng@us.ibm.com

I-Ling Yen
University of Texas at Dallas, USA
ilyen@utdallas.edu

Wei-Tek Tsai
Arizona State University, USA
wtsai@asu.edu

Kinji Mori
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
mori@cs.titech.ac.jp


PUBLICITY CHAIR

Jicheng Fu
University of Central Oklahoma, USA
jfu@uco.edu

Wei Hao
Northern Kentucky University, USA
haow1@nku.edu


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Paper Submission Information
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RTSOAA welcomes the submission of full papers, short papers and
position papers containing new, unpublished original research results.
Full papers should present mainly accomplished results in the research
areas identified above, along with a technical comparison with related
work in the literature. They should have a length between 6 and 8
pages (see below for formatting instructions). Short papers usually
focus on preliminary results, ideas and designs on narrowly-focused
research or experimental studies. They should have a length between 4
and 6 pages. Depending on the reviewers recommendations, a full paper
might be accepted as short paper only. In such a case, its length must
be reduced to no more than 6 pages for the final proceedings.

Finally, position papers should highlight what is (planned to be) the
authors position or ideas for dealing with a specific challenging
problem. Position papers are limited to 2 pages and will not appear in
the official proceedings. However, their submission is highly
encouraged in order to trigger fruitful discussions that may be useful
for planning and driving future research directions.

Each accepted paper must be presented in person by an author. Note
that, in order to have the paper published in the proceedings, at
least one of the authors of each accepted full or short paper must
register by paying the full registration fee as a participant to the
workshop.

The best papers from the proceedings will be invited for submission to
the special issue of a prestigious journal that will be organized
specifically around the RTSOAA themes.


FORMATTING INSTRUCTIONS

The format of submitted papers should follow the guidelines for the
IEEE conference proceedings. Manuscripts will be limited to 8 pages
for full papers, 6 pages for short papers and 2 pages for position
papers. Page counting includes all figures, tables, and references.
The format of submitted papers must follow the IEEE conference
proceedings guidelines (i.e., 8.5" x 11", Two-Column Format (see
ftp://pubftp.computer.org/press/outgoing/proceedings/). All papers
will be carefully reviewed by at least three reviewers. All accepted
full and short papers will be published in the electronic conference
proceedings by the IEEE Computer Society, indexed through INSPEC and
EI Index (Elsevier's Engineering Information Index), and automatically
included in the IEEE Digital Library.

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