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SAM 2012 : 7th Systems Analysis And Modeling Workshop


Conference Series : System Analysis and Modeling
When Oct 1, 2012 - Oct 2, 2012
Where Innsbruck, Austria
Submission Deadline Aug 10, 2012
Notification Due Aug 31, 2012
Final Version Due Sep 21, 2012
Categories    system design languages   language development   model-driven development   tool support

Call For Papers

The Systems Analysis and Modeling (SAM) workshop 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 System Design Languages (SDL): that is, the ITU Specification and Description Language (incl. Message Sequence Charts) and related languages such as UML, ASN.1, TTCN-3, and URN.

The SAM workshop 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, TTCN-3, URN) are also used for other applications. The 2012 MODELS conference week is a unique opportunity to attend both of these events with overlapping domains of interest.


The 2012 edition of the workshop will cover the following non-exclusive list of topics:
bullet Language development
bullet domain-specific languages and language extensions
bullet standardization of language profiles
bullet evolution of language standards
bullet modular language design
bullet semantics
bullet evaluation of languages
bullet real-time
bullet performance

Model-driven development
bullet systems engineering, including embedded systems and Internet of Things
bullet analysis and simulation of models
bullet product lines and reuse approaches
bullet systematic testing
bullet model transformations
bullet Application of SDL (Specification and Description Language, Message Sequence Charts, UML, SysML, ASN.1, TTCN-3, URN …)
bullet industrial usage reports
bullet standardization activities
bullet experiences from education(
bullet domain-specific applicability (e.g., in automotive, aerospace, telecommunication)
bullet Tool support

Important dates

10. August 2012 SAM2012 Paper Deadline
22. August 2012 SAM2012 Review deadline
31. August 2012 SAM2012 Author notification
21. September 2012 SAM 2012 Final version before workshop
1-2. October 2012 SAM2012 venue
1. December 2012 SAM2012 Camera-ready for Springer LNCS


Submission will be done electronically with the EDAS system.
Paper size is limited to 16 pages LNCS style.


It has been agreed with Springer to continue our series of SAM proceedings as post-event proceedings in the LNCS series.
For the workshop the preliminary papers will be made available electronically, but no paper copies will be printed.

Organizing committee

Øystein Haugen, SINTEF, Program Chair
Reinhard Gotzhein, TU Kaiserslautern
Rick Reed, SDL Forum Society Chairman

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