CFP-Update OMER-2 (Deadline: March 1st)



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Andy Schuerr (schuerr@informatik.unibw-muenchen.de)
Tue, 13 Feb 2001 14:41:55 +0100


Sorry if some of you receive multiple copies of this message. Andy Schürr -------------------------------------------------------------------------- This mail is just an update for the Call for position papers for the Workshop on Object-Oriented Modeling of Embedded Realtime Software (OMER-2, cf. http://ist.unibw-muenchen.de/GROOM/OMER-2/) 10 - 12 May 2001 in Herrsching am Ammersee (nearby Munich) Deadlines: * March 1st: position papers for regular workshop * April 8th: abstracts for Master Thesis workshop The workshop OMER-2 addresses all aspects of the development and application of object-oriented methods (languages, tools, processes) for the design and implementation of embedded RT systems. Its main purpose is to serve as a platform for academics and industry as well as for tool (method) developers and users to exchange their experiences in this field and to discuss new trends. A further intention is to clarify a research agenda for the OO development of embedded RT software, allowing academics to focus their efforts and practitioners to reflect their daily business. OMER-2 is planned to be an "informal" workshop with a limited number of participants, invited talks of distinguished experts, short presentations of accepted submissions, a modeling contest, and ample time for discussions and working subgroups on different topics. The following special events are planned: * Invited talk of Bruce Douglass about Realtime UML * OO Real-Time Modeling Contest Award * Master Thesis Students Workshop (NEW) For further details please visit the workshop pages: http://ist.unibw-muenchen.de/GROOM/OMER-2/ Publication of accepted submissions: * conference proceedings with accepted position papers (as technical report of University Bw, Munich) * postconference proceedings with invited full papers (in GI-Edition "Lecture Notes in Informatics") -- Prof. Dr. Andy Schuerr Institute for Software Technology, Department of Computer Science University of the German Federal Armed Forces, Munich 85577 Neubiberg, Germany Tel.: +49 89/6004-2220 (-2263/-3352) Fax: +49 89/6004-4447 Email: Andy.Schuerr@unibw-muenchen.de WWW: http://ist.unibw-muenchen.de/schuerr/


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