Re: WITUML Workshop on Integration and Transformation of UML models



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Ana Moreira (amm@di.fct.unl.pt)
Fri, 1 Feb 2002 15:57:03 -0000


joao, muito rapidamente, passa um speller no CFP, antes de continuares a enviar. H pelo menos um erro em "PROCEDINGS" jinhos Ana ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joo Arajo" <ja@di.fct.unl.pt> To: <puml-list@cs.york.ac.uk> Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 3:42 PM Subject: CFP: WITUML Workshop on Integration and Transformation of UML models > **************************************************************************** > ********** > > Call for Papers > > ECOOP 2002 > > WITUML: Workshop on Integration and > > Transformation of UML models > > Mlaga, Spain, June 11th, 2002 > > http://ctp.di.fct.unl.pt/~ja/wituml02.htm > > **************************************************************************** > *********** > > Although UML is now a standard modelling language in widespread use in > industry, its role in software engineering is still unclear in many > respects. This workshop will attempt to define UML in terms of its > relationship both to itself and to other languages/artefacts. Whilst this is > clearly related to the question of what is the semantics of UML, the > workshop will take a more pragmatic view and focus on transformations and > integrations of UML models. Transformations are one of the key underlying > technologies in Computer Science, and yet, to date, have not been exploited > fully within the context of UML. Well-defined transformations both within > and outside UML would facilitate advances in UML design methodologies, > validation and verification, code generation and model maintenance. > Transformations address UML relationships in terms of how they can be > translated into each other. The question can also be answered in terms of > how UML models can be combined or integrated - for example, how can OCL and > sequence diagrams be used together? The workshop will concentrate on both > transformation-based and integration-based approaches. > > The aim of this workshop is to identify the most promising roles for model > transformation and integration in UML and to identify which transformations > and integration approaches are crucial for industry and why. Participation > is encouraged both from practitioners who could help identify current > modelling gaps that could be filled by transformations and integrations, and > from researchers who could suggest transformations, integrations and > frameworks for implementing them. > > This is the second workshop on this theme. The first, WTUML01, was held as a > satellite event to ETAPS2001. See http://ase.arc.nasa.gov/wtuml01 > > PARTICIPATION > > Participants are asked to write a short position paper (5 pages or less) on > some aspect of transformations/integration of UML models. A non-exhaustive > list of topics includes: > > - transformation and integration between UML notations; > > - transformations to other notations (e.g., formal languages, other > modelling languages, code); rigorous processes for transformation and > integration; > > - formal and informal transformations; > > - rigorous processes for transformation and integration; > > - experience in industry using transformation and integration in UML; > > - identification of specific transformations needed in industry; > > - semantic issues related to UML model transformation and integration; > > - types of transformations (e.g. refinements, enhancements, refactoring); > > - transformations for development, validation, verification; > > - frameworks for implementing transformations; > > - tool support for transformations and integration; > > - integration between the aspect-oriented paradigm and UML. > > Submissions should be sent to ja@di.fct.unl.pt and should be in either Word, > PDF, Postscript or HTML. > > WORKSHOP FORMAT > > The workshop will be split between presentations and discussion groups. The > organizing committee will review and select the most relevant papers to be > presented at the workshop to spark discussion. Afterwards, focussed > discussions will take place that aim to answer key questions that will be > identified from the workshop submissions and circulated to the participants > prior to the workshop. This is a one-day workshop. > > PROCEDINGS > > The accepted position papers will be published online at the website of the > workshop. In addition, the results of the workshop will be summarised in a > workshop report to be published in the ECOOP Workshop Reader in Lecture > Notes in Computer Science. > > IMPORTANT DATES > > Deadline for sending position papers: 8th April, 2002 > > Notification of acceptance: 29th April, 2002 > > Workshop: 11th June 2002 > > LOCATION > > The workshop will take place in Mlaga (Spain). Information about the > workshop location and registration can be found on the web page of ECOOP > 2002 (http://www.ecoop2002.lcc.uma.es/) > > INVITED SPEAKER > > To be announced. > > ORGANIZING COMMITTEE > > Joo Arajo: Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Caparica, Portugal, > ja@di.fct.unl.pt > > Jon Whittle: NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field. CA 94035 , > jonathw@ptolemy.arc.nasa.gov > > Ambrosio Toval: Universidad de Murcia, Murcia, Spain, atoval@dif.um.es > > Robert France: Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523 , > france@cs.colostate.edu > > > > > > > To remove yourself from this list please mail puml-list-request@cs.york.ac.uk > with a message containing the word "unsubscribe".


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