Call for Participation - Models@Runtime



Call for Participation - Models@Runtime

From: Cédric Jeanneret <jeanneret_at_ifi.uzh.ch>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2008 20:23:58 +0200
Message-ID: <48D7E2BE.1090303@ifi.uzh.ch>
----- Call for Participation -----

Models@run.time workshop

on Tuesday 30th September 2008,
affiliated with MoDELS 2008, Toulouse, France 
(http://www.irit.fr/models/index.html)

http://www.comp.lancs.ac.uk/computing/users/bencomo/MRT

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Introduction

The goal of this workshop is to look at issues related to developing 
appropriate model-driven approaches to monitoring and managing the 
execution of systems. This is the first workshop to address this theme 
and its treatment requires the bringing together of a variety of 
communities including researchers working on model-driven software 
development, software architectures, reflection (including for example 
architectural reflection), and autonomic and self healing systems.

Discussions in the workshop will address questions such as: What should 
a runtime model look like? How can the models be maintained at runtime?
What are the best approaches to follow when developing runtime models?

The workshop aims to:

- Integrate and combine research ideas from the areas cited above.
- Provide a "state-of-the-research" assessment expressed in terms of 
research issues, challenges, and accomplishments. This assessment can be 
used to guide research in the area.
- Continue to build a network of researchers in this area, building on 
the initial event help last year.
- Plan and promote further events on these topics.

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The program is available on the workshop web page. The workshop will be 
structured into presentation and work (discussion) sessions. A panel 
session will close the workshop.

Long Papers

- Embedding State Machine Models in Object-Oriented Source Code, Michael 
Striewe, Moritz Balz and Michael Goedicke
- Mutual Dynamic Adaptation of Models and Service Enactment in ALIVE, 
Athanasios Staikopoulos, Sebastien Saudrais, Siobhan Clarke, Julian 
Padget, Owen Cliffe and Marina De Vos
- Model-Based Traces, Shahar Maoz
- Modeling and Validating Dynamic Adaptation, Franck Fleurey, Vegard 
Dehlen, Nelly Bencomo, Brice Morin, Jean-Marc Jézéquel
- Runtime Models for Self-Adaptation in the Ambient Assisted Living 
Domain, Daniel Schneider and Martin Becker
- FAME---A Polyglot Library for Metamodeling at Runtime, Adrian Kuhn and 
Toon Verwaest

Short papers

- A Runtime Model for Monitoring Software Adaptations and its 
Concretisation as a Service, Audrey Occello, Anne-Marie Dery-Pinna and 
Michel Riveill
- CML Operational Semantics, Yingbo Wang, Peter J. Clarke, Yali Wu, 
Andrew Allen and Yi Deng
- A Framework for bridging the gap between design and runtime debugging 
of component-based applications, Guillaume Waignier, Prawee Sriplakich, 
Anne-Francoise Le Meur and Laurence Duchien.
- A Model-Driven Approach for Developing Self-Adaptive Pervasive 
Systems, Carlos Cetina, Pau Giner, Joan Fons and Vicente Pelechano.
- An Execution Platform for Extensible Runtime Models, Mario Sanchez, 
Ivan Barrero, Jorge Villalobos and Dirk Deridder
- Model-driven Management of Complex Systems, Brian Pickering, Sylvain 
Robert, Stephane Menoret and Erhan Mengusoglu

Demo

- K@RT: An Aspect-Oriented and Model-Oriented Framework for Dynamic 
Software Product Lines, Brice Morin, Olivier Barais and Jean-Marc Jézéquel


Cédric Jeanneret
Department of Informatics, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Received on Mon 22 Sep 2008 - 19:24:44 BST