DE@CAiSE09 - Call for Participation



DE@CAiSE09 - Call for Participation

From: Arnon Sturm <sturm_at_bgu.ac.il>
Date: Sun, 10 May 2009 12:45:42 +0300
Message-Id: <20090510094828.184D1146C1C@smtp1.bgu.ac.il>
 
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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION to  <mailto:DE@CAiSE09> DE@CAiSE09 In Conjunction
with CAiSE 2009
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The First International Workshop on Domain Engineering in conjunction with
CAiSE 2009 ( <mailto:DE@CAiSE09> DE@CAiSE09)
June 9th 2009, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
 
The program is available at the workshop Web Site
<http://www.bgu.ac.il/~sturm/DE@CAiSE09/>
http://www.bgu.ac.il/~sturm/DE@CAiSE09/
 
On line registration procedure is available at
<http://caise09.thenetworkinstitute.eu/registration.php>
http://caise09.thenetworkinstitute.eu/registration.php
 
The early registration fee is available until May 17th
 
Iris Reinhartz-Berger, University of Haifa, Israel -
<mailto:iris@mis.haifa.ac.il> iris@mis.haifa.ac.il 
Arnon Sturm, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel -
<mailto:sturm@bgu.ac.il> sturm@bgu.ac.il 
Yair Wand, University of British Columbia, Canada -
<mailto:yair.wand@ubc.ca> yair.wand@ubc.ca 
Workshop Co-Chairs 
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Domain Engineering is an engineering discipline concerned with building
reusable assets, 
such as specification sets, patterns, and components, in specific domains. 
A domain in this context can be defined as an area of knowledge that uses
common concepts 
for describing phenomena, requirements, problems, capabilities, and
solutions. 
The purpose of domain engineering is to identify, model, construct, catalog,
and disseminate
artifacts that represent the commonalities and differences within a domain. 
Although being applicable to different engineering disciplines, domain
engineering methods 
and domain specific languages (DSL) receive nowadays special attention from
the information 
systems and software engineering researchers and practitioners who deal with
artifact reuse,
application validation, and domain knowledge representation. 
In particular, these topics are of interest in the areas of software product
line engineering 
and ontology engineering. One of the reasons for this interest is the
increasing variability 
of information and software systems and the need to obtain and share
expertise in different, 
evolving domains. 
 
Domain engineering as a discipline has practical significance as it can
provide methods and 
techniques that may help reduce time-to-market, product cost, and projects
risks on one hand,
and help improve product quality and performance on a consistent basis on
the other hand. 
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together researchers and
practitioners in the area 
of domain engineering in order to identify possible points of synergy,
common problems and 
solutions, and visions for the future of the area. 
 
 
 
You are kindly invited to visit the workshop Web Site at
http://www.bgu.ac.il/~sturm/DE@CAiSE09/.
 
 
 
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