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CBSE 2006


For those people doing component-oriented work, consider submitting a paper to the Component-Based Software Engineering (CBSE) 2006 Symposium. I am part of the program committee, see the details attached.

-> richard

Title: Call For Papers

Call for Papers

 

The 9th International Symposium on Component-Based Software

Engineering (CBSE 2006)

 

Future Directions for CBSE

 

Mälardalen University, Västerås near Stockholm, Sweden

June 29th -1st July 2006

 

http://www.sei.cmu.edu/pacc/CBSE2006

Important Dates

January 31st, 2006 

Technical papers due

March 3rd, 2006

Notification of acceptance

April 28th, 2006

Camera ready papers due

 

Goals and Scope

Component-based Software Engineering (CBSE) is concerned with the development of software intensive systems from reusable parts (components), the development of reusable parts, and system maintenance and improvement by means of component replacement and customization. The CBSE symposium has a track record of bringing together researchers and practitioners from a variety of disciplines to promote a better understanding of CBSE from a diversity of perspectives, and to engage in active discussion and debate.

 

CBSE 2006 is open to all participants interested in CBSE and related areas. The symposium addresses participants from both universities and industry.

 

Call for Papers

The use of software components is well-established in diverse application domains, including embedded systems, enterprise servers and distributed applications. While the theoretical underpinnings of component specification, composition, analysis and verification remain open research issues, the engineering contexts for component development are evolving. Contemporary developments such as service-oriented architectures and web services, model-driven development and grid technologies are creating new opportunities and challenges for component-based software engineering.

 

CBSE 2006 welcomes contributions that explore how the nature of component-based software engineering is being influenced by developments in the field of software technology. In addition to presentations of accepted papers, the symposium will incorporate working sessions based around these issues. The sessions will examine how component-based development [to do]. Each working group will be given an opportunity to present its finding in a plenary session.

 

 

Paper Submissions: CBSE 2006 invites two categories of submissions. Long papers (12-16 pages, LNCS style) describe technical contributions to CBSE in depth. This includes both research papers and experience reports. Short papers (6-8 pages, LNCS style) concisely describe ongoing work, new ideas, experiences, etc.

 

Topics of interest include:

·        Generation and adaptation of component-based systems;

·        Components and model-driven development

·        Specification, verification, testing and checking of component systems;

·        Compositional reasoning techniques for component models;

·        Measurement and prediction models for component assemblies;

·        Patterns and frameworks for component-based systems;

·        Extra-functional system properties of components and component-based systems;

·        Static and execution-based measurement of system properties;

·        Assurance and certification of components and component-based systems;

·        Components for service-oriented architectures, web services and grid systems

·        Development environment and tools for building component-based systems;

·        Components for real-time, secure, safety critical and/or embedded systems;

·        Case studies and experience reports.

All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least three program committee members (four for papers with an author on the program committee). Papers must not have been previously published or concurrently submitted elsewhere. Any duplicate submissions will be rejected without review. We are currently negotiating to have the proceeding published in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.

 

http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html

 

Details on using the electronic paper submission system and formatting instructions will appear on the CBSE web site by January 1st 2006.

 

As always, the symposium seeks reports on innovative contributions to the science and technology of CBSE. Papers describing practical experience with CBSE in high-assurance or performance-critical systems are of particular interest. Other area of interest can be found on the Web at:

 

http://www.sei.cmu.edu/pacc/CBSE2006/

 

The symposium is scheduled the week before ECOOP 2006 (http://www.emn.fr/x-info/ecoop2006/), making it convenient for delegates to attend both events.

 

For more information, contact:

 

Program Chair:

Ian Gorton, National ICT Australia

E-mail: ian.gorton@xxxxxxxxxxxx

 

Organization Chair

Ivica Crnkovic, Mälardalen University, Sweden

E-mail: ivica.crnkovic@xxxxxx

 

Steering Committee

George Heineman        Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

Heinz Schmidt             Monash University, Australia

Judith Stafford             Tufts University, USA

Clemens Szyperski      Microsoft, USA

Kurt Wallnau               Software Engineering Institute, USA

Program Committee

 

Uwe Assmann

Dresden University of Technology, Germany

Mike Barnett 

Microsoft Research, USA

Judith Bishop

University of Pretoria, South Africa

Jan Bosch

University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Michel Chaudron

University Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Shiping Chen

CSIRO, Australia

Susan Eisenbach

Imperial College University, UK

Dimitra Giannakopoulou

RIACS/NASA Ames, USA

Lars Grunske

University of Queensland, Austtralia

Richard Hall

LSR-IMAG, France

Dick Hamlet

Portland State University, USA

George Heineman

Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

Tom Henzinger

EPFL, Switzerland and UC Berkeley, USA

Paola Inverardi

University of L'Aquila, Italy

Bengt Jonsson

Uppsala University, Sweden

Magnus Larsson

ABB, Sweden

Kung-Kiu Lau

University of Manchester, UK

Nenad Medvidovic

University of Southern California, USA

Rob van Ommering

Philips, The Netherlands

Otto Preiss

ABB Switzerland

Ralf Reussner

University of Oldenburg, Germany

Douglas Schmidt

Vanderbilt University, USA

Jean-Guy Schneider

Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

Dave Wile

Teknowledge, Corp., USA

Wolfgang Weck

 

Independent Software Architect

 

 



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