[aosd-announce] Call for Papers: Third Workshop on Models and Aspects at ECOOP 07
Groher, Iris (EXT)
iris.groher.ext at siemens.com
Fri Apr 20 06:22:12 EDT 2007
> Call for Papers
> Third Workshop on
> -- Models and Aspects - Handling Crosscutting Concerns in MDSD --
> at the
> 21st European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming,
> July 30 - August 03 2007, Berlin, Germany
> Both, Model-Driven Software Development (MDSD) and Aspect-Oriented
> Software Development (AOSD)
> are considered important new paradigms in modern software engineering.
> While the two approaches are
> different in many ways - MDSD adds domain-specific abstractions,
> while AOSD is currently primarily
> seen as an implementation technique - they also have many things in
> common - for example they both
> have a query phase followed by a construction phase. But more
> importantly, we think that it is useful
> to use both techniques in combination. Two examples for combining MDSD
> with AOSD could be
> aspect-oriented modeling combined with code generation, or the
> generation of pointcuts for AO languages
> from a domain model.
> Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
> - modeling crosscutting concerns
> - modeling architectural viewpoints
> - aspect models
> - model transformation
> - aspect weaving in models
> - transformation and composition models
> This workshop aims at exploring new approaches of using Model-Driven
> and Aspect-Oriented Software Development
> together. We will invite researchers and practitioners to present
> their approaches and discuss the relevance
> for practical software development.
> Workshop preparation
> Every interested person is invited to apply for attendance by sending
> a position paper of approximately 1-2
> pages or a full paper of not more than 6 pages to the organizers.
> Submissions will be reviewed by the
> organizers. The authors will be notified about acceptance before the
> early registration deadline.
> Planned workshop activities
> The workshop is laid out as full day workshop.
> Instead of presenting the papers, each participant will be expected to
> review everyone else's paper before
> the workshop and complete the following two sentences for each:
> - What I really liked about this paper is ...
> - The most important question I would like to ask the author is ...
> These answers are written down on index cards and will be collected
> before the workshop. During the workshop,
> we will spend the morning with questions and answers to gain deeper
> insight into the problem described in the
> paper. Before each paper session, the author will be permitted a 5
> minute slot to briefly present his paper/work.
> The workshop format in the afternoon will utilize the "Open Space"
> format in order to discuss topics of interest that
> are directly, or indirectly related to the papers presented in the
> Important Dates
> Position Papers Due: May 13th 2007
> Notification of Acceptance: June 15th 2007
> Workshop: July 30th
> Attendance to the workshop is limited to facilitate lively discussions
> and the exchange of ideas. Interested
> parties are invited to submit a position paper (max. 2 pages) or a
> full paper (max. 6 pages) in PDF, ASCII,
> HTML or MS Word format by email to, Iris.Groher at students.jku.at.
> Christa Schwanninger,
> Siemens AG, Germany, christa.schwanninger at siemens.com
> Markus Voelter,
> Independent Consultant, Germany, voelter at acm.org
> Iris Groher,
> PhD student, Germany, Iris.Groher at students.jku.at
> Andrew Jackson,
> PhD student, Ireland, anjackso at cs.tcd.ie
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