le groupe "Transformations de programmes et de modèles" du GDR GPL et l'action "Ingénierie des modèles" a organisé une réunion commune pour faire le point sur les enjeux et les verrous en transformations de modèles. Un compte-rendu de ces journées est disponible.
Compte-rendu de la journée "Transformation de programmes et de modèles"
La société CS participe activement aux RMLL à travers les ateliers suivants:
=> Procédures stockées en PL/PostgreSQL
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Les RMLL (http://2008.rmll.info/), Rencontres Mondiales du Logiciel Libre sont l'occasion pour tous les publics de se rencontrer autour des logiciels libres. Pendant 5 jours, des conférences et des ateliers sont ouverts à tous. Cet évènement est organisé chaque année et pour la 9ème édition, c'est la ville de Mont de Marsan qui accueillera la manifestation du 1er au 5 juillet 2008 ...
Scaling up and Paradigm Shifts : Are software & systems engineering ready for speciation?
Large dimensions, high complexity, self-management, and ubiquity characterize today’s computer systems. It is expected that these features will be emphasized and prevail in systems to come, whether they relate to civilian, governmental or business applications. They call for entirely new approaches for designing, implementing, validating, maintaining, and exploiting software intensive systems.
With regard to the enterprise computing space, an evolution much sought for is driven by the need to bring business and IT together, i.e. to shift control of processes from IT professionals to business experts in order to scaling up business process management to support process of higher complexity.
Concerning software engineering a new approach, Model-Driven Engineering, upon which it is based, no longer considers the source code as a central element of software, it is rather considered as an element derived from model units. More generally, the source code becomes an element derived from the fusion or interweaving of model units. This approach becomes more and more important in the context of software and hardware architectures driven by standards such as MDA (Model-Driven Architecture) proposed by the standards authority OMG, Microsoft's Software Factories or IBM's proposal of EMF (Eclipse Modeling Software) tools.
Co-organized by TELECOM ParisTech, CS, and the “Génie Logiciel” quarterly, the 21st edition of the ICSSEA Conference (International Conference on Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications) will be held in Paris on December 9-11, 2008.
Aims at providing a critical survey of the current status of tools, methods, and processes for elaborating software & systems, in gathering actors from the enterprise and research worlds. However, lectures and discussions will be conducted with the evolution of software & system engineering as a leitmotiv.
As for previous editions, any topic concerning software engineering & systems engineering is eligible. However, the following topics will be particularly appreciated:
Architectures: composition, orchestration, semantically-enabled SOA, ontology-based technologies...
Components & reusability
Contract-oriented software development
Distributed computing: service-oriented computing, grid services, Web services, mobile applications...
Evolution (adaptability, maintainability, variability...): issues relating to model-driven software engineering, service-oriented software development, aspect-oriented software development and not limited to evolution of source code but also address other software artifacts: databases, database schemas, design models, software architectures, process management
Management of non-functional properties: analysis & design, representation, modeling, monitoring, composition, configurability, relationship with architecture, resolution of conflicts, aspect orientation, metrics for non-functional properties, semantic issues...
Open source issues: architectures for seamless integration/composition, quality assurance,
Process engineering with different notations as UML, DoDAF, SysML … and the MDA, MDE approaches
Quality control & assurance: quality assessment, testing, V&V...
Quantitative evaluations: architecture, availability, performance, quality, reliability, safety...
Software platforms specific of application domains
Systems engineering and Systems of Systems
Web engineering: design, composition, control flow, user interface migration, discovery and selection of services, ontology engineering...
All types of systems are eligible: adaptive, autonomous, context-aware, distributed, embedded, grid computing, mobile, real-time, service-oriented, ubiquitous, Web-based...
All end-user domains and economic areas are eligible: information systems, process management, automotive, avionics, banking, defense, energy, health care, insurance, telecommunications, transportation....
Papers submitted, original and unpublished, may concern industrial implementations or experiments, describe significant results from ongoing projects as well as research results susceptible of industrial applications, deal with socioeconomic issues associated with software & systems engineering, or propose tool demonstrations and posters. They should clearly describe the nature of the work presented, explain its contribution, highlight its novel features, and state precisely its current status.
INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS
Submission and selection of proposed interventions will be conducted as follows:
=> Submit, before June 30, 2008,
- for industrial implementations and experiments, a text of at least 1000 words (about 5,000 characters, figures excluded), in English, including the title of the paper, an abstract of about 200 words, and the address, phone and fax numbers as well as the email address of the authors. If already available, a complete text (about 20,000 characters) would be welcome.
- for applied research results, a text not exceeding 20,000 characters (figures included), in English, including the title of the paper, a 200-500 word summary, and the address, phone and fax numbers as well as the email address of the authors.
- for tools demonstrations and posters presentations, a text not exceeding 2 pages
=>Full papers or extended abstracts will be reviewed by at least three independent reviewers and selected by the International Program Committee.
=> Authors of accepted papers or extended papers will be notified as from September 1, 2008 and will receive the recommendations made by the International Program Committee.
=> Authors of accepted abstracts or full papers should provide, before October 1, 2008, a text not exceeding 20,000 characters, figures included, in the form of a file, in Word format, attached to an electronic message. Final texts will be submitted, for final checking, to the International Program Committee before publication in the Conference Proceedings available during the event.
=> At least one author is required to register and attend the conference to present the paper
Adresse de soumission : email@example.com
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Please remember the following important dates :
- Submission deadline
=> July 1st, 2008
- All Notification of acceptance
=> July 15th, 2008
- Final copy for proceedings
=> July 25th, 2008
- Workshop date
=> October 27th, 2008
Ten papers (8 pages) will be selected in the ISSE proceedings (special edition in september),you will find all informations in the workshop website that will be soon referenced by the ICFEM Conference.
TOOLS EUROPE 2008, 46th International Conference: Objects, Models, Components, Patterns. Co-located with "International Conference on Model Transformation 2008"
1st International Workshop on Model Based Architecting and Construction of Embedded Systems (ACES-MB 2008. Organized and funded by ARTIST Network of Excellence in Embedded Systems Design. In conjunction with MODELS 2008.
Theme: “Systems Engineering for the Planet”
The symposium theme “Systems Engineering for the Planet”, addressing the expanding scope of Systems Engineering application and responsibility. Examples of this expanding scope are Safety & Security, Disaster control, Resource efficiency, Infrastructure, Transportation systems, Climate impact, Water Management, Education & Government, Sustainable developments... you name it.
OpenEmbeDD is THE open source platform for Model Driven Engineering.
The OpenEmbeDD project intends to produce, collect and package open source MDE software for Real Time & Embedded (RT&E) systems...
L'édition 2008 de l'École Systèmes de systèmes se déroulera à Paris du 22 au 23 avril 2008. Vous pouvez vous inscrire sur le site de l'École SdS
A noter deux papiers très intéressants sur l'Ingénierie de systèmes publiés par Génie Logiciel. Le langage de modélisation de systèmes, SysML par Y.Pollet et Modélisation SysML par l'exemple par P.Leblanc. A lire sans modération !!!
Les journées NEPTUNE'2008 se sont déroulées comme prévu les 8 et 9 avril à TélécomParisTech (ancien ENST), elles ont eu un franc succès. La première journée était suivie par environ 65 personnes, la deuxième par 50 (environ 90 inscrits au total). A noter les très belles prestations de Frank Barbier: Introduction aux technologies IDM, Bertrand Meyer: Développement en continu avec composants, objets et contrats et de Michel Lacroix: MDE in the European Commission IST and ICT funded projects. Les sujets issus des tables rondes et qui vont alimenter l'approche MDE dans un avenir proche sont: l'interopérabilité: comment faire communiquer des systèmes conçus initialement de manière autonome et MD SOA: Le MDE versus services !!, à suivre ... Les transparents sont disponibles sur le site NEPTUNE. Les actes seront publiés par la revue Génie logiciel numéro 85 du mois de juin.