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AOM@ Models’07
11 th Int’l Workshop on Aspect-Oriented Modeling
W1: September 30, 2007

In conjunction with

ACM/IEEE 10th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems
Models 2007

Nashville TN
September 30th - October 5th

 

Call for Papers

Aspect-orientation is a rapidly advancing technology. New and powerful aspect-oriented programming techniques are presented at many international venues every year. However, it is not clear what features of such techniques are "common aspect-oriented concepts" and what features are rather language-specific specialties. Research in aspect-oriented modeling has the potential to help find such common characteristics from a perspective that is at a more abstract level (i.e., programming language-independent).

The Aspect-Oriented Modeling (AOM) Workshop brings together researchers and practitioners from two communities, aspect-oriented software development (AOSD) and software model engineering. This workshop provides a forum for presenting new ideas and discussing the state of research and practice in modeling various kinds of crosscutting concerns at different levels of abstraction. The goals of the workshop are to identify and discuss the impacts of aspect-oriented technologies on model engineering to provide aspect-oriented software developers with general modeling means to express aspects and their crosscutting relationships onto other software artifacts.

Workshop Topics
We are interested in submissions on all topics related to aspects and model engineering including, but not limited to:

Aspect-Oriented Modeling

  • Defining essential characteristics of a crosscutting concern
    that need to be modeled

  • Verification and validation of aspect-oriented models

  • Composition of aspect-oriented models

  • Modeling of aspects at different stages of software development
    (requirements engineering, sw architecture, design, implementation)

  • Application of AOM to modeling notations that are not tied to UML

Aspect-Oriented UML

  • Identification of UML elements that can be used to model aspects

  • Identification of UML elements that can NOT be used to model aspects

  • Aspect-oriented support in UML 2.0

  • Extensions to UML for supporting AOSD

AOSD Method and Tool Support

  • Aspect-oriented and model-based software development methods

  • Using existing UML tools in AOSD life-cycles

  • New tools and extensions to existing tools to support AOM

Aspect-Oriented Modeling Case Studies

  • Detailed examples that demonstrate how a certain concern can be
    modeled during software development throughout the different
    development stages

Model-Oriented AOP and JPM

  • Join point selection at model levels (model based pointcut
    languages, model-based join point description, weaving based on
    model transformation, etc.)

  • MOF, UML, MDA, etc. as a support to the JPM

  • Model based aspect evolution

  • Model weaving: from abstract to low-level

  • Model engineering tools for supporting aspect-oriented techniques

  • Model based aspect interference and composition management

PAPER SUBMISSION
Prospective participants are invited to submit 8-10 page position papers following the LNCS Format
Guidelines (www.springer.com/comp/lncs/Authors.html) to
http://www.easychair.org/AOM2007/
All submissions will be reviewed by members of the program committee for quality and relevance.
Submissions must be original; simultaneous submissions are not allowed. Submitted papers must
be in PDF format.
We are negotiating with the JOT editors for the opportunity of publishing a special issue on aspectoriented
modeling that should collect the extended version of the best papers accepted to the workshop.
The MODELS conference will also publish the top-two papers of each workshop in a special
post-proceedings volume of Springer-Verlag LNCS.

IMPORTANT DATES
Submission deadline: July 23, 2007
Notification date: August 20, 2007
Camera Ready deadline: September 3, 2007
Workshop date: September 30, 2007

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Omar Aldawud, Lucent Technologies, USA
Walter Cazzola, Univ. of Milano, Italy
Tzilla Elrad, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Jeff Gray, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Jörg Kienzle, McGill University, Canada
Dominik Stein, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Contact: aomwsoc@lists.uni-due.de

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Program Committee
M. Aks¸it Univ. of Twente, NL
O. Aldawud Lucent Technology, USA
A. v. d. Berg Motorola Labs, USA
W. Cazzola Univ. of Milano, I
T. Cottenier Illinois Inst. of Tech., USA
T. Elrad Illinois Inst. of Tech., USA
S. Ghosh Colorado State Univ., USA
J. Gray UAB, USA
S. Hanenberg Univ. of Duisburg-Essen, D
A. Jackson Trinity College, Ireland
J.-M. J´ez´equel IRISA, F
J. Kienzle McGill University, CA
K. Mens Catholic Univ. of Louvain, B
A. Pierantonio Univ. of Aquila, I
A. Rashid Lancaster University, UK
R. Reddy Rochester Inst. of Tech., USA
E. Roubtsova Open University, NL
D. Stein Univ. of Duisburg-Essen, D
B. Tekinerdo˘gan Univ. of Twente, NL
M. V¨olter Consultant for SW Tech., D

 


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