HICSS 40 Minitrack: Tools for Model Driven Development
The HICSS 40 program is now available. The schedule for this minitrack is on page 28. (5th, Jan. Friday afternoon)
Since 1968 the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)
has become a respected forum for the substantive interchange of ideas in all
areas of information systems and technology.
will be held January 3-6, 2007 at
Hilton Waikoloa Village
Big Island, Hawaii.
Tools for Model Driven Development is a minitrack at HICSS 40. HICSS proceedings are published and distributed by the IEEE Computer Society. All HICSS papers are included in the Computer Society's Digital Library and indexed by the Computer Society and the IEEE.
Abstract Submission: any time
Paper Submission: June 15, 2006 (email Chair for requesting extension)
Notification of Acceptance: August 15, 2006
Camera-ready : September 15, 2006
Call for Papers (CFP in PDF and TEXT)
Model Driven Development (MDD) is gaining significant momentum in both the software industry and the software engineering academic community. The rapidly increasing maturity of various MDA/UML tools for MDD and Microsoft's introduction of the software factory initiative and the Domain Specific Language (DSL) support state-of-the-art engineering practices. Concurrently, leading academic research is exploring new MDD approaches such as aspect modeling, domain specific modeling, graph/model transformation, visual modeling and generative programming.
This minitrack will bring together leading academic researchers and MDD tool builders. It will provide a forum for discussion on the state-of-the-art and innovations in MDD technologies. The minitrack will explore the capabilities of existing MDD tools, and describe successful usage of MDD in industry. By understanding the capabilities and limitations of the state-of-the-art, the minitrack will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas on how MDD tools can incorporate new features from the research community to produce the next-generation of MDD technologies.
The topics of the mini track will include but not limited to:
Tools for requirements modeling and traceability in MDD
Approaches for variability modeling and software product lines
Tools for modeling software architectures, components and services
Case studies and experience reports describing the advantages and disadvantages of MDD
Domain specific modeling in vertical domains (business specific domains)
Best modeling practices for cross-cutting concerns, meta-models, and model integration
Model transformation, code generation and model configuration technologies
Model verification and validation
Standardization issues in MDD
MDD in the software development lifecycle
Comparisons of different MDD approaches (e.g. MDA, DSL)
MDD best practices
Authors may contact the minitrack co-chairs for expression of interests and content appropriateness at any time. All papers must contain original material, not previously published or submitted for publication.
Formatting guidelines and submission instructions are now available. Abstract submission can use the same submission system. Papers must be no longer than 10 pages. All papers will be peer-reviewed by invited reviewers.
If you plan to apply for an extension, you must register an account in the submission system before 15th of June.
Liming Zhu (corresponding
Phone: +61 2 83745523 Fax: +61 2 83745520
Empirical Software Engineering, National ICT Australia, Bay 15, Locomotive Workshop, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh NSW 1430, Sydney, Australia