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Call for papers - 13th SDL forum, Paris September 2007

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                                   Call for Papers

                                    13th SDL Forum
                            Design for Dependable Systems
                     18th to 21st September, 2007, Paris, France
                             http://www.pragmadev.com/sdl07

Important dates :
   April 2nd, 2007		Paper Submission
   April 30th, 2007		Notifications to Authors
   May 28th, 2007		Final Copy from Authors
   September 18-21, 2007		Conference


The SDL Forum is held every 2 years and is one of the most important events in 
the calendar for anyone involved in System Design Languages and modelling 
technologies. It is the primary conference event where the evolution and use of 
these languages is discussed. The 13th SDL Forum will be held during the third 
week of September 2007. It is hosted at ENST (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des 
Télécommunications) in Paris, locally organized by PragmaDev and sponsored by 
France Telecom.

The SDL Forum Society that runs the Forum is a non-profit organization 
established by language users and tool providers to promote the Specification 
and Description Language and related System Design Languages, to provide and 
disseminate information on the development and use of the languages, to support 
education on the languages and to plan and organize the "SDL Forum" series and 
events to promote the languages.

Objectives: Complexity in IT systems is growing rapidly and quality with 
reliability is ever more a priority. As UML is applied to real systems, the 
inherent ambiguity from allowed “semantic variations” in UML has raised an 
increasing need for profiles based on formal languages such as ITU-T 
Specification and Description Language. The ongoing standardization by the ITU-T 
of a UML profile based on the ITU-T Specification and Description Language 
demonstrates that need, and that is why the SDL2007 conference focuses on 
"Design for Dependable Systems".

The SDL Forum addresses issues related to the modelling and analysis of reactive 
systems, distributed systems and real-time and complex systems such as 
telecommunications, automotive, aerospace and web-based applications. The 
conference programme will include:
  • presentations from invited speakers 	• tutorials
  • presentation of research papers	• presentation of industrial experiences
  • tool demonstrations and posters 	• networking opportunities

The intended audience includes users of modelling techniques in industrial, 
research and standardization contexts, as well as tool vendors and language 
researchers.

The SDL Forum Society is accredited by ITU-T as an organization contributing to 
the System Design Language standards, and the timing of the 13th SDL Forum has 
been chosen to be an opportunity to forward issues to related ITU-T meetings 
scheduled for the following week.

Topics: The aim of the forum is to anticipate and influence the future trends 
and to focus on issues that are important to its expected delegates. Authors are 
therefore invited to submit papers on topics related to System Design Languages 
including but not limited to:
•	Design for Dependable Systems: model translation, exhaustive simulation 
techniques, methodology, new language constructs and semantics, profiling; 
evaluations of languages/notations; time, performance, security, and other 
non-functional aspects.
•	Industrial application reports: Classical application areas such as 
telecommunication; emerging application areas such as automotive, aerospace, 
hardware, Web-centric; new telecommunication contexts; specification, 
implementation, verification and validation of real time and distributed systems.
•	Promoting System Design Languages: Teaching, learning and describing the 
languages; standardization; integration of and relations between standards; 
methodology for the use of the languages.
•	Integration of System Design Languages in theory and in tools: Use of models 
in a formal way; combined use of different System Design Languages; language and 
notation interoperability; integration of supporting tools.
•	Model-driven development: Model-based systems engineering; analysis and 
transformation of models; reuse approaches; verification and validation of 
models; systematic testing based on and applied to models.

Submissions should be previously unpublished, written in English, no longer than 
16 pages (including the illustrations and bibliography) and using the LNCS style 
as described on http://www.springer.com/lncs. Submission will be done in 
electronic form via http://www.pragmadev.com/sdl07. Acceptable file formats for 
initial submission are PDF (preferred) and PostScript (compressed). Subject to 
confirmation by Springer, the proceedings are to be published in the LNCS 
series, as already before SDL2001, SDL2003 and SDL2005.

Organisation	Emmanuel Gaudin	PragmaDev, France
		SDL Forum board

PC Chair	Elie Najm	ENST, France

Programme Committee
Andreas Prinz		Agder University College, Norway
François Michaillat	Alcatel, France
Alain Rossignol		Astrium, France
Birgit Geppert		Avaya Labs Research, USA
Anders Olsen		Cinderella, Denmark
Ferhat Khendek		Concordia University, Canada
Reibert Arbring		Ericsson, Sweden
Patrik Nandorf		Ericsson, Sweden
Dieter Hogrefe		ETSI - MTS, Germany
Pierre Combes		France Telecom, France
Benoit Parreaux		France Telecom, France
Ina Schieferdecker	Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
Bran Selic		IBM Rational, Canada
Loďc Hélouët		INRIA Rennes, France
Laurent Doldi		Isoscope, France
Shashi Kumar		Jönköping University, Sweden
Tae-Hyong Kim		KIT, Korea
Thomas Weigert		Motorola, USA
Amardeo Sarma		NEC, Germany
Ian Oliver		Nokia, Finland
Vesa Luukkala		Nokia, Finland
Rolv Brćk		NTNU, Norway
Philippe Desfray	Objecteering Software, France
Eckhardt Holz		Potsdam University, Germany
Martin von Löwis	Potsdam University, Germany
Eric Brunel		PragmaDev, France
Paul Herber		Sandrila, UK
Peter Graubmann		Siemens, Germany
Richard Sanders		SINTEF, Norway
Jaqueline Floch		SINTEF, Norway
Eldor Rřdseth		SystemSoft, Norway
Philippe Leblanc	Telelogic, France
Anders Ek		Telelogic, Sweden
Rick Reed		TSE, UK
Reinhard Gotzhein	Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany
Daniel Amyot		Université d'Ottawa, Canada
Jens Grabowski		University of Göttingen, Germany
Javier Poncela González	University of Malaga, Spain
Pedro Merino Gómez	University of Malaga, Spain
Birger Mřller-Pedersen	University of Oslo, Norway
Anna Medve		University of Pannonia, Hungary
Manuel Rodríguez Cayetano	University of Valladolid, Spain
Edel Sherratt		University of Wales Aberystwyth, UK
Susanne Graf		Verimag, France

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