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ICSSEA 2007 - Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications

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Jean-Claude RAULT <[log in to unmask]>

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

ICSSEA 2007 20th International Conference

Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications
SYSTEMS INTEGRATION & INTEROPERABILITY

December 4-6, 2007 - CNAM, Paris, France

SPONSORS: CNAM/CMSL, Génie Logiciel, SEE (Société de l’Électricité, de 
l’Électronique et des Technologies de l’Information et de la 
Communication), SIA (Société des Ingénieurs de l’Automobile)

www.icssea.org

In the face of increasing integration of technical, social and 
informational environments, it is no longer possible to bind information 
systems or computer applications to the sole context of a particular group 
of users or organization. In the context of more and more integrated 
business processes, involving increasing numbers of companies of different 
sectors as a virtual enterprise, a real cooperation between computer 
systems is strongly required. Correlatively to the emergence of Internet 
and mobile communications, the trend is now to offer to the citizen more 
powerful, sophisticated context-aware, and ubiquitous services, requiring a 
reliable ad hoc orchestration of multiple and heterogeneous information 
sources and systems.

In the past, industry and software vendors were coping with the "plumbing" 
aspects of interoperability, i.e. ensuring that the bits could reliably 
flow from a computer to another. Now that connectivity to diverse sources 
has eased with standard protocols, the emphasis is shifting to semantic 
interoperability, i.e., to the ability to achieve meaningfully exchange of 
information among independently developed systems, including the 
“understanding” of the information's format, meaning, and information 
quality. Information interoperability continues to be a major challenge for 
industries that have now to cope with continuous change, mergers, splits, 
as well as technology evolution. Ontology and knowledge-based approaches 
are constantly proposed as a basis for solutions to such a challenge, but 
new approaches facilitating an “a posteriori” interoperability of already 
existing systems are also strongly required.

Beyond information interoperability, cooperation between systems should be 
possible, i.e. different systems should be able to provide each other with 
context-aware services, enabling the emergence of a set of higher level 
services. In this context, the emerging idea of systems of systems puts the 
emphasis on the need for new system engineering methods taking cooperation 
into account.

The classical approach of software and system design, based on the paradigm 
of well-known and fixed environment and user community should evolve 
towards new methods taking into account the ability to interoperation. New 
approaches such as collaborative systems, agent-based systems or ambient 
information environments have to be developed.

With regard to the above trend, software and systems processes, methods, 
architecture models, and tools ineluctably require novel approaches adapted 
to interoperability. Assuredly, this concerns system global life cycle, 
particularly requirements engineering, designing as well as testing and 
validating software & systems.

Co-organized by SEE and the Center for Mastering Systems & Software (CMSL) 
of CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers), the 20th edition of 
the ICSSEA Conference (International Conference on Software & Systems 
Engineering and their Applications) will be held in Paris on December 4-6, 
2007. It 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 service and system interoperability 
as a leitmotiv.

________________________________________________________
SESSIONS

Tuesday, December 4
Session 1: Inaugural Lectures
Session 2: Systems Engineering
Session 3: Products & Prototypes

Wednesday, December  5
Session 4: Architectures
Session 5: Requirements Engineering
Session 6: Platforms
Session 7: Business Process Engineering
Session 8: Refactoring & Reengineering

Thursday, December  6
Session 9: Integration & Interoperability
Session 10: Computer-Supported Collaborative Work
Session 11: Project Management
Session 12: V&V and Certification
Session 13: Model-Driven Engineering
Session 14: Knowledge Engineering
Session 15: Quality Engineering
Session 16: Closing

TUTORIALS
Tutorial 1: Testing and Test Control Notation (TTCN-3)
Tutorial 2: Groupware & CSCW requirements specification for acceptance testing
Tutorial 3: Systems of Systems’ Quality Assurance

ASSOCIATED EVENT
STV 07: Systems Testing and Validation

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