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Subject:

3rd ACM Workshop AUPC'09 with ICPS'09 - Submission Deadline 28th February, 2009

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                           2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

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3rd ACM International Workshop on Agent-Oriented Software Engineering  
Challenges for Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing (AUPC'09)

Co-located with

ACM International Conference on Pervasive Services (ICPS'09)

July 13-17, 2009, Imperial College, London, UK

http://acet.rdg.ac.uk/~mab/tmp/ICPS/

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Important Dates
---------------
Papers should be submitted electronically:

- Abstract submission: 28th February, 2009
- Full paper submission : 6th March, 2009
- Notification of acceptance: 30th March, 2009
- Final Manuscript due: 10th April, 2009

Accepted papers will be included in the ICPS proceedings and will be  
available on ACM Digital Library

Aims and Scope
---------------

Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing (UPC) are recent paradigms with a  
goal to provide computing and communication services anytime and  
everywhere. In Ubiquitous Computing (UC), the objective is to provide  
any mobile device an access to available services in an existing  
network all the time and everywhere. Pervasive Computing (PC) often  
considered the same as ubiquitous computing in the literature, is a  
related concept that can be distinguished from
ubiquitous computing in terms of environment conditions. The main  
objective in PC is to provide spontaneous services created on the fly  
by mobiles that interact by ad hoc connections. Therefore, the aim of  
the UPC paradigms is to move forward computational services from  
conventional mode based on users/computer interactions into a new mode  
based on users/environment
interactions. The goal of this interaction mode is to make  
computational services so ubiquitous/pervasive throughout an  
environment in order to become transparent to the human user. To  
develop ubiquitous and pervasive services and applications, new  
engineering methodologies and paradigms have been arising in
recent years in the areas of software engineering, Agent-based  
Systems, and Mobile Computing.

This workshop aims to provide a forum in which to focus on  
Agent-Oriented Software Engineering methods, concepts, models,  
languages and tools that enable the design and development of  
practical applications in the context of ubiquitous and pervasive  
computing (UPC). It aims to bring together researchers,
students and professionals from Software Engineering area, Agent-based  
Systems area and Mobile Computing area to reach a better understanding  
of the relationships between them and promote their research efforts.

List of topics
--------------
The topics of interest for AUPC'2009 workshop include but are not limited to:

- Agent-Oriented Software Engineering support for UPC
- Mobile agent approaches for service discovery and composition
- Coordination and interaction models for software agents
- Mobile collaboration systems for UPC
- Service-oriented agent-based architectures, protocols and deployment  
environments
- Methodologies and techniques for agent-based web service discovery  
and composition systems
- Service discovery and composition approaches
- Ontology-based approaches for service composition
- AI planning-based approaches
- Workflow-based approaches
- Learning-based approaches
- Adaptive services to client paradigm
- Spontaneous and ad hoc service emergence paradigm
- User and context self-awareness
- Bio-inspired middleware for UPC
- Self-organization of agent-oriented Systems
- Software agents security and privacy issues for UPC

Paper Submission
-----------------
Authors are invited to submit original manuscripts, which should be  
written in English and with a
very precise and concise presentation of no more than 6 pages in ACM  
double-column format.
Authors are invited to send their manuscripts as an attachment (PDF or  
PS format) by email to the
workshop chairs at [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask]

For more information and submission guidelines, please visit:

http://hpcl.gwu.edu/~bakhouya/ACM-ICPS09Workshop/aupc09.htm

With best regards,

---AUPC'09 Chairs

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