Submission Guidelines: 2nd RTAS Workshop on Model-Driven Embedded Systems
(MoDES '04)

Integrating Models, Architectures, Patterns, Frameworks, and Analysis of Embedded Systems

Tuesday May 25, 2004
at RTAS 2004 Toronto, Canada, May 25-28, 2004

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Submission Guidelines

Participants should submit an extended abstract of 2-6 pages in length in PDF, Postscript, or MS Word format that
  • makes a position statement,
  • describes current research problems and/or results, or
  • reports practical experience
to the workshop co-chairs at <david.sharp@boeing.com>, <cdgill@cse.wustl.edu> and <wmilam@ford.com> by April 16, 2004. Submitted abstracts will be reviewed for acceptance by the program committee. All accepted workshop abstracts will be available at the workshop website prior to the workshop date to give all participants the opportunity to read them before the workshop and to encourage discussion during the workshop. Final workshop results will be posted following the conference, and CDs containing the accepted abstracts will be made available to all registered workshop participants.

Each submission should clearly identify whether it addresses:

  1. MoDES challenges in industrial practice, or
  2. Recent research advances in MoDES

Topics of interest for this workshop include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Empirical profiling and modeling of system properties
  • Standardization efforts such as MDA and QoS-CCM
  • Frameworks and tools for composition of multiple QoS properties
  • Analysis, modeling and generation tools
  • Applications of control theory to adaptive QoS management
  • Techniques for representation and analysis of system properties
  • Open research issues for model-driven composition of embedded systems
  • Application scenarios and use cases for model-driven embedded systems
  • Industry experience with modeling, analysis and control
  • Architecture description languages and tools
  • Model-based checking and certification of embedded systems
  • Performance/efficiency of model-driven embedded systems
  • Experiences implementing embedded systems with stringent QoS requirements
  • Domain-specific requirements
  • Integrating components, tools, and techniques from multiple sources

Important Dates

Paper submissionDeadline extended to Friday, April 23, 2004
Acceptance notificationMonday, April 26, 2004
Final papers dueMonday, May 10, 2004

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