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CFP: EuroPLop'08 Focus Group on Complex Event and Rule Patterns

From: Adrian Paschke <adrian.paschke@biotec.tu-dresden.de>
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2008 10:02:52 +0100
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Dear Colleagues,

 

We would like to invite you to submit a paper to the special Focus Group on
"Domain-specific Complex Event and Rule Patterns" at the 13th European
Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP’08). EuroPLoP is the
premier European conference on patterns. The CEP Pattern Focus Group is a
unique event to exchange knowledge and discuss about best practices in
Complex Event Processing and learn from other pattern experts in various
fields. EuroPLoP 2008 will be held July 9-13, 2008 in the Irsee Monastery,
Germany.

 

If you plan to submit a paper and/or participate in the Focus Group please
send an eMail to: (Subject: "EuroPLoP CEP Pattern Focus Group") 

 

adrian.paschke@biotec.tu-dresden.de

 

by February, 8th, 2008, latest. We need this information for our internal
planning and the organization of the focus group.

 

It is not mandatory to submit a paper to come to the EuroPLoP CEP Pattern
Focus Group.

Please also let us know if you have any further suggestions regarding this
first-of-its-kind event.

 

Thank you very much,

 

Adrian Paschke

 

 

 

 

[ our apologies should you receive this message more than one time ]

 

                          Call for Papers 

 

              EuroPLoP 2008 Focus Group

   

      Domain-specific Complex Event and Rule Patterns

 

   http://www.biotec.tu-dresden.de/~adrianp/europlop08_cep

 

 

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                       to be part of the 

 

13th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP’08)

                        July 9-13, 2008

           Irsee Monastery, Bavaria, Germany

 

            http://www.hillside.net/europlop/

 

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Complex Event Processing (CEP) and business rules are two emerging trends
leading to a fundamental change in IT service/application development and
use. The advantage of rule and CEP patterns is their predefined, reusable,
and dynamically customizable nature allowing the designer to reuse existing
experience for building new rule-based applications and CEP-based solutions.

 

 

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                 SUBMISSION CATEGORIES

          EuroPLoP CEP/Rule Pattern Focus Group 

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- Pattern papers

Short papers (5 to 10 pages) containing one or more patterns or longer
pattern languages (about 15 to 20 pages).

 

- Proven practices papers

Papers about the craft of writing CEP / rule software or patterns, papers 

about the concept of CEP/rule patterns and proven practices or case studies
of patterns in action.

 

 

Submitted papers to the CEP/Rule Pattern Focus Group are part 

of the EuroPLoP 2008 conference and will be the basis for the discussion 

and working groups in the Focus Group. 

The main track of EuroPLoP will be organized as a series of writers'

workshops where authors work together to improve their papers.

Before pattern or other papers are accepted for a writers' workshop,

they are shepherded (non-anonymously). This means that an

experienced author will discuss your submission with you, so that

you can refine your paper prior to the conference. All submissions

will be peer-reviewed.

 

The EuroPLoP proceedings are published in book form after the

conference.

 

Papers discussed at writer's workshop at this conference qualify for

submission to the new journal "Transactions on Pattern Languages of

Programming" published by Springer. See http://hillside.net/tplop/ and

http://www.springer.com/home/computer/lncs?SGWID=5-164-2-470309-0Final

for details of this journal.

 

 

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                     SCHEDULE

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February, 8, 2008: Abstract submission deadline 

(send abstract to adrian.paschke@biotec.tu-dresden.de, subject:"EuropLoP CEP
Pattern Focus Group"

February 18, 2008: Paper Submission Deadline

To submit your paper to EuroPLoP, please visit the submission page at

http://hillside.net/europlop/submission. Please also indicate that this
paper is intended for the CEP Focus Group and send a note about your
submission to adrian.paschke@biotec.tu-dresden.de, subject:"EuroPLoP CEP
Pattern Focus Group"

March 10, 2008:    Start of shepherding

April 18, 2008:    Review Version Due

May 12, 2008:      Paper Acceptance notification

May 26, 2008:      Closing date for Early Registration

June 20, 2008:     End of shepherding and conference version due

July 9-13, 2008:   Conference / Focus Group

December 2008:     Final Publication Version Due

 

 

If you plan to submit to EuroPLoP’08 CEP Pattern Focus Group and/or
participate in the Focus Group please send an eMail / abstract to: (Subject:
"EuroPLoP CEP Pattern Focus Group") 

 

adrian.paschke@biotec.tu-dresden.de

 

by February, 8th, 2008 latest. We need this information for our internal
planning and organization of the focus group.

 

 

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           CEP PATTERN FOCUS GROUP ORGANIZERS

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Adrian Paschke, Technical University Dresden

adrian.paschke@biotec.tu-dresden.de

 

Rainer von Ammon, Centrum für Informations-Technologie-Transfer (CITT) GmbH

rainer.ammon@citt-online.com

 

 

 

For more information, please visit the CEP Focus Group site 

http://www.biotec.tu-dresden.de/~adrianp/europlop08_cep

and the EuroPLop website at 

http://hillside.net/europlop

 

Note: It is not mandatory to submit a paper to come to the EuroPLoP CEP
Pattern Focus Group. You could also come for the focus group and join one of
the pattern workshops without a paper of your own. 

 

 

 
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