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CFP: EMOBS07 - Engineering Mobile-Based Software Systems and Applications

From: jerry gao <gaojerryg@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2007 11:40:02 -0800 (PST)
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org, jerrygao@email.sjsu.edu
Message-ID: <996301.28371.qm@web51109.mail.yahoo.com>
                                         Call for Papers 
                           The First IEEE International Workshop on
             Engineering Mobile-Based Software and Applications (EMOBS07)
                in cooperation with 31th Annual International Computer Software 
              and Applications Conference (COMPSAC2007)

                                  Beijing, China, July 24-27, 2OO7
               URL: http://conferences.computer.org/compsac/2007/EMOBS07
  Full paper and short paper due: Feb. 23, 2007
  Theme of the workshop:
  The wide deployment of wireless networks and mobile technologies 
and significant increase of the number of mobile device users 
have created a very strong demand on various wireless-based 
mobile-based software application systems and enabling 
technologies. This provides many new business opportunities 
and challenges to wireless and networking service providers, 
mobile technology vendors, content providers and solution 
integrators. Living in a wireless world changes and enhances 
people’s life in many areas, such as mobile communications, 
wireless information sharing and learning, m-commerce, home 
environment, and entertainment. Today, business organizations 
and government agencies face with new pressure for technology 
update in network infrastructures and enterprise solutions to 
support wireless connectivity and mobility. To meet the increasing 
demand on various reliable wireless-based software application 
systems, business people are looking for innovative ideas to 
create diverse mobile-commerce applications and service systems, 
and engineers are looking for cost-effective engineering methods 
and efficient solutions to build high-quality wireless-based 
software and application systems. Therefore, today studying 
and solving technical issues in engineering wireless-based 
software and application systems is becoming a hot research 
subject for academic researchers and the industry community. 
The major theme of this workshop is engineering high-quality 
mobile-based application systems to support mobile users 
anywhere at anytime.
  Goals of the workshop:
  The International Workshop on Engineering Mobile-Based Systems 
and Applications (EMOBS07) is the forum to bring together 
researchers, scientists, software architects, and industry 
professionals for discussing innovative ideas and engineering 
solutions to construct high-quality wireless-based software 
systems and applications. Using this forum, researchers and 
industrial professionals can exchange issues, challenges, and 
new ideas and solutions. 

  Authors are invited to submit original and research papers 
addressing engineering issues, challenges, solutions, and 
technologies in building wireless-based software systems and 
applications. All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the 
members of the international program committee. 
Accepted paper will be included in the COMPSAC 2007 workshop 
proceedings (EI-Index) published by IEEE Computer Society Press.
  Scope of the workshop:
  Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following: 
  Engineering topics:
- System requirements engineering issues and methods for mobile-based system requirements analysis
- Wireless-based system infrastructures, architectures, and service-oriented architectures
- Design modeling, design patterns, and design issues and solutions in wireless-based systems
- Mobile data transaction models, retrieval solutions, and caching and migration techniques
- Analysis, design, and testing for system mobility, interoperability, performance, scalability ad reliability
- Wireless system and application security, and mobile user privacy
- Mobile client design for mobile user experience, personalization, customization, and interoperation  
- Testing methods, test models, coverage criteria, and tools
- Performance validation techniques and metrics, evaluation models 
and processes, measurement tools and environments
  Enable technology and solution topics:
* Mobile database technologies and mobile data transaction services
* Semantic web for Mobile Commerce
* Location detection and discovery mid-ware and technologies
* Wireless multimedia technologies, platforms, and solutions for wireless applications
* Mobile platforms for client applications on mobile devices (J2ME, Symbian, etc.)
* Middleware and agent technologies for mobile commerce and wireless service systems
* Mobile service frameworks, mobile agent technologies and solutions
  Applications, services, and experience topics:

  * Ubiquitous and pervasive computing systems
* Novel m-commerce applications and services
* Mobile portals and mobile search engines
* Enterprise-based mobile applications and systems
* Wireless advertising applications, services, and systems
* Location and context-aware mobile commerce applications and services
* Service platforms for mobile commerce (mobile web enterprise)
* RFID enabled application systems
* 2D Barcode based mobile application systems
* Mobile payment protocols, service systems, and platforms
* Case-study, lesson learned and experience reporting
  Important Date:
Feb. 23, 2007: Full paper and short paper due
Mar. 30, 2007: Decision notification (electronic)
Apr. 30, 2007: Camera-ready copy and author registration due
  Original papers not being submitted to journals or other conferences 
will be considered. All submitted papers will be evaluated according 
to its originality, significance, correctness, presentation and 
relevance. Papers should be submitted electronically at 
http://compsac.cs.iastate.edu/EMOBS07/. Please follow the instructions 
given by the web page. Manuscripts will be limited to 6 pages following 
IEEE conference proceedings style and guidelines. We encourage authors 
to present novel ideas, critique of existing work, and practical 
studies and experiments.Accepted papers will be published in the 
workshop proceedings (EI Index) of the 31th IEEE Computer Software 
and Applications Conference (COMPASC2007).
  The selected best papers (updated Journal versions) will be published 
in Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research. 
  At least one of the authors of each accepted paper must register as 
a full participant of the workshop to have the paper published in 
the proceedings.
  Workshop Organizers:
  Steering Committee: (in alphabetical order)
  Jerry Gao San Jose State University, USA
Jingsha He Beijing University of Technology, China
Axel Küpper Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
Claudia Linnhoff-Popien  Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
Simon Shim SAP Labs, USA
  Workshop Co-chairs:
  Jerry Gao, San Jose State University, USA
Email: jerrygao@email.sjsu.edu 
  Jingsha He, Beijing University of Technology, China
Email: jhe@bjut.edu.cn
  Program chair:
Axel Küpper
Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
Email: Axel.Kuepper@ifi.lmu.de
Program committee: (in alphabetical order)
* Michael Berger, Siemens Corporate Technology, Germany
* Narciso Cerpa, University of Talca, Chile
* Zhangqin Huang, Beijing University of Technology, China
* Mei Hsing, Fu Jen Catholic University, Republic of China
* Donglin Liang, University of Minnesota, USA
* Katina Michael, University of Wollongong, Australia
* Qi Shen, Beijing University of Technology, China
* George Roussos, Bikbeck College, UK
* Junho Shim, Sookmyung Women’s University, Rep. of Korea
* Chuangbai Xiao, Beijing University of Technology, China
* Xiao Su, San Jose State University, USA
* Ron Vetter, UNC Wilmington
* Michael Wallbaum, Aschen University of Technology, Germany
* Weider Yu, San Jose State University, USA
* Soe-Tsyr Yuan, National ChengChi University, Republic of China
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