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CFP-OOPSLA Web-Services Methodologies Workshop

From: Dr\. Amir Zeid <amirzeid@aucegypt.edu>
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 19:53:38 +0000
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CFP-OOPSLA 04 Workshop
Best Practices and Methodologies in Service-oriented Architectures:
Paving the Way to Web-services Success

Service Oriented Computing (SOC) is the new emerging paradigm for
distributed computing and e-business processing that is changing the way
software applications are designed, architected, and consumed. Services
are autonomous platform-independent computational elements that can be
described, published, discovered, orchestrated and programmed using
protocols. Web services and Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) are
promising technologies. SOA and SOC can be considered the natural
evolution of object-oriented paradigm. However, they are still fraught
with problems and issues in both development and operational phases.
Appropriate software engineering methodologies for developing SOA can be
seen as extensions to object-oriented methodologies. Support for the
unique features of SOA is required. This workshop aims to share the
knowledge and experience of different organizations and individuals in
both practical and theoretical aspects of SOA development. The main goal
is to identify, discuss and promote best
practices to properly engineer web-services and SOA.

Topics of Interest:
-Methodologies for SOA development
-UML profiles for SOA
-Metrics for SOA
-Design Patterns for SOA
-Separation of Concerns in SOA
-Modeling tools/techniques for SOA
-Design by contract in SOA
-Testing and verification of SOA
-Formal methods applicability in SOA
-Experiences in developing web-services and SOA
-Evaluation methods/techniques of SOA

Organizing committee
Workshop Co-Chairs
A. Zeid, AUC, Egypt
A. Arsanjani, IBM Corporation, USA
B. Henderson-Sellers, UOT, Australia
K. Holley, IBM Corporation, USA

Paper Submissions
The workshop invites two categories of submissions.
1. Long papers (10-15 pages, LNCS style) describe research and technical
contributions to SOA and web-services in depth. This includes both
research papers and experience reports.
2. Short papers (5 pages, LNCS style) concisely describe ongoing work,
new ideas, experiences, etc.
All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least three program
committee members. The proceedings will be published and distributed
during the workshop (also may be published by Springer-Verlag as part or
their Lecture Notes in Computer Science series (pending)).

Important Dates
Submission Date: August 22, 2004
Notification Date: Sept 12th, 2004
Camera-ready copy: Sept 28th, 2004

Contact Person:
Dr. A. Zeid (azeid@aucegypt.edu
Received on Thursday, 26 August 2004 19:58:35 UTC

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