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CFP: AWESOS 2004 - Workshop on Engineering Service-Oriented Systems

From: Seng Loke <Seng.Loke@infotech.monash.edu.au>
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 11:00:13 +1100
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1st Australian Workshop on 
Engineering Service-Oriented Systems 
(AWESOS 2004)  
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CALL FOR PAPERS

EXTENDED DATELINE: 14 February 2004
URL: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/awesos
(see URL for details and updates)



Wednesday, 14 April 2004, Melbourne, Australia 

(in conjunction with the 
Australian Software Engineering Conference (ASWEC 2004)) 


Service-oriented computing is emerging as an important 
paradigm in the 21st century. There has been increasing research 
and industry focus on service-oriented systems, driven by the 
enormous potential benefits of the service-oriented philosophy.
While traditional software engineering has a commendable history, 
thinking about software as offering services provides an
interesting perspective with new software engineering challenges. 
This workshop seeks to provide an international forum for 
discussion and disseminating of research in the area. 

Topics include, but are not limited to: 
o building services from applications 
o constructing context-aware services 
o agent-based services 
o intelligent service-oriented systems 
o formal methods for service-oriented systems 
o Semantic Web systems 
o ontological, service description languages and 
  knowledge engineering for service-oriented systems 
o web service/e-service tools, platforms, and infrastructures 
o grid-based services 
o service architectures for discovery, ranking, negotiation and 
  selection 
o service management, scheduling and monitoring 
o service composition 
o methodologies, tools, languages, programming models, 
  and techniques for service-oriented systems 
o practical benefits of the philosophy of 
  service-oriented systems 
o cost models, pricing models and metrics for 
  service-oriented systems and their implementation 
o service-oriented systems in mobile, distributed, 
  and pervasive computing 
o performance engineering for service-oriented systems 
o quality-aware service-oriented systems 
o Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and contractual issues 

  

Workshop Organizers  
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Dr. Shonali Krishnaswamy 
School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, 
Monash University, Australia 
Email: shonali@csse.monash.edu.au 

Associate Professor Jian Yang 
Swinburne University of Technology
Melbourne, Australia
(previously at Tilburg University, Netherlands)
Email: jyang@it.swin.edu.au

Dr. Seng Loke  
School of Computer Science and Software Engineering, 
Monash University, Australia 
Email: swloke@csse.monash.edu.au 
  

International Program Committee  
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Boualem Benatallah, University of New South Wales, Australia
Rajkumar Buyya, University of Melbourne, Australia 
Fabio Casati, HP Labs, USA
Lawrence Cavedon, CSLI, Stanford University, USA 
Jun Han, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia 
Shonali Krishnaswamy, Monash University, Australia 
Chris Ling, Monash University, Australia
Seng Loke, Monash University, Australia 
Qusay Mahmoud, University of Guelph, Canada 
Michael Maximilien, IBM and NCSU, USA 
Massimo Mecella,University of Rome, Italy 
Christine Mingins, Monash University, Australia
Debbie Richards, Macquarie University, Australia 
Peter Stanski, Monash University, Australia
Leon Sterling, University of Melbourne, Australia
Zahir Tari, RMIT University, Australia
Jian Yang, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Arkady Zaslavsky, Monash University, Australia 
  

Paper Submission 
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Authors should send compressed PostScript or 
PDF versions of their paper (PDF preferred) by email to 
Shonali Krishnaswamy 
(shonali.krishnaswamy@infotech.monash.edu.au) 
by the deadline specified. 
  
Dr. Shonali Krishnaswamy 
School of Computer Science and Software Engineering 
Monash University 
900 Dandenong Road 
Caulfield East, VIC 3145, Australia 
  
  
Hardcopy submission is discouraged.  

We encourage two types of submissions: 

   1.regular submissions - not more than 
     8 pages in IEEE format, and 

   2.position papers - not more than 
     3 pages in IEEE format. 

Details of the IEEE format are available at
http://www.computer.org/cspress/instruct.htm 

Submitted papers will be rigorously reviewed by 
the program committee, based on relevance, originality, 
technical soundness, and clarity. Accepted position papers 
and regular papers will be presented during the workshop. 
  

Important Dates 
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Workshop paper submission: 14 February 2004 

Notification of acceptance: 9 March 2004 

Final versions due: 23 March 2004 

Workshop: 14 April 2004 
  

Paper Publication 
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Papers will be published in the workshop proceedings. 

Selected papers will be considered for a special issue 
of a journal or chapters of a book - we are currently 
investigating avenues for publication.
  

Registration 
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We expect that at least one author of each 
accepted paper will register for the workshop.
Received on Wednesday, 28 January 2004 20:34:28 GMT

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