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CFP: Special Issue on Enabling Technologies for Collaboration

From: Katarzyna Wasielewska <k.wasielewska@fedcsis.org>
Date: Sat, 05 Jul 2014 18:23:10 +0200
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CALL FOR PAPERS
Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience
(www.scpe.org)

Special Issue on Enabling Technologies for Collaboration

Collaboration is an important aspect in almost all fields of human life, 
and today the need for supporting collaboration is increased by the fact 
that we are always connected by means of different kinds of devices. In 
particular in the enterprise world, this need has emerged and satisfying 
it can lead to relevant benefits for companies. In the last years, 
enabling technologies have evolved to meet new and challenging 
requirements. The aim of this special issue is to provide a landscape of 
the state of the art, emerging trends, new technologies and best 
practices in the field of technologies that enable collaboration. The 
idea is to cover a broad range of fields that are related to 
collaboration, including both theoretical and applied perspectives.

The special issue will feature articles that concern technologies that 
enable collaboration considering a wide range of aspects, as specified 
in the following list of topics.

TOPICS

Areas of interest for this special issue include, but are not limited to:
- Adaptive workflows, supply chains, and virtual enterprises
- Agent architectures and infrastructures for dynamic collaboration
- Agent-to-Human service interactions
- Collaboration case studies, tools and applications
- Collaboration engineering in cyber-physical systems
- Collaborative management of autonomic properties
- Collaborative management of NF requirements (quality, security,
robustness, availability)
- Collaborative management of virtualized cloud resources
- Collaborative planning and decision making
- Collaborative solutions for the diagnosis and repair of software systems
- Collaborative technologies for ensuring autonomic properties
- Collaborative technologies for QoS management of SOA and cloud
architectures
- Collaborative virtual business ecosystems
- Cooperative learning and cooperative data mining algorithms
- Data Mining techniques for collaborative working
- Formal approaches to collaboration
- Knowledge management for collaboration
- Methodologies and environments for collaborative data mining
- Methodologies, languages and tools to support agent collaboration
- Modeling and specification of collaborative cloud services
- Organizational and enterprise systems that leverage Web 2.0
- Semantic approaches for collaboration
- Semantic interoperability for SOA/BPM/SNs
- Semantic web for collaboration
- Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) for collaboration

IMPORTANT DATES

- Submission:     September 15th, 2014
- Author notification:     October 30th 2014
- Revised papers (for major revisions):     November 30th 2014
- Author notification (for major revisions):     January 15th, 2015
- Camera Ready papers due:     February 15th, 2015
- Publication:     June, 2015

SUBMISSION DETAILS

The special issue seeks original, unpublished work on technologies 
enabling collaboration. The authors of the best papers form WETICE 2014 
will be invited to submit an extended version to this special issue.
The SCPE journal has a rigorous peer-review process and papers will be 
sent to at least two independent referees. Papers that do not merit 
publication (for any reason) can be rejected by the Special Issue 
Editors without further review.
Submitted papers must be formatted according to the journal's 
instructions, which can be found at: 
http://www.scpe.org/index.php/scpe/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORS

- Prof. Marco Aiello. University of Groningen, NL
- Prof. Federico Bergenti. Università di Parma, Italy
- Prof. Giacomo Cabri. Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy
- Prof. Sumitra Reddy. West Virginia University, USA
- Prof. Ramana Reddy. West Virginia University, USA
Received on Saturday, 5 July 2014 17:11:04 UTC

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