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2nd CFP - International Workshop on Dynamic Web Processes (DWP, 2005)

From: KUNAL VERMA <verma@cs.uga.edu>
Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2005 13:01:25 -0400 (EDT)
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(our apologies for cross posting)
International Workshop on Dynamic Web Processes (DWP, 2005),
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 12, 2005

Held in conjunction with Third International Conference on Service
Oriented Computing (ICSOC 2005)


The research on Semantic Web services and processes has so far focused
on specification discovery, and automated composition. Today, businesses
focus on efficient ways to interact with the partners they already know
and work with, and prefer to manually model their processes. However,
there is emerging interest in businesses to begin exploring more
dynamism in their business processes, to respond quickly to the changing
environments and to make their process more adaptive/agile.  This will
require formal modeling of different aspects of Web services and
processes - especially modeling the non-functional aspects (Quality of
service, Business rules, policies, constraints, etc.). This workshop
will bring together research from various disciplines as well as
industrial practitioners in exploring the role of semantics in creating
dynamic Web processes.  The workshop further the discussions started at
an earlier workshop on Semantic and Dynamic Web Processes (SDWP).

We invite industrial and academic researchers to submit original
research papers as well as reports on work in progress related to
dynamic Web processes. Suggested topics include but are not restricted
   Use cases for dynamism in business and scientific processes
   Constraint analysis for Web processes
   Policy/Rules based configuration of Web processes
   Behavior modeling of Web services
   Functional modeling of Web services
   Quality of Service Modeling of Web Services
   Combining business rules with process management
   Optimization of Web processes

The proceedings of the workshop will be published online, followed by a
book of chapters based on selected papers in the Springer series. All
papers should be submitted electronically in PDF and in Springer/LNCS
format.  Papers are not to exceed 12 pages.

Papers submission deadline:  1st October, 2005
Author notification:         21st October, 2005
Camera ready:                5th November, 2005
Workshop:                    12th December, 2005

Christoph Bussler, DERI
Amit Sheth, Semagix, Inc. & LSDIS Lab, University of Georgia
Kunal Verma, LSDIS Lab, University of Georgia
Michal Zaremba, DERI

Nabil Adam, Rutgers University, USA
Rama Akkiraju, IBM Research, USA
Michael Altenhofen, SAP, Germany
Michael Brodie, Verizon, USA
Mark Burstein, BBN Technologies, USA
Jorge Cardoso, University of Madeira, Portugal
Pat Croke, HP, Ireland
Dipanjan Chakraborty, IBM Research, India
Umeshwar Dayal, HP, USA
Asuman Dogac, Middle East Technical University , Turkey
Prashant Doshi, LSDIS Lab, USA
Marlon Dumas, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Wolfgang Gerteis, SAP, Germany
Michael Huhns, University of South Carolina, USA
Bill Karakostas, City University, London, UK
Adrian Mocan, DERI, Ireland
Marco Pistore, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Manfred Reichert, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Jianwen Su, University of California at Santa Barbara, USA
Vlamidir Tosic, Lakehead University, Canada
H. M. W. Verbeek, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Mathias Weske, Hasso-Plattner-Institute, Germany
Andreas Wombacher, University of Twente, The Netherlands
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