CFP: Adaptation of Web Services (AWS'2010)

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*************************************************  Call For Papers
*              First International Workshop on the Adaptation  of Web
Services (AWS'2010)                 *
*                                August 31st, Toronto, Canada,
2010                                                          *
*                                   within WI/IAT’2010 conference

Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) is a computing paradigm that utilizes Web
services as the basic
constructs to support the development of rapid, low-cost and easy
composition of distributed
applications even in heterogeneous environments. With the advent of SOC,
computing environments
have become open, and components are no longer under a single organization’s
Consequently, Web services based applications are becoming difficult to
adapt. Moreover, with the
 rapid growth of communication and information technologies, adaptation has
gained a significant
attention as it becomes a key feature of Web services allowing them to
operate and evolve in highly
dynamic environments. Adaptation mechanisms refer to different
instantiations including configuration,
 healing, optimization, and protection. The primary objective of this
workshop is to investigate ideas
 that may contribute to the adaptation of Web services. Theoretical as well
as practical aspects are
welcome. The workshop organizers welcome participation and contributions
from those working or
 interested in the intersection of technologies such as agent technology and
autonomic computing
with SOC.

The topics of interest for AWS’2010 include, but are not limited to:
* Adaptation solutions to Web services
* Applications of adaptive Web services
* Optimization of Web services
* Configuration of Web services
* Healing of Web services
* Protection of Web Services
* Self-* Web services
* Agents vs. Web services
* Agents for Web services
* Design and management of self-* Web  services.</font>

Authors should submit their contributions electronically in PDF format by
using the WI-IAT CyberChair system by the
deadline given below. Papers should
be written in English with a maximum of 15 pages. All submitted papers will
be reviewed on the basis of technical
quality, relevance, significance, and clarity. Accepted papers will be
included in the Workshop Proceedings
published by the IEEE Computer Society Press and will be available at the
workshop. Depending on the quality of
contributions, we are planning to publish a post-proceedings of the papers
either as a book or a special issue of
an  international journal.

Dr. Walid Chainbi
Sousse National School of Engineers/ LI3, Sousse University, Tunisia

Pr. Khaled Ghedira
Institut Supérieur de Gestion de Tunis/LI3, Tunis University, Tunisia

* Walt Truszkowski, NASA Goaddard Space Flight Center (USA)
* Roy Sterritt, University of Ulster at Jordanstown (Northern Ireland)
* Huaglory Tianfield, Glasgow Caledonian University  (UK)
* Jeffrey Kephart, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (USA)
* Walid Chainbi, Sousse National School of Engineers  (Tunisia)
* Rainer Unland, University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany)
* Christoph Reich, Hochschule Furtwangen University (Germany)
* Zakaria Maamar, Zaied University (UAE)
* Giovanni Russello, Create-net (Italy)
* ALi A. Ghorbani, University of New Brunswick (Canada)
* David Chess, Thomas J. Watson Research Center, IBM Research Division (USA)
* Manish Parashar, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (USA)
* Hamid Motahari, Hewlett Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto (USA)
* Mohand-Said Hacid, University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (France)

* April, 16, submission due.
* June, 7, notification of acceptance.
* June, 21, camera-ready due.

If you have any question or need clarification on any of the information in
this CFP, please contact
Dr. Walid Chainbi at:

Received on Thursday, 18 March 2010 08:15:15 UTC