MOSE 2011 : 3rd International Workshop on Model-Driven Service Engineering
Call For Papers
BACKGROUND AND GOALS
Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) deals with the provision of models, transformations between them and code generators to address software development. One of the main advantages of model-driven approaches is the provision of a conceptual structure where the models used by business managers and analysts can be traced towards more detailed models used by software developers. This kind of alignment between high level business specifications and the lower level Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) is a crucial aspect in the field of Service-Oriented Development (SOD) where meaningful business services and business process specifications are those that can give support to real business environment usually changing with increasing speed.
SOD has become currently in one of the major research topics in the field of software engineering, leading the appearance of a novel and emerging discipline called Service Engineering (SE), which aim to bring together benefits of SOA and Business Process Management (BPM). SE focuses on the identification of service (a client-provider interaction that creates value for the client) as first class elements for the software construction. The convergence of SE with MDE can holds out the promise of rapid, accurate development of software that serves software users' goals.
In this context, MoSE workshop series has been providing a forum to discuss different issues related to SE in conjunction with MDE, boarding open research problems in this area as well as practical experiences. Some of the previous results from MoSE workshop will be found in the forthcoming Special Issue in Model-Driven Service Engineering of the International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS).
TOPICS OF INTEREST
Topic of interest include, but are no retricted to:
* Models, meta-models for SOD
* Model transformation and tools for SOD
* Model-driven code generation for SOD
* Domain specifics languages for SOD
* Methodologies, methods and techniques for SOD
* Model-driven frameworks for SOD
* Software factories for SOD
* Formal models for SOD
* MDE for business services modelling
* MDE for business process modelling
* MDE for business process management
* MDE for service-oriented architectures
* MDE for (Semantic) Web Services
* MDE for SOA Governance
* MDE for quality of services (QoS)
* MDE for services level agreements (SLAs)