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EESSMod 2011 : Experiences and Empirical Studies in Software Modelling

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Link: http://www.eesmod.org
 
When Oct 18, 2011 - Oct 18, 2011
Where Wellington, New Zeland, Australia
Abstract Registration Due Jul 20, 2011
Submission Deadline Jul 28, 2011
Categories    software engineering
 

Call For Papers

Organisers
· Michel Chaudron (University of Leiden, The Netherlands), chaudron(a)liacs.nl (primary contact)
· Marcela Genero, (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain), marcela.genero(a)uclm.es
· Silvia Abrahão, (Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain), sabrahao(a)dsic.upv.es
· Parastoo Mohagheghi, (SINTEF-ICT and Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway), parastoo.mohagheghi(a)sintef.no
· Lars Pareto, (Chalmers | University of Gothenburg), pareto(a)chalmers.se

Abstract
Most software development projects apply modelling in some stages of development and to various degrees in order to take advantage of the many and varied benefits of it. Modelling is, for example, applied for facilitating communication by hiding technical details, analysing a system from different perspectives, specifying its structure and behaviour in an understandable way, or even for enabling simulations and generating test cases in a mode-driven engineering approach. Thus, the evaluation of modelling techniques, languages and tools is needed in order to assess their advantages and disadvantages, to ensure their applicability to different contexts, their ease of use, and other issues such as skills and costs; either isolated or in comparison with other methods.
This workshop aims to bring together professionals and researchers interested in software modelling to discuss in which way software modelling techniques may be evaluated, share experiences of performing such evaluations and discuss ideas for further research in this area. The workshop accepts both experience reports of applying software modelling in industry and research papers that describe more rigorous empirical studies performed in industry or academia.

Objectives
· Build a better understanding of the industrial use of modelling techniques, languages and tools.
· Start building theories about the effectiveness of modelling approaches.
· Identify directions for future research in the field.
· Facilitate and encourage joint research and experimentation in software modelling.

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