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NFPinDSML 2009 : 2nd International Workshop on Non-functional System Properties and Domain Specific Modeling Languages

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Link: https://nfpindsml.semtech.athabascau.ca/?q=node/1
 
When Oct 4, 2009 - Oct 9, 2009
Where Denver, Colorado, USA
Submission Deadline Jul 13, 2009
Notification Due Aug 15, 2009
 

Call For Papers

The 2nd NFPinDSML intends to discuss all relevant aspects of integration of non-functional system requirements and Domain Specific Language engineering. Language engineering specifically aims to explain and support the design, the reuse, and the evolution of Domain Specific Language definitions and their relation and transformation to mathematical formalisms and simulation models for non-functional system properties estimation and evaluation.

This year’s workshop particularly pays attention to the multi dimensional analysis, commonalities and differences in DSMLs observed from the perspective of different NFP estimation and evaluation, and annotation of DSMLs’ constructs for NFP analysis.
The workshop topics include, but are not restricted to:

* Platform models in domain specific modeling languages
* Model annotations and computation of non-functional properties
* Non-functional properties and traceability in domain specific modeling languages
* Aspect-oriented modeling and non-functional properties in domain specific modeling languages
o Estimation and evaluation of non-functional properties in domain specific modeling languages with aspects
o Domain-specific aspects for estimation, evaluation and measurement
* Assessment of non-functional properties in domain specific modeling languages
o Estimation of non-functional properties in domain specific modeling languages with simulation and mathematical formalisms
o Measurement of non-functional properties in domain specific languages
o Verification of non-functional properties in domain specific languages
* Transformations and non-functional properties
o Transformation as non-functional properties influencing design choice
o Non-functional properties of transformations
* Ontologies for formalizing shared knowledge about non-functional system properties
* Integration of policies (e.g., QoS, security, privacy, trust, etc.) into domain specific modeling languages

For the reason that non-functional and functional properties can vary in different domains, e.g. timing properties and sometimes reliability properties are often considered functional in the domain of embedded systems, we also cover topics of non-functional properties of particular domains and their domain specific modeling languages:

* Non-functional properties and domain specific modeling languages in SOA
* Non-functional properties and domain specific modeling languages in event driven architectures
* Non-functional properties and domain specific modeling languages in embedded and reactive systems
* Non-functional properties and domain specific modeling languages in health-care systems

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