RTSOAA 2010 : The Third International Workshop On Real-Time Service-Oriented Architecture and Applications
Call For Papers
The Third International Workshop On
Real-Time Service-Oriented Architecture and Applications (RTSOAA 2010)
In Conjunction with IEEE ICWS 2010/SCC2010, Miami, Florida, July 5 - July 10, 2010.
Theme of the Workshop
As the paradigm service-oriented computing gains more prominence in the development of systems and commercial applications, the capability of guaranteeing service timeliness is becoming a critical feature that elevates an enterprise to the next level. A real-time business can provide a better quality of service omparing with its peers) by shortening the latencies of data, analysis, decision and execution. As such, real time service-oriented architecture and application (RTSOAA) evolve the traditional service-oriented computing approach to the next level of excellence.
RTSOAA presents a new set of emerging issues and challenges that are expected to be identified, resolved by the service-oriented computing community. These include (1) Scientific and engineering approaches to meet timing constraints and to select services and resources for optimizing the tradeoff between cost and efficiency. (2) Technical and managerial issues for RTSOAA: modeling, infrastructure composition, coordination, planning and scheduling, choreography, deployment, configuration, monitoring and control, and governance. (3) RTSOAA platforms and infrastructure for supporting large-scale application domains such as Cyber-Physical Systems, Green Computing, Real-Time Clinical Decision Support and Cloud Computing.
This workshop is intended to provide an effective forum for researchers and industry practitioners to exchange innovative ideas and state-of-the-art research, share experiences and lessons learned from academic research projects as well as real world projects, and discuss issues, challenges, needs, and solutions in Real-Time Service-Oriented Architecture and Applications.
Scope of the Workshop
RTSOAA signifies an interdisciplinary area that covers disciplines such as real-time systems, service-oriented architecture, software engineering, decision technology, database management and so on. RTSOAA 2010 welcomes the submission of papers from researchers and practitioners in the subjects related, but not limited to:
1. Enabling Technologies for RTSOAA
* Event driven architecture for RTSOAA
* Database modeling & management for RTSOAA
* Policy driven management for RTSOAA
* Middleware & infrastructure for RTSOAA
* Real-time mining, simulation & optimization
2. Real-Time Cyber-Physical Systems
* Use RTSOAA to guarantee quality-of-services provisioning
* Leverage RTSOAA to enable Evolvability and interoperability
* Security and privacy for RTSOAA based CPS
* Safety, robustness and availability issues and approaches using RTSOAA
* Smart Living Spaces such as intelligent building and smart city.
3. Real-Time Cloud Computing
* RTSOAA based cloud computing infrastructure
* Software-as-a-service and infrastructure-as-a-service applications
* RTSOAA programming model and development methodology
* RTSOAA for guaranteeing quality of clouding services
* Case studies of using RTSOAA for cloud computing
4. Domain-Specific Real-Time Service-Oriented Applications
* Real-time healthcare decision support & clinical intelligence
* Agent-mediated Real-Time Service-Oriented Systems
* IT-enabled resource management (data center, supply chain etc)
* RTSOAA for intelligent transportation systems, power management, water and waste management, and carbon emission management
* Real-time service-oriented infrastructure and modeling for smart cities & intelligent buildings
* April 15, 2010: Workshop paper submission due.
* April 30, 2010: Workshop paper notification (electronic).
* May 10, 2010: All final manuscript and author pre-registration due.
Department of Computer Science, Graduate School of Information Science and Engineering and Department of Management of Technology, Graduate School of Innovation Management, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Arizona State University
Jun-Jang (JJ) Jeng
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Yorktown Heights, New York, USA
Real-Time Event & Stream Processing Track
Josef Schiefer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Real-Time Cyber-Physical Systems Track
I-Ling Yen, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Real-Time Services-Based Cloud Systems Track
Pascal Felber Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Agent-Mediated Real-Time Services Systems Track
Jane Hsu National Taiwan University, Taiwan
RTSOAA Industry Best Practice Track
Jun-Jang Jeng, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA
Wei Hao Northern Kentucky University