The 9th Semantic Web Enabled Software Engineering (SWESE2013)
Deadline: 30th August 2013Held in conjunction with 11th International Conference on Service Oriented Computing (ICSOC)
Berlin, Germany, December 2-5, 2013http://swese.odsd.eu/swese2013———————————————————–
Deadline for Paper Submission: 30 August 2013
Paper Acceptance Notification: 14 October 2013
Camera Ready Paper & Copyright: 31 October 2013
There has been more and more evidence that the usage of Semantic Web technologies leads to improvements in both the process and product of software and service development and management activities.
The goal of the SWESE workshop is to advance research on this this important area.
We believe that the informal nature of the workshop, located at one of the major events in service-oriented computing, will lead to further exchange between practitioners and researchers working on issues related to Semantic Web Enabled Software and Service Engineering by providing a forum for discussing the major challenges of the area and the different approaches being taken to resolve them.
During the last five years, a number of successful attempts showed the advantages of Semantic Web technologies in software and service engineering including reusability and extensibility of data models, improvements in data quality and data integration, and discovery and automated execution of workflows.
The scope of the SWESE workshop is to investigate any potential benefits of using Semantic Web knowledge representations (ontologies) and reasoning technologies in service engineering, management, organization and implementation.
Topics of interest to the workshop include (but are not restricted to):
* Visions for Semantic Web driven software and service engineering
* Tools developed or being developed for software and service engineering using SW languages
* Integration or application development projects combining software engineering techniques and Semantic Web tools or languages
* Shortcomings with the Semantic Web with respect to software and service engineering
* Visions for SW driven software modernization
* Integration of model-driven architectures, programming languages and Semantic Web languages
* Integration of formal methods and Semantic Web languages
* Software specification and Semantic Web languages
* Software versioning control and Semantic Web
* Software debugging and Semantic Web
* Ontologies for software engineering
* Ontologies for service engineering and service specifications
* Ontologies for requirement engineering
* Ontologies for software guidance, traceability and maintenance
* Ontologies for service composition
* Component discovery and ontologies
* Feature modelling and ontologies
* Metamodel engineering
* Ontology reasoning for service engineering and management
* Semantic annotations in service engineering
* Transitioning legacy applications to ontologies
* Semantic-based intelligent assistance tools for software developers
* Lessons learnt and outstanding challenges for the usage of semantic technologies in service engineering and management
* Ontology-Driven Architecture: How to introduce Semantic Web technology into mainstream development processes
* Ontologies for supporting collaboration/coordination between developers
* Semantic-based information push for service engineering and management process
* Methods and tools for semantic-based event-driven interaction in service development
* Semantic Web based service marketplaces
Papers must be in English and may be submitted by Easychair Conference Management System
* Full Papers (15 pages in the proceedings)
* Short Papers (5-8 pages in the proceedings)
* Position Statements (2 pages in the proceedings)
* Posters (to be presented during the workshop, with 2 page descriptions submitted via the conference site for review)
Papers must be submitted using the “Lecture Notes in Computer Science” (LNCS) style (Word or LaTex). See http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html for style files and details.
Submissions will be peer- reviewed by at least 3 PC members based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.
Uwe Assman (DE), Technical University of Dresden
Colin Atkinson (DE), University of Mannheim
Kenneth Baclawski (US), VIStology, Inc.
Bernhard Bauer (DE), University of Augsburg
Marco Brambilla (IT), Politecnico di Milano
Philippe Charland (CA), Defence R&D Canada Val-Bélair
Emanuele Della Valle (IT), DEI, Politecnico di Milano
Jürgen Ebert (DE), University of Koblenz
Dragan Gasevic, (CA), Athabasca University
Michael Goedicke (DE), University of Essen
Michael K. Smith (US), Hewlett-Packard
Mieczyslaw Kokar (US), Northeastern University
Harald Kühn (AT), BOC Inc.
Hareton Leung (HK), Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Maria Maleshkova (UK), KMI, The Open University
Krzysztof Miksa (PL), Comarch, Inc.
Jishnu Mukerji (US), Hewlett-Packard Company
Ioannis N. Athanasiadis (GR), Democritus University of Thrace
Daniel Oberle (DE), SAP Research
Yuan Ren (UK), University of Aberdeen
Dave Reynolds (UK), Epimorphics Ltd
Juergen Rilling (CA), Concordia University
Fernando Silva Parreiras (BR), FUMEC University
Jin Song Dong (NZ), National University of Singapore
Steffen Staab (DE), University of Koblenz-Landau
Jing Sun (NZ), The University of Auckland
Hai Wang (UK), Aston University
Workshop Organization Chairs
Jeff Z. Pan, University of Aberdeen, UK (contact)
Elisa F. Kendall, Thematix Partners LLC , USA
Ljiljana Stojanovic, FZI, Germany
Yuting Zhao, University of Aberdeen, UK
Gerd Groener, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany