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Subject:(SEWORLD) CfP - SAC 2010 - AOMIP track
From:Valeria Seidita <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 19 May 2009 23:54:02 -0600 (MDT)


AOMIP: AOse Methodologies, Infrastructures and Processes
Track of the 25th Edition ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
Sierre, Switzerland, March 21 -26, 2009

The aim of this track is the deeper investigations of Agent-Oriented
Software Engineering (AOSE) methodologies, infrastructures and  
The need of engineering new sorts of complex computational systems  
(like for
example self-* systems) for new kinds of application scenarios (like
pervasive systems) calls for new SE methodologies, frameworks,
infrastructures, and processes. Agent-oriented systems are the most  
candidate to work as the sources for new metaphors, abstractions,
technologies, and methods for the engineering of complex systems.
In this track we aim at discussing all the elements that influence the
construction of complex computational systems as agent-oriented ones, by
promoting the interplay between researchers in AOSE methodologies,
agent-oriented frameworks and infrastructures, and AOSE processes, thus
encouraging the development of the very notion of AOSE towards the most
general and widest acceptation of the term.

The list of most relevant topics includes, but it is not limited to:

* Agent-Oriented Software Engineering
* Methodologies for agent-oriented analysis and design
* Infrastructures for multi-agent systems
* Design of software development processes
* Situational Method Engineering techniques for AOSE design processes
* Relationships between MAS meta-models and their relative AOSE
* Relationships between AOSE processes and the other traditional  
(e.g. OO)
* Relationship between AOSE methodologies and Infrastructures processes
* Meta-modelling techniques
* Software development process models
* Fragment definitions and descriptions
* Integration of agent-oriented methodologies, infrastructures and  
* Approaches for AOSE methodologies: design patterns, components, and
* Supporting tools for AOSE methodologies/processes construction and
* Standardisation for AOSE methodologies and processes
* Self-* approaches in AOSE methodologies and processes

Important Dates:
Sept. 8, 2009: Paper submissions
Oct. 19, 2009: Author notification
Nov. 2, 2009: Camera-Ready Copy

Paper Publication
Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished papers. All  
will be fully refereed and undergo a blind review process by at least  
referees. The conference proceedings will be published by ACM. Hence,  
accepted papers should be submitted in ACM 2-column camera-ready  
format for
publication in the symposium proceedings. Authors are allowed up to 8  
according to the template, but more than 5 pages in the camera ready  
will be
charged with 80USD per extra page. Paper submission should be in  
format, via the website: eCMS site

Organising Committee:
Massimo Cossentino, Italy
Ambra Molesini, Italy
Andrea Omicini, Italy
Valeria Seidita, Italy

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