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Here's a chance for Ada to shine.

Marsha
-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Schuerr [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2000 8:29 AM
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Subject: (SEWORLD) CFP: Object-Oriented Real-time Modeling Contest



                     CALL FOR PARTICIPATION


           "Object-oriented Real-Time Modeling Contest"
                http://www.automotive-uml.com/mc/

                             *  *  *


Which benefits do object-oriented approaches provide to the design
of embedded real-time systems? This question still holds great
challenges for both researchers and practitioners.

The modeling contest opens an arena in which anyone committed to
this area gets the chance to produce evidence of her ideas. He
shall demonstrate his approach on a concrete task geared for vehicles.

Participation requires  the submission of a documented model and an
implementation of a typical automotive control function according to
a given specification. For details please have a look at our website.

The best models will be honored with prize money and be presented at
the OMER-2 Workshop (see http://ist.unibw-muenchen.de/GROOM/OMER-2).
Furthermore, the winners will visit the DaimlerChrysler Research and
Technology Center as well as a production site of Mercedes Benz cars.


We ask anybody who is interested in participating to register on our
website until August 15, 2000.


                             *  *  *

For further information please see: http://www.automotive-uml.de/mc/


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Dr. Peter Hofmann                      email: [log in to unmask]
Group for System Design                  fax: 0711 17 41047

               DaimlerChrysler Research & Technology


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