Este Workshop organizando por el profesor Nicolas Cardozo del DISC junto con Uwe Aßmann de la Technische Universität Dresden (Alemania), Kim Mens de la Université catholique de Louvain (Bélgica) y Thomas Khün de la Technische Universität Dresden (Alemania) y como miembro del Program Committee el profesor Oscar Gonzalez de DISC, hace parte de la Conferencia <Programming> 2017, se realizará del 3 al 6 de abril del 2017 en Bruselas, Bélgica.
<Programming 2017>, es una nueva conferencia internacional sobre arte, ciencia e ingeniería, centrada en todo lo que tiene que ver con la programación, incluida la experiencia.
Workshop LASSY 2017 Live Adaptation of Software Systems
When developing current-day software systems, their deployment and usage environments should be considered carefully, in order to understand the adaptations those systems might need to undergo to interact with other systems and with their environment. Moreover, due to the portability, mobility and increasingly evolutionary nature of software systems, such adaptations should be enacted even while the system is running. Developing such software systems can prove challenging, and many seemingly different techniques to address this concern have been proposed over the last couple of years.
The intention of the LASSY workshop is to congregate all topics relevant to dynamic adaptation and run-time evolution of software systems, ranging from a computer science perspective covering the domains of programming languages, model-driven software development, software and service composition, context-aware databases, software variability, requirements engineering, UI adaptation and other domains, to a human perspective covering sociological or ethical implications of dynamic software systems. The workshop provides a space for discussion and collaboration between researchers working on the problem of enabling live adaptations to software systems, across the development stack.
3 de abril del 2017
Call for Papers workshop
The Live Adaptation of Software SYstems (LASSY) workshop provides a space for discussion and collaboration between researchers working on the problem of enabling live adaptations to software systems, across the development stack. After a successful first edition, hosted at the Modularity 2016 conference, the 2017 edition of the LASSY workshop will be collocated with the new 2017 conference.
Topics of Interest
Design and Implementation of Live Adaptive Software Systems
- Context-, aspect-, feature-, role- and agent-oriented programming
- Context representation and discovery
- Context-aware model-driven software development
- Context-aware data management
- Software variability and dynamic product lines
- Self-adaptive, self-explanatory systems
- Inconsistency management, verification, and validation
Middleware and Runtime of Live Adaptive Software Systems
- Dynamic software evolution, upgrades and configuration
- Dynamic software and service composition mechanisms
- Dynamic software architecture and middleware approaches
- Dynamic user interface adaptation and multimodal user interfaces
Impact and Assessment of Live Adaptive Software Systems
- User acceptance and usability issues
- Human, sociological, ethical and legal aspects
- Privacy and security aspects of dynamic adaptability
- Live adaptation in smart environments (e.g. smart rooms, smart robot cells, smart factories, smart cities)
- Self-adaptation and emergence in SoS and CPSoS