Workshop on model based engineering seeks papers - Embedded.com

Workshop on model based engineering seeks papers

LONDON — The MARTE Users Group is seeking technical contributions for the First Workshop on Model Based Engineering for Embedded Systems Design being held in Dresden, Germany on March 12, 2010.

The Modeling and Analyzis of Real-Time and Embedded Systems (MARTE) profile is a standard of the Object Management Group (OMG) but the MARTE Users' Group is independent of any organizations, including the OMG.

The focus of the workshop is on the use of model based engineering (MBE) for embedded systems development for example in the industrial transport sector for applications such as railway systems, automotive, aerospace, and related domains.

The intention is to concentrate on the following topics:

– The infrastructure that supports MBE, that is, the required languages, tools, and standards as well as the combination of design and V&V activities, and the diverse engineering disciplines involved in embedded system design.

– Process-related issues, such as guidelines for deciding when and where to use domain-specific languages, appropriate integration of process descriptions and tool mentors, and advanced methods to assist on criteria design and on performance and impact assessing.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers and tool developers from industry and academia to discuss on applications of model-based engineering to application domains as well as on MARTE usage and on safety and MARTE.

To complement the papers selected from the call for papers, several presentations will be invited from the MARTE standardization task force, from European projects involved in the domain of the workshop and from MBE tool vendors.

Abstracts have to be submitted by November 18, 2009 with final versions of papers supplied by February 14, 2010.

For more details see the MARTE website.

Submissions need to be made via the EasyChair Conference System website.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.