Call for Papers: ASSET'99, Dallas, March 99

Call for Papers: ASSET'99, Dallas, March 99

Post by Ravi Praka » Sat, 04 Jul 1998 04:00:00



                              CALL FOR PAPERS

   IEEE Symposium on Application-Specific Systems and Software Engineering
                            Technology (ASSET'99)
                     March 24-27, 1999, Richardson, Texas

The goal of this symposium is to bring together researchers and practitioners
interested in all aspects of software engineering as it applies to software
development in specific application domains such as telecommunications,
real-time embedded systems, and business information systems.  The symposium
will take place in the "Telecom Corridor" and aims to improve the dialog
between industry and academia by providing a forum for state-of-the-art
research and practice.

SCOPE
-----

The main focus of this symposium is on application-specific system engineering
and software engineering issues encountered in the design and development of
complex systems.  The symposium will consist of technical papers, panels, and
tutorials.  Participation from both industry and academia is sought.  The
topics of interests include, but are not limited to:

. Experiences in software design, development, and validation for
  telecommunication, embedded, multimedia, wireless, and mobile systems.

. Specialized systems and software engineering techniques, including
  specification, design, and development techniques for telecommunication,
  embedded, and transaction processing systems.  

. Integrated system design and assessment techniques that consider multiple
  systems requirements, such as security, real-time, reliability,
  availability, survivability, etc.

. Techniques and algorithms in network security, real-time communication,
  network management, telecontrol, and high speed networks.

. CASE tools for application-specific systems development.

. Simulation environments for integrated design and assessment.

. Quality of service analysis for various application systems.

. Performance modeling and evaluation for application-specific systems.

. Application-specific verification, validation, and assessment techniques.

SUBMISSION
----------

Authors are invited to submit original papers to the symposium. The manuscript
should contain no more than 20 pages (double spaced). Electronic submission is
encouraged. A cover page has to be submitted for each paper submission.

* Please email the manuscript, in postscript or pdf format, by August 31 to


  or mail five copies of the manuscript to:
     Prof. I-Ling Yen
     Computer Science Department
     University of Texas at Dallas
     2601 N Floyd Rd.
     Richardson, TX 75080.

* Please also email a cover page, including the title of the paper, the name,
  email address and affiliation of each author, the contact author, and a

Panel proposals should include the panel topic, abstract, and a list of

TUTORIAL PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
----------------------------

Tutorial Proposals are solicited for half-day and full-day tutorials.  Topics
of interest include, but are not limited to: security, object-oriented
techniques, multimedia and videoconferencing standards, and network standards.
Please send tutorial proposals by August 31, 1998 to:

     Prof. Rym Mili
     Computer Science Department
     University of Texas at Dallas
     2601 N Floyd Rd.
     Richardson, TX 75080.


SCHEDULE
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 Submission:                        Aug 31, 1998
 Acceptance notification:           Dec 1, 1998
 Camera ready manuscript due:       Jan 15, 1999
 Tutorials:                         March 24-25, 1999
 Symposium:                         March 26-27, 1999

MORE INFORMATION
----------------

The Symposium is cosponsored by IEEE (pending) and by the Center for
Application Specific System and Software Engineering (CASSE) at the University
of Texas at Dallas.  Symposium proceedings will be published by the IEEE
Computer Society Press.  For more information, please check the Symposium
Website
        http://www.veryComputer.com/

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
--------------------

General Co-Chairs
  Bill Osborne, University of Texas at Dallas
  Tom McDermot, Alcatel Network Systems

Program Co-Chairs
  Kalyan Basu, Nortel
  Ben Wah, University of Illinois
  I-Ling Yen, University of Texas at Dallas

Tutorial Chair
  Rym Mili, University of Texas at Dallas

Panels Co-Chairs
  Joseph Cleveland, Samsung Telecommunications, America
  Sukumaran Nair, Southern Methodist University

Publicity Co-Chairs
  Abdelsalam (Sumi) Helal, University of Florida, Gainesville
  Ravi Prakash, University of Texas at Dallas

Registration Chair
  Nitin Vaidya, Texas A&M University

Proceedings Chair
  Ed Caples, Rockwell Collins

Finance Chair
  Sajal Das, University of North Texas

Local Arrangements Chair
  Gerry Burnham, University of Texas at Dallas

Steering Committee
  S. Venkatesan (Co-Chair), University of Texas at Dallas
  Farokh Bastani (Co-Chair), University of Texas at Dallas
  Ram Chillarege, IBM Watson Research Center
  William W. Everett, SPRE, Inc.
  J. Robert (Bob) Horgan, Bellcore
  Raymond Paul, DoD/Pentagon
  Guylaine M. Pollock, Sandia National Labs.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
--------------------
  Sourav Bhattacharya, Arizona State University
  Bharat K. Bhargava, Purdue University
  Biao Chen, University of Texas, Dallas
  Lawrence Chung, University of Texas, Dallas
  Bojan Cukic, University of West *ia
  Sajal Das, University of North Texas
  Doug Degroot, TechUs
  William W. Everett, SPRE Inc.
  Abdelsalam Helal, University of Florida, Gainesville
  Stephen Huang, University of Houston
  Kalai Kalaichelvan, Nortel
  Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar, Florida Atlantic University
  Kane Kim, University of California at Irvine
  Francesco Masetti, Alcatel
  Catherine Meadows, Naval Research Lab.
  Ray Milovanovic, Texas Instruments
  Ravi Prakash, University of Texas, Dallas
  Yi Shang, University of Missouri, Columbia
  Philip Sheu, University of California, Irvine
  Ann Tai, IA Tech, Inc.
  Bhavani Thuraisingham, Mitre Corp.
  Wei-Tek Tsai, University of Minnesota
  Nitin H Vaidya, Texas A&M University
  S. Venkatesan, University of Texas, Dallas
  Jeffrey Voas, RST Corp.
  Mladen Vouk, North Carolina State University
  Eric Wong, Bellcore

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Computer Science Program
The University of Texas at Dallas
Richardson, TX 75083-0688.  Phone: (972) 883-2289,   Fax: (972) 883-2349

 
 
 

1. ASSET'99 -- Call for Papers

                              CALL FOR PAPERS

   IEEE Symposium on Application-Specific Systems and Software Engineering
                            Technology (ASSET'99)
                     March 24-27, 1999, Richardson, Texas

The goal of this symposium is to bring together researchers and practitioners
interested in all aspects of software engineering as it applies to software
development in specific application domains such as telecommunications,
real-time embedded systems, and business information systems.  The symposium
will take place in the "Telecom Corridor" and aims to improve the dialog
between industry and academia by providing a forum for state-of-the-art
research and practice.

SCOPE
-----

The main focus of this symposium is on application-specific system engineering
and software engineering issues encountered in the design and development of
complex systems.  The symposium will consist of technical papers, panels, and

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