OCL 2020 : 20th International Workshop on OCL and Textual Modeling

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Conference Information

Submission Deadline Monday 04 May 2020 Proceedings indexed by :
Conference Dates Jun 26, 2020 - Jun 26, 2020
Conference Address Bergen, Norway
Conference & Submission Link https://oclworkshop.github.io/2020/
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Conference Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

Abstract submission: Postponed until 2021

Paper submission: Postponed until 2021

Notification: Postponed until 2021

Pre-Workshop CRC: Postponed until 2021

Workshop: Postponed until 2021

Post-Workshop CRC: Postponed until 2021

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20th International Workshop on OCL and Textual Modeling

June 26, 2020, Bergen, Norway

http://oclworkshop.github.io/2020/

                       

Co-located with

   STAF 2020 – Software Technologies: Applications and Foundations          

https://staf2020.hvl.no/

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Modeling started out with UML and its precursors as a graphical notation.

Such visual representations enable direct intuitive capturing of reality,

but they have weaknesses: for example, detailed visual representations

bear the risk of becoming overcrowded faster than textual models and some

of the visual features lack the level of precision required to create

complete and unambiguous specifications. These weaknesses of graphical

notations encouraged the development of text-based modeling languages that

either integrate with or replace graphical notations for modeling. Typical

examples of such languages are OCL, textual MOF, Epsilon, and Alloy.

Textual modeling languages have their roots in formal language paradigms

like logic, programming and databases.

The goal of this workshop is to create a forum where researchers and

practitioners interested in building models using OCL or other kinds

of textual languages can directly interact, report advances, share results,

identify tools for language development, and discuss appropriate standards.

In particular, the workshop will encourage discussions for achieving

synergy from different modeling language concepts and modeling

language use.

## Topics of interest

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

– Mappings between textual modeling languages and other languages/formalisms

– Mathematical models and/or formal semantics for textual modeling languages

– Algorithms, evaluation strategies and optimizations in the context

  of textual modeling languages for:

  – validation, verification, and testing,

  – model transformation and code generation,

  – meta-modeling and DSLs, and

  – query and constraint specifications

– Alternative graphical/textual notations for textual modeling languages

– Evolution, transformation and simplification of textual modeling

  expressions

– Libraries, templates and patterns for textual modeling languages

– Tools that support textual modeling languages (e.g., verification of

  OCL formulae, runtime monitoring of invariants)

– Model-driven security using textual modeling languages

– Complexity results for textual modeling languages

– Quality models and benchmarks for comparing and evaluating

  textual modeling tools and algorithms

– Successful applications of textual modeling languages

– Case studies on industrial applications of textual modeling languages

– Experience reports:

  – usage of textual modeling languages and tools in complex domains,

  – usability of textual modeling languages and tools for end-users

– Empirical studies about the benefits and drawbacks of textual modeling

  languages

– Innovative textual modeling tools

– Comparison, evaluation and integration of modeling languages

– Correlation between modeling languages and modeling tasks

We particularly encourage submissions describing:

1. Applications and industrial case studies of textual modeling, with

a focus on both strengths and shortcomings.

2. Test suites and benchmark collections for evaluating textual

modeling tools.

3. Evolution and perspectives of textual modeling languages, such as

its compatibility and integration with other languages.

## Submissions

Four types of submissions will be considered:

* Presentation only submission (not included in the workshop

  proceedings), e.g., for already published work. Authors should

  submit a short (1 page) abstract of their presentation.

* Short papers (between 5 and 7 pages) describing new ideas or

  position papers.

* Tool papers (between 5 and 7 pages) describing tools supporting

  textual modeling tools

* Full papers (between 10 and 14 pages).

All submissions should follow the Springer LNCS format guidelines

(ftp://ftp.springernature.com/cs-proceeding/llncs/llncs2e.zip) and should be

uploaded to EasyChair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ocl2020).

The program committee will review the submissions (minimum 2 reviews per

paper, usually 3 reviews) and select papers according to their relevance and

interest for discussions that will take place at the workshop.

Accepted papers will be published online in CEUR (http://www.ceur-ws.org).

## Important Dates

– Abstract submission: April 27, 2020

– Paper submission: May 4, 2020

– Notification: May 25, 2020

– Pre-Workshop CRC: June 19, 2020

– Workshop: June 26, 2020

– Post-Workshop CRC: To be confirmed

Should you have any problem to meet the deadlines, please contact the organizers.