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Conference Track @ the 27th WETICE Conference



The goal of this track is to bring together researchers and practitioners both from the Academia and from the Industry working in the areas of the adaptation and reconfiguration of distributed systems. Different investigation topics are involved, such as: CBSE, Web service, cloud applications, mobile applications, Functional and Non-Functional requirements (QoS, performance, resilience), monitoring, diagnosis, decision and execution of adaptation and reconfiguration. Different research areas are covered: concepts, methods, techniques, and tools to design, develop, deploy and manage adaptive and reconfigurable software systems.

The concept of adaptive and reconfigurable software systems has been introduced in order to describe architectures, which exhibit such properties. An adaptive and reconfigurable software system can repair itself if any execution problems occur, in order to successfully complete its own execution, while respecting functional and Non-Functional agreements. In the design of an adaptive and reconfigurable software system, several aspects have to be considered. For instance, the system should be able to predict or to detect degradations and failures as soon as possible and to enact suitable recovery actions.

Topics
For this track, contributions are devoted to functional and non functional adaptability and reconfiguration management in service-oriented and component-based software systems. Specifically, the relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Distributed and centralized collaborative solutions for the diagnosis and repair of software systems
  • Design for the diagnosability and repairability
  • Collaborative Management of Non-Functional requirements (quality, security, robustness, availability)
  • Monitoring simple and composite architectures, components and services
  • Semantic (or analytic) architectural and behavioral models for monitoring of software systems
  • Dynamic reconfiguration of cloud and mobile applications
  • Collaborative planning and decision making
  • Collaborative technologies for ensuring autonomic properties
  • Predictive management of adaptability.
  • Collaborative Management of autonomic properties
  • Experiences in practical adaptive and reconfigurable applications
  • Tools and prototypes for managing adaptability of applications
Important dates
Paper Submission: February 26, 2018
Decision Notification: April 2, 2018
Camera-Ready Submission : April 15, 2018
Paper Submission
Papers up to six (6) double-column pages (including figures, tables and references) should contain original contributions not published or submitted elsewhere and are to be formatted according to the IEEE template, which is available here.
Each paper will be reviewed by at least three reviewers for ensuring high quality.
Authors must upload their paper as PDF file using the EasyChair submission system.


Track chairs
Khalil Drira, LAAS-CNRS and Université de Toulouse, France
Mohamed Jmaiel, ReDCAD, University of Sfax, Tunisia
Slim Kallel, CRNS, Sfax, Tunisia
Ismail Bouassida, ReDCAD, University of Sfax, Tunisia
Web chairs
Rahma Bouaziz, ReDCAD, ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia
Program Committee Members
Takoua Abdellatif Tunisia Polytechnic School, Carthage University, Tunisia
Yamine Ait Ameur IRIT/INPT-ENSEEIHT, France
Mehmet Aksit University of Twente, Nederland
Thais Batista Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Djamel Belaid Institut TELECOM; TELECOM & Management SudParis, France
Djamal Benslimane Lyon 1 University, France
Isabelle Borne Université de Bretagne Sud, France
Cinzia Cappiello Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Christophe Chassot LAAS-CNRS, France
Anis Charfi Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar
Marco Comuzzi City University London, UK
Carlos E. Cuesta Rey Juan Carlos University, Spain
Marcos Da Silveira CRP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg
Flavia Delicato Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil
Christophe Dony LIRMM - Montpellier-II University, France
Mohammed Erradi Ensias, Marocco
Bernd Freisleben University of Marburg, Germany
Nikolaos Georgantas INRIA, France
Ian Gorton Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Volker Gruhn Universität Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Mohand-Said Hacid Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 - UCBL, France
Dimka Karastoyanova Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany
Grace Lewis Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute, USA
José Carlos Maldonado ICMC-USP, Brazil
Francisco Moo-Mena FMAT-UADY, mexico
Mohamed Mosbah LaBRI - University of Bordeaux, France
Henry Muccini University of L'Aquila, Italy
Elisa Yumi Nakagawa University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Flavio Oquendo IRISA - University of South Brittany, France
Mourad Oussalah LINA Laboratory, University of Nantes, France
Saul Pomares INAOE, Mexico
Ilia Petrov TU Darmstadt, Germany
Diego Pérez Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Claudia Raibulet University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Philippe Roose Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, France
Cecilia Rubira Institute of Computing, UNICAMP, Brazil
Salah Sadou IRISA, University of South Brittany, France
Mohamed Sellami ISEP, Paris, France
Chouki Tibermacine LIRMM, CNRS,Montpellier II University, France
Qi Yu Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Uwe Zdun University of Vienna, Austria
Haibin Zhu Nipissing University, Canada
Contact
Dr. Slim Kallel
slim.kallel@fsegs.rnu.tn

ReDCAD Reserach Laboratory
Department of Computer Science
Faculty of Economics and Managment of Sfax
B.P. 1173, Sfax, Tunisia

 

Sponsors:


Research Unit of Development and Control of Distributed Applications
Laboratoire d'Analyse et d'Architecture des Systèmes