DETECT 2019

mo deling, v erification and testing of d ependable cri tical systems

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in conjunction with 9th International Conference on Model & Data Engineering (MEDI 2019)

Toulouse, France, 28-31 October, 2019

Toulouse

The International Workshop DETECT 2019 ​will be held in conjunction with 8th International Conference on Model & Data Engineering (MEDI), Toulouse, France (28-31 October 2019). DETECT 2019 will provide to the scientific community a dedicated forum for discussing and representing experiences, state-of-the-art reports and work in-progress related to the model-based engineering on design, verification and testing of dependable critical systems.

Scope

The area of critical systems represents intersection of several systems criteria based on dependability properties like availability, reliability, reparability, maintainability, etc. Due to their heterogeneity and variability, critical systems require the expertise of modeling, verification and testing domains to ensure their dependability and safety. The international workshop on moDeling, vErification and Testing of dEpendable CriTical systems (DETECT) will be mainly related to the model-based system engineering paradigm. DETECT aims to create a common community from academia and industry to share best practices, tools and methodologies considering functional and/or non-functional aspects (e.g., scheduling, performance, security, safety, etc.).

Keynote Speaker

TBA

Call for Contributions

Critical systems are emerging research fields where the safety is dependent upon the precise operations of the system. These systems are more and more used in different domains like avionics, railway, healthcare, under several forms (e.g., Cyber Physical Systems, Real-Time Embedded Systems, etc.) and become more complex since they can be networked and composed of heterogeneous subsystems.

Topics

Workshop topics include, but not limited to:


Committees (tentative)

Workshop Co-chairs

Program Committee


Submission

DETECT 2019 invites papers in three categories. Submission guidelines for each category of paper are as follows:

  1. Regular Research papers: contributions should describe original work (10-14 pages including all text, figures, references and appendices).
  2. Industrial case studies and lessons learned papers: works with experiences and notable industrial advances using model-driven engineering technology for verification and testing purposes (6-10 pages including all text, figures, references and appendices).
  3. Short Papers and position papers: ​Research in progress, tools presentations, and new ideas ​(4-6 pages including all text, figures, references and appendices).

Each submitted paper must be original, unpublished and not submitted elsewhere. ​Contributions should be written in English and be prepared using Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) format. Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated by at least three reviewers.

Submissions must be in PDF format and should be made using the DETECT 2019 Easychair site: TBA

Accepted workshop papers will be published by Springer in "Communications in Computer and Information Science".

Best selected papers from DETECT 2019 will be invited for a special issue in the following journal: TBA.

At least one author of each accepted paper must attend the conference to present the work.

For any question, please contact the workshop chairs directly.


Important Dates (tentative)


Accepted Papers


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