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[PVS] CFP - IEEESOSE2011 - The 6th IEEE International Symposium onService-Oriented System Engineering



The 6th IEEE International Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering
December 12-14, 2011, Irvine, CA, USA
Collocated with SOCA, KSEM, RTSOAA and KASTLES

Important Dates: Submission: July 20, 2011
Notification:  Aug. 20, 2011
Camera Ready Copy: Sept. 23, 2011
Symposium:  Dec. 12 -14, 2011
Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society;
- Arizona State University
- San Jose State University
- Tokyo Institute of Technology
- Oxford Brookes University
- University of Leeds

Starting from 2005, SOSE is one of the pioneering symposia
devoted to the research in engineering service-oriented systems.
It has addressed issues in various aspects of engineering SOA-based systems from
architecture and computing paradigm to the development and quality validation problems
and solutions. Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) exploits services as the fundamental
elements for developing computer-based systems. It has been applied to various areas
and promotes fundamental changes to system architecture.
SOC [Service Oriented Engineering]
changes the way software systems are being analyzed, architected, designed, implemented,
tested, evaluated, delivered, consumed, maintained, and evolved, SOSE symposia focuses on
the SOC from the perspectives of software engineering and system engineering.
Recently, cloud computing
 further expands the scope of SOC to include new subjects such as Platform as a Service (PaaS),
Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Testing as a Service (TaaS).
Continuing the tradition of the last five SOSE Symposia, the 6th SOSE provides a forum
for researchers and practitioners to exchange latest observations, insights, research
achievements and visions in the engineering of service systems. Particularly, SOSE 2011
invites original submissions in all the areas of the system engineering, software engineering
methods, techniques, tools, applications, and experiments for software services.

A. Regular Research Papers. The topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
Track I: Service-Oriented System Engineering
- Business process integration and management
- Governance for large-scaled service-oriented systems
- Modernization, migration, and servicetization of legacy systems
- Modeling and simulation of service-oriented systems
- Adaptation, control and optimization in service-oriented systems
- Social and collaborative engineering of services systems
- Service interoperability, composibility, quality, reliability, mobility,
scalability, elasticity, and security 
Track II. Service-Oriented Computing
- Software Engineering
- Model-driven development of service-oriented systems
- Multi-tenant architecture, configurable architecture 
- Requirement and design modeling of services and systems
- Specifications of services and systems
- Semantic services and semantic enabled service engineering
- Architecture including event-driven architecture, code generation,
- Dynamic service delivery, deployment and evolution
- Lifecycle models, reusability, and 
- Metrics and measurement of services, QoS, and QoE
- Runtime verification, validation, monitoring, testing on-the-fly and policy enforcement
Track III. Service-Oriented Computing
- Emergent Paradigms and Technologies
- Service oriented architecture, analysis, modeling, design, validation, QoS,
and evaluation for Software as a Service (SaaS)
- Service oriented architecture, analysis, modeling, design, validation, QoS,
and evaluation for Platform as a service (PaaS)
- Service governances, policies, standards, technologies in cloud computing
- Issues, solutions, techniques, tools and standards for Testing as a Service (TaaS)
B. Applications and Industry Experiences
Papers report case studies,
empirical research and practical experiences in service engineering are invited.
The topics include but not limited to the following.
- Enterprise architecture and solution frameworks
- Platforms and tools for system and software engineering
- Application composition based on services
- Case studies, experiments and evaluation of services and application systems

C. Review of the State-Of-The-Art of the Research on Service Engineering and
Emergent Subjects
In addition to regular research papers sessions, this year
the symposium will invite tutorial papers which review the current advance
in service engineering and related emergent subjects.
These papers should summarize the recent research advance in service engineering
from different perspectives, identify the open issues and future needs and challenges
in the field. In addition, SOSE 2011 also welcome timely problem discussion papers
that focus on new issues, needs and challenges in emergent subjects.
The topics include, but not limited to, the following:
- Modeling, simulation and static analysis of service-oriented  systems,
- Testing, verification, validation and quality assurance in the development of
service oriented systems
- Governance and policies in service oriented software development
- Engineering techniques and tools to support the publishing, discovery and
composition of services
- Architectural and detail designs of services and code generation of service software
- Techniques and tool support the deployment and execution of services
- Measurements and metrics of QoS in SOA-based application systems
Paper Submission
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research papers
as well as industrial practice papers and position papers.
Simultaneous submissions to other publication venues are not permitted.
Online Submission Site: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sose2011
Please submit papers in PDF format through the SOSE web site. Manuscript should be
prepared following the IEEE Computer Society Press Proceedings.
Author Guidelines (http://www.computer.org/portal/pages/cscps/cps/cps_forms.html).
Page Limit: The page limits for three different types of papers are as follows.
Paper Type                        
Page Limit
- Research paper:                  12 pages
- Industrial practice/Case study:  6 pages
- Survey-based tutorial papers:
   12 pages
Publication: All accepted papers will be included in the symposium proceedings,
which will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press and included in the
IEEE Digital Library.
At least one author of each accepted paper must attend the symposium to present the work.

- Journal Special Issue: We plan to publish a special journal issue for the extended
and revised versions of selected best papers presented at the SOSE 2011 Symposium.

- Best Paper Award: One paper will be given the SOSE 2011 Best-Paper-Award at the conference
for the best quality of the paper and presentation.
General Chair:
Jorge L. Sanz, IBM, USA,
Jie Xu, University of Leeds, UK
Program Co-Chairs:
Jerry Gao, San Jose State University, CA, USA (email: gaojerryg@yahoo.com)
Xiaodong Lu, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan (email: luxdlzu@gmail.com)
Hong Zhu, Oxford Brookes University, UK (email: hzhu@brookes.ac.uk)
Publication chair
Muhammad Younas, Oxford Brookes University, UK (email: m.younas@brookes.ac.uk)
Publicity Co-Chairs:
Robert  Hsu, Chung Hua University, Taiwan, (email: chh@chu.edu.tw)
China: Xiaoying Bai, Tsinghua University, China, baixy@tsinghua.edu.cn
Europe: Lu Liu, University of Derby, UK, L.Liu@derby.ac.uk
USA: Ignacio Terrizzano, IBM, USA email: eigterriz@us.ibm.com

Program Committee (Please see SOSE 2011 Website)
Steering Committee:
- Wei-Tek Tsai, Arizona State University, USA (Chair)
- M.?Malek,?Humboldt University, Germany
- K. J. Lin, University of California at Irvine, USA
- I-Ling Yen, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
- Ray Paul, Department of Defense, USA
- J. Chung, IBM, USA
Web site: http://tech.brookes.ac.uk/ sose2011/