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[PVS] [simu-conf] Methodologies Track at WinterSim



Call for Papers
Modeling Methodology Track, Winter Simulation Conference 2012
(http://wintersim.org/)
Location: Berlin, Germany
Conference dates: December 9-12, 2012
Paper deadline: April 2nd, 2012

Modeling and Simulation Methodologies, theory and practice have
provided a variety of new mechanisms for advancing the studies of
different phenomena in different fields (physical, biological, social,
engineering, etc.). The purpose of the Methodologies track is to
facilitate the discussion and dissemination of the most recent
advancements in the area of theory and methodology of modeling and
simulation. The main focus of the modeling methodology track is on
methodologies that help to develop models, as well as on the software
and tools to cope with the challenges involved in modeling, including
lessons learned.

Topics included (but not limited to) are:

Formal Modeling Languages (Process Calculi, DEVS, CA, Petri nets,
Rule-Based Languages, etc.)
Stochastic Modeling
Multilevel Modeling
Parameter Estimation for Stochastic Models
Agent Oriented Modelling
Modelling Approaches for Real Time Systems
System Dynamics Representation
Component-based Approaches in Modeling
Model-Reuse
Model Repositories, and retrieval
Modeling Standardization
Multi-Formalism Modelling
Spatial Modelling
Case Studies on Modelling

Applications in all areas of modeling and simulation, incl. Systems
Biology, Traffic, Networks, Manufacturing, Performance, and
Concurrency are welcome.

Program committee:

Michele Amoretti, University of Parma, Italy
Rassul Ayani, KTH, Sweden
Fernando Barros, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Juan de Lara, UAM, Spain
James Faeder - University of Pittsburgh, USA
Colin Gillespie - Newcastle University, UK
Jane Hillston - University of Edinburgh, UK
Michael Hucka - California Institute of Technology, USA
Franziska Klügl, University of Örebro, Sweden
Jean Krivine - Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7, France
Hillel Kugler, Microsoft Research, UK
Cédric Lhoussaine - Université Lille 1, UK
Charles Macal, Argonne National Lab, USA
Fabien Michel, University of Montpellier 2, France
Corrado Priami - Microsoft Research Trento, Italy
Hessam Sarjoughian, Arizona State University, USA
Claudia Szabo, University of Adelaide, Australia
Andreas Tolk, Old Dominion University, USA
Verena Wolf - Saarland University, Germany
Brenda Zhuang, The MathWorks, USA

Track chairs:

Mathias John, University of Lille, France
Gabriel Wainer, Carleton University, Canada

[problems-issues: contact vsim-conf-owner@sce.carleton.ca]