ICAS 2011: The Seventh International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems

ICAS 2011: The Seventh International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems
May 22-27, 2011 – Venice, Italy
General page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2011/ICAS11.html

Call for Papers: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2011/CfPICAS11.html

Submission deadline: January 25, 2011 

Technical Co-Sponsors:
– Athabasca University
– Elegant Computing Services, Inc.
– University of Erlangen-Nuernberg
– The University of Western Ontario
– Siemens
– Aston University
– Eindhoven University of Technology
– Orange
Sponsored by IARIA, www.iaria.org

Extended versions of selected papers will be published in IARIA Journals: http://www.iariajournals.org

Please note the Poster Forum and Work in Progress options.

The topics suggested by the conference can be discussed in term of concepts, state of the art, research, standards, implementations, running experiments, applications, and industrial case studies. Authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers, which are not under review in any other conference or journal in the following, but not limited to, topic areas.

All tracks are open to both research and industry contributions, in terms of Regular papers, Posters, Work in progress, Technical/marketing/business presentations, Demos, Tutorials, and Panels.

Before submission, please check and conform with the Editorial rules: http://www.iaria.org/editorialrules.html

ICAS 2011 Topics (topics and submission details: see CfP on the site) 

SYSAT: Advances in system automation
Methods, techniques ant tools for automation features; Methodologies for automating of design systems; Industrial automation for production chains; Nonlinear optimization and automation control; Nonlinearities and system stabilization; Automation in safety systems; Structured uncertainty; Open and closed automation loops; Test systems automation; Theory on systems robustness; Fault-tolerant systems

AUTSY: Theory and Practice of Autonomous Systems Design, implementation and deployment of autonomous systems; Frameworks and architectures for component and system autonomy; Design methodologies for autonomous systems; Composing autonomous systems; Formalisms and languages for autonomous systems; Logics and paradigms for autonomous systems; Ambient and real-time paradigms for autonomous systems; Delegation and trust in autonomous systems; Centralized and distributed autonomous systems; Collocation and interaction between autonomous and non-autonomous systems; Dependability in autonomous systems; Survivability and recovery in autonomous systems; Monitoring and control in autonomous systems; Performance and security in autonomous systems; Management of autonomous systems; Testing autonomous systems; Maintainability of autonomous systems

AWARE: Design and Deployment of Context-awareness Networks, Services and Applications Context-aware fundamental concepts, mechanisms, and applications; Modeling context-aware systems; Specification and implementation of awareness behavioral contexts; Development and deployment of large-scale context-aware systems and subsystems; User awareness requirements and design techniques for interfaces and systems; Methodologies, metrics, tools, and experiments for specifying context-aware systems; Tools evaluations, Experiment evaluations

AUTONOMIC: Autonomic Computing: Design and Management of Self-behavioral Networks and Services Theory, architectures, frameworks and practice of self-adaptive management mechanisms; Modeling and techniques for specifying self-ilities; Self-stabilization and dynamic stability criteria and mechanisms; Tools, languages and platforms for designing self-driven systems; Autonomic computing and GRID networking; Autonomic computing and proactive computing for autonomous systems; Practices, criteria and methods to implement, test, and evaluate industrial autonomic systems; Experiences with autonomic computing systems

CLOUD: Cloud computing and Virtualization Hardware-as-a-service; Software-as-a-service [SaaS applicaitions]; Platform-as-service; On-demand computing models; Cloud Computing programming and application development; Scalability, discovery of services and data in Cloud computing infrastructures; Privacy, security, ownership and reliability issues; Performance and QoS; Dynamic resource provisioning; Power-efficiency and Cloud computing; Load balancing; Application streaming; Cloud SLAs, business models and pricing policies; Custom platforms; Large-scale compute infrastructures; Managing applications in the clouds; Data centers; Process in the clouds; Content and service distribution in Cloud computing infrastructures; Multiple applications can run on one computer (virtualization a la VMWare); Grid computing (multiple computers can be used to run one application); Virtualization platforms; Open virtualization format; Cloud-computing vendor governance and regulatory compliance

MCMAC: Monitoring, Control, and Management of Autonomous Self-aware and Context-aware Systems Agent-based autonomous systems; Policy-driven self-awareness mechanisms and their applicability in autonomic systems; Autonomy in GRID networking and utility computing; Studies on autonomous industrial applications, services, and their developing environment; Prototypes, experimental systems, tools for autonomous systems, GRID middleware

CASES: Automation in specialized mobile environments Theory, frameworks, mechanisms and case studies for satellite systems; Spatial/temporal constraints in satellites systems; Trajectory corrections, speed, and path accuracy in satellite systems; Mechanisms and case studies for nomadic code systems; Platforms for mobile agents and active mobile code; Performance in nomadic code systems; Case studies systems for mobile robot systems; Guidance in an a priori unknown environment; Coaching/learning techniques; Pose maintenance, and mapping; Sensing for autonomous vehicles; Planning for autonomous vehicles; Mobile networks, Ad hoc networks and self-reconfigurable networks

ALCOC: Algorithms and theory for control and computation Control theory and specific characteristics; Types of computation theories; Tools for computation and control; Algorithms and data structures; Special algorithmic techniques; Algorithmic applications; Domain case studies; Technologies case studies for computation and control; Application-aware networking

MODEL: Modeling, virtualization, any-on-demand, MDA, SOA Modeling techniques, tools, methodologies, languages; Model-driven architectures (MDA); Service-oriented architectures (SOA); Utility computing frameworks and fundamentals; Enabled applications through virtualization; Small-scale virtualization methodologies and techniques; Resource containers, physical resource multiplexing, and segmentation; Large-scale virtualization methodologies and techniques; Management of virtualized systems; Platforms, tools, environments, and case studies; Making virtualization real; On-demand utilities; Adaptive enterprise; Managing utility-based systems; Development environments, tools, prototypes

SELF: Self-adaptability and self-management of context-aware systems Novel approaches to modeling and representing context adaptability, self-adaptability, and self-manageability; Models of computation for self-management context-aware systems; Use of MDA/MDD (Model Driven Architecture / Model Driven Development) for context-aware systems; Design methods for self-adaptable context-aware systems; Applications of advanced modeling languages to context self-adaptability; Methods for managing adding context to existing systems and context-conflict free systems; Architectures and middleware models for self-adaptable context-aware systems; Models of different adaptation and self-adaptation mechanisms (component-based adaptation approach, aspect oriented approach, etc.); System stability in the presence of context inconsistency; Learning and self-adaptability of context-aware systems; Business considerations and organizational modeling of self-adaptable context-aware systems; Performance evaluation of self-adaptable context-aware systems; Scalability of self-adaptable context-aware systems

KUI: Knowledge-based user interface
Evolving intelligent user interface for WWW; User interface design in autonomic systems; Adaptive interfaces in a knowledge-based design; Knowledge-based support for the user interface design process; Built-in knowledge in adaptive user interfaces; Requirements for interface knowledge representation; Levels for knowledge-based user interface; User interface knowledge on the dynamic behavior; Support techniques for knowledge-based user interfaces; Intelligent user interface for real-time systems; Planning-based control of interface animation; Model-based user interface design; Knowledge-based user interface migration; Automated user interface requirements discovery for scientific computing; Knowledge-based user interface management systems; 3D User interface design; Task-oriented knowledge user interfaces; User-interfaces in a domestic environment; Centralised control in the home; User-interfaces for the elderly or disabled; User-interfaces for the visually, aurally, or mobility impaired; Interfacing with ambient intelligence systems; Assisted living interfaces; Interfaces for security/alarm systems

AMMO: Adaptive management and mobility
QoE and adaptation in mobile environments; Content marking and management (i.e. MPEG21); Adaptive coding (H.265, FEC schemes, etc.. ); Admission control resource allocation algorithms; Monitoring and feedback systems; Link adaptation mechanisms; Cross layer approaches; Adaptation protocols (with IMS and NGNs scenarios); QoE vs NQoS mapping systems; Congestion control mechanisms; Fairness issues (fair sharing, bandwidth allocation…); Optimization/management mechanisms (MOO, fuzzy logic, machine learning, etc.)

ICAS Advisory Chairs
Michael Bauer, The University of Western Ontario – London, Canada Radu Calinescu, Aston University, UK Larbi Esmahi, Athabasca University, Canada Alex Galis, University College London, UK Michael Grottke, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany Antonio Liotta, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

ICAS Industry/Research Chairs
Andrew J. Cowell, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA Bruno Dillenseger, Orange Labs, France Kazuo Iwano, IBM Japan, Japan Marius Slavescu, Elegant Computing Services Inc., Canada Martin Zach, Communications, Media and Technology, Siemens AG, Austria

Committee: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2011/ComICAS11.html

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