One month remaining for the #RESACS #CFP for #Research on #RequirementsEngineering for #CPS and #SelfAdaptiveSystems

One Month Remaining!

Deadline: January 9th, 2017, 23:59h

Check out the Call for Papers, the Important Dates, and the Submission Page!

Submit your original research to RESACS, the Third International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Self- Adaptive and Cyber Physical Systems!

RESACS seeks original reports of novel ideas, emerging trends, and elaborations on the current state of practice and state of the art on any topic relevant for requirements engineering under special consideration of self-adaptation of systems and development processes, collaboration between systems, interaction between humans and systems, and cyber physicality of systems. System types include, but are not limited to Self- Adaptive Systems (SAS), Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), Collaborative Systems (CES), Interaction-Intensive Systems (IIS), Social Media Systems (SMS).

Topics include, but are not limited to:
Methods for Assessing the Requirements of SAS, CPS, CES, IIS, or SMS
Context Analysis and Domain Modeling for SAS, CPS, CES, IIS, or SMS
Collaboration of Systems, Humans, between Humans and Systems
Trustworthiness in SAS, CPS, CES, IIS, or SMS
Specification of Requirements for System Collaboration
Quality Assurance, Component Reuse, Design Space Exploration, and
Communication Strategies
Requirements Satisfaction
Runtime Adaptation, Runtime Decision Making, and Planning
Dealing with Uncertainty during Development or at Runtime
Benefits and Application Areas of SAS, CPS, CES, IIS, or SMS

We accept original manuscripts in English with strict adherence to the Springer LNCS format for the following categories:
·         Full Papers (up to 15 pages): New Methods, Transfer of Existing Approaches,
Empirical Validation, Case Studies, Industry & Experience Reports
·         Short Papers (up to 6 pages): Problem Statements, Vision Papers, Position
Papers, New Ideas and Directions, Initial Evaluations
·         Poster Papers (up to 4 pages): Tool Presentations, Meta-Modelling
Approaches, Very Initial Research Ideas without Evaluation

Check out the Call for Papers, the Important Dates, and the Submission Page!

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About tenbergen

Bastian Tenbergen is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the State University of New York at Oswego, USA. His research interests focus on requirements engineering, conceptual modeling, context analysis, and safety assessment.
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