Faré | 12 Aug 15:43 2015
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Fwd: Google Code shutdown

Ian's answer.

—♯ƒ • François-René ÐVB Rideau •Reflection&Cybernethics• http://fare.tunes.org
"If you do not pick the simplest explanation, you're being manipulated." —
and if you're being manipulated, you're an agent of EVIL.
For only EVIL specializes in manipulation.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Ian Piumarta <piumarta <at> gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 8:27 AM
Subject: Re: [Fonc] Google Code shutdown
To: Norman Nunley <nnunley <at> gmail.com>, Faré <fahree <at> gmail.com>, Julian
Leviston <julian <at> leviston.net>

Dear Norman, François, Julian,

(Sorry for the direct-mail spam.  For silly reasons, I cannot post to
that list any more.)

The code.google repo was always just a copy of my Mercurial repo,
which is (and will continue to be, Network Solutions' occasional
attempts to repossess my domains notwithstanding) reified here:

http://piumarta.com/software/maru/

That page includes both the `original' version (the one on Google
code) and a newer version (which had a better, almost real, compiler
but didn't quite reach the point of self-support before I lost
momentum).

(Continue reading)

Norman Nunley | 12 Aug 05:05 2015
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Google Code shutdown

It appears that the Maru repository has not yet been migrated to github. (See: https://code.google.com/p/support/wiki/ReadOnlyTransition ) Were there any plans to make that happen? Is there still interest in the project?

The primary benefit for doing so is that the read-only page will provide a redirecting link to the new repository location. It will also preserve any change history that managed to make it to the repository.

Norman


<div><div dir="ltr">It appears that the Maru repository has not yet been migrated to github. (See: <a href="https://code.google.com/p/support/wiki/ReadOnlyTransition">https://code.google.com/p/support/wiki/ReadOnlyTransition</a> ) Were there any plans to make that happen? Is there still interest in the project?<div><br></div>
<div>The primary benefit for doing so is that the read-only page will provide a redirecting link to the new repository location. It will also preserve any change history that managed to make it to the repository.</div>
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<div>Norman<br><div><br></div>
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José María Conejero | 4 Aug 11:59 2015
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Modularity '16 Call for Contributions

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*** MODULARITY '16 ***

15th International Conference on Modularity
March 14-17, 2016
Málaga, Spain


*** CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS ***

* Research Results and Modularity Visions tracks
  October 30, 2015 - Abstract submission (recommended)
  November 6, 2015- Paper submission

ABOUT MODULARITY

Modularity shapes the quality of information systems, software, and system production processes. Modularity influences system diversity, dependability, performance, evolution, the structure and the dynamics of the organizations that produce systems, human understanding and management of systems, and ultimately system value.

Yet the nature of and possibilities for modularity remain poorly understood, such things as the limits to modularity, the mechanisms needed to achieve it in given forms, and its costs and benefits. Significant advances in modularity are possible and promise to yield breakthroughs in our ability to conceive, design, develop, validate, integrate, deploy, operate, and evolve modern information systems and their underlying software artifacts.

Modularity at the semantic as well as the syntactic level is a key enabler for the expression of high quality software systems. One of the most important techniques for complexity management during the creation of software is abstraction. Novel concepts and abstraction mechanisms are a focus point for improvements in the support for modularity. The scope of this conference covers all perspectives on software systems in all their life-cycle phases, such as the following:
- domain analysis
- case studies on modularity or the lack thereof
- programming language constructs
- runtime environments and library support
- formal proofs of system properties
- program state visualization in debuggers
- performance improvements in compiler algorithms

The 2016 edition of the Modularity conference (formerly AOSD) sets out to advance our understanding of these issues and the expressive power of new and known techniques.

RESEARCH RESULTS AND MODULARITY VISIONS:

Modularity 2016 invites papers for its Research Results and Modularity Visions tracks presenting compelling insights into modularity in information systems, including its nature, forms, mechanisms, consequences, limits, costs, and benefits.

Proceedings will appear in the ACM Digital Library.

All submissions are peer reviewed in accordance with the highest established standards of scientific rigor. Reviewers assess works in terms of research problem formulations, novelty and sophistication of proposed solutions, clarity and significance of contributions, and correct characterization of work in relation to existing knowledge.

Papers submitted to the Research Results track should present research results supported by proper design and execution of experimental or analytical assessments and sound interpretation of data.

Papers submitted to the Modularity Visions track are examined as scientific research proposals discussing compelling preliminary results or worked-out prototypes or proposals for sound future experimental or analytical assessments and interpretation of data. The scope of Modularity Visions is broad and open to submissions from all areas of computer science.

SUBMISSIONS, SELECTION PROCESS AND PROCEEDINGS 

Submissions should not have been published previously nor under review at other events. Research papers should describe work that advances the current state of the art. Experience papers should be of broad interest and should describe insights gained from substantive practical applications. The program committee will evaluate each contributed paper based on its relevance, significance, clarity, length, and originality.

Papers are to be submitted electronically at http://cyberchairpro.borbala.net/modularitypapers/submit/ for Research Results and http://cyberchairpro.borbala.net/modularityvisionspapers/submit/ for Modularity Visions in PDF format. Submissions must be in the ACM format (see http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Author/, 10 point font) and not exceed 12 pages for regular papers and 4 pages for short papers. Short papers need to be labelled as such.

Note: In previous years, the conference had two rounds of submissions and reviews. Starting this year, Modularity 2016 will run a single-round two-phase reviewing process to help authors make their final papers the best that they can be. After the first phase, papers will be rejected, conditionally accepted, or unconditionally accepted. Conditionally accepted papers will be given a list of issues raised by reviewers. Authors must then submit a revised version of the paper with a cover letter explaining how they have or why they have not addressed these issues. The program committee will then consider the cover letter and revised paper, and recommend final acceptance or rejection. The second phase will only be used to elevate promising papers to the conference standard, not to require additional work of papers already deemed up to standard. All papers will remain under submission until the authors receive notification of acceptance or rejection.

All submitted papers are peer reviewed. Accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library.

TOPICS OF INTEREST 

Modularity welcomes papers on topics that include, but are not limited to the following:
- new modularity mechanisms in programming, modeling, and domain-specific languages
- evaluation of modularity mechanisms in case studies
- understanding modularity in the context of development processes, collaboration, and organizational aspects
- role of modularity in the evolution of software systems
- measuring modularity
- modular re-engineering of legacy code
- domain analysis
- mathematics of modular paradigms for (automated) software construction
- module (feature) interactions
- novel module verification and testing techniques
- mining software repositories to develop theories related to modularity
- cost-benefit models of modularity mechanisms and techniques
- usability of interfaces and modularity mechanisms
- modularity supported by tools, such as view extraction, visualization, recommendation, and refactoring tools

IMPORTANT DATES

Abstracts (recommended) 
October 30, 2015 (Fri)

Papers (Research Results and Modularity Visions)
November 6, 2015 (Fri)

Primary notification
December 11, 2015 (Fri)

Revised papers due
January 8, 2016 (Fri)

Final notifications
January 22, 2016 (Fri)

Camera ready versions due
February 5, 2016 (Fri)

PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIRS

Research Results
- Don Batory, The University of Texas at Austin, USA (batory-NZpS4cJIG2HvQtjrzfazuQ@public.gmane.org)

Modularity Visions
- Krzysztof Czarnecki, University of Waterloo, Canada (kczarnec-K2/wOtV3zUiyWyQxGK9kgA@public.gmane.org)

PROGRAM COMMITTEES 

Research Results

- Mehmet Akşit, University of Twente, The Netherlands
- Jo Atlee, University of Waterloo, Canada
- Walter Cazzola, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
- Shigeru Chiba, The University of Tokyo, Japan
- Oscar Díaz, University of the Basque Country, Spain
- Gregor Engels, University of Paderborn, Germany
- Ismael Figueroa, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso, Chile
- Pascal Fradet, Inria Rhône-Alpes, France
- Jesús J. García Molina , Catedrático Escuela Universitaria, Spain
- Jeff Gray, University of Alabama, USA
- George Heineman, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
- Ralf Lämmel, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
- Peter D Mosses, Swansea University, UK
- James Noble, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
- Jacques Noyé, École des Mines de Nantes, France
- Bruno C. d. S. Oliveira, The University of Hong Kong
- Hridesh Rajan, Iowa State University, USA
- Awais Rashid, Lancaster University, UK
- Julia Rubin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- Guido Salvaneschi, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
- Norbert Siegmund, University of Passau, Germany
- Yannis Smaragdakis, University of Athens, Greece
- Eli Tilevich, Virginia Tech, USA
- Salva Trujillo, IK4-IKERLAN, Spain
- Steffen Zschaler, King’s College London, UK

Modularity Visions

- Thorsten Berger, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
- Claus Brabrand, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Richard P. Gabriel, IBM Research Almaden, USA
- Christian Kaestner, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Gail Murphy, University of British Columbia, Canada
- Sarah Nadi, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
- Yoshiki Ohshima, SAP Labs & Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
- Klaus Ostermann, University of Tuebingen, Germany
- Richard Paige, University of York, UK
- Andrzej Wasowski, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

For additional information, clarification, or answers to questions please contact the Program Committee Chairs.

________________________________________________________________

José María Conejero Manzano
Quercus Software Engineering Group.
Assistant Professor, Universidad de Extremadura
Escuela Politécnica, Avda. de la Universidad, s/n. 10071 - Cáceres (Spain)
(  +34 927 257 100 (ext. 57563)
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<div>*** MODULARITY '16 ***</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>15th International Conference on Modularity</div>
<div>March 14-17, 2016</div>
<div>M&aacute;laga, Spain</div>
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<a href="http://2016.modularity.info/" target="_blank">http://2016.modularity.info/</a> &nbsp;&nbsp;</div>
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<div><br></div>
<div>*** CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS ***</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>* Research Results and Modularity Visions tracks</div>
<div>&nbsp; October 30, 2015 - Abstract submission (recommended)</div>
<div>&nbsp; November 6, 2015- Paper submission</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>ABOUT MODULARITY</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Modularity shapes the quality of information systems, software, and system production processes. Modularity influences system diversity, dependability, performance, evolution, the structure and the dynamics of the organizations that produce systems, human understanding and management of systems, and ultimately system value.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Yet the nature of and possibilities for modularity remain poorly understood, such things as the limits to modularity, the mechanisms needed to achieve it in given forms, and its costs and benefits. Significant advances in modularity are possible and promise to yield breakthroughs in our ability to conceive, design, develop, validate, integrate, deploy, operate, and evolve modern information systems and their underlying software artifacts.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Modularity at the semantic as well as the syntactic level is a key enabler for the expression of high quality software systems. One of the most important techniques for complexity management during the creation of software is abstraction. Novel concepts and abstraction mechanisms are a focus point for improvements in the support for modularity. The scope of this conference covers all perspectives on software systems in all their life-cycle phases, such as the following:</div>
<div>- domain analysis</div>
<div>- case studies on modularity or the lack thereof</div>
<div>- programming language constructs</div>
<div>- runtime environments and library support</div>
<div>- formal proofs of system properties</div>
<div>- program state visualization in debuggers</div>
<div>- performance improvements in compiler algorithms</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>The 2016 edition of the Modularity conference (formerly AOSD) sets out to advance our understanding of these issues and the expressive power of new and known techniques.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>RESEARCH RESULTS AND MODULARITY VISIONS:</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Modularity 2016 invites papers for its Research Results and Modularity Visions tracks presenting compelling insights into modularity in information systems, including its nature, forms, mechanisms, consequences, limits, costs, and benefits.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Proceedings will appear in the ACM Digital Library.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>All submissions are peer reviewed in accordance with the highest established standards of scientific rigor. Reviewers assess works in terms of research problem formulations, novelty and sophistication of proposed solutions, clarity and significance of contributions, and correct characterization of work in relation to existing knowledge.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Papers submitted to the Research Results track should present research results supported by proper design and execution of experimental or analytical assessments and sound interpretation of data.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Papers submitted to the Modularity Visions track are examined as scientific research proposals discussing compelling preliminary results or worked-out prototypes or proposals for sound future experimental or analytical assessments and interpretation of data. The scope of Modularity Visions is broad and open to submissions from all areas of computer science.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>SUBMISSIONS, SELECTION PROCESS AND PROCEEDINGS&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Submissions should not have been published previously nor under review at other events. Research papers should describe work that advances the current state of the art. Experience papers should be of broad interest and should describe insights gained from substantive practical applications. The program committee will evaluate each contributed paper based on its relevance, significance, clarity, length, and originality.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Papers are to be submitted electronically at <a href="http://cyberchairpro.borbala.net/modularitypapers/submit/" target="_blank">http://cyberchairpro.borbala.net/modularitypapers/submit/</a> for Research Results and <a href="http://cyberchairpro.borbala.net/modularityvisionspapers/submit/" target="_blank">http://cyberchairpro.borbala.net/modularityvisionspapers/submit/</a> for Modularity Visions in PDF format. Submissions must be in the ACM format (see <a href="http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Author/" target="_blank">http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Author/</a>, 10 point font) and not exceed 12 pages for regular papers and 4 pages for short papers. Short papers need to be labelled as such.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Note: In previous years, the conference had two rounds of submissions and reviews. Starting this year, Modularity 2016 will run a single-round two-phase reviewing process to help authors make their final papers the best that they can be. After the first phase, papers will be rejected, conditionally accepted, or unconditionally accepted. Conditionally accepted papers will be given a list of issues raised by reviewers. Authors must then submit a revised version of the paper with a cover letter explaining how they have or why they have not addressed these issues. The program committee will then consider the cover letter and revised paper, and recommend final acceptance or rejection. The second phase will only be used to elevate promising papers to the conference standard, not to require additional work of papers already deemed up to standard. All papers will remain under submission until the authors receive notification of acceptance or rejection.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>All submitted papers are peer reviewed. Accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>TOPICS OF INTEREST&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div><div>Modularity welcomes papers on topics that include, but are not limited to the following:</div></div>
<div>- new modularity mechanisms in programming, modeling, and domain-specific languages</div>
<div>- evaluation of modularity mechanisms in case studies</div>
<div>- understanding modularity in the context of development processes, collaboration, and organizational aspects</div>
<div>- role of modularity in the evolution of software systems</div>
<div>- measuring modularity</div>
<div>- modular re-engineering of legacy code</div>
<div>- domain analysis</div>
<div>- mathematics of modular paradigms for (automated) software construction</div>
<div>- module (feature) interactions</div>
<div>- novel module verification and testing techniques</div>
<div>- mining software repositories to develop theories related to modularity</div>
<div>- cost-benefit models of modularity mechanisms and techniques</div>
<div>- usability of interfaces and modularity mechanisms</div>
<div>- modularity supported by tools, such as view extraction, visualization, recommendation, and refactoring tools</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>IMPORTANT DATES</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Abstracts (recommended)&nbsp;</div>
<div>October 30, 2015 (Fri)</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Papers (Research Results and Modularity Visions)</div>
<div>November 6, 2015 (Fri)</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Primary notification</div>
<div>December 11, 2015 (Fri)</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Revised papers due</div>
<div>January 8, 2016 (Fri)</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Final notifications</div>
<div>January 22, 2016 (Fri)</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Camera ready versions due</div>
<div>February 5, 2016 (Fri)</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIRS</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Research Results</div>
<div>- Don Batory, The University of Texas at Austin, USA (<a href="mailto:batory@..." target="_blank">batory@...</a>)</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Modularity Visions</div>
<div>- Krzysztof Czarnecki, University of Waterloo, Canada (<a href="mailto:kczarnec@..." target="_blank">kczarnec@...</a>)</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>PROGRAM COMMITTEES&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Research Results</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>- Mehmet Ak&#351;it, University of Twente, The Netherlands</div>
<div>- Jo Atlee, University of Waterloo, Canada</div>
<div>- Walter Cazzola, Universit&agrave; degli Studi di Milano, Italy</div>
<div>- Shigeru Chiba, The University of Tokyo, Japan</div>
<div>- Oscar D&iacute;az, University of the Basque Country, Spain</div>
<div>- Gregor Engels, University of Paderborn, Germany</div>
<div>- Ismael Figueroa, Pontificia Universidad Cat&oacute;lica de Valparaiso, Chile</div>
<div>- Pascal Fradet, Inria Rh&ocirc;ne-Alpes, France</div>
<div>- Jes&uacute;s J. Garc&iacute;a Molina , Catedr&aacute;tico Escuela Universitaria, Spain</div>
<div>- Jeff Gray, University of Alabama, USA</div>
<div>- George Heineman, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA</div>
<div>- Ralf L&auml;mmel, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany</div>
<div>- Peter D Mosses, Swansea University, UK</div>
<div>- James Noble, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand</div>
<div>- Jacques Noy&eacute;, &Eacute;cole des Mines de Nantes, France</div>
<div>- Bruno C. d. S. Oliveira, The University of Hong Kong</div>
<div>- Hridesh Rajan, Iowa State University, USA</div>
<div>- Awais Rashid, Lancaster University, UK</div>
<div>- Julia Rubin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA</div>
<div>- Guido Salvaneschi, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany</div>
<div>- Norbert Siegmund, University of Passau, Germany</div>
<div>- Yannis Smaragdakis, University of Athens, Greece</div>
<div>- Eli Tilevich, Virginia Tech, USA</div>
<div>- Salva Trujillo, IK4-IKERLAN, Spain</div>
<div>- Steffen Zschaler, King&rsquo;s College London, UK</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Modularity Visions</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>- Thorsten Berger, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden</div>
<div>- Claus Brabrand, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark</div>
<div>- Richard P. Gabriel, IBM Research Almaden, USA</div>
<div>- Christian Kaestner, Carnegie Mellon University, USA</div>
<div>- Gail Murphy, University of British Columbia, Canada</div>
<div>- Sarah Nadi, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany</div>
<div>- Yoshiki Ohshima, SAP Labs &amp; Viewpoints Research Institute, USA</div>
<div>- Klaus Ostermann, University of Tuebingen, Germany</div>
<div>- Richard Paige, University of York, UK</div>
<div>- Andrzej Wasowski, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark</div>
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<div>For additional information, clarification, or answers to questions please contact the Program Committee Chairs.</div>
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Call for participation: SASO'15, 21-25 September, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts

(Please accept our apologies if you receive multiple copies of this call)

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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

The Ninth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and 
Self-Organizing Systems
(SASO 2015)

MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts; 21-25 September 2015

https://saso2015.mit.edu/

Part of FAS* -- Foundation and Applications of Self-* Computing Conferences
Co-located with:
The International Conference on Cloud and Autonomic Computing (CAC 2015)
The 15th IEEE Peer-to-Peer Computing Conference (P2P 2015)

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GREATLY REDUCED HOTEL RATES AVAILABLE TILL AUGUST 21!

The 2015 edition of the SASO conference series will be held in 
Cambridge, Massachusetts, and hosted by MIT in the week of September 21 
to September 25, 2015.

The aim of the Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing systems conference 
series (SASO) is to provide a forum for the foundations of a principled 
approach to engineering systems, networks and services based on 
self-adaptation and self-organization. The ninth edition of the SASO 
conference embraces the inter-disciplinarity and the scientific, 
empirical and application dimensions of self-* systems; it thus aims to 
attract participants with different backgrounds, to foster 
cross-pollination between research fields, and to expose and discuss 
innovative theories, design principles, frameworks, methodologies, 
tools, and applications.

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Registration

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The Early Registration deadline is September 4, 2015.
Deadline for reduced hotel rates is August 21, 2015.

Registration is available at:
https://saso2015.mit.edu/registration

A single registration fee includes access to the main conference, 
tutorials,
workshops, and the doctoral symposium. Moreover, it includes a 
conference kit
with  electronic proceedings, all coffee breaks, lunches, free entrance 
to the
Welcome Reception and Conference Dinner.

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Technical Program

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We are happy to announce that we will be able to offer six keynotes 
together with CAC and P2P, including among others:
* Albert-László Barabási, Center for Complex Network Research - Barabási 
Lab, Northeastern University Physics Department
* Yang-Yu Liu, Harvard Medical School
* Azer Bestavros, Boston University
* Ozalp Babaoglu, University of Bologna.

Full papers:
* An Approach to Robust Resource Allocation in Large-Scale Systems of 
Systems
* Multi-satellite mission planning using a self-adaptive multi-agent system
* Distributed Recovery for Enterprise Services
* Self-organising Zooms for Decentralised Redundancy Management in 
Visual Sensor Networks
* Active Learning for Efficient Sampling of Control Models of Collectives
* Distributed Current Flow Betweenness Centrality
* Multi-agent Self-organization and Reorganization to Adapt M2M 
Infrastructures
* Darwin in Smart Power Grids - Evolutionary Game Theory for Analyzing 
Self-Organization in Demand-Side Aggregation
* A Generic Social Capital Framework for Optimising Self-Organised 
Collective Action
* Foraging-inspired Self-organisation for Terrain Exploration with 
Failure-prone Agents
* Efficient Engineering of Complex Self-Organizing Systems by 
Self-Stabilising Fields
* PeerMatcher: Decentralized Partnership Formation
* Combining Conflicting Environmental and Task Requirements in 
Evolutionary Robotics
* Self-managed sensor network scheduling using Bayesian dynamic linear 
models

Short papers:
* A Mutual Influence Detection Algorithm for Systems with Local 
Performance Measurement
* Value-Sensitive Design of Self-Organisation
* Ashbian homeostasis as non-autonomous adaptation
* Reciprocal Agents for Self-Organization in Large-Scale Allocation 
Problems

Posters:
* Social Amoeba Dictyostelium Discoideum As an Inspiration for Swarm 
Robotics
* Creating Complex Applications Via Self-Adapting Autonomous Agents in 
an Intelligent System Framework
* Self-directed weight management by feedback from a self-adaptive 
metabolic health monitoring system
* Cyber-Physical-Social System Self-Organization: Ontology-Based 
Multi-Level Approach and Case Study
* Citizen-driven flood mapping in Jakarta - A self-organising 
socio-technical system
* Hierarchical Service-Oriented Architecture for Development of 
Autonomic Systems
* Sustainable Safety in Mobile Multi-Robot Systems via Collective 
Adaptation
* Towards a spatial language for run-time assessments in self-organizing 
systems

Demo:
* Towards Self-Adaptation on Real-World Hardware: a Preliminary 
Lightweight Programming Framework

In addition, six workshops are planned to be available to conference 
attendees free of charge:
* 3rd Workshop on Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems (FoCAS) 
http://focas.eu/saso-2015/
* 2nd Workshop on Quality Assurance for Self-Adaptive, Self-Organising 
Systems (QA4SASO) http://qa4saso.isse.de
* 1st Workshop on Spatial and COllective PErvasive Computing Systems 
(SCOPES) http://www.spatial-computing.org/scopes
* 9th Workshop on Dynamic Software Product Lines (DSPL) 
http://www.lero.ie/dspl2015
* Workshop on Diagnosing, Reacting, Evading And Manoeuvring (DREAM) 
http://www.dollabs.com/saso2015ahansdreamworkshop
* 3rd Workshop on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organising Socio-Technical 
Systems (SASO^ST) http://sasost.isse.de

Several tutorials, including:
* "Enabling Software-Defined Federations using CometCloud". Organizers: 
Javier Diaz-Montes, Manish Parashar (Rutgers University)
* "Fundamentals of Autonomic Cloud Security". Organizer: Salim Hariri 
(University of Arizona)

Doctoral symposium, including research ideas on:
* Cross layer Anomaly based intrusion detection system
* Testing Self-Organizing, Adaptive Systems
* Incentive Mechanisms for Social Computing
* Quality trade-offs in self-protecting systems
* Network Attack Detection and Mitigation
* Multi-Agent Collaboration in Distributed Self-Adaptive Systems
* Keynote by Dr. Jeremy Pitt (Imperial College London): "How To Get a 
PhD in Self-Organizing Systems"

The detailed program of scientific papers and posters is available at:
https://saso2015.mit.edu/accepted-papers

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Social events

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Welcome Reception at the MIT Museum (Tuesday)
http://web.mit.edu/museum/

Dinner Cruise in Boston Bay (Wednesday)

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Venue and accommodation

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The conference will take place at the Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel at 
the edge of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. There are special 
rates available for participants. For more information, please refer to 
http://saso2015.mit.edu/venue

Greatly reduced rates for rooms at the conference hotel are available 
until August 21. Details are available at http://saso2015.mit.edu/venue

Hotels near the venue may be found at the MIT Institute Events site:
http://web.mit.edu/institute-events/visitor/stay.html

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Organisation

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General Chairs
Howard E Shrobe, MIT CSAIL, Cambridge, MA, USA
Julie A McCann, Imperial College London, UK

Programme Chairs
Gregory Sullivan, Draper Labs, Cambridge, MA, USA
Emma Hart, Director CEC, Edingurgh Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland
Jan-Philipp Steghöfer, University of Gothenburg and Chalmers Technical 
University, Gothenburg, Sweden

Local Arrangements Chair
Paul Robertson, Dynamic Object Labs, Lexington, MA, USA

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Call for Papers: SASO 2015 Workshops

(Please accept our apologies if you receive multiple copies of this call)

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CALL FOR PAPERS : SASO 2015 WORKSHOPS (http://saso2015.mit.edu/workshops) :

- 3rd Workshop on Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems (FoCAS, 
http://focas.eu/saso-2015/)

- 2nd Workshop on Quality Assurance for Self-Adaptive, Self-Organising 
Systems (QA4SASO, http://qa4saso.isse.de)

- 1st Workshop on Spatial and COllective PErvasive Computing Systems 
(SCOPES, http://www.spatial-computing.org/scopes)

- 9th Workshop on Dynamic Software Product Lines (DSPL, 
http://www.lero.ie/dspl2015)

- Workshop on Diagnosing, Reacting, Evading And Maneuvering (DREAM, 
http://www.dollabs.com/saso2015ahansdreamworkshop)

- 3rd Workshop on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organising Socio-Technical 
Systems (SASO^ST, http://sasost.isse.de)

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   Important Dates
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- Paper Submission Deadline: July 11, 2015
- Paper Acceptance Notification: July 31, 2015
- Workshops dates: September 21 & 25, 2015
- SASO conference : 21-25 September 2015, Boston Massachusetts, 
https://saso2015.mit.edu/

(SASO Call for Doctoral Symposium reminder, abstract submission deadline 
approaching : https://saso2015.mit.edu/call-doctoral-symposium
- Abstract Submission Deadline: June 1, 2015
- Paper Submission Deadline: June 15, 2015
- Notifications of Acceptance: July 3, 2015)

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3rd Workshop on Fundamentals of Collective Adaptive Systems (FoCAS)
Monday, 21st September 2015
http://focas.eu/saso-2015/
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Scientific Organizers
     Professor Giacomo Cabri (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia)
     Dr. Nicola Capodieci (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia)

Collective Adaptive Systems (CAS) is a broad term that describes large 
scale systems that comprise of many units/nodes, each of which may have 
their own individual properties, objectives and actions. Decision-making 
in such a system is distributed and possibly highly dispersed, and 
interaction between the units may lead to the emergence of unexpected 
phenomena. CASs are open, in that nodes may enter or leave the 
collective at any time, and boundaries between CASs are fluid. The units 
can be highly heterogeneous (computers, robots, agents, devices, 
biological entities, etc.), each operating at different temporal and 
spatial scales, and having different (potentially conflicting) 
objectives and goals, even if often the system has a global goal that is 
pursued by means of collective actions. Our society increasingly depends 
on such systems, in which collections of heterogeneous ‘technological’ 
nodes are tightly entangled with human and social structures to form 
‘artificial societies’. Yet, to properly exploit them, we need to 
develop a deeper scientific understanding of the principles by which 
they operate, in order to better design them. This workshop solicits 
papers that address new methodologies, theories and principles that can 
be used in order to develop a better understanding of the fundamental 
factors underpinning the operation of such systems, so that we can 
better design, build, and analyse such systems. We welcome 
inter-disciplinary approaches.

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2nd Workshop on Quality Assurance for Self-Adaptive, Self-Organising 
Systems (QA4SASO)
Monday, 21st September 2015
http://qa4saso.isse.de
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Scientific Organizers
     Wolfgang Reif, University of Augsburg, Germany
     Franz Wotawa, University Graz, Austria
     Benedikt Eberhardinger, University of Augsburg, Germany

Developing self-adaptive, self-organising systems that fulfil the 
requirements of different stakeholders is no sim- ple matter. Quality 
assurance is required at each phase of the entire development process, 
starting from re- quirements elicitation, system architecture design, 
agent design, and finally in the implementation of the sys- tem. The 
quality of the artefacts from each development phase affects the rest of 
the system, since all parts are closely related to each other. 
Furthermore, the shift of adaption decisions from design-time to 
run-time – necessitated by the need of the systems to adapt to changing 
circumstances – makes it difficult, but even more essential, to assure 
high quality standards in these kind of systems. Accordingly, the 
analysis and evaluation of these self-* systems has to take into account 
the specific operational context to achieve high quality standards. The 
necessity to investigate this field has already been recognized and 
addressed in different communities but so far there exists no platform 
to bring all these communities together. Therefore, the workshop will 
provide an open stage for discussions about the different aspects of 
quality assurance for self-adaptive, self-organising systems.

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1st Workshop on Spatial and COllective PErvasive Computing Systems (SCOPES)
Monday, 21st September 2015
http://www.spatial-computing.org/scopes
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Scientific Organizers
     Mirko Viroli (Universita di Bologna, Italy)
     Jacob Beal (Raytheon BBN Technologies, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA)
     Jane Hillston (University of Edinburgh, UK)

This workshop aims at combining three distinct, yet closely related 
areas of research, which will likely together play a major role in 
producing the key technical results needed to develop large-scale 
adaptive distributed systems of future networked scenarios:
     * Spatial computing – Spatial computing systems are systems of 
individual entities, typically situated in a physical environment,
     in which the “functional goals” of the system are generally defined 
in terms of the system’s spatial structure. Typically, such systems are 
developed following a self-organisation approach,
     making spatial patterns arise by emergence.
     * Collective adaptive systems – Collective computing systems are 
systems of tightly entangled components, achieving an overall goal 
through widespread cooperation,
     typically relying on self-adaptation techniques and 
collective/social intelligence.
     * Pervasive computing – Pervasive computing systems and the 
“Internet of Things” deal with current and emerging scenarios in which 
humans, sensors, mobile, and embedded
     devices engage in complex interactions in a shared environment.

The goal of this workshop is to foster the creation of general-purpose 
solutions for supporting the develop- ment of these kinds of systems, 
particularly as regards generalizable techniques and architectures.

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9th Workshop on Dynamic Software Product Lines (DSPL)
Friday, 25th September 2015
http://www.lero.ie/dspl2015
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Scientific Organizers
     Mike Hinchey (Lero, Ireland)
     Klaus Schmid (University of Hildesheim, Germany)
     Sooyong Park (Sogang University, South Korea)
     Peter Ho Ing (Sogang University, South Korea)

In domains such as ubiquitous and pervasive computing, service robotics, 
unmanned aerial vehicles, etc., the importance and complexity of 
software are increasing more than ever. These domains are characterized 
above all by extensive variation both in requirements and resource 
constraints. The Software Product Line (SPL) approach has been receiving 
increased attention as a means to cope with this, specifically as 
software engineers and developers are faced with increasing pressure to 
deliver high-quality software more quickly and economically. More 
importantly, modern computing and network environments demand a high 
degree of adaptability from software systems. Computing environments, 
user requirements and interface mechanisms between software and hardware 
devices like sensors may change dynamically during run-time. Therefore, 
in these kinds of dynamic environments, application of SPL needs to be 
changed from a static perspective to a dynamic perspective, where 
systems capable of modifying their own behavior with respect to changes 
in its operating environment are achieved by dynamically rebinding 
variation points at runtime. This is the idea of Dynamic Software 
Product Lines (DSPL). Dynamic Software Product Lines is an emerging and 
promising area of research with clear overlaps to other areas of 
research besides SPL, notably: Self-* (adapting/managing/healing, …) 
systems, dynamic architectures and Engineering.

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Workshop on Diagnosing, Reacting, Evading And Maneuvering (DREAM)
Friday, September 25th 2015
http://www.dollabs.com/saso2015ahansdreamworkshop
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Scientific Organizers
     Scott Alexander (Applied Communication Sciences, USA)
     Paul Robertson (DOLL, Inc. USA)
     Greg Sullivan (Draper Labs)

Over the past decade the threat of cyber attacks on critical commercial 
and government infrastructure has been growing at an alarming rate to a 
point where it is now considered to be a major threat in the world. 
Current approaches to cyber security involve building fast-growing 
multi-million line systems that attempt to detect and remove attacking 
software. Meanwhile, cyber exploits continue to multiply in number, but 
their size continues to be a couple of hundred lines of code. Related 
factors are that the defenders have to defend the entire system where 
attackers only have to find a single hole. These disparities of effort 
means that the current defensive approaches to cyber security can at 
best fight a holding action. The workshop is intended to explore 
game-changing approaches to cyber security that focus on adaptation. 
There is a clear need to develop systems at both the host level and the 
network level to actively adapt to cyber attacks and to provide greater 
protection for networked computation at all levels. Adaptation provides 
the ability to dodge an attack but certain reactions can result in self 
denial-of-service attacks. Maneuvering can lead the attacker astray, 
even into a trap. For example reconfiguration of the network to move 
computation out of the line-of-fire while making the original 
configuration appear live to the attacker can not only lead the attacker 
away from important assets but also allow the attackers actions to be 
monitored. How can we diagnose the nature of an attack and how can such 
diagnoses help in surviving an attack?

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3rd Workshop on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organising Socio-Technical 
Systems (SASO^ST)
Friday, 25th September 2015
http://sasost.isse.de
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Scientific Organizers
     Gerrit Anders (University of Augsburg, Germany)
     Dr. Jean Botev (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
     Dr. Markus Esch (Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, 
Information Processing and Ergonomics, Germany)

The design and operation of computer systems has traditionally been 
driven by technical aspects and considerations. However, the usage 
characteristics of information and communication systems are both 
implicitly and explicitly determined by social interaction and the 
social graph of users. This aspect is becoming more and more evident 
with the increasing popularity of social network applications on the 
internet. This workshop will address all aspects of self-adaptive and 
self-organising mechanisms in socio- technical systems, covering 
different perspectives of this exciting research area ranging from 
normative and trust management systems to socio-inspired design 
strategies for distributed algorithms, collaboration platforms, and 
communication protocols. SASO ^ ST systems require a highly 
interdisciplinary approach, and the establishment of a research 
community around the creation of such systems is one of the workshop’s 
key objectives. For this purpose, the workshop brings together experts 
from areas such as distributed computer systems, complex systems, and 
the social sciences to present findings and elaborate on the topic in 
the following complementary topical sections as well as open panel 
discussion rounds.

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[CFP] DLS 2015

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                        C A L L   F O R   P A P E R S
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                        ======== DLS 2015 ===========

                   11th Dynamic Languages Symposium 2015
                               October, 2015
                   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
                          http://DLS2015.inria.fr

                        Co-located with SPLASH 2015
                      In association with ACM SIGPLAN

The 11th Dynamic Languages Symposium (DLS) at SPLASH 2015 is the
premier forum for researchers and practitioners to share knowledge and
research on dynamic languages, their implementation, and
applications. The influence of dynamic languages -- from Lisp to
Smalltalk to Python to Javascript -- on real-world practice and
research continues to grow.

DLS 2015 invites high quality papers reporting original research,
innovative contributions, or experience related to dynamic languages,
their implementation, and applications. Accepted papers will be
published in the ACM Digital Library, and freely available for 2 weeks
before and after the event itself.  Areas of interest include but are
not limited to:

    Innovative language features and implementation techniques
    Development and platform support, tools
    Interesting applications
    Domain-oriented programming
    Very late binding, dynamic composition, and run-time adaptation
    Reflection and meta-programming
    Software evolution
    Language symbiosis and multi-paradigm languages
    Dynamic optimization
    Hardware support
    Experience reports and case studies
    Educational approaches and perspectives
    Semantics of dynamic languages

== Invited Speaker ==

DLS is pleased to announce a talk by the following invited speaker:

  Eelco Visser: Declare your Language.

== Submissions and proceedings ==

Submissions should not have been published previously nor under review
at other events. Research papers should describe work that advances
the current state of the art. Experience papers should be of broad
interest and should describe insights gained from substantive
practical applications. The program committee will evaluate each
contributed paper based on its relevance, significance, clarity,
length, and originality.

Papers are to be submitted electronically at
http://www.easychair.org/conferences?conf=dls15 in PDF
format. Submissions must be in the ACM format (see
http://www.sigplan.org/authorInformation.htm) and not exceed 12
pages. Authors are reminded that brevity is a virtue.

DLS 2015 will run a two-phase reviewing process to help authors make
their final papers the best that they can be. After the first round of
reviews, papers will be rejected, conditionally accepted, or
unconditionally accepted. Conditionally accepted papers will be given
a list of issues raised by reviewers. Authors will then submit a
revised version of the paper with a cover letter explaining how they
have or why they have not addressed these issues. The reviewers will
then consider the cover letter and revised paper and recommend final
acceptance or rejection.

Accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library.
Important dates

    Abstract Submissions: Sun 7 Jun 2015
    Full Submissions: Sun 15 Jun 2015
    First phase notification: Mon 27 Jul 
    Revisions due: Mon 3 Aug
    Final notification: Mon 17 Aug
    Camera ready: Fri 21 21 Aug

Program chair

    Manuel Serrano, Inria Sophia-Antipolis,
        dls15@...

Program committee

    Carl Friedrich Bolz, DE
    William R. Cook, UTexas, USA
    Jonathan Edwards, MIT, USA
    John Field, Google, USA
    Matt Flatt, USA
    Elisa Gonzalez Boix, Vrije Universiteit, BE
    Robert Hirschfeld, Hasso-Plattner-Institut Potsdam, DE
    Benjamin Livshits, Microsoft, USA
    Crista Lopes, UC Irvine, USA
    Kevin Millikin, Google, DN
    James Noble, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
    Manuel Serrano, Inria, FR (General chair)
    Didier Verna, EPITA, FR
    Jan Vitek, Purdue, USA
    Joe Politz, Brown University, USA
    Olivier Tardieu, IBM, USA

SASO'15: Abstract Submission Extended to May 15, 2015

(Please accept our apologies if you receive multiple copies of this call)

Abstract submission : May 15, 2015 (extended from May 8)
Paper submission: May 22, 2015

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CALL FOR PAPERS

The Ninth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and 
Self-Organizing Systems
(SASO 2015)

Boston Massachusetts; 21-25 September 2015
https://saso2015.mit.edu/
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Part of FAS* - Foundation and Applications of Self* Computing Conferences
Collocated with:
The International Conference on Cloud and Autonomic Computing (CAC 2015)
The 15th IEEE Peer-to-Peer Computing Conference (P2P 2015)

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   Aims and Scope
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The aim of the Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing systems conference 
series (SASO) is to provide a forum for the foundations of a principled 
approach to engineering
systems, networks and services based on self-adaptation and 
self-organization. The complexity of current and emerging networks, 
software and services, especially
in dealing with dynamics in the environment and problem domain, has led 
the software engineering, distributed systems and management communities 
to look for
inspiration in diverse fields (e.g., complex systems, control theory, 
artificial intelligence, sociology, and biology) to find new ways of 
designing and managing
such computing systems. In this endeavor, self-organization and 
self-adaptation have emerged as two promising interrelated approaches. 
They form the basis for
many other self-* properties, such as self-configuration, self-healing, 
or self-optimization. Systems exhibiting such properties are often 
referred to as self-* systems.

The ninth edition of the SASO conference embraces the 
inter-disciplinarity and the scientific, empirical, and application 
dimensions of self-* systems and welcomes
novel results on both self-adaptive and self-organizing systems 
research. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Self-* systems theory: theoretical frameworks and models; 
biologically- and socially-inspired paradigms; inter-operation of self-* 
mechanisms;
- Self-* systems engineering: reusable mechanisms, design patterns, 
architectures, methodologies; software and middleware development 
frameworks and methods, platforms
and toolkits; hardware; self-* materials;
- Self-* system properties: robustness, resilience and stability; 
emergence; computational awareness and self-awareness; reflection;
- Self-* cyber-physical and socio-technical systems: human factors and 
visualization; self-* social computers; crowdsourcing and collective 
awareness; human-in-the-loop;
- Applications and experiences of self-* systems: cyber security, 
transportation, computational sustainability, big data and creative 
commons, power systems; swarm systems and robotics.
- Self-* in education: experience reports; curricula; innovative course 
concepts; methodological aspects of self-* systems education

Contributions must present novel theoretical or experimental results; 
novel design patterns, mechanisms, system architectures, frameworks or 
tools; or practical
approaches and experiences in building or deploying real-world systems 
and applications. Contributions contrasting different approaches for 
engineering a given
family of systems, or demonstrating the applicability of a certain 
approach for different systems, are equally encouraged. Likewise, papers 
describing substantial
innovation or insights in the use and communication of self-* systems in 
the classroom are welcome.

Where relevant and appropriate, accepted papers will also be encouraged 
to participate in the Demo or Poster Sessions.

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   Important Dates
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Abstract submission: May 15, 2015  (extended from May 8)
Paper submission: May 22, 2015 (There will be no extensions of this 
deadline!)
Notification: June 30, 2015
Camera ready copy due: July 17, 2015
Conference: September 21-25, 2015

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   Submission Instructions
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All submissions should be 10 pages and formatted according to the IEEE 
Computer Society Press proceedings style guide and submitted 
electronically in PDF format.
Please register as authors and submit your papers using the SASO 2015 
conference management system that will be announced on the website.

The proceedings will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press, and 
made available as a part of the IEEE Digital Library. Note that a 
separate Call for Poster Submissions
will also be issued.

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    Review Criteria
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Papers should present novel ideas in the cross-disciplinary research 
context described in this call, clearly motivated by problems from 
current practice or applied research.
We expect both theoretical and empirical contributions to be clearly 
stated, substantiated by formal analysis, simulation, experimental 
evaluations, comparative studies, and so on.
Appropriate reference must be made to related work. Because SASO is a 
cross-disciplinary conference, papers must be intelligible and relevant 
to researchers who are not
members of the same specialized sub-field.

Authors are also encouraged to submit papers describing applications. 
Application papers are expected to provide an indication of the real 
world relevance of the problem that is solved, including a description 
of the deployment domain, and some form of evaluation of performance, 
usability, or comparison to alternative approaches. Experience papers 
are also welcome but they must clearly state the insight into any aspect 
of design, implementation or management of self-* systems which is of 
benefit to practitioners and the SASO community.

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    Conference General Chairs
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Howard E Shrobe
MIT CSAIL, Cambridge, MA, USA

Julie A McCann
Imperial College London, UK

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    Program Chairs
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Emma Hart
Edinburgh Napier University

Gregory Sullivan
BAE Systems AIT

Jan-Philipp Steghöfer
University of Gothenburg, Sweden

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Kurt Stephens | 2 May 02:45 2015

Re: Earley parsing Explained: the parser

ftp://ftp.cs.indiana.edu/pub/scheme-repository/code/struct/tree.scm

or

https://gist.github.com/kstephens/a9e62c1cef01b91dc816

On 4/27/15 3:42 PM, Eugene Wallingford wrote:
>
>> Excellent!  I was revisiting Earley parsing last night, and I downloaded this:  ftp://ftp.cs.indiana.edu/pub/scheme-repository/code/lang/earley.scm
>
>       Thanks for the pointer.  Have you made it run?  If so, do you
>       have tree.scm, which this file requires?  The Scheme repo at
>       Indiana doesn't seem to have it.
>
> ---- Eugene
>
>> Thank You!
>> devdriven.com
>>
>> On 4/17/15 7:06 AM, Loup Vaillant-David wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I have just finished a chapter in my Earley parsing tutorial.  This
>>> one is about turning the recogniser into a full parser.  You can find
>>> it here:
>>>
>>>      http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/parser
>>>
>>> As always, criticism is most welcome.  This is mostly a first draft,
>>> which I intend to amend once I have some feedback.
>>>
>>> ---
>>>
>>> For those who haven't read the other chapters, here is the full list
>>> of what I have done so far:
>>>
>>> - Overview & introduction
>>>        http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/
>>>        http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/what-and-why
>>>        http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/chart-parsing
>>> - Recogniser:
>>>        http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/recogniser
>>>        http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/empty-rules
>>>        http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/right-recursion
>>> - Parser:
>>>        http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/parser
>>>
>>> (By the way, the earlier stuff is also open to criticism.)
>>>
>>> ---
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>> Loup.
>>>
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John Carlson | 27 Apr 03:08 2015
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WYDIWYG

Seems like we need to take "What you do is what you get" from testing and robotics and apply it to networking and user interfaces.  We've seen Bret Victor's work.  We've seen Rational Functional Tester.  We've  seen Pro/Intralink.  When do we get this functionality in hardware and foundational systems?  Why do we have to keep "adding-on" when it should be foundational?  Or is it really an add-on?

John

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<p dir="ltr">Seems like we need to take "What you do is what you get" from testing and robotics and apply it to networking and user interfaces.&nbsp; We've seen Bret Victor's work.&nbsp; We've seen Rational Functional Tester.&nbsp; We've&nbsp; seen Pro/Intralink.&nbsp; When do we get this functionality in hardware and foundational systems?&nbsp; Why do we have to keep "adding-on" when it should be foundational?&nbsp; Or is it really an add-on?</p>
<p dir="ltr">John</p>
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Loup Vaillant-David | 17 Apr 14:06 2015
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Earley parsing Explained: the parser

Hello,

I have just finished a chapter in my Earley parsing tutorial.  This
one is about turning the recogniser into a full parser.  You can find
it here:

    http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/parser

As always, criticism is most welcome.  This is mostly a first draft,
which I intend to amend once I have some feedback.

---

For those who haven't read the other chapters, here is the full list
of what I have done so far:

- Overview & introduction
      http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/
      http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/what-and-why
      http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/chart-parsing
- Recogniser:
      http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/recogniser
      http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/empty-rules
      http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/right-recursion
- Parser:
      http://loup-vaillant.fr/tutorials/earley-parsing/parser

(By the way, the earlier stuff is also open to criticism.)

---

Cheers,
Loup.

Sean DeNigris | 15 Apr 17:55 2015
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OMeta Source-to-source Translation

I read the paper at http://www.vpri.org/pdf/m2008001_parseback.pdf and would like to play with
source-to-source translation. Is there a known way to load the necessary code, or an image available with
the necessary code?

My investigation: I found
http://tinlizzie.org/updates/exploratory/updates/0702BoldlyCode-2Way-B-tk.cs via google, but
filing into Squeak 4.5 fails due to unmet dependencies. I can no longer find the link that IIRC used to be
available for the Moshi image.

Thanks,
Sean


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