The primary goal of the workshop series on Modelling
in Software Engineering @ ICSE is to foster exchange of innovative ideas on the use of models in software engineering. Another major goal of this workshop is to promote cross-fertilization between the model-driven development (MDD) communities and software engineering communities.
Previous versions of the workshop (2007–2009) showed that while there is great interest in collaborations across these communities, there are differences in terminologies and concepts that need to be harmonized for effective communication to take place. In the 2009 workshop, we had substantial discussions that led to an alignment of concepts. The results of these discussions provide a good foundation for further collaborative work involving researchers from these communities. The workshop series aims to provide forums for discussing and critically analyzing modeling techniques with respect to their purposes in software engineering processes. Participants engage in the exchange of innovative technical ideas and experiences related to modeling, including, modeling notations, abstraction techniques, modeling strategies, and use of models in development activities, including, system configuration, testing, and product line variability management. The next MiSE workshop will held at ICSE 2013 in San Francisco, USA.
MiSE will be held at ICSE 2013. the webpage will be published soon. in the meantime see the MiSE 2013 Workshop Plan posting on this group for topics and important dates.
Please note that what follows is a plan. The workshop proposal is still pending. We also encourage members of the MiSE community to provide feedback on the plan by posting to this group.
Saturday June 2
9:00 Session #1: Introduction and Keynote
Session Chair: Robert France
11:00 Session #2: Model Analysis
Maximilian Junker and Philipp Neubeck. A Rigorous Approach to Availability Modeling
Andreas Vogelsang, Stefan Teuchert and Jean-Francois Girard. Extent and Characteristics of Dependencies between Vehicle Functions in Automotive Software Systems
Paper submission deadline date has been extended to February 24, 2012.
MiSE 2007, ICSE 2007 in Minneapolis. 36 participants, 29 submitted papers of which 12 (41%) were accepted.
MiSE 2008, ICSE 2008 in Leipzig. 32 participants, 30 submissions of which 13 (43%) were accepted.
MiSE 2009, held at ICSE 2009 in Vancouver, had over 40 participants, 25 submissions of which 11 (44%) as well as 3 posters were accepted.