5th International Workshop on Graph Transformation and Visual Modeling Techniques
April 1 - 2 2006, Vienna, Austria
Home page: http://www.inf.mit.bme.hu/GT-VMT2006
Slides of the invited speakers are available!
A satellite event of
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GT-VMT 2006 is the fifth workshop of a series that serves as a forum for all researchers and practitioners interested in the use of graph-based notation, techniques and tools for the specification, modeling, validation, manipulation and verification of complex systems. Due to the variety of languages and methods used in different domains, the aim of the workshop is to promote engineering approaches that starting from high-level specifications and robust formalizations allow for the design and the implementation of such visual modeling techniques, hence providing effective tool support at the semantic level (e.g., for model analysis, transformation, and consistency management). Contributions are welcome from communities working on popular visual modeling notations like UML, Petri nets, Graph Transformation, Business Process/Workflow Models.
This year's workshop will have an additional focus on Models for Mobile Systems and Services (including Service-Oriented and GRID computing architectures) where huge and highly dynamic graph-like structures offer a challenging ground for the application of graph transformation techniques and tools.
As a summary, topics relevant to the scope of the workshop include (but not restricted to) the following:
Preliminary program of the workshop is available from here.
The electronic version of the preliminary workshop proceedings is downloadable from here in pdf.
|This workshop is the fifth in the series of GT-VMT workshops:
We are glad to announce that two invited talks will be part of the technical program of GT-VMT 2006 given by
|The PC consists of members of the graph
transformation community and external experts for complementary techniques
and application areas.
(ISTI - CNR, Pisa, Italy)
Accepted contributions will appear in an issue of Elsevier's Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science. A preliminary version of the issue will be available at the workshop.
Final versions of LONG papers should not exceed 12 pages. The page limit for SHORT papers is 10 pages.
Authors are kindly requested to use this ENTCS stylesheet when preparing the final version of their papers.
The final versions of papers including all Latex sources should be sent directly to Roberto Bruni (bruni [AT] di.unipi.it).
The electronic submission system is available from HERE.
|GT-VMT 2006 will be held in Vienna, Austria in
April 1-2, 2006. It is a satellite workshop of ETAPS 2006, the European
Joint Conferences on Theory and Practice of Software. For venue,
registration and suggested accommodation see the ETAPS 2006 web page:
For information about Vienna, see among others the city web page
|Program Committee pages will be accessible from
here later on.
Please do not hesitate to contact the organizers if you have any