Josep Silva Galiana | 27 Jan 19:28 2013

CFP WWV 2013

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      *                        WWV 2013                                                     *
      *  Automated Specification and Verification of Web Systems  *
      *              9th International Workshop                                      *
      *                     Call for Papers                                                  *
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Abstract Submission              March 22, 2013
Full Paper Submission            March 29, 2013
Acceptance Notification          May 3, 2013
Camera Ready (pre-proceedings)   May 20, 2013
Workshop  June 6, 2013
Camera Ready (post-proceedings)  June 26, 2013


The Workshop on Automated Specification and Verification of Web Systems (WWV, is a yearly workshop that aims at
providing an interdisciplinary forum to facilitate the cross-fertilization 
and the advancement of hybrid methods that exploit concepts and tools drawn 
from Rule-based programming, Software engineering, Formal methods and 
Web-oriented research.

Nowadays, many companies and institutions have diverted their Web sites into
interactive, completely-automated, Web-based applications for, e.g., e-business,
e-learning, e-government and e-health. The increased complexity and the explosive
growth of Web systems has made their design and implementation a challenging task.
Systematic, formal approaches to their specification and verification can permit
to address the problems of this specific domain by means of automated and
effective techniques and tools.

Topics of either theoretical or applied interest include, but are not limited to:
- Rule-based approaches to Web system analysis, certification, specification,
  verification, and optimization.
- Languages and models for programming and designing Web systems.
- Formal methods for describing and reasoning about Web systems.
- Model-checking, synthesis and debugging of Web systems.
- Analysis and verification of linked data.
- Abstract interpretation and program transformation applied to the semantic Web.
- Intelligent tutoring and advisory systems for Web specifications authoring.
- Middleware and frameworks for composition and orchestration of Web services.
- Web quality and Web metrics.
- Web usability and accessibility.
- Testing and evaluation of Web systems and applications.


Participation to WWV is open. The workshop is intended for, but not limited to,
researchers from the communities of Rule-based programming, Software engineering,
Formal methods and Web-oriented research.


Submitted papers should present original unpublished work and cannot be under
review for publication elsewhere. Each paper will undergo a thorough evaluation 
by at least three reviewers, chosen by the Program Committee. 
Contributions should be submitted through the EasyChair online submission system
in PDF format, and should be prepared in LaTeX using the EPTCS-style format and
should not exceed 15 pages (typeset 11 points).
Submission is a firm commitment that at least one of the authors will attend the
workshop, if the paper is accepted.


Accepted papers will be included in the pre-proceedings, which will be made
available in electronic form through the WWV web site. 
After the workshop, authors of accepted papers will be asked to prepare, by
incorporating insights gathered during the event, a final version of their paper
to be published in the post-proceedings.

We plan to publish the workshop post-proceedings as a volume of the EPTCS series.


Maria Alpuente    Technical University of Valencia, Spain (co-Chair)
Demis Ballis      University of Udine, Italy
Santiago Escobar  Technical University of Valencia, Spain
Moreno Falaschi   University of Siena, Italy (co-Chair)
Laura Kovacs      Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Temur Kutsia      Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Massimo Marchiori University of Padova, Italy
Rosario Pugliese  University of Florence, Italy
Josep Silva       Technical University of Valencia, Spain
Francesco Tiezzi  IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy


Antònio Ravara    New University of Lisbon, Portugal
Josep Silva    Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain


Jesús Almendros   University of Almeria, Spain
Maria Alpuente    Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Demis Ballis    University of Udine, Italy
Daniela Da Cruz   Universidade do Minho, Portugal
Raymond Hu    Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Ivan Lanese      University of Bologna/INRIA, Italy
Anders Møller    Aarhus University, Denmark
Elie Najm      Telecom ParisTech, France
Kostis Sagonas    University of Uppsala, Sweden
Francesco Tiezzi  IMT, Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy
Emilio Tuosto    University of Leicester, United Kingdom


One full day meeting, including 1 or 2 invited talks and about 8 refereed


Started in 2005, the series of this workshop established itself as a lively,
friendly event with many interactions and discussions.

1. WWV'05 in Valencia, Spain; March 14-15, 2005

2. WWW'06 in Paphos, Cyprus; November 19, 2006

3. WWV'07 in Venice, Italy; December 14, 2007

4. WWV'08 in Siena, Italy; July 4, 2008

5. WWV'09 in Castle of Hagenberg, Austria; July 17, 2009

6. WWV'10 in Vienna, Austria;  July 30-31, 2010 

7. WWV'11 in Reykjavik, Iceland; June 9, 2011 (as part of DisCoTec 2011)

8. WWV'12 in Stockholm, Sweden; June 16, 2012 (as part of DisCoTec 2012)

The previous 7 editions of WWV attracted high quality papers that were published
in ENTCS (WWV'05, WWV'07, WWV'08), IEEE (WWV'06) and EPTCS (WWV'11,WWV'12). 
After WWV'09, a special issue of the Journal of Symbolic Computation on the topics
of the WWV has been organized. Similarly, a special issue of the Journal of
Applied Logic has been organized after WWV'10, and a special issue of the Journal
of Logic and Algebraic Programming is being organized after WWV'11 and WWV'12.

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