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<<UML>> 2001 organizing committee invites authors to submit:
innovative research on any aspect of modeling, including, but not limited
to, notations, automated tools, foundations, processes, architectures,
and patterns. All papers should clearly demonstrate their impact on UML.
detailing experience of significant industrial applications of UML and
related modeling techniques, including, but not limited to, applications
in real-time/embedded systems, information systems, software development,
business modeling, knowledge representation. Well argued, objective critiques
of any aspect of UML and illustrative examples and proposals for resolving
problems raised are encouraged.
Hard Deadline for Abstract :14 March 2001
Hard Deadline for Submission: 28 March 2001
Notification to Authors: 06 June 2001
Final Version of Accepted Papers: 16 July 2001
Submit your manuscript electronically
in Postscript or PDF using the Springer LNCS styles. Research papers should
be 10-15 pages in length, experience papers 5-10 pages.
Full details, including more
on the preparation of papers, can be found on the Springer
Papers will undergo a thorough
process of review by a programme committee comprising leading experts from
industry and academia. Proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag
in the LNCS series.
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