MobIS | EMISA
Call for Papers
The workshop will address all aspects relevant
for enterprise modelling and for the design of information systems architectures.
It will provide an international forum to explore new avenues by combining
the contributions of different ‘schools’ of Information Systems,
Business Informatics, and Computer Science. Therefore, the workshop is
open for a broad range of subjects. Possible topics include, but are
not limited to:
- enterprise modelling: languages, methods and tools
- reference models
- patterns for enterprise modelling (e.g. process patterns)
- modeling services and service compositions in service-oriented architectures
- process modelling in process-aware information systems
- component-oriented software architectures
- model-driven system development
- model analysis and simulation
- ontologies for enterprise modelling
- model evolution, model life cycle management
- management of model variants and versions
- model quality (e.g. compliance between the system and model level)
- modelling cross-organisational cooperation
- emerging areas (e.g. value-based modeling)
- communities for developing open reference models
Download the Call for Papers in Adobe Acrobat™ format.
Authors are invited to submit papers (in English) limited to 14 pages in length formatted
according to the GI Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) style guide by July 9th, 2007
Document templates for LaTeX and Microsoft Word are available.
Important note: Please do use the document templates and refrain from modifying the templates' settings (i.e. page format, fonts etc.).
Final submissions are accepted only in unprotected Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format formatted according to the LNI style guidelines.
Accepted papers will be published in the GI LNI series, and selected papers will be invited for submission to renowned journals.
Anonymized for double blind review: Author name(s) should not appear in the body of the paper (including the abstract).
Eliminate references to your institutions, your sponsors, your unpublished work,
and your published work if done in a way that identifies you as author.
To aid in making your paper anonymous,
leave Acknowledgements blank until the final version prepared for the Proceedings.
In case of questions, please contact the conference organisation at
emisa07 [at] uni-due.de.
Submission of papers: July 9, 2007
Notification of authors: August 10, 2007
Final version of accepted papers due: September 3, 2007
Workshop: October 8–9, 2007