Oct 16, 2011
Oct 16, 2011
Jul 22, 2011 , by Sabine Goldes (Buckl)
Jun 20, 2011 , by Sabine Goldes (Buckl)
In the paper titled "Applying the Concept of Building Blocks for Enterprise Architecture Management Solutions in Practice" the author team (Ingrid Prem, Ivan Monahov, Sabine Buckl, Florian Matthes) detail how the method building blocks of (BEAMS) can be applied in practice by presenting a case study from the public sector.
Jun 1, 2011
In the report titled "On the State-of-the-Art in Enterprise Architecture Management Literature" the author team (Sabine Buckl and Christian M. Schweda) investigate the state-of-the-art in EAM literature. As key part of the investigation, they derive a conceptual framework for EA management functions reflecting both the method and the language aspect. Based on this framework, 22 relevant and prominent EAM approaches are analyzed. A short conclusion summarizes the findings of the analysis and discusses future topics for EAM research.
May 30, 2011 , by Florian Matthes
Today's Internet users expect to access Internet resources using increasingly capable and ubiquitous client platforms. This trend has resulted in a wide-ranging diversification of hardware devices supporting various form factors and interaction modes, a choice of web browsers offering varying levels of performance, security and standards compliance, as well as the emergence of domain-specific uses of general-purpose Internet-related technologies, exemplified by Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) and site-specific browsers. Despite the heterogeneity, all these platforms implement a common set of standards and technologies. While the resulting high level of interoperability can be seen as a major reason for the Internet's success, its constraints can also be viewed as limiting progress in client technologies.
This workshop focuses on both innovative solutions in the area of Internet client software that improves on the current state-of-the-art while respecting the confines dictated by interoperability, as well as bold, new ideas that break with the status quo. Consequently, we solicit both long (regular) papers and short (position) papers (submission guidelines below) and plan on providing adequate time for discussions between paper presentations. In order to further encourage interaction between the workshop participants, the workshop will also include a panel session. The CFP for the workshop (in plain text) can be found a here.
The list of topics include, but are not limited to:
All papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format using the EasyChair PLASTIC submission page. Submissions of long (regular) papers must not exceed 10 pages in the ACM SIGPLAN 11 point format. Submissions of short (position) papers must not exceed 4 pages in the ACM SIGPLAN 11 point format. The workshop proceedings will be published both in the ACM Digital Library and on the PLASTIC's website. Templates for Word and LaTeX are available at: www.acm.org/sigs/sigplan/authorInformation.htm.
Submission deadline: August 19th
Acceptance notification: September 9th
Camera-ready version: TBD
Workshop date: October 24th
Ras Bodik (UC Berkeley)
Andreas Gal (Mozilla)
Brian Goetz (Oracle)
Dan Ingalls (SAP)
Chandra Krintz (UC Santa Barbara)
Ben Livshits (MSR)
Bernd Mathiske (Adobe)
Florian Matthes (TU Munich)
Mark Miller (Google)
Tatiana Shpeisman (Intel)
Laurence Tratt (Middlesex University)
Jan Vitek (Purdue University)