CFP IEEE EDOC conference for enterprise computing

IEEE EDOC call for papers

Submissions due 28 February 2011

Fifteenth IEEE International EDOC Conference (EDOC 2011)
“The Enterprise Computing Conference”
Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society (approval pending) and
IEEE Communications Society (approval pending)
29.8.-2.9. 2011, Helsinki, Finland

The IEEE EDOC Conference is the key annual event in enterprise
computing. EDOC conferences address the full range of
engineering technologies and methods contributing to intra- and
inter-enterprise distributed application systems. EDOC 2011 will be
the fifteenth event in the series of conferences. Since 1997, EDOC
has brought together leading computer science researchers, IT
decision makers, enterprise architects, solution designers and
practitioners to discuss enterprise computing challenges, models
and solutions from the perspectives of academia, industry and
Enterprise computing is based on a wide (and ever growing) range
of methods, models, tools and technologies. The resulting
applications also cover a broad spectrum of vertical domains and
industry segments, from electronic and mobile commerce to realtime
business applications for collaborating enterprises. In recent
years, technologies related to enterprise architecture and business
processes management have become some of the top areas of
interest in enterprise computing. Today, the creation, operation and
evolution of enterprise computing systems create challenges that
range from goal and policy modeling through functional and nonfunctional
requirements to the deployment and maintenance of
solutions in and across customer businesses.
The IEEE EDOC Conference emphasizes a holistic view of
enterprise applications engineering and management, fostering
integrated approaches that can address and relate processes,
people and technology. Openness and distributed computing,
based on services, components and objects are important themes.
IEEE EDOC 2011 welcomes high quality scientific submissions as
well as papers on enterprise computing industry experiences.
Expert panel discussions and keynotes will address hot topics and
issues in the domain.
The IEEE EDOC conference seeks high-quality contributions
addressing the domains, the life-cycle issues and the realization
technologies involved in building, deploying and operating
enterprise computing systems. Suggested areas include, but are
not limited to —

Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Application Architecture
– Enterprise architecture frameworks
– Enterprise architecture analysis, assessment and prediction
– Enterprise ontologies
Modeling based on domain specific languages (DSL)
– Reference architecture based approaches
– Collaborative development and cooperative engineering
Service oriented architectures (SOA) and enterprise service
architectures (ESA)
– Evolution of service engineering specifications
– Semantics based service engineering
– Enterprise service bus approaches
– Event driven architectures
Service oriented architecture governance
– Service policies and contract definitions and enforcement
– Security policy definition and description languages
– Security policy interoperability
Business process management (BPM)
– Business process models and metamodels
– Business process monitoring and intelligence
– Dynamically configurable business processes
– Cross-organizational business processes
Business analytics
– Modeling and Predictive analytics
– Data-Driven Strategy
– Collaboration platform
Business rules
– Business rules languages and inference systems
– Business rules components
– Rule driven business process engines
Information integration and interoperability
– Business object model methodologies and approaches
– Taxonomies, ontologies and business knowledge integration
– Master data management, data mining and (real-time) data
Networked Enterprise Solutions
– Enterprise interoperability, collaboration and its architecture
– Virtual organisations, including multiagent system support
– Digital ecosystems
– Trust management
Enterprise applications deployment and governance
– Performance and operational risk prediction and
– Quality of service (QoS) and cost of service (CoS)
– Management and maintenance of enterprise computing systems
– Information assurance
– Human and social organizational factors in enterprise computing
State of the art in distributed enterprise applications
– Industry specific solutions, e.g. for aerospace, automotive,
finance, logistics, medicine and telecommunications
– Research and public sector collaboration, e.g. in e-health,
e-government, e-science
– Social information and innovation networks

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