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Real-Time Middleware Seminar 2007

IBM Haifa Labs

Invitation Program Registration Abstracts Call for Papers

April 15, 2007
Organized by IBM Research Lab in Haifa, Israel

Call for Papers PDF version for printing (174 KB)

Important Dates

Abstracts due: February 15, 2007 (extended from February 01, 2007)
Notification of paper acceptance: March 08, 2007
Workshop gathering and presentations: April 15, 2007

What to Submit

Please send an abstract describing your work, up to one page in 11 pt font, in either MS-Word (*.doc) or PDF format.

Where to Submit

Send your submission to: Please start the title of the e-mail with the words "RT Seminar 2007".

When to Submit

Please send your submission by February 15, 2007 (extended from February 01, 2007).

Topics for Real-Time Middleware Seminar 2007

The topics relevant for the Real-Time Middleware Leadership Seminar include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Real-Time Messaging and Communication Software
    • Real-time messaging systems
    • Theory, analysis and evaluation of real-time communication systems
    • e-Commerce, financial computing infrastructure and real time systems
    • Military computing infrastructure and real time systems
    • Low latency communication systems
    • Real-time SOA (Service Oriented Architecture)
    • Real-time applications (gaming, military, finance, etc)
  • Real-Time Software and Systems
    • Real-time software
    • Real-time operating systems
    • Real-time Java, real-time virtual machine
    • Real-time scheduling
    • Modeling of real-time processes
    • Real-time simulation
    • High availability and real-time fail-over
  • Real-Time Event Processing
    • Real-time complex event processing
    • Real-time design and programming methodologies (e.g., MDA-based approaches)
    • Event-driven architectures
    • Stream processing
    • Languages for event correlation and patterns, streaming and continuous queries
    • Event-based business process management and modeling
    • Federated event-based systems
    • Algorithms and protocols (e.g., data diffusion, content-based routing, subscription merging, matching, pattern detection, etc.)
    • Fault-tolerance, reliability, availability, and recovery
    • Use cases and applications of event-based systems
    • Real-world application deployments using event-based middleware
    • Domain-specific deployments of event-based systems
    • Relation to other architectures such as SOA

Please feel free to further distribute this invitation to students and fellow researchers/developers.


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