(co-located with CAiSE'10)
A growing number of groups around the world have been using the i* modelling framework in their research on early requirementsengineering,business process design,organization modelling,software development methodologies, and more. Following successful workshops in Trento (2002), London (2005) and Recife (2008), it is time for another meeting focusing on i*, Tropos, and related frameworks, where researchers can exchange ideas, compare notes, and hopefully forge new collaboration with like-minded folk. We are organizing the Fourth International i* Workshop – istar’10, and cordially invite you and members of your group to join us. The 2-day workshop will be held in the city of Hammamet, Tunisia, 07-08 June, 2010. The workshop will start at 9:00 AM Monday morning and finish at 5:00 PM Tuesday afternoon. The workshop will take place at the Hôtel Résidence Diar Lemdina, a boutique residence in the heart of the Medina 100m from Kasbah.
The event will be co-located with the 22nd International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE'10)
• Business Modelling
• Data Management Processes
• Enterprise Architecture
• Evaluation, Verification and Validation
• i* Modeling techniques: i* modeling concepts, variations and extensions
• i* Modelling Techniques
• Intellectual Property Management
• Knowledge Management
• Law and regulatory compliance
• Model analysis and reasoning
• Networking or integration with other modeling languages or techniques
• Ontological Foundations
• Process Analysis and Design, Reengineering
• Requirements Engineering
• Security and privacy (we may not need to say RE again)
• Security Requirements Engineering
• Software Engineering Processes and Organizations
• Systems and Organizational Architecture
• Tools, visualization, and interaction
• Trust in Multi Agent Systems
• Variability and Personalization
Contributions should be 2-5 pages in LNCS format, http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html, describing current and ongoing research related to the i* framework, including variants and extensions, such as Tropos and GRL. The contribution shall adhere to the following structure:
• Title, authors, abstract.
• Section 1. Introduction.
• Section 2. Objectives of the research.
• Section 3. Scientific contributions. If you have tool support, please mention and describe it explicitly.
• Section 4. Conclusions. Especially interesting any kind of assessment of the framework, including industrial experiences.
• Section 5. Ongoing and future work.
• References. Please restrict references to mainly your own work.
All submissions should be sent to email@example.com (Subject : istar10)
05 March 2010 Send submission, including source (.doc, .latex) and pdf files
22 March 2010 Notification
05 April 2010 Camera Ready
07-08 June 2010 istar'10 in Hammamet, Tunisia
Xavier Franch Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain
Eric Yu University of Toronto, Canada
John Mylopoulos University of Trento, Italy
For further questions contact Jaelson Castro at firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject : istar'10)