Technical paper abstract submission:
no longer required
Technical paper submission: October 11, 2002 (23:59
Notification of acceptance: December 09,
Camera ready copy: January 6, 2003
The Program Committee is listed on the organization
A new wave of interest has formed around software development approaches that
modularize different aspects of a system. These aspects can include use cases,
collaborations, requirements, features, qualities, perspectives, processes,
implementation structures, etc.
This second AOSD conference builds on the first successful conference, which was
held at the University of Twente in April 2002.
The AOSD 2003 conference invites high quality papers reporting research results
and/or experience related to aspect-orientation. Research papers should describe
work that advances the current state of the art. Experience papers should be of
broad interest and should describe insights gained from practical application of
aspect technology. The program committee will evaluate each contributed paper
based on its relevance, significance, clarity and originality.
Like object-orientation and other separation-of-concerns technologies,
aspect-orientation has implications throughout the software lifecycle. Specific
topics of interests for the conference include, but are not limited to:
• Software architectures, product lines
• Model Driven Architecture, UML
• Domain engineering and patterns
• Software development methods
• Reverse engineering and re-factoring
• Programming languages and implementation
• Reflection and meta programming
• Formal foundations
• Verification, validation and testing
• Distributed systems
• Composition, integration and evolution
• Evaluation and metrics
The submission process has now simplified. You don't have to submit an abstract
one-week before the paper deadline.
Submissions should consist of two separate parts: information about the
submission and the paper.
This part should contain the following information submitted as plain
Title: The title of your submission. To ease
automatic production, please only use capitals at the first position of the main
words of the title. Don't type ALL CAPITALIZED words.
Contact person: The person we can contact in
case there are problems with your submission. Accurately state the complete
address information, phone and fax number.
Email: The email address of the person that we
Author's names: The names of all authors
including their email address and affiliation. Again, to ease automatic
production, please only use capitals at the first position of the first and last
name and don't type ALL CAPITALIZED names
Abstract: Must not be longer than 300 words.
Keywords: If appropriate, please use the
topics announced in the call for papers. You may use additional keywords if
Remarks: Use this field if you have any further remarks about your submission that you
would like to communicate.
This is the file that contains all parts of your paper and must be formatted in
pdf. The formatting guidelines can be found at:
Submissions must be no longer than 6,000 words (not counting figures, tables,
and references). Overly long papers are subject to rejection without review.
Submitted papers must have content that has not previously been published in, or
under review by, other refereed venues.
Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrive no later than October
For additional information, clarifications or questions, please contact the AOSD
2003 Program Chair: Mehmet Aksit (email@example.com).