[AISWorld] EDOC 2015 - Call for Demonstrations

Muzaffar Igamberdiev (IEE) Muzaffar.Igamberdiev at unisa.edu.au
Thu Mar 5 23:13:17 EST 2015

EDOC 2015 - Call for Demonstrations

The IEEE EDOC 2015 Demonstration Track offers an exciting and highly interactive way
to present prototypes and applications in the context of enterprise computing.
Prototypes and applications may originate either from research projects or from
industry. Proposals for demonstrations should focus on innovative concepts or
technologies that address models, methodologies, and engineering technologies
contributing to intra- and inter-enterprise application systems. Authors of accepted
conference papers are also invited to propose demonstrations of their work.

Topics of Interest
Areas of interest for demonstrations include all topics of the IEEE EDOC conference. Specific topics of interest include but are not limited to:

                Business Process Management (BPM)
                Business Intelligence and Analytics
                Big Data
                Enterprise Architecture and Enterprise Application Architecture
                Model-based Approaches
                Service-oriented Architectures (SOA) and Enterprise Service Architectures (ESA)
                Governance in Service-oriented Architectures
                Information Integration and Interoperability
                Enterprise Applications Deployment and Governance

Demo Submissions
Demonstration paper submissions are invited for potential inclusion in the demonstration track.
Demonstration papers should address the following topics in no more than 4 pages:
                Title and authors
                Abstract: A brief description of the prototype or application, together
                with a statement on how conference participants benefit from attending the demonstration
                System overview
                Summary of innovative concepts and significance for the EDOC domain as well
                as functions or features to be demonstrated. If applicable, include brief
                descriptions of case studies performed using the prototype or application,
                provide scalability data or pointers indicating where readers can find more
                information about these case studies.
                Link (optional): A link to a Web page where to download or use the tool.

Additionally, authors may provide a link to a short online video or screencast
not exceeding 6 minutes in length (hard limit) of their demonstration. The video is
recommended, not mandatory. The video must be playable using a wide variety of
media players.

All submissions must be made in PDF format and comply with the IEEE Computer Society
Conference Proceedings Format Guidelines (http://www.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/formatting).
The demonstration track committee will review all submissions. Accepted demonstration
papers are published in the workshop proceedings of the IEEE EDOC conference by
the IEEE Computer Society Press and be made accessible through IEEE Xplore and
the IEEE Computer Society Digital Library. At least one presenter of each
accepted demonstration must register for the conference and be in attendance
to present the demonstration.

Please submit your demo paper per email to the Demo PC Chairs. Contact details are below.

Important Dates
                Deadline for demo submissions:               4th May 2015
                Notification of acceptance:                          15th June 2015
                Camera-ready papers deadline:                4th July 2015

Demonstration Program Chairs
                Chee-Fon Chang, University of Wollongong, Australia
                Matt Selway, University of South Australia, Australia

Contacts: cfchang[at]uow.edu.au, matt.selway[at]mymail.unisa.edu.au

Demonstration Committee
See demo website: https://edoc2015.unisa.edu.au/
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