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15/10/2009
VALUETOOLS 2009



Dal 20 al 22 ottobre si terrà a Pisa il Fourth International Conference on Performance Evaluation Methodologies and Tools.

Sponsored by ICST and Create-Net
In technical cooperation with ACM SIGMETRICS, SCS, and MIMOS

Important dates:
Full papers due: April 20, 2009
Notification of acceptance: July 6, 2009
Final version due: July 27, 2009

Scope:
In recent years, a range of performance evaluation methodologies and tools has been developed within various research communities for the purposes of evaluation, design, and model reduction. The aim of the Performance Evaluation Methodologies and Tools conference is to build bridges between these communities, bringing theory and practice together.

VALUETOOLS 2009 is the Fourth International Conference on Performance Evaluation Methodologies and Tools. This edition will build on the success of the previous editions. The aim of the conference is to bring academic and industry researchers together with practitioners from both the performance evaluation community and from the numerous communities who develop interesting performance evaluation problems. The conference will address current and future trends in performance evaluation techniques, practices, tools and applications and foster interdisciplinary collaborative research in this area.
We invite proposals for one-day workshops on new and emerging topics in performance evaluation techniques, to be held in conjunction with the main conference. The specific methods or targeted application domain might complement the ones of the main conference. Workshop organizers can invite special talks, while regular papers should undergo a peer-review process.  Typically, each workshop will be composed of around 10 papers. Workshop organizers manage the paper submission and review process, and submit the camera-ready papers before the due date. The workshop papers will be published together with regular papers in the conference proceedings.

Topics:
Topics include, but are not limited to:
A. Performance evaluation techniques
    o Advanced simulation tools
             - Simulation of rare events
             - Parallel/distributed simulations
             - Variance reduction techniques
             - Large deviations
             - Hybrid system simulation 

   o Discrete event systems 
             - Petri nets
             - Max-plus algebra
             - Automata, timed automata

   o Queueing theory 
            - Markovian queues and networks
            - Network calculus
            - Analytical methods 
            - Approximation methods
            - (In)Sensitivity
            - Dynamic Fluid Models
            - Diffusion models
            - Dam processes
            - Perturbation approaches 
            - Control of Queues

   o Other stochastic models
            - Stochastic geometry
            - Long-range dependence
            - Self-similarity
            - Point processes
            - Traffic models and measurements

   o Other topics
            - Supervisory control
            - Reliability/performability tools
            - Neural networks and decision tools
            - Game theory and pricing
            - Resource allocation
            - Complex Networks

B. Applications
            - Computer networks (including peer-to-peer systems and traffic control services)
            - Computer systems (e.g., grid computing)
            - Communication systems
            - Wireless networks (including MAC and routing protocols, cellular networks, Ad Hoc/Sensor etc.)
            - Distributed systems
            - Road traffic and transportation systems
            - Public utility networks
            - Manufacturing systems and supply chains
            - Call centers
            - Economic, biological and social systems

Submission:
Authors are invited to submit papers of up to 10 pages in a PDF file, complying with the ACM conference proceedings format, through Easychair (www.easychair.org). Each paper will be peer reviewed for quality and correctness by at least three reviewers. Only original papers,
written in English, which have not been published previously elsewhere, and are not currently under review for publication elsewhere, will be accepted. At least one author of each accepted paper must register and present the work at the conference. 

Conference General Chair
Giovanni Stea - University of Pisa, Italy 

Technical Program Co-Chairs
Jean Mairesse, CNRS, University Paris 7, France
Jose' Fernando Mendes, University of Aveiro, Portugal

Per maggiori informazioni consultate il sito: www.valuetools.org/2009

 

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