MODELS is the premier conference series for model-based software and systems engineering. Since 1998 MODELS has been covering all aspects of modeling, from languages and methods to tools and applications. Since the inception of the conference, the development of tools to support modeling activities has been an integral part of the research activities, with many of these tools evolving into modeling platforms that support the development of new tools. The demonstration of tools at recent MODELS conferences has shown that both researchers and practitioners dedicate more time and effort to developing high-quality tools to be used by the community and industry. It is also accepted that the availability of tools is a primary factor for adopting model-driven engineering approaches.
With this call, we solicit high-quality submissions for the tool demonstration track of MODELS 2021, ranging across commercial, academic, and corporate research as well as industrial systems. We encourage submissions on tools that are: research prototypes built to support novel research ideas, extensions of existing tools and toolchains, mature tools as well as pedagogical tools that support the teaching of model-driven approaches. Any of the MODELS topics of interest are appropriate areas for tool demonstrations. Furthermore, we also welcome submissions related to this year’s theme: modeling for human-AI collaborative society.
The submissions to this track should not have been demonstrated at other venues, and extensions of existing tools should be substantial. Based on the purpose of the tool, submissions will be evaluated on their technical merit, novelty, pedagogical impact, relevance to the modeling community, and potential for use in real-world applications. In all cases, particular attention will be given to the quality of the proposed demonstrations. Of course, at least one of the authors must attend the demonstration session to present the tool and discuss it with attendees.
A short abstract describing the tool and demonstration scenario must be submitted via EasyChair by July 15, 2021. Full submissions must be submitted via Easychair by July 22, 2021. A full submission must consist of no more than 5 pages (to be published). Authors must also complement their paper with an appendix (not published) describing the demo outline/screenshots and/or a link to a short video/screencast illustrating the tool (e.g., PeerTube, YouTube, and Vimeo). Submissions that do not adhere to the above-specified page limits or violate the formatting guidelines may be desk-rejected without review.
All submissions must be in English and adhere to the IEEE formatting instructions. Formatting instructions are available at IEEE proceedings template for both LaTeX and Word users.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by at least three reviewers. We will follow a single-blind reviewing process (the authors do not know who the reviewers are), so please include the authors’ identities in the submission materials.
Please submit your paper electronically in PDF via EasyChair.
Accepted tool demonstration papers will be published by IEEE as part of the MODELS Companion Proceedings.
The presentation at the conference should emphasize the usage of the tool, not the rationale and related work as described in the paper. Thus, a substantial portion of the presentation must be an actual live demonstration of the tool.
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