Workshop TopicsTopics include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Pattern Discovery
- Pattern Authoring
- Pattern Composition
- Pattern Automation
- Pattern Refinement
- Structure of Pattern Languages
- Methods for pattern use and discovery
- Domain-Specific Patterns and Pattern Languages
e.g., Microservices Patterns, REST Patterns, IoT Patterns, Data Patterns, CEP-Patterns
- Application of Pattern Languages
e.g., Cloud Computing, SOC, IoT, Software Engineering, eScience, Digital Humanities
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All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by an international program committee. Acceptance will be based on soundness, originality, significance, clarity of presentation, and their adequacy to the workshop. At least one author must register at the workshop and participate.
Submitted papers addressing the subject areas should be original, unpublished contributions. Two kinds of contributions are solicited: (i) research papers should present research results (12 pages LNCS format), while (ii) vision papers should present new approaches (8 pages LNCS format). The LNCS proceedings guidelines and the corresponding templates are available at http://www.springer.com/.
The workshop post-proceedings will be published as part of the Springer's Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series. All participants will be provided with digital onsite proceedings.