ModComp'14 welcomes research papers, experience papers and tool presentations; nevertheless, papers describing novel research contributions and innovative applications are of particular interest. Two types of submissions are solicited: Regular Papers, and Short Papers.
- Regular papers (max. 10 pages): novel research contributions, challenging problems tackled with innovative ideas, or practical contributions in the interplay of MDE and CBSE. Long papers should clearly describe the situation or problem tackled, the relevant state of the art, the position or solution suggested and the potential benefits of the contribution.
- Short papers (max. 6 pages): tool demonstrations, position papers, industrial experiences and case-studies, and well-pondered and sufficiently documented visionary papers. Authors of papers reporting industrial experiences are strongly encouraged to make their experimental results available for use by reviewers. Similarly, case-study papers should describe significant case-studies and the complete development should be made available for use by reviewers. Tool demonstration papers should explain enhancements made in comparison to previously published work. Authors of tool demonstration papers should make their tool available for use by reviewers.
Each submitted paper undergoes a formal peer review process by a minimum of 3 Program Committee members. Submitted papers should include authors' names, affiliations and contact information.
Contributions should be uploaded using EasyChair:
Papers must be in the Springer LNCS format.
Accepted papers will be published in CEUR, which is indexed by DBLP. Each MoDELS' workshop will have its own volume, with the common ISSN of the CEUR series.
Contributions should represent original and previously unpublished ideas that are currently not under review in any conference or journal.
At least one author of each accepted paper must register and attend the workshop.
Special Issue of Journal of Object Technology (JOT)
The best papers from the workshop will be invited for being submitted in extended form to a special issue of the Journal of Object Technology (JOT). The extended papers will undergo a new peer-reviewing process.