QMMQ 2017 4th workshop on Quality of Models and Models of Quality
Currently we are living in an information society, where all citizens live connected through mobiles, computers or embedded systems. Systems that support this connection evolve rapidly in the Internet age. This quick evolution forces to develop software in a short period of time, with a smaller focus given to the quality of the software. Consequently, a new challenge facing researchers as well as practitioners is how to ensure the systems quality.
The QMMQ workshop series intends to provide a space for fruitful exchanges involving both researchers and practitioners around a variety of interests such as: data quality, information quality, system quality as well as models, methods, processes and tools for managing quality. The aim of the workshop is twofold. Firstly, to provide an opportunity for researchers and industry developers working on various aspects of information systems quality to exchange research ideas and results and to discuss them. Secondly, to promote research on information systems and conceptual modeling quality to the broader conceptual modeling research community attending ER 2017.
For its 4th edition, the QMMQ workshop will have a special focus on the quality of process models. Authors are encouraged to submit papers related to Quality frameworks, Methods for assessing and improving quality as well as Empirical studies for the evaluation of process models.
As innovation for this edition, we plan to organize a special session: “ER_QMMQ Quality Challenge”. It is a call for short papers with the topic “How quality theme has been addressed within the ER conference during the 36 past editions including all the events such as workshops, panels, keynotes etc. and what are the new trends and challenges of quality in software systems that are continuously evolving in the current society?” During the conference, we plan to organize this session as a debate.
The workshop is not restricted to particular research methods and we will consider both conceptual and empirical research, as well as novel applications. Particular topics of interest related to IS and CM quality include, but are not limited to:
– Quality constructs, models and ontologies
– Quality measures and instruments
– Experiments for validating quality models, measures and instruments
– Methodological issues of research on IS quality
– Data quality
– Big data quality
– Method and tool support for improving and monitoring quality
– Quality of requirements engineering artifacts and processes
– Quality of models and meta-models
– Quality of ontologies and reference models
– Quality of decision-making processes and models
– Quality modeling languages
– Ontological analysis of conceptual modeling grammars
– Cost/benefit analysis of quality assurance processes
– Quality assurance practices : case studies and experiences
– Experiments and case studies on quality evaluation.
– Quality of end-users interfaces
– Quality of experimental processes
Submission to QMMQ2017 will be electronically only. Authors are asked to create a submission system account first. Subsequently, this account can be used to submit one or more abstracts and upload corresponding papers.
Papers in the final proceedings are strictly limited to 10 pages.
- Full papers: max. 10 pages
- Short papers (ER_QMMQ Quality Challenge): max. 8 pages
Authors are invited to submit original papers on the topics listed in http://qmmq2017.cnam.fr/index.php?content=call. To ensure high quality, all papers will be thoroughly peer reviewed by the Program Committee. Papers must be in English, formatted in LNCS style and submitted as PDF-files. Submitted papers must be original and not submitted or accepted for publication in any other workshop, conference, or journal.
Paper Submission July 07, 2017
Author Notification July 21, 2017
Camera Ready August 04, 2017
Workshop Dates November 06, 2017
QMMQ 2017 Co-Chairs
Samira SI-SAID, CHERFI Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France
Ignacio Panach, Universitat de València, Spain
Pnina Soffer, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Haifa, israel