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Targeting audience & relevance to co-located conferences

The SCFI 2015 visionary track theme aims at providing innovative contributions to the research and development of novel Service Composition approaches to assist the design, development, validation and execution of service-oriented applications for the FI.

SCFI 2015 constitutes a forum for scientists and engineers in academia and industry to present and discuss their latest ongoing research as well as radical new research directions that represent challenging innovations, which can advance the status quo of Service Composition when projected to the Future Internet. This visionary track theme is “by definition of its aims” straightforwardly relevant to the ICWS 2015, and SCC 2015 co-located conferences. Moreover, it is also relevant to CLOUD 2015 and MS 2015 since cloud infrastructures represent the today solution for a dynamic and flexible deployment of service compositions, and wireless and ubiquitous connectivity is the cornerstone of the FI where services are published, discovered and accessed, mainly via mobile devices.

A thematic series on Service Composition for the Future Internet in the Springer Journal of Internet Services and Applications (JISA) is devoted to SCFI 2015. Selected participants will be invited to submit an extended version of their papers after the visionary track. These extended versions will be reviewed by an international program committee, which will decide on their final publication on the thematic series.

Topics include, but are not limited to the following:

Service Composition Methods and Practices for FI applications

  • Engineering Principles
  • Development Processes
  • Requirement Elicitation and Analysis
  • Design and Programming
  • Verification and Validation
  • Model-Driven Development Methods and Tools

Run-Time Support for Composing Services in the FI

  • Middleware (description, publication, discovery, access, etc.)
  • Convergence and Integration of Centralized and/or Decentralized Approaches
  • Support for Scalability, Mobility, Heterogeneity

Quality of FI Service Compositions

  • Performance, Reliability and Availability Modeling and Evaluation
  • Security (vulnerabilities, malwares, countermeasures, etc.)
  • Trust and Privacy
  • Sustainability

FI Crosscutting Concerns

  • Pervasiveness
  • Context- and Resource-awareness
  • Semantic-awareness
  • Seamlessness
  • Adaptation
  • Decentralized vs. Centralized Service Composition Approaches

Tools, Case studies, Use cases

  • Smart grid, Smart house, Smart cities, Sustainable and Green systems
  • FI Killer applications

Important Dates

Submission Due Date (for all Paper types): April 19, 2015
Decision Notification on papers (Electronic): May 04, 2015 May 11, 2015
Camera-Ready Copy: May 10, 2015 May 17, 2015 May 15, 2015

Please visit the submission page.