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This trip to Geneva included: a)Organization of the RUIPIACS workshop (Vasco Amaral was co-chair) held in conjunction with the RISE2006 workshop. http://smv.unige.ch/rise06/tiki-index.php?page=RUIPIACS b) Paper presentation at the RISE2006 workshop. http://smv.unige.ch/rise06/tiki-index.php c) BATIC3S collaboration meeting.
This visit was planned together with Vigo University, Corunha University and University of Santiago de Compostela. Moreover Jose Pichel from the Imaxin/Software was representing the private sector. The idea was to understand how our research could converge and cooperate. Gabriel Lopes presented results from the European ASTROLABIUM project finished in July 2006.
Visiting Research Fellow at Leeds University
The pCFS Parallel Cluster File System - presentation. Integration into Kerrighed: discussion
BATIC3S plenary meeting.
Innovation week of the INI-GraphicsNet: participation in several workshops and exibitions related to Computer Graphics.
CAMPaM workshop http://moncs.cs.mcgill.ca/people/hv/conferences/06.CAMPaM/ The workshop aims to further the state-of-the-art in Computer Automated Multi-Paradigm Modeling (CAMPaM) as well as to define future directions of this emerging research area by bringing together world experts in the field for an intense one-week workshop. Vasco Amaral contributed to the discussion and presented a position paper. Computer Automated Multi-Paradigm Modelling (CAMPaM) CAMPaM acknowledges that modelling and simulation are becoming increasingly important enablers for the analysis and design of complex systems. To tackle problems of ever growing complexity, the focus of modelling and simulation research is shifting from simulation techniques to modelling methodology and technology. Because of the heterogeneous nature of embedded systems and the many implementation technologies, multi-paradigm modelling is a critical enabler for holistic design approaches (such as mechatronics) to avoid overdesign and to support system integration. Multi-paradigm techniques have been successfully applied in the field of software architectures, control system design, model integrated computing, and tool interoperability. CAMPaM spans the study of physical as well as software systems and combinations thereof. It adresses and integrates three orthogonal directions of research: 1. model abstraction, concerned with the relationship between models at different levels of abstraction; 2. multi-formalism modelling, concerned with the coupling of and transformation between models described in different formalisms; 3. meta-modelling, concerned with the description (models of models) of classes of models. More explictly, the specification of formalisms. Taking meta-modelling one step further, the structure, look, and behaviour of complete formalism-specific modelling environments is specified and the environments are automatically synthesized. CAMPaM explores the possible combinations of these notions. It combines, transforms and relates formalisms, generates maximally constrained domain- and problem-specific formalisms, methods, and (visual)tools, and verifies consistency between multiple views. Since models determined by a meta-model can always be described as graphs, transformation may be performed by a generic graph-transformation. Therefore, it makes sense to combine meta-modelling and graph-grammars in a unifying framework.
Reunion, in Brussels, to discuss on matters related to ASTROLABIUM project
This visit was done in the framework of WE-LEARN project for discussing further developments of the project. Unfortunately the Brazilian part did not aprove the continuation of the project, probably due to some failing of due dates.
Gabriel Lopes worked on the integration of selection restrictions automatically extracted from French corpora in on going implementations of a French parser developed in the framework of KLING project.