The First International Aspect Oriented Strategies for Domain Modelling (AOSDM16) workshop provides a forum to discuss the possible applications of aspect oriented techniques to domain modelling and management.
Domain modelling is a well-known practice to capture the essential semantic of a rich domain. It covers the processing and checking of domain constraints. Both of them that can ideally be automatically checked based on the information contained in the design. Aspect oriented techniques suits perfectly to support an automatic and transparent management of all these aspects that other way, should be managed manually by the developer.
The purpose of this workshop is to create a space for discussion around the possible applications of aspect oriented based solutions to the different task that developers must deal with in relation to domain modeling and management. The main goal is to explore new AOP strategies that would prevent developers from implementing and maintaining logic that could be generated automatically from the information contained in the design.
AOSDM16 aims to foster interest in the aspect oriented and domain modeling communities to exchange ideas about these topics. Authors are invited to submit work-in-progress and position papers, as well as full papers. The page limit for work-in-progress and position papers is 3 pages, and 6 pages for full papers.
The workshop will be organized around presentations of work with adequate time for discussion of and questions about each work, and some time for group discussions about overall goals and directions for the field. Participants will have access to the papers from the proceedings before the workshop, so that they can read and digest some of the material ahead of time. After the workshop, papers will be published along with the main proceedings at ACM Digital Library.