21st IEEE International Symposium on Rapid System Prototyping

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21st IEEE International Symposium on Rapid System Prototyping

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George Mason University
Fairfax, Virginia, USA

= Important Dates =

* Submission
Electronically submit all papers using:

- Paper registration: February 5, 2010
only title, authors, email contact and abstract are required via
the web site

- Paper submission: February 10, 2010
full paper in pdf or ps format

* Notification of Acceptance: April 13, 2010

* Final Camera Ready Manuscript due: April 30, 2010

= General Description =

The IEEE International Symposium on Rapid System Prototyping (RSP)
explores trends in Rapid Prototyping of Computer Based Systems. Its
scope ranges from formal methods for the verification of systems,
engineering methods, process and tool chains to case studies of actual
software and hardware systems. It aims to bring together researchers
from the hardware and software communities to share their experiences
and to foster collaboration of new and innovative Science and

The 21st annual Symposium focus will encompass theoretical and
practical methodologies, resolving technologies of specification,
completeness, dynamics of change, technology insertion, complexity,
integration, and time to market. Submission of industrial research is
welcome. Keynote presentations and formal paper sessions will provide
baseline knowledge for discussion and group integration. Suggested
topics include, but are not limited to:

* Specification and language models for hardware/software systems
* Software and Systems Architecture and Integration
* Methodologies and tools for hardware and software intensive systems
* FPGAs, SoCs, NoCs and MPSoCs
* Heterogeneous multi-domain systems
* Very large scale system engineering
* Software/Configware/Hardware codesign and tradeoffs
* System verification/validation
* Applying formal methods to prototyping
* Reliability and failure analysis
* Emerging Technologies and Applications
* Prototypes in engineering processes
* Model Driven Engineering and prototyping
* Prototyping of embedded/real-time systems
* Virtual prototyping of physical systems
* Prototype to product transition
* Prototyping case studies
* Reconfigurable products or systems
* Industrial Designs

For years, extended versions of best papers have been proposed to be
published in special issues of prestigious journals. This strategy
will be continued for RSP 2010: authors of the best accepted papers
will be invited to submit extended versions of their papers for
publication in a special issue of the Software: Practice and
Experience journal:

Confirmed keynote speakers are:
* Janos Sztipanovits, Director of Institute for Software Integrated
Systems, University of Vanderbilt, USA
* Dr. Jose L. Munoz, Deputy Director, National Science Foundation
(NSF) Office of Cyberinfrastructure (OCI) and NSF/ICI senior
science advisor, USA.

= Submission Instructions =

The program committee invites authors to submit full papers. Papers
should clearly describe the nature of the work, explain its
significance, highlight its novel features, and state its current
status. Authors of selected papers will be requested to prepare a
manuscript for the symposium proceedings. Paper length should not
exceed 7 pages in the standard IEEE format. Submission instructions as
well as templates can be found in the RSP web site.

A special session will be dedicated to the discussion of new,
unpublished ongoing work. Authors may submit a 3 page paper in IEEE
format. Selected contributions will be published in the proceedings
and a dedicated session with posters will be organized.

The program committee also invites tutorial speakers for giving
lectures on RSP topics, for both academic and industrial attendees.

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