1st December 2012 Digest of SIGARCH Messages

Submitted by Kevin Lim
This is the 1st December 2012 Digest of SIGARCH Messages (sigarch-dec12a):

* Call for Papers: NOCS 2013, extended deadline

http://nocsymposium.org

Submitted by Carole Wu

* Call for Papers: International Conference on Autonomic Computing 2013

https://www.usenix.org/conference/icac13

Submitted by Martina Maggio

* Call for Papers: EuroMPI 2013

http://www.eurompi2013.org

Submitted by Javier Garcia Blas

* Call for Workshops: EuroMPI2013

http://www.eurompi2013.org

Submitted by Javier Garcia Blas

* Call for Papers: APRES2013

http://www.control.lth.se/APRES2013/

Submitted by Martina Maggio

* Call for Papers: Journal of Systems Architecture

http://www.journals.elsevier.com/

Submitted by Miguel A. Vega-Rodriguez

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* Call for Papers: NOCS 2013, extended deadline

http://nocsymposium.org

Submitted by Carole Wu

Call for Papers [Deadline Extension]
The 7th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Networks-on-Chip
April 21-24, 2013
Tempe, Arizona, USA

The International Symposium on Networks-on-Chip (NOCS) is the premier
event dedicated to interdisciplinary research on on-chip and
chip-scale communication technology, architecture, design methods,
applications and systems. NOCS brings together scientists and
engineers working on NoC innovations and applications from
inter-related research communities, including computer architecture,
networking, circuits and systems, embedded systems, and design
automation. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

NoC architecture and implementation
- Network architecture (topology, routing, arbitration)
- NoC Quality of Service
- Timing, synchronous/asynchronous communication
- NoC reliability issues
- Network interface issues
- NoC design methodologies and tools
- Signaling & circuit design for NoC links
- Physical design of interconnect & NoC

NoC analysis and verification
- Power, energy & thermal issues (at the NoC, un-core and/or system-level)
- Benchmarking & experience with real NoC-based hardware
- Modeling, simulation, and synthesis of NoCs
- Verification, debug & test of NoCs
- Metrics and benchmarks for NoCs

NoC application
- Mapping of applications onto NoCs
- NoC case studies, application-specific NoC design
- NoCs for FPGAs, structured ASICs, CMPs and MPSoCs
- NoC designs for heterogeneous systems, fused CPU-GPU architectures, etc
- Network design for 2.5D & 3D stacked logic and memory

NoC at the un-core and system-level
- Design of memory subsystem (un-core) including memory controllers, caches,
cache coherence protocols & NoCs
- NoC support for memory and cache access
- OS support for NoCs
- Programming models including shared memory, message passing and novel
programming models
- Multi/many-core workload characterization & evaluation
- Optical, RF, & emerging technologies for on-chip/inpackage interconnects
- Issues related to large-scale systems (datacenters, supercomputers) with
NoC-based systems as building blocks

Electronic paper submission requires a full paper, up to 8
double-column IEEE format pages, including figures and references. The
program committee in a double-blind review process will evaluate
papers based on scientific merit, innovation, relevance, and
presentation. Submitted papers must describe original work that has
not been published before or is under review by another conference at
the same time. Each submission will be checked for any significant
similarity to previously published works or for simultaneous
submission to other archival venues, and such papers will be rejected.
Furthermore, NOCS will notify the technical chair of the venue where
the duplicate was submitted. Please see the paper submission
instructions for details.

Proposals for tutorials, special sessions, and panels are also
invited. Please see the detailed submission instructions for paper,
tutorial, special sessions, and panel proposals at the submission
page. A special section related to the theme of the conference will be
organized in one of the IEEE journals.

Abstract registration deadline Dec. 4, 2012
Full paper submission deadline Dec. 7, 2012
Proposals for tutorials, special sessions and panels Jan 11, 2013
Notification of acceptance Feb 1, 2013
Final version due Mar 1, 2013

Organizing Committee
General Co-Chairs:
Karam S. Chatha, Arizona State University, USA
Chita R. Das, Penn State University, USA
Finance Chair:
Sudeep Pasricha, Colorado State, USA
Registration Chair:
Mohammed Al Faruque, UC-Riverside, USA
Publicity Chair:
Carole Jean Wu, Arizona State University, USA
Program Co-Chairs:
John Bainbridge, Sonics Inc., USA
Natalie Enright Jerger, University of Toronto, CA
Publications Chair:
Paul Gratz, Texas A&M, USA
Tutorials/Demo Chair
Zhonghai Lu, KTH, Sweden
Industrial Chair
Umit Ogras, Intel, USA

Contact Information
Karam Chatha, kchatha@asu.edu
John Bainbridge, jbainbridge@ieee.org
Chita Das, das@cse.psu.edu
Natalie Enright Jerger, enright@eecg.toronto.edu

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* Call for Papers: International Conference on Autonomic Computing 2013

https://www.usenix.org/conference/icac13

Submitted by Martina Maggio

IMPORTANT DATES
Paper registrations (title and abstract) due: February 25, 2013, 11:59 p.m. PST
Paper submissions due: March 4, 2013, 11:59 p.m. PST
Notification to authors: April 8, 2013
Final paper files due: May 22, 2013

OVERVIEW
ICAC is the leading conference on autonomic computing techniques,
foundations, and applications. Large-scale systems of all types, such
as data centers, compute clouds, sensor networks, embedded or
pervasive environments, and the Internet of Things are becoming
increasingly complex and burdensome for people to manage. Autonomic
computing systems reduce this burden by managing their own behavior in
accordance with high-level goals. In autonomic systems, resources and
applications are managed to maximize performance and minimize cost,
while maintaining predictable and reliable behavior in the face of
varying workloads, failures, and malicious threats. Achieving
self-management requires and motivates research that spans a wide
variety of scientific and engineering disciplines, including
distributed systems, artificial intelligence, machine learning,
modeling, control theory, optimization, planning, decision theory,
user interface design, data management, software engineering, emergent
behavior, and bio-inspired computing. ICAC brings together researchers
and practitioners from disparate disciplines, application domains, and
perspectives, enabling them to discover and share underlying
commonalities in their approaches to making resources, applications,
and systems more autonomic.

Topics
Papers are solicited from all areas of autonomic computing, including
(but not limited to):
Self-managing components, such as compute, storage, and networking
devices; embedded and real-time systems; and mobile devices such as
smart phones
AI and mathematical techniques, such as machine learning, control
theory, operations research, probability and stochastic processes,
queuing theory, rule-based systems, and bio-inspired techniques, and
their use in autonomic computing
End-to-end design and implementations for management of resources,
workloads, availability, performance, reliability, power/cooling,
security, and others
Monitoring systems that can scale to large environments
Hypervisors, operating systems, middleware, or application support for
autonomic computing
Novel human interfaces for monitoring and controlling autonomic systems
Goal specification and policies, including specification and modeling
of service-level agreements, behavior enforcement, IT governance, and
business-driven IT management
Frameworks, principles, architectures, and toolkits, from software
engineering practices and experimental methodologies to agent-based
techniques
Automated management techniques for emerging applications, systems,
and platforms, including social networks, Big Data systems, multi-core
processors, and Internet of Things
Fundamental science and theory of self-managing systems for
understanding, controlling, or exploiting emergent system behaviors to
enforce autonomic properties
Applications of autonomic computing and experiences with prototyped or
deployed systems solving real-world problems in science, engineering,
business, or society

Papers will be judged on originality, significance, interest,
correctness, clarity and relevance to the broader community. Papers
are strongly encouraged to report on experiences, measurements, user
studies, and provide an appropriate quantitative evaluation if at all
possible.

PAPER SUBMISSIONS
Full papers (a maximum of 10 pages) and short papers (4 pages) are
invited on a wide variety of topics relating to autonomic
computing. Both full and short papers should be typeset in two-column
format in 10 point type on 12 point (single-spaced) leading, with the
text block being no more than 6.5″ wide by 9″ deep. Both kinds of
papers should be submitted via the Web submission form, which will be
available here soon. Complete formatting and submission instructions
can be found here. Authors are also encouraged to submit a poster or
demo that summarizes or augments their paper (see below).

Simultaneous submission of the same work to multiple venues,
submission of previously published work, or plagiarism constitutes
dishonesty or fraud. USENIX, like other scientific and technical
conferences and journals, prohibits these practices and may take
action against authors who have committed them. See the USENIX
Conference Submissions Policy for details. Papers accompanied by
nondisclosure agreement forms will not be considered. If you are
uncertain whether your submission meets USENIX’s guidelines, please
contact the program co-chairs, icac13chairs@usenix.org, or the USENIX
office, submissionspolicy@usenix.org.

At least one author of an accepted paper is expected to present the
paper in person at the conference. The accepted papers will be
available online to registered attendees before the conference and
will also appear in proceedings distributed via USB drives at the
conference. If your accepted paper should not be published prior to
the event, please notify production@usenix.org. The papers will be
available online to everyone beginning on June 26, 2013. Accepted
submissions will be treated as confidential prior to publication on
the USENIX ICAC ’13 Web site; rejected submissions will be permanently
treated as confidential.

Special Tracks
To facilitate community collaboration and exchange of ideas in
emergent technological areas, ICAC ’13 will host two special tracks,
each of which will be reviewed by its own subcommittee. Dr. Levent
Gurgen will lead a special track on self-aware Internet of Things and
Dr. Karsten Schwan will lead a special track on management of Big Data
systems.

Posters, Demonstrations, and Exhibitions
ICAC ’13 will also feature a poster, demonstration, and exhibition
session consisting of research prototypes and technology artifacts
that demonstrate autonomic software or autonomic computing
principles. Please check back here for formatting and submission
instructions, plus the Web submission form specific to this session,
which will be available here soon.

PhD Thesis Digest Forum
Current PhD students who are working on topics relevant to autonomic
computing are invited to submit a short summary (up to 2 pages) of
their theses. Top selected submissions will be presented at a PhD
forum during the ICAC ’13 conference. Please check back here for
submission instructions.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS:
General Chair
Jeffrey Kephart, IBM Research

Program Co-Chairs
Calton Pu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Xiaoyun Zhu, VMware

Poster/Demo/Exhibit Chair
Samuel Kounev, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

PhD Forum Chair
Rean Griffith, VMware

Publicity Chairs
Martina Maggio, Lund University
Ming Zhao, Florida International University

Program Committee
Tarek Abdelzaher, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Artur Andrzejak, Heidelberg University
Sara Bouchenak, INRIA
Giuliano Casale, Imperial College London
Yuan Chen, HP Labs
Charles Consel, INRIA
Alva Couch, Tufts University
Peter Dinda, Northwestern University
Joao E. Ferreira, University of Sao Paulo
Jose Fortes, University of Florida
Dimitrios Georgakopoulos, CSIRO
Rean Griffith, VMware
Xiaohui Gu, North Carolina State University
Yuxiong He, Microsoft Research
Tom Holvoet, KU Leuven
Jiman Hong, Soongsil University
Geoff Jiang, NEC Labs
Nagarajan Kandasamy, Drexel University
Yasuhiko Kanemasa, Fujitsu Labs
Jeff Kephart, IBM Research
Samuel Kounev, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Mike Kozuch, Intel Labs
Marin Litoiu, York University
Xue Liu, McGill University
Arif Merchant, Google
Tridib Mukherjee, Xerox Research
Onur Mutlu, Carnegie Mellon University
Priya Narashimhan, Carnegie Mellon University
Omer Rana, Cardiff University
Anders Robertsson, Lund University
Kai Sachs, SAP AG
Hartmut Schmeck, KIT
Karsten Schwan, Georgia Institute of Technology
Onn Shehory, IBM Research Haifa
Yasushi Shinjo, Tsukuba University
Evgenia Smirni, College of William and Mary
Christopher Stewart, Ohio State University
Ya-Yunn Su, National Taiwan University
Vanish Talwar, HP Labs
Bhuvan Urgaonkar, Pennsylvania State University
Mustafa Uysal, VMware
Xiaorui Wang, Ohio State University
Jianwei Yin, Zhejiang University
Kenji Yoshihira, NEC Labs
Jianfeng Zhan, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ming Zhao, Florida International University
Xiaobo Zhou, University of Colorado

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* Call for Papers: EuroMPI 2013

http://www.eurompi2013.org

Submitted by Javier Garcia Blas

Recent Advances in Message Passing Interface. 20th European MPI Users’
Group Meeting (EuroMPI 2013)

EuroMPI 2013 is being held in cooperation with SIGHPC

Madrid, Spain, September 15-18, 2013

www.eurompi2013.org

BACKGROUND AND TOPICS
EuroMPI is the preeminent meeting for users, developers and
researchers to interact and discuss new developments and applications
of message-passing parallel computing, in particular in and related to
the Message Passing Interface (MPI). The annual meeting has a long,
rich tradition, and the 20th European MPI Users’ Group Meeting will
again be a lively forum for discussion of everything related to usage
and implementation of MPI and other parallel programming
interfaces. Traditionally, the meeting has focused on the efficient
implementation of aspects of MPI, typically on high-performance
computing platforms, benchmarking and tools for MPI, short-comings and
extensions of MPI, parallel I/O and fault tolerance, as well as
parallel applications using MPI. The meeting is open towards other
topics, in particular application experience and alternative
interfaces for high-performance heterogeneous, hybrid, distributed
memory systems.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- MPI implementation issues and improvements
- Extensions to and shortcomings of MPI
- Tools and environments for MPI
- Hybrid and heterogeneous programming with MPI and other interfaces
- Relation of MPI to alternative interfaces for hybrid/heterogeneous
distributed memory systems
- Interaction between message-passing software and hardware, in
particular new high performance architectures
- Fault tolerance in message-passing implementations and systems
- Performance evaluation for MPI and MPI based applications-
- Automatic performance tuning of MPI applications and implementations
- Verification of message passing applications and protocols
- Applications using message-passing, in particular in Computational
Science and Scientific Computing
- Non-standard message-passing applications
- Parallel algorithms in the message-passing paradigm
- Algorithms using the message-passing paradigm

The meeting will feature contributed talks on the selected,
peer-reviewed papers, invited expert talks covering upcoming and
future issues, a vendor session where selected vendors will present
their new developments in hybrid and heterogeneous cluster and
high-performance architectures, a poster session, and a tutorial day.

The scientific part of the conference is organized in cooperation with
ACM SIGHPC. Conference proceedings will be published in the ACM
Digital Library, which includes short and long papers, workshop
papers, and posters. Selected high quality papers will be published in
an international journals. There will also be a reward for the overall
best paper from the academic conference.

SUBMISSION INFORMATION
Contributors are invited to submit a full paper as a PDF document not
exceeding 6 pages in English. The title page should contain an
abstract of at most 100 words and five specific, topical keywords. The
paper must be formatted according to double-column ACM ICPS
proceedings style. The usage of LaTeX for preparation of the
contribution as well as the submission in camera ready format is
strongly recommended. Style files can be found at

http://www.acm.org/publications/icps-instructions/.

New work that is not yet mature for a full paper, short observations,
and similar brief announcements are invited for the poster
session. Contributions to the poster session should be submitted in
the form of a two page abstract.

All contributions will be fully peer reviewed by the program
committee. Papers shall be submitted electronically via Easychair, see

http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=eurompi2013.

AWARDS
There will be awards for the best paper and best student paper. These
awards will be chosen by the program committee. The best paper award
will be given to the paper judged to have the highest overall quality.

SCHEDULE, IMPORTANT DATES
- Submission of full papers and poster: March 29th, 2013
- Author notification: May 11th, 2013
- Camera Ready papers due: June 15th, 2013
- Tutorial(s): September 15th, 2012
- Conference: September 16th-18th, 2013

COMMITTEE
GENERAL CHAIR
Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA

ORGANIZERS, PC CHAIRS

Javier Garcia Blas, Carlos III University (fjblas@inf.uc3m.es)
Jesus Carretero, Carlos III University (jesus.carretero@uc3m.es)

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Pavan Balaji, Argonne National Laboratory
Siegfried Benkner, University of Vienna
George Bosilca, Innovative Computing Laboratory – University of Tennessee
Gil Bloch, Mellanox Technologies
Ron Brightwell, Sandia National Laboratories
Darius Buntinas, Argonne National Laboratory
Franck Cappello, INRIA and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Yiannis Cotronis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Chi-Yin Chow, Department of Computer Science, City University of Hong Kong
Anthony Danalis, University of Tennessee
Luiz Derose, Cray
Christian Engelmann, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Edgar Gabriel, University of Houston
Brice Goglin, INRIA
Ganesh Gopalakrishnan, University of Utah
David Goodell, Argonne National Laboratory
Richard Graham, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
William Gropp, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Rainer Keller, HFT Stuttgart, University of Applied Science
Julian Kunkel, Universitat Hamburg
Thomas Herault, University of Tennessee
Bronis De Supinski, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Thomas Ludwig, German Climate Computing Center and University of Hamburg
David E. Singh, University Carlos III of Madrid
Torsten Hoefler, ETH Zurich
Atsushi Hori, RIKEN AICS
Florin Isaila, University Carlos III of Madrid
Akihiro Inokuchi, Osaka University
Yutaka Ishikawa, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
/ Information Technology Center, The University of Tokyo
Emmanuel Jeannot, INRIA
Dries Kimpe, Argonne National Laboratory
Jesper Larsson Traf, Vienna University of Technology
Alexey Lastovetsky, UCD School of Computer Science & Informatics
Laurent Lefevre, INRIA
Dong Li, Oak Rdige National Lab
Ewing Lusk, Argonne National Laboratory
Guillaume Mercier, ENSEIRB/INRIA
Bernd Mohr, Juelich Supercomputing Center
Raffaele Montella, Department of Applied Science – University of
Naples Parthenope
Matthias Mueller, ZIH, TU Dresden
Jose Nelson Amaral, University of Alberta
Jaechun No, Sejong University
Maria S. Perez, Technical University of Madrid
Rolf Rabenseifner, HLRS, University of Stuttgart
Rolf Riesen, IBM
Gudula Runge, Chemnitz University of Technology
Mitsuhisa Sato, University of Tsukuba
Christian Siebert, RWTH Aachen University
Anna Sikora, DACSO – UAB
Shinji Sumimoto, Fujitsu Laboratories
Frederic Suter, IN2P3 Computing Center
Jeff Squyres, Cisco
Alexander Supalov, Intel GmbH
Domenico Talia, Universita della Calabria
Vinod Tipparaju, AMD
Rajeev Thakur, Argonne National Laboratory
Carsten Trinitis, University of Bedfordshire
Yuichi Tsujita, Kinki University
Denis Trystram, Grenoble university
Keith Underwood, Intel
Alan Wagner, University of British Columbia
Roland Wismulle, University of Siegen
Roman Wyrzykowski, Czestochowa University of Technology
Xin Yuan, Flroida State University

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* Call for Workshops: EuroMPI2013

http://www.eurompi2013.org

Submitted by Javier Garcia Blas

Recent Advances in Message Passing Interface. 20th European MPI Users’
Group Meeting – In-cooperation with ACM and SIGHPC
Madrid, Spain, September 15-18, 2013

Proposals are solicited for workshops to be held in conjunction with
the 20th European MPI Users’ Group Meeting – EuroMPI 2013.

Co-located workshops at EuroMPI 2013 conference are distinguished
meeting points for discussing ongoing work and latest ideas related to
MPI-based applications. Of particular interest are workshop proposals
with an interdisciplinary standpoint, proposals focusing on a specific
technology of general interest, or gathering a sub-community.

BACKGROUND AND TOPICS
EuroMPI is the preeminent meeting for users, developers and
researchers to interact and discuss new developments and applications
of message-passing parallel computing, in particular in and related to
the Message Passing Interface (MPI). The annual meeting has a long,
rich tradition, and the 20th European MPI Users’ Group Meeting will
again be a lively forum for discussion of everything related to usage
and implementation of MPI and other parallel programming
interfaces. Traditionally, the meeting has focused on the efficient
implementation of aspects of MPI, typically on high-performance
computing platforms, benchmarking and tools for MPI, short-comings and
extensions of MPI, parallel I/O and fault tolerance, as well as
parallel applications using MPI. The meeting is open towards other
topics, in particular application experience and alternative
interfaces for high-performance heterogeneous, hybrid, distributed
memory systems.

IMPORTANT DATES
Workshop proposals due: January 15, 2012
Workshop notification: January 30, 2013

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
The organizers of accepted workshops are required to advertise the
workshop and call for papers, solicit submissions, conduct the
reviewing process, and decide upon the final workshop program.

Workshop proposals and further inquiries should be sent to the EuroMPI
2013 Workshops Chairs:

EuroMPI Program Chairs (eurompi2013 [at] arcos.inf.uc3m.es)

The workshop proposal should include following information:

1. Title of the workshop: International Workshop on …
2. Workshop Organizers(s): name, affiliation, address, phone and fax
numbers, e-mail.
3. Brief description of the workshop (several hundred words) receiving
the notification.
5. Call for paper of the workshop (draft version – 1 page CFP MS Word version).
6. Tentative list of program committee members (Name, affiliation,
country, email address).
7. Your workshop web address (Tentative).

The decision on acceptance/rejection of workshop proposals will be
made on the basis of the overall quality of the proposal as well as of
how it fits in with the conference. The organizers of successful
workshops will be responsible for their own reviewing process,
publicity (e.g., website and call for papers), and proceedings
production. They will be required to closely cooperate with the
Workshops Chairs and the EuroMPI 2013 local organizers to finalize all
organizational details.

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* Call for Papers: APRES2013

http://www.control.lth.se/APRES2013/

Submitted by Martina Maggio

5th Workshop on Adaptive and Reconfigurable Embedded Systems

Adaptive systems can respond to environmental changes including usage
conditions, hardware/software defects, resource allocation, and
non-continual feature usage. As such, adaptive systems can extend the
area of operations and improve efficiency in the use of system
resources. However, adaptability also incurs overhead in terms of
system complexity and requirements, as a result the adaptive system
needs careful design and usage testing. More precisely, an adaptive
system requires means for reconfiguration that allows it to adapt to
changes. These means and their mechanisms introduce additional
complexity to the design and the architecture, and they also require
additional resources such as computation, power, and also
communication bandwidth for distributed reconfiguration.

Moreover, to take advantage of adaptability, new specification methods
are needed, to define acceptable adaptation ranges which will be
explored by the system at run-time to improve a given performance
metric. However, current operating systems and network protocols are
not designed to support such flexible requirements, and generally do
not support complementary reflexive mechanisms that are needed to
allow the application to adjust itself to the current
configuration. Finally, programming such systems also needs adequate
middleware layers that provide adequate interfaces for the development
of adaptive applications. Building such middleware so that it
preserves adaptability while providing performance guarantees together
with satisfying other usual goals, such as modularity, reusability and
scalability, is a challenge still to be conquered.

This workshop brings together researchers in the development and use
of adaptive and reconfigurable embedded systems and from the embedded
systems community at large. Of particular interest are new concepts
and ideas for modeling and analyzing tradeoffs of embedded and
real-time systems, novel algorithms and mechanisms to realize
adaptation and reconfigurability, and experience reports with
practical case studies.

TOPICS
Any topics of interest to embedded, real-time and dependable systems
research in the areas of systems, languages, software, theory,
networking, control and analysis with specific focus on
reconfigurability and adaptivity.

IMPORTANT DATES:
Paper submission: January 13, 2013
Notification of acceptance: March 4, 2013
Camera ready: March 14, 2013
Workshop: April 8, 2013

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* Call for Papers: Journal of Systems Architecture

http://www.journals.elsevier.com/

Submitted by Miguel A. Vega-Rodriguez

Special Issue on: Design Space Exploration of Embedded Systems

The special issue is open to any topic related with embedded systems,
but from a design space exploration approach.

All the details (format, submission system, deadline, etc.) at:

http://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-systems-architecture/

call-for-papers/design-space-exploration-of-embedded-systems/

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