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2nd Workshop on Domain-specific Modeling Methods and Tools - OMiLAB Nodes experience & knowledge exchange (OMILAB-KNOW)

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2nd Workshop on Domain-specific Modeling Methods and Tools - OMiLAB Nodes experience & knowledge exchange (OMILAB-KNOW)

Date/Time: September 11, 2024
Location: Prague University of Economics and Business, Czech Republic
The workshop aims to stimulate discussions on the requirements, use, design decisions, tooling, and evaluations regarding domain-specific conceptual modeling methods in the context of Business Informatics Research.

Discussions will be facilitated by the ongoing activities and experiences of nodes within the OMiLAB network and community of practice, drawing from insights and lessons learned from recent projects where modeling methods played a pivotal role, e.g. The outcomes from the network members include modeling tools, modeling method components or extensions, model-driven artifacts, applications of domain-specific modeling, and empirical and explorative evaluation strategies. OMiLAB nodes are invited to share with the community the latest artifacts and lessons learned, along with any visions that may potentially lead to them.

Researchers and educators outside the OMiLAB network who are active in knowledge engineering, enterprise modeling, and domain-specific modeling are also encouraged to contribute to the workshop. Particularly those with an interest, in the value of conceptual models and the diversity of modeling purposes they serve. Knowledge exchanges with other modeling-centric communities are expected to drive debates and positions reflecting diverse perspectives.

Both insights from empirical experimentation and design-oriented research are welcome. The integration of conceptual modeling topics in curricular contents and associated teaching experiences are also typical areas of interest within the workshop’s scope.

Various stages of research progress can be reported in the workshop submissions - from (short) position and vision papers to (full) research papers, tool demos, and experience reports.

Relevant Topics

  • Domain specific modeling languages for business informatics and digital innovation
  • Domain specific modeling and Artificial Intelligence
  • Domain specific modeling for low-code engineering
  • Modeling method requirements and evaluations
  • Design and deployment of conceptual modeling methods
  • Enterprise modeling for business ecosystems
  • Modeling tools and tool extensions
  • From conceptual models to digital twins and knowledge graphs
  • Model-driven engineering and model-driven artifacts
  • Enterprise architecture modeling
  • Applications, scenarios and experience reports on model use and model value
  • Empirical studies on model and modeling method qualities
  • Teaching cases and experiences with conceptual modeling
  • The future of humans, communities, and technology
  • Community-Technology Interaction in the Digital Age

Paper Submission

We invite two types of paper contributions:
  • Full papers: regular research or experience papers (10-12 pages)
  • Short papers: be position or vision papers (6-9 pages)
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