[kepler-dev] FDL session?

Bertram Ludaescher ludaesch at sdsc.edu
Mon Oct 4 09:02:13 PDT 2004

This is quite interesting also from a non-hardware but scientific
workflow point of view. There seems to be no design methodology for
scientific workflows out there (other than maybe wants known from
business workflows). Ptolemy's actor-oriented modeling and design, on
the other hand seem quite promising in that regard and I'm sure we
could create some interest from the Kepler folks..


>>>>> "EAL" == Edward A Lee <eal at eecs.berkeley.edu> writes:
EAL> I've been invited to the program committee for FDL (Forum on Design
EAL> Languages) with a specific request to "organize a special session
EAL> around the Ptolemy environment."  I'm polling to see whether there
EAL> is enough interest in the community for such a session, or perhaps
EAL> a broader one on concurrent models of computation.
EAL> FDL will be held September 27-30, 2005 at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.
EAL> FDL is outgrowth of the former VHDL and Verilog conferences. It has
EAL> a hardware design slant, with some embedded software, and lately,
EAL> a heavy emphasis on UML.
EAL> Let me know if you have some interest in this, or if you know of
EAL> people who might be interested.
EAL> Edward
EAL> ------------
EAL> Edward A. Lee, Professor
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EAL> phone: 510-642-0455, fax: 510-642-2739
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