Welcome to the first edition of International Workshop on Runtime Analysis of Process-Aware Information Systems (PRAISE).
Modern process-aware information systems (PAISs) are increasingly large and can encompass or connect with numerous other systems ranging from traditional software systems to social networks, clouds, Internet of Things (IoT), and so on. Apart from the intrinsic complexity of integrated systems, the variability and dynamicity of the surrounding environments make it extremely challenging to ensure the correctness of such complex and large scale PAISs, especially at runtime.
Given many decades of research and development in PAISs, many existing methods and techniques have been successful in addressing software system properties at design–time. Unfortunately, less attention has been drawn to the analysis of systems at runtime. The workshop aims at raising the awareness of the analysis of systems functional and non-functional properties at runtime and providing a forum for researchers and practitioners who are interested in methods and techniques for runtime verification and compliance checking, quantitative analysis (e.g. prediction and optimization of temporal performance) and their applications and validating in experimental and industrial settings.
The goal of the workshop is to provide a dedicated forum for researchers and practitioners in different disciplines and various domains that are relevant for the workshop theme. We are looking forward to stimulating discussions from both theoretical and practical dimensions on investigating and addressing the problem of runtime analysis and consistencies checking of process-aware information systems.
- The details of workshop program are available now updated 16 August, 2016
- Details on Registration updated 9 July, 2016
- Deadline for paper submission has been extended until 6 June, 2016
- 6 March, 2016: Information on where to stay in Rio has been updated.
- 1 March, 2016: The workshop website is up and running.