CAP: Computer Architecture & Platforms
CAP Symposium Chairs
Cristina Seceleanu, Mälardalen University, Sweden
Hironori Kasahara, Waseda University, Japan
The Computer Architecture & Platforms Symposium (CAP) aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners that study and build computer systems consisting of disparate components, using different metrics and methods, but providing synergetic effects. These systems usually act as reusable supporting platforms for a wide range of applications, potentially restricted by specific domains.
CAP is uniquely positioned within COMPSAC to address relevant topics related to the conception, design, deployment and utilization of a variety of architectures and platforms – from mobile to networked data centers. Non-limiting topics include:
- requirements analysis
- co-analysis, co-design and co-verification
- modeling, design, development, testing, measurement, verification and validation for function, performance, safety, security, and dependability constraints of cyber-physical systems and networked systems.
The effective construction of computing systems is not restricted solely to the field of computer science and engineering, but it is truly a multidisciplinary effort. Multidisciplinary work, research and development of software prototypes, industry-university collaborations, all based on emerging and critical concepts and technologies are of particular interest to this symposium.
In addition to regular papers we welcome short papers (6 pages) and fast abstracts (2 pages). Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research work in full-paper format. Simultaneous submission to other publication venues is not permitted except as highlighted on the Journal Publication Opportunities page. The review and selection process for submissions is designed to identify papers that break new ground and provide substantial support for their results and conclusions as significant contributions to the field. Submissions will be selected that represent a major advancement in the subject of the symposia to which they are submitted. Authors of submissions with a limited contribution or scope may be asked to revise their submissions into a more succinct camera-ready format; e.g., workshop paper, fast abstract, or poster to the main conference.