[Om-announce] [simu-conf] CFP - Theory and Foundations of Modeling and Simulation, TMS'21

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Theory and Foundations of Modeling and Simulation, TMS'21 

(part of the Annual Modeling and Simulation Conference, ANNSIM'21)

July 19-21, at George Mason University, Fairfax, VA (Hybrid event)




The purpose of the track on Theory and Foundations of Modeling and
Simulation is to provide a forum to discuss most recent advancements in this
field. The main focus is on theory of modeling, methodology, practice and
software to cope with the challenges arising out of these, as well as
lessons learned and challenges. 


Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following:

- Theory: Advances in Modeling Formalisms, Formal analysis and symbolic
reasoning, Model checking, Model Transformation, Behavior Abstraction and
Model Reduction, Graph transformations, Model Abstraction and Machine
Learning, Formalism-Based Model Debugging, 

- Modular Approaches in M&S: , Model Composition, Co-simulation,
Interoperability, Modular Modeling of Hybrid Systems, Modular Modeling of
Spatially Distributed Systems, Modular Representation of Numerical Solvers

- Complex Systems M&S:, Multi-Paradigm/Multi-Domain Modeling,
Multi-Resolution/Multiscale Modeling, Cyber-Physical Systems M&S, Ultra
Large Scale Systems M&S, Systems of Systems M&S

- Technologies (related to theoretical/foundational methods):
Parallel/distributed/cloud/edge simulation, Real-time and Interactive
simulation, M&S of Embedded Systems, 

- M&S Tools and Standards (related to theoretical/foundational methods):
Simulation Languages/Libraries, Simulation Development/Visualization Tools,
M&S Repositories/Data Formats

- Applications of theoretical/foundational methods


Original, high-quality technical papers are solicited for review, possible
presentation and subsequent publication in the conference proceedings. All
submissions will be peer reviewed. Authors of papers accepted are expected
to attend the conference, present their work to their peers, transfer
copyright, and pay a conference registration fee at the time their
camera-ready paper is submitted. Papers registered and presented will be
included in the conference proceedings, possibly archived in the ACM Digital
Library, IEEExplore and indexed in DBLP, Web of Science and SCOPUS.


Paper Submission: March 1, 2021

Author Notification: April 30th, 2021

Camera-ready Paper due: May 17, 2021

Conference: July 19-21, 2021


Further information:



SIMULATION Journal (Taylor and Francis): Special Issue on TMS:



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