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Subject: [Caml-list] SoSyM: Journal on Software and Systems Modeling
Date: Fri, 16 Aug 2019 19:20:00 +0200
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Dear all,

we would like you to know that SoSyM, the Springer Journal on Software and Systems Modeling is expanding. The SoSyM impact factor has recently increased to 2.7. Because SoSyM is a successful journal, Springer and the editors have now decided to adapt some of the policy to current needs. 

Based on this success we have adapted the print policy such that papers accepted are now printed within the next issue (i.e. usually within 2 months).

SoSyM is meant to stay the primary venue for all research results focussing on models, modelling languages, use of models e.g.  for transformation, simulation and synthesis.

SoSyM consists of regular papers, expert voices and special issues, for example
-  Jean Bezivin    -  Grady Booch   -  Manfred Broy       -  Betty Cheng
-  Marsha Chechik  -  David Garlan  -  Martin Gogolla     -  David Harel  
-  Michael Jackson -  Ivar Jacobson -  Jean-Marc Jezequel -  Edward Lee
-  Bran Selic      -  Janos Sztipanovits            -  Wil van der Aalst
are involved.

SoSyM also has a close link to the ACM/IEEE MODELS conference: You can submit at SoSyM first and can then be selected for presentation at MODELS.  Please also come to MODELS to see the best SoSyM papers awards being handed over.

Some facts for readers and authors:
 - published since 2002
 - steadily and successfully increasing output
 - additional online first publication immediately after finalization
 - Impact Factor 2018 (2 years): 2.660
    CiteScore 2018: 2.78
    SJR 2018: 0.534
    SNIP 2018: 2.341

In SoSyM you find recent papers like:

* An extensible approach to implicit incremental model analyses.
Georg Hinkel, Robert Heinrich, Ralf Reussner 

* A unifying framework for homogeneous model composition.
Jörg Kienzle, Gunter Mussbacher, Benoit Combemale, Julien Deantoni

* A Multi-Paradigm Modelling approach to live modelling.
Yentl Van Tendeloo, Simon Van Mierlo, Hans Vangheluwe

* Models@run.time: a guided tour of the state of the art and research challenges.
Nelly Bencomo, Sebastian Götz, Hui Song

* Use, potential, and showstoppers of models in automotive requirements engineering.
Grischa Liebel, Matthias Tichy, Eric Knauss

* Model-integrating development of software systems: a flexible component-based approach.
Mahdi Derakhshanmanesh, Jürgen Ebert, Marvin Grieger, Gregor Engels

* Hybrid co-simulation: it’s about time.
Fabio Cremona, Marten Lohstroh, David Broman, Edward A. Lee, Michael Masin, Stavros Tripakis

Interested in more infos, a reading sample or submitting a paper, check the current calls for special issues? Please have a look at:

All the best,

Jeff Gray, Bernhard Rumpe
Huseyin Ergin, Martin Schindler

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