SAM'06, is the short title for the Fifth Workshop on System Analysis and
Modelling (formerly SDL and MSC Workshop). The event will be held May 31st -
June 2nd, 2006, University of Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern,
which serves as a platform where the evolution and use of system design
languages (SDL) and technologies is discussed, is targeted at academics and
others involved in these areas. The SAM Workshop is organised every second year
by the SDL Forum Society, which is a non-profit organisation established by
language users and tool providers to promote and develop ITU-T modelling
techniques. SDL Forum activity is closely aligned with ITU-T, which recommends
and publishes the languages ASN.1, MSC, SDL, eODL, TTCN and URN. Study Group 17 is ITU-T’s Lead Study Group on Languages and
information about SAM'06, please see the web page.
also organises the SDL Forum event every other year that addresses topics
related to the modelling and analysis of reactive systems, distributed systems
such as telecommunications, automotive, aerospace and web-based applications,
where SDL are used. The intended audience includes users of modelling
techniques (in industrial research and standardization contexts), tool vendors,
and language researchers.
information about the thirteenth SDL Forum to be held 2007, please see the web page.