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DSLRob-­‐12,	  Tsukuba,	  Japan         3rd	  Interna:onal	  Workshop	  on	           Domain-­‐Specific	  Languages	  and	 ...
DSLRob-­‐12,	  Tsukuba,	  JapanDomain-­‐Specific	  Languages	  (DSLs)	  and	  Model-­‐driven	  SoUware	  Development	  (MDS...
DSLRob-­‐12,	  Tsukuba,	  Japan               DSLRob	  2010	  at	  IROS	  2010	  (Taipei)               4	  papers05.11.20...
DSLRob-­‐12,	  Tsukuba,	  Japan        DSLRob	  2011	  at	  IROS	          2011	  (San	  Francisco)        4	  papers05.11...
DSLRob-­‐12,	  Tsukuba,	  JapanThis	  workshop	  will	  focus	  on	  the	  use	  of	  Domain-­‐Specific	  Languages	  and	 ...
DSLRob-­‐12,	  Tsukuba,	  JapanProgram	  commiMeeAlexandre	  Bergel,	  University	  of	  Chile,	  ChileGeoffrey	  Biggs,	  ...
DSLRob-­‐12,	  Tsukuba,	  Japan10:00	  -­‐	  10:15	  	     Welcome	  and	  Opening	  /	  Chris7an	  Schlegel,	  Serge	  S7...
DSLRob-­‐12,	  Tsukuba,	  JapanDiscussion•	  all	  of	  a	  sudden,	  20	  PhD	  students	  ask	  you:	  what	  is	  a	  h...
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  1. 1. DSLRob-­‐12,  Tsukuba,  Japan 3rd  Interna:onal  Workshop  on   Domain-­‐Specific  Languages  and   models  for  ROBo:c  systems   (DSLRob-­‐12) Chris7an  Schlegel,  University  of  Applied  Sciences  Ulm,  Germany Ulrik  P.  Schultz,  University  of  Southern  Denmark,  Denmark Serge  S7nckwich,  UCBN  &  UMI  UMMISCO  (IRD/UPMC),  France05.11.2012 DSLRob  2012  /  Schlegel,  Schultz,  S7nckwich 1
  2. 2. DSLRob-­‐12,  Tsukuba,  JapanDomain-­‐Specific  Languages  (DSLs)  and  Model-­‐driven  SoUware  Development  (MDSD)  are  emerging  areas  of  interest  in  the  robo7cs  research  community.  Both  have  been  instrumental  for  resolving  complex  issues  in  a  wide  range  of  domains,  including  e.g.  distributed  and  modular  robo7cs,  control,  and  vision.The  goal  of  this  workshop  is  to  bring  together  robo7cs  researchers  working  with  DSLs  and  models  in  different  aspects  of  robo7cs.    DSLs  and  models  are  key  elements  in  many  robo7c  systems  presented  at  leading  conferences  such  as  IROS  and  ICRA,  but  the  domain-­‐centric  structure  of  the  typical  robo7cs  conference  does  not  offer  a  natural  venue  for  exchange  of  ideas  regarding  DSLs  and  models.The  intended  audience  is  those  robo7cs  researchers  throughout  the  en7re  robo7cs  community  who  use  DSLs  and  models  as  a  key  component  of  their  robo7cs  soUware  infrastructure.  In  addi7on,  robo7cs  researchers  with  an  interest  in  modern  approaches  to  solving  complex  soUware-­‐related  issues  will  find  the  workshop  inspira7onal. 05.11.2012 DSLRob  2012  /  Schlegel,  Schultz,  S7nckwich 2
  3. 3. DSLRob-­‐12,  Tsukuba,  Japan DSLRob  2010  at  IROS  2010  (Taipei) 4  papers05.11.2012 DSLRob  2012  /  Schlegel,  Schultz,  S7nckwich 3
  4. 4. DSLRob-­‐12,  Tsukuba,  Japan DSLRob  2011  at  IROS   2011  (San  Francisco) 4  papers05.11.2012 DSLRob  2012  /  Schlegel,  Schultz,  S7nckwich 4
  5. 5. DSLRob-­‐12,  Tsukuba,  JapanThis  workshop  will  focus  on  the  use  of  Domain-­‐Specific  Languages  and  Models  for  Robo7c  Systems.  Topics  that  are  of  special  interest  include:-­‐    domain-­‐specific  languages  to  express  reac7ve  behaviors,  composi7on  of  behaviors,          mo7on  descrip7on  languages  (MDL),-­‐    domain-­‐specific  languages  to  express  uncertainty,  modelling  of  physical  system,          real-­‐7me  constraints,-­‐    domain-­‐specific  languages  to  describe  coopera7ve  robo7cs  and  modular  robo7cs  systems,-­‐    tools  support  and  frameworks  for  describing  and  manipula7ng  DSLs,  models  and          meta-­‐models  for  robo7c  systems,-­‐    code  genera7on  and  code  transforma7on  for  robo7cs  systems,  variability  in  robo7c  systems,-­‐    meta-­‐models  to  express  robo7c  specific  structures  and  best  prac7ces,-­‐    frameworks  to  combine  DSLs  in  an  uniform  manner,-­‐    benchmarks  to  compare  use  of  DSL  vs  general-­‐purpose  programming,  and-­‐    programming  languages  in  the  context  of  robo7c  systems,  visual  languages  for  robots,        languages  to  teach  robo7cs. 05.11.2012 DSLRob  2012  /  Schlegel,  Schultz,  S7nckwich 5
  6. 6. DSLRob-­‐12,  Tsukuba,  JapanProgram  commiMeeAlexandre  Bergel,  University  of  Chile,  ChileGeoffrey  Biggs,  AIST,  JapanMirko  Bordignon,  Digipack  Automa7on,  Sanovo  Technology  GroupDamien  Cassou,  INRIA,  FranceAkim  Demaille,  EPITA/LRDE,  FranceJeff  Gray,  University  of  Alabama,  USASylvain  Joyeux,  DFKI,  GermanyHenrik  Nilsson  Henrik  Nilsson,  University  of  No`ngham,  UKPatrick  Mar7n,  York  College  of  Pennsylvania,  USAWalid  Taha,  Halmstadt  University,  SwedenChris7na  Vicente-­‐Chicote,  University  of  Cartagena,  SpainMikal  Ziane,  LIP6,  France 05.11.2012 DSLRob  2012  /  Schlegel,  Schultz,  S7nckwich 6
  7. 7. DSLRob-­‐12,  Tsukuba,  Japan10:00  -­‐  10:15     Welcome  and  Opening  /  Chris7an  Schlegel,  Serge  S7nckwich10:15  -­‐  10:45     Juan  Francisco  Inglés-­‐Romero,  Alex  Lotz,  Cris7na  Vicente  Chicote  and  Chris7an  Schlegel.           Dealing  with  Run-­‐Time  Variability  in  Service  Robo9cs:         Towards  a  DSL  for  Non-­‐Func9onal  Proper9es10:45  -­‐  11:15     Andreas  Angerer,  Remi  Smirra,  Alwin  Hoffmann,  Andreas  Schierl,  Michael  Vistein         and  Wolfgang  Reif.         A  Graphical  Language  for  Real-­‐Time  Cri9cal  Robot  Commands11:15  -­‐  11:45     Markus  Klotzbücher,  Herman  Bruyninckx  and  Geoffrey  Biggs.         Pure  Coordina9on  using  the  Coordinator-­‐Configurator  PaGern11:45  -­‐  12:15     Tinne  De  Laet,  Wouter  Schaekers,  Jonas  de  Greef  and  Herman  Bruyninckx.         Domain  Specific  Language  for  Geometric  Rela9ons  between  Rigid  Bodies         targeted  to  robo9c  applica9ons12:15  -­‐  13:45     LUNCH  BREAK13:45  -­‐  14:15     Arne  Nordmann  and  Sebas7an  Wrede.         A  Domain-­‐Specific  Language  for  Rich  Motor  Skill  Architectures14:15  -­‐  14:45     Walid  Taha  and  Roland  Philippsen.         Modeling  Basic  Aspects  of  Cyber-­‐Physical  Systems14:45  -­‐  15:15     COFFEE  BREAK15:15  -­‐  17:00     DISCUSSION  -­‐  roadmap  (hot  topics,  priori7es,  benefits)  of  issues  related  to  the  WS  topics 05.11.2012 DSLRob  2012  /  Schlegel,  Schultz,  S7nckwich 7
  8. 8. DSLRob-­‐12,  Tsukuba,  JapanDiscussion•  all  of  a  sudden,  20  PhD  students  ask  you:  what  is  a  hot  topic  in  that  field?•  hot  topics? •  DSLs,  Meta-­‐Models,  MDSD,  …•  domains? •  already  covered  and  solved •  tried  to  address  but  not  yet  solved  in  a  sa7sfying  way •  badly  needed  but  not  yet  addressed•  research  roadmap? •  milestones,  benefits,  priori7es?•    community  services •  JOSER,  RAS-­‐TCSOFT,  forum? •  which  stakeholders  to  involve?05.11.2012 DSLRob  2012  /  Schlegel,  Schultz,  S7nckwich 8
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