MDE@DeRun 2019 was the 2nd International Workshop on Model-Driven Engineering for Design-Runtime Interaction in Complex Systems. It was successfully run on July 15, 2019 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands (co-located with STAF 2019).

The complete proceedings are available in open access at CEUR-WS Vol. 2405. This year’s event notably included a keynote by Professor Manuel Wimmer (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria): From Design-Time to Runtime and Back Again with Liquid Models. It also included an invited talk by Dr Hugo Bruneliere (IMT Atlantique & LS2N-CNRS, France): A Model-based Framework for Continuous Development and Runtime Validation of Complex Systems: MegaM@Rt2 EU Project Results.

The objective of this workshop series is to provide a venue where researchers and practitioners on model-driven/-based techniques and architectures for complex systems can meet. It aims at disseminating and exchanging ideas or challenges, identifying current/future key issues and exploring possible solutions. Suitable topics include notably:

  • Model-based techniques, methods, and tools allowing any interactions between design time and runtime (possibly resulting from heterogeneous engineering practices);
  • Model-based techniques, methods, and tools for inferring design deviations and identifying affected elements over a (possibly large) spectrum of runtime system configurations or conditions;
  • Methods and techniques allowing to practically integrate, possibly in different ways, any feedback collected at runtime into design level models;
  • Integrated model-based methods and techniques for runtime analysis and design input collection, e.g. based on probes injection to some runtime artifacts;
  • V&V mechanisms for linking results of runtime analysis (e.g. from execution traces) with design models expressing system requirements (both functional and non-functional ones);
  • (Industrial) case studies, experience reports, literature reviews or visionary positions related to any of the previously mentioned topics.
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