Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Structure Systems

Many systems are better represented by models with a dynamic structure/topology. Changes in system structure involve the modification of components' interactions and the addition/removal of components.

Examples of structure variant systems include adaptive computer architectures, self-configuring sensor networks and biological systems. The ability to mimic changes in system structure into model topology provides a powerful construct to obtain simpler descriptions of reality, enabling the representation of very complex systems.

We solicit original, previously unpublished papers offering new contributions in the following (non-exhaustive) list of topics:

Program Committee

Authors must strictly follow the general SCSC guidelines and instructions for authors (that can be found here).

Key Dates
Special Sessions Proposals January 31, 2010
Paper submission February 28, 2010
Notification of Acceptance April 30, 2010
Final (in most cases, revised) submission May 28, 2010