ACSOS 2022
Mon 19 - Fri 23 September 2022 virtual

The goal of the IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS) is to provide a forum for sharing the latest research results, ideas and experiences in autonomic computing, self-adaptation and self-organization. ACSOS was founded in 2020 as a merger of the IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC) and the IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems (SASO).

Emerging large-scale systems (including data centers, cloud computing, smart cities, cyber-physical systems, sensor networks, and embedded or pervasive environments) are becoming increasingly complex, heterogeneous, and difficult to manage. The challenges of designing, controlling, managing, monitoring, and evolving such complex systems in a principled way led the scientific community to look for inspiration in diverse fields, such as biology, biochemistry, physics, complex systems, control theory, artificial intelligence, and sociology. To address these challenges novel modeling and engineering techniques are needed that help to understand how local behavior and global behavior relate to each other. Such models and practices are a key condition for understanding, controlling, and designing the emergent behavior in autonomic and self-adaptive systems.

The mission of ACSOS is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and industry practitioners to address these challenges to make resources, applications, and systems more autonomic, self-adaptive, and self-organizing. ACSOS provides a venue to share and present their experiences, discuss challenges, and report state-of-the-art and in-progress research. The conference program will include technical research papers, in-practice experience reports, vision papers, posters, demos, and a doctoral symposium.

Dates
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Tue 20 Sep

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13:40 - 14:00
13:40
20m
Opening / Welcome Message
Main Track
Kirstie Bellman Topcy House Consulting, Sven Tomforde Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
14:00 - 15:15
Keynote 1Main Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Sven Tomforde Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
14:00
75m
Keynote
Self-Organisation Rooted in Deep Social Knowledge: Towards Contributive Justice and Civic Dignity in the Digital Society
Main Track
Jeremy Pitt Imperial College London
15:30 - 17:00
Technical Session 1 - Explainability and TrustworthinessMain Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Peter Lewis Ontario Tech University
15:30
15m
Paper
Explaining Online Reinforcement Learning Decisions of Self-Adaptive SystemsBest Paper Candidate
Main Track
Felix Feit , Andreas Metzger University of Duisburg-Essen, Klaus Pohl
15:45
15m
Paper
A generic and modular architecture for self-explainable smart homes
Main Track
Étienne Houzé Télécom Paris, Ada Diaconescu LTCI Lab, Telecom Paris, Institute Politechnqie de Paris, Jean-Louis Dessalles LTCI Lab, Telecom ParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay, David Menga
16:00
15m
Paper
A Modular and Composable Approach to Develop Trusted Artificial IntelligenceBest Paper Candidate
Main Track
Michael Langford , Betty H.C. Cheng Michigan State University
16:15
45m
Panel Discussion 1
Main Track
Ivana Dusparic Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, Andreas Metzger University of Duisburg-Essen
17:45 - 19:15
Technical Session 2 - Microservices and Cyber-Physical SystemsMain Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Valeria Cardellini University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
17:45
15m
Paper
BLOC: Balancing Load with Overload Control In the Microservices ArchitectureKarsten Schwan Best Paper AwardCode Available
Main Track
Ratnadeep Bhattacharya , Timothy Wood George Washington University
18:00
15m
Paper
Reducing the Tail Latency of Microservices Applications via Optimal Configuration Tuning
Main Track
18:15
15m
Paper
Towards High-Quality Battery Life for Autonomous Mobile Robot FleetsCode Reviewed
Main Track
Akshar Chavan , Marco Brocanelli Wayne State University
18:30
10m
Short-paper
Detecting and Mitigating Jamming Attacks in IoT Networks Using Self-Adaptation
Main Track
Maxim Reynvoet , Omid Gheibi Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Federico Quin Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Danny Weyns KU Leuven
18:40
35m
Panel Discussion 2
Main Track
Sebastian Götz Technische Universität Dresden, Timothy Wood George Washington University, Christopher Stewart The Ohio State University, USA

Wed 21 Sep

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13:00 - 14:30
Keynote 2Main Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Peter Lewis Ontario Tech University
13:00
90m
Keynote
Failure - a hallmark of biological adaptive systems, and a design guide for artificial adaptive systems
Main Track
Lana Sinapayen Sony Computer Science Laboratories
14:45 - 16:00
Technical Session 3 - Hybrid and Reinforcement LearningMain Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Lukas Esterle Aarhus University
14:45
15m
Paper
SHIL: Self-Supervised Hybrid Learning for Security Attack Detection in Containerized ApplicationsCode Reviewed
Main Track
Yuhang Lin North Carolina State University, Olufogorehan Tunde-Onadele North Carolina State University, Jingzhu He ShanghaiTech University, Xiaohui Gu North Carolina State University, Hugo Latapie
15:00
10m
Short-paper
Adaptive Control of Data Center Cooling using Deep Reinforcement Learning
Main Track
15:10
10m
Vision and Emerging Results
Towards Antifragility in Contested Environments: Using Adversarial Search to Learn, Predict, and Counter Open-Ended Threats
Main Track
Saad Sajid Hashmi University of Wollongong, Hoa Khanh Dam University of Wollongong, Peter Smet , Mohan Baruwal Chhetri CSIRO’s Data61
15:20
40m
Panel Discussion 3
Main Track
David King Air Force Institute of Technology, Marco Brocanelli Wayne State University, Stefano Iannucci Mississippi State University
17:30 - 19:00
Technical Session 4 - Frameworks and Languages for Adaptive Machine LearningMain Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Genaína Nunes Rodrigues University of Brasília
17:30
15m
Paper
Rango: An Intuitive Rule Language for Learning Classifier Systems in Cyber-Physical SystemsBest Paper Candidate
Main Track
Melanie Feist , Martin Breitbach University of Mannheim, Heiko Trötsch , Christian Becker University of Mannheim, Christian Krupitzer University of Hohenheim, Germany
17:45
15m
Paper
A Framework for Adapting Machine Learning Components
Main Track
Maria Casimiro , Paolo Romano Instituto Superior Técnico & INESC-ID, David Garlan Carnegie Mellon University, Luis Rodrigues INESC-ID, IST, ULisboa
18:00
15m
Paper
FedACA: An Adaptive Communication-Efficient Asynchronous Framework for Federated Learning
Main Track
Shuang Zhou , Yuankai Huo , Shunxing Bao Vanderbilt University, Bennett Landman , Anirüddhā Gokhālé Vanderbilt University
18:15
45m
Panel Discussion 4
Main Track
David King Air Force Institute of Technology, Anwesha Das , Gilbert Peterson

Thu 22 Sep

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14:00 - 15:15
Technical Session 5 - Evaluation and Reviews of Adaptive SystemsMain Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Antonio Bucchiarone Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy
14:00
15m
Paper
On Evaluating Self-Adaptive and Self-Healing Systems using Chaos Engineering
Main Track
SYED MOEEN ALI NAQVI Simula Research Laboratory and University of Oslo, Sehrish Malik , Merve Astekin , Leon Moonen Simula Research Laboratory
14:15
15m
Paper
A Systematic Review of Fault Tolerance Techniques for Adaptive and Context-aware Systems
Main Track
Kathiani Souza , Fabiano Ferrari Federal University of São Carlos
14:30
10m
Short-paper
Towards an Evaluation Framework for Autonomous Systems
Main Track
Andrea Bombarda University of Bergamo, Silvia Bonfanti University of Bergamo, Martina De Sanctis Gran Sasso Science Institute, Angelo Gargantini University of Bergamo, Patrizio Pelliccione Gran Sasso Science Institute, L'Aquila, Italy, Elvinia Riccobene Computer Science Dept., University of Milan, Patrizia Scandurra University of Bergamo, Italy
14:40
35m
Panel Discussion 5
Main Track
Danilo Pianini University of Bologna, Andreas Metzger University of Duisburg-Essen, Genaína Nunes Rodrigues University of Brasília
15:30 - 17:00
Technical Session 6 - Collective IntelligenceMain Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Phyllis Nelson California State Polytechnic University Pomona
15:30
15m
Paper
Addressing Collective Computations Efficiency: Towards a Platform-level Reinforcement Learning ApproachCode Reviewed
Main Track
Gianluca Aguzzi Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna, Roberto Casadei University of Bologna, Italy, Mirko Viroli Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna
15:45
15m
Paper
Self-stabilising Priority-Based Multi-Leader Election and Network PartitioningCode Reviewed
Main Track
Danilo Pianini University of Bologna, Roberto Casadei University of Bologna, Italy, Mirko Viroli Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna
16:00
10m
Short-paper
The Impact of Multi-scale Control Topology on Asset Distribution in Dynamic Environments
Main Track
Payam Zahadat , Ada Diaconescu LTCI Lab, Telecom Paris, Institute Politechnqie de Paris
16:10
10m
Short-paper
On the Dynamic Evolution of Distributed Computational Aggregates
Main Track
Giorgio Audrito Università di Torino, Roberto Casadei University of Bologna, Italy, Gianluca Torta
16:20
40m
Panel Discussion 6
Main Track
Evangelos Pournaras University of Leeds, Christopher Stewart The Ohio State University, USA, Ada Diaconescu LTCI Lab, Telecom Paris, Institute Politechnqie de Paris, Miaoqing Huang University of Arkansas
17:45 - 19:15
PanelMain Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Kirstie Bellman Topcy House Consulting
17:45
1m
Keynote
[CANCELLED] Challenges in Realizing Autonomous Space Systems
Main Track
John Day Blue Origin
17:46
89m
Panel
Hot Topics and Current Trends in ACSOS Research
Main Track
Ada Diaconescu LTCI Lab, Telecom Paris, Institute Politechnqie de Paris, Lukas Esterle Aarhus University, Christopher Landauer Topcy House Consulting, David King Air Force Institute of Technology, Danilo Pianini University of Bologna

Fri 23 Sep

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15:30 - 17:00
Technical Session 7 - Theory and ControlMain Track at Talk Room 1
Chair(s): Ganapathy Mani Qualcomm
15:30
10m
Short-paper
Automatic Differentiation over Fluid Models for Holistic Load Balancing
Main Track
15:40
10m
Short-paper
Of Diamonds, Rings, and Bracelets: Local Values of the Response Parameter can Increase the Synchronization Probability in Pulse-Coupled Oscillators
Main Track
Arke Vogell Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Udo Schilcher , Jorge Schmidt Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Christian Bettstetter Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
15:50
10m
Short-paper
Performance Variability and Causality in Complex Systems
Main Track
Anwesha Das , Daniel Ratner , Alex Aiken Stanford University
16:00
60m
Panel Discussion 7
Main Track
Phyllis Nelson California State Polytechnic University Pomona
17:00 - 17:30
17:00
30m
Closing
Main Track

Accepted Papers

Title
Adaptive Control of Data Center Cooling using Deep Reinforcement Learning
Main Track
Addressing Collective Computations Efficiency: Towards a Platform-level Reinforcement Learning ApproachCode Reviewed
Main Track
A Framework for Adapting Machine Learning Components
Main Track
A generic and modular architecture for self-explainable smart homes
Main Track
A Modular and Composable Approach to Develop Trusted Artificial IntelligenceBest Paper Candidate
Main Track
A Systematic Review of Fault Tolerance Techniques for Adaptive and Context-aware Systems
Main Track
Automatic Differentiation over Fluid Models for Holistic Load Balancing
Main Track
BLOC: Balancing Load with Overload Control In the Microservices ArchitectureKarsten Schwan Best Paper AwardCode Available
Main Track
Detecting and Mitigating Jamming Attacks in IoT Networks Using Self-Adaptation
Main Track
Explaining Online Reinforcement Learning Decisions of Self-Adaptive SystemsBest Paper Candidate
Main Track
FedACA: An Adaptive Communication-Efficient Asynchronous Framework for Federated Learning
Main Track
Of Diamonds, Rings, and Bracelets: Local Values of the Response Parameter can Increase the Synchronization Probability in Pulse-Coupled Oscillators
Main Track
On Evaluating Self-Adaptive and Self-Healing Systems using Chaos Engineering
Main Track
On the Dynamic Evolution of Distributed Computational Aggregates
Main Track
Performance Variability and Causality in Complex Systems
Main Track
Rango: An Intuitive Rule Language for Learning Classifier Systems in Cyber-Physical SystemsBest Paper Candidate
Main Track
Reducing the Tail Latency of Microservices Applications via Optimal Configuration Tuning
Main Track
Self-stabilising Priority-Based Multi-Leader Election and Network PartitioningCode Reviewed
Main Track
SHIL: Self-Supervised Hybrid Learning for Security Attack Detection in Containerized ApplicationsCode Reviewed
Main Track
The Impact of Multi-scale Control Topology on Asset Distribution in Dynamic Environments
Main Track
Towards an Evaluation Framework for Autonomous Systems
Main Track
Towards Antifragility in Contested Environments: Using Adversarial Search to Learn, Predict, and Counter Open-Ended Threats
Main Track
Towards High-Quality Battery Life for Autonomous Mobile Robot FleetsCode Reviewed
Main Track

Call for Papers

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline:  	May 13th, 2022 (extended)
Paper Submission Deadline: 	May 20th, 2022 (extended)
Notification to Authors: 	July 2nd, 2022
Camera Ready: 			August 18th, 2022 (extended)
ACSOS Conference: 		September 19th-23rd, 2022

All times in Anywhere on Earth (AoE) timezone.


Scope

We invite novel contributions related to the fundamental understanding of autonomic computing, self-adaption and self-organization along with principles and practices of their engineering and application. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Autonomic and Self-* system properties: robustness; resilience; efficient resource management; stability; anti-fragility; diversity; self-reference and reflection; emergent behavior; computational awareness and self-awareness;
  • Autonomic and Self-* systems theory: bio-inspired work and socially-inspired paradigms and heuristics; theoretical frameworks and models; languages and formal methods; queuing and control theory; requirement and goal expression techniques; uncertainty as a first class entity;
  • Autonomic and Self-* systems engineering: reusable mechanisms and algorithms; design patterns; programming languages; architectures; operating systems and middlewares; testing and validation methodologies; runtime models; techniques for assurance; platforms and toolkits; multi-agent systems;
  • Autonomic and Self-* systems practice: case studies from industry, experimental setups and data sets, experience reports with established autonomic and self-* software;
  • Data-driven management and artificial intelligence: data mining; machine learning; in-network learning; distributed reinforcement learning; data science and other statistical techniques to analyze, understand, and manage the behavior of complex systems or establishing self-awareness;
  • Mechanisms and principles for self-organisation and self-adaptation: inter-operation of self-* mechanisms; evolution, logic, and learning; addressing large-scale and decentralized system; moving the decision logic to the edge of the cloud continuum;
  • Socio-technical self-* systems: human and social factors; visualization; crowdsourcing and collective awareness;
  • Autonomic and self-* concepts applied to hardware systems: self-* materials; self-construction; reconfigurable hardware, self-* properties for quantum computing;
  • Self-adaptive cybersecurity: intrusion detection, malware attribution, zero-trust networks and blockchain-based approaches, privacy in self-* systems;
  • Cross disciplinary research: approaches that draw inspiration from complex systems, artificial intelligence, physics, chemistry, psychology, sociology, biology, and ethology.

We invite research papers applying autonomic and self-* approaches to a wide range of application areas, including (but not limited to):

  • smart environments: -grids, -cities, -homes, and -manufacturing;
  • Internet of things and cyber-physical systems;
  • robotics, autonomous vehicles, and traffic management;
  • cloud (including serverless), fog/edge computing, High Performance Computing (HPC), quantum computing and data centers;
  • hypervisors, containerization services, orchestration, operating systems, and middleware;
  • biological and bio-inspired systems.

Note that separate calls for Poster, Demo, and In-Practice Report Submissions will also be issued, as well as a call for participation in the Doctoral Symposium.


Submission Instructions

Research papers (up to 10 pages including images, tables, and references) should present novel ideas in the cross-disciplinary research context described in this call, motivated by problems from current practice or applied research.

Experience Reports (up to 10 pages including images, tables, and references) cover innovative implementations, novel applications, interesting performance results and experience in applying recent research advance to practical situations on any topics of interest.

Vision Papers (up to 6 pages including images, tables, and references) introduce ground-shaking, provocative, and even controversial ideas; discuss long term perspectives and challenges; focus on overlooked or underrepresented areas, and foster debate.

All submissions must indicate a primary and (optionally) a secondary topic area from the following list:

  • RM: Resource Management in Data Centers and Cloud Computing
  • CPS: Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT)
  • SOSA: Theory and Practice of Self-Organization, Self-Adaptation, and Organic Computing
  • ENG: Software and Systems Engineering for Autonomic and Self-Organizing Systems
  • SYS: Systems theory for Autonomic and Self-Organizing Systems
  • DATA: Data-Driven Approaches to Autonomic and Self-Organizing Systems Analysis and Management
  • NEW: Emerging Computing Paradigms
  • SOC: Socio-technical Autonomic and Self-Organizing Systems
  • LANG: Languages and Formal Methods for Autonomic and Self-Organizing Systems
  • COG: Self-Aware, Reflective, and Cognitive Computing
  • APP: Application Areas for Autonomic and Self-Organizing Systems such as Autonomous Vehicles, Smart Cities, Swarms, etc.
  • REL: Assurances, security, resilience, and reliability of Autonomic and Self-Organizing Systems
  • CROSS: Cross-disciplinary research on e.g., complex systems, control theory, artificial intelligence, chemistry, psychology, sociology, and biology

All submissions are required to be formatted according to the standard IEEE Computer Society Press proceedings style guide. Papers are submitted electronically in PDF format through the ACSOS 2022 conference management system: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=acsos2022

Research papers, experience reports, and vision papers will be included in the conference proceedings that will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press and made available as a part of the IEEE Digital Library.

As per the standard IEEE policies, all submissions should be original, i.e., they should not have been previously published in any conference proceedings, book, or journal and should not currently be under review for another archival conference. We would like to also highlight IEEE’s policies regarding plagiarism and self-plagiarism: https://www.ieee.org/publications/rights/plagiarism/id-plagiarism.html. Where relevant and appropriate, accepted papers will also be encouraged to participate in the Demo or Poster Sessions.


Best papers

We intend to continue the tradition of giving the best papers of the conference an opportunity to publish an extended version in a special issue of ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems (TAAS). The Karsten Schwan Best Paper Award will be awarded to a selected paper.


Review Process

All submissions will be subject to a rigorous single-blind peer-review and evaluated based on the following criteria:

Research papers

  • Soundness: The extent to which the paper’s contributions and/or innovations address its research questions and are supported by rigorous application of appropriate research methods (e.g., formal analysis, simulation, experimental evaluations, or comparative studies).
  • Significance: The extent to which the paper’s contributions can impact one or more of the research areas related to ACSOS, and under which assumptions (if any). In this respect, research papers should provide an indication of the real-world relevance of the problem that is solved, including a description of the domain, and an evaluation of performance, usability, and/or comparison to alternative approaches.
  • Novelty: The extent to which the contributions are sufficiently original with respect to the state-of-the-art.
  • Verifiability and Transparency: The extent to which the paper includes sufficient information to understand how an innovation works; to understand how data was obtained, analyzed, and interpreted; and how the paper supports independent verification or replication of the paper’s claimed contributions.
  • Presentation: The extent to which the paper is well written, including clear descriptions, as well as adequate use of the English language, absence of major ambiguity, clearly readable figures and tables, and adherence to the formatting instructions provided below. Due to the cross-disciplinary nature of the ACSOS conference, we encourage papers to be intelligible and relevant to researchers who are not members of the same specialized sub-field.

Experience reports should provide insights into some aspect of design, implementation or management of self-* systems that would be of benefit to practitioners and the ACSOS community. Experience reports will be evaluated according to the same criteria defined for research papers, with a greater emphasis on verifiability and transparency.

Vision Papers should introduce innovative, risky, visionary, and provocative ideas, spotlighting overlooked areas, raising controversial points, and exploring cross-disciplinary contaminations. Vision papers will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Significance: The extent to which the paper’s contributions can impact one or more of the research areas related to ACSOS, and under which assumptions (if any). In this respect, research papers should provide an indication of the real-world relevance of the problem that is solved, including a description of the domain.
  • Novelty: The extent to which the contributions are original with respect to the state-of-the-art.
  • Soundness: The extent to which the contribution proposed in the paper is valid and potentially adequate to address the defined problem.
  • Presentation: The extent to which the paper is well written, including clear descriptions, as well as adequate use of the English language, absence of major ambiguity, clearly readable figures and tables, and adherence to the formatting instructions provided below. Due to the cross-disciplinary nature of the ACSOS conference, we encourage papers to be intelligible and relevant to researchers who are not members of the same specialized sub-field.

Based on the review process outcome, research and experience papers can be accepted as full papers or as short papers. As for this last case, authors will be asked to shorten their submissions to 6 pages. The reviews will provide suggestions on how to shorten them. Short papers will be published in the ACSOS companion proceedings.

Camera Ready Submissions

Camera Ready Submission for Companion Proceedings

 

STEP 1: Important Dates

  • At least one author per paper must early pay the registration fee by August 5, 2022.
  • Failure to register will result in your paper not being included in the proceedings.
  • Final camera-ready manuscripts must be submitted by August 5, 2022 August 18, 2022.

 

STEP 2: Page Limits

Your final paper must follow the page limits listed in the following table:

 

Paper Type

Page Limit

(including References)

Research Papers

10

Experience Reports

10

Vision Papers

6

Short Research Papers and Experience Reports

6

Extended Abstracts of Conference Keynotes

2

 

Please note: Extra pages are not accepted.

 

STEP 3: Formatting Your Paper

  • Submitted abstracts should not exceed 200 words.
  • Final submissions to ACSOS 2022 must be formatted in US-LETTER page size, must use the two-column IEEE conference proceedings format, and must be prepared in PDF format. Microsoft Word and LaTeX templates are available at the IEEE “Author Submission Site” HERE. The templates are available on the left-hand-side tab “Formatting Your Paper”.
  • Please, DO NOT include headers/footers or page numbers in the final submission.

 

STEP 4: Submitting Your Final Version

  • Once the format of your paper has been verified and validated, you may submit your final version.
  • All papers should be submitted using the submission system provided by IEEE “Author Submission Site” HERE.
  • After you login to the IEEE “Author Submission Site”, please, follow the instructions as you click the “Next” button on the top right corner of the site. Please, enter the following information exactly as appeared on your paper:

1)    Paper ID (ID Code from the above table + Paper ID from EasyChair, e.g., W_eCAS_1234, D_1234, AIP_1234, P_1234, T_1234, SPE_1234, A_1234),

2)    Names of authors, affiliations, countries, E-mail addresses,

3)    Titles, and abstracts.

 

STEP 5: Submitting a Signed Copyright Release Form

1)    Paper's full title

2)    All authors names

3)    Conference title: 2022 IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Self-Organizing Systems (ACSOS)

4)    Signature (on appropriate line)

  • The signed IEEE Copyright-release Form (eCF) should be submitted together with your camera-ready manuscripts on August 18, 2022.

 

If you have any questions about the above procedures, please contact the Proceedings Chair Roberto Casadei (roby.casadei@unibo.it) and Gianluca Aguzzi (gianluca.aguzzi@unibo.it).

 

Note: Please complete each of the above steps - the conference organizers will not be responsible if your paper is omitted from the proceedings, is not available online on IEEE Xplore, or is subject to additional processing costs, if these steps are not performed.