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How to write a successful SoSyM submission

share in the responsibilities—Bernhard Rumpe concentrates mainly on submissions for Special Issues and Expert Voices, and Jeff Gray supervises the Regular paper submissions. Assistant Editors Geri Georg

SoSyM reflections of 2016: a journal status report

, Claude Godart, Martin Gogolla, Thomas Goldschmidt, Luís Gomes, Michael Gonzalez-Harbour, Javier González-Huerta, Carlos González, Steven Gordon, Jens Grabowski, Vincenzo Grassi, Jeff Gray, Marco Gribaudo

Editorial for the SoSyM issue 2015/03

manuscripts. The team now welcomes Jeff Gray, who served previously as editor since 2008 and was Guest Editor of four special issues. The SoSyM organization is now structured as follows: Jeff Gray, Editor-in ... continues to inspire your current and future research! 1 Coincidentally, this issue also includes a paper by Jeff Gray and co authors that was submitted, reviewed, and published online over the past two

The 2015 “State of the Journal” report

still very sad about the loss of our dear friend Robert France in February 2015, who was the founder of SoSyM and remained the SoSyM Editor-In-Chief until his passing. Jeff Gray started the demanding job ... , Cesar Gonzalez-Perez, Jaap Gordijn, Guido Governatori, Jens Grabowski, Vincenzo Grassi, Jeff Gray, Joel Greenyer, Marco Gribaudo, Iris Groher, Hans-Gerhard Gross, Martin Große-Rhode, Roland Groz, Alicia

Guest editorial to the theme issue on domain-specific modeling in theory and applications

Systems. He has been a senior editor of JAIS and Database, and he is the editor in chief of Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Matti Rossi is a member of IEEE, ACM and AIS. Jeff Gray

Guest editorial to the special issue on model transformation

, Jim Steel, Jeff Gray, Juan de Lara, Luciano Baresi, Marc Pantel, Orlando Avila, Reiko Heckel, Richard Paige, Roy Grnmo, Yu Sun. At the end of the review process, the following five papers were chosen ... Oriol, Bertrand Meyer and Claudia Gunthart for helping to co-locate both events in a seamless and natural manner. Jeff Gray is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the

Guest editorial to the special section on model transformation

the first ICMT conference in Zurich, and especially to Richard Paige, Bertrand Meyer and Jean Bzivin for helping to co-locate both events in a seamless and natural manner. Jeff Gray is an Associate