|CFP -- Workshop on Reconfigurable Architectures (Santa Barbara, 4/95) email@example.com (1994-08-13)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Hossam Elgindy)|
|Keywords:||CFP, conference, architecture|
|Organization:||Department of Computer Science, University of Newcastle, Australia|
|Date:||Sat, 13 Aug 1994 14:37:33 GMT|
9th International Parallel Processing Symposium
2nd Reconfigurable Architectures Workshop
(Sponsored by IEEE Technical Committee on Parallel Processing)
SYMPOSIUM: The 9th annual International Parallel
Processing Symposium (IPPS '95) will be held 25-29 April, 1995
in Santa Barbara, California. The symposium is sponsored by the
IEEE Computer Society and will be held in cooperation with ACM SIGARCH.
IPPS '95 is a forum for engineers and scientists from around the world
to present the latest research findings in all aspects of parallel
The 2nd workshop on reconfigurable architectures (RAW'95) will be held
in conjunction with the Symposium. For the purpose of this
workshop, a reconfigurable architecture consists of processors
connected by a reconfigurable network. The topology of the network
outside the processors is fixed, and the internal connections between
the I/O ports of each processor can be configured locally during
execution of the algorithm. Numerous algorithms have since been presented
in the scientific literature. They have addressed problems in computer
vision, packet routing, embedding of different topologies and fault tolerance.
The workshop will feature several sessions of submitted paper
presentations. Proceedings will be available at the symposium and by
public ftp. The tradition of an informal panel discussion, which was
very fruitful in the 1994 workshop, will be repeated.
Authors are invited to submit manuscripts which demonstrate original research
in all areas of Reconfigurable Architectures, including implementations,
algorithms and applications. The topics of interest include, but are not
Reconfiguration Models Electronic & Optical Implementations
Complexity Graphics and Animation
Scalability Embedding of Fixed Topologies
Problem Solving Paradigms Image Processing
All papers will be reviewed. Send five (5) copies of a complete paper
(not to exceed 15 single spaced, single sided pages) to:
Department of Computer Science
The University of Newcastle
Callaghan, NSW 2308, Australia
Manuscripts (by e-mail in PostScript) 28 October 1994.
Manuscripts (by postal services) 4 November 1994.
Notification of review decisions 31 December 1994.
Final version due 11 February 1995.
Hossam ElGindy, The University of Newcastle (AUSTRALIA)
E-mail: email@example.com, FAX: +61 49 21 6929
Hussein Alnuweiri University of British Columbia (Canada)
Hossam ElGindy The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Philip MacKenzie University of Texas -- Austin (USA)
Russ Miller SUNY-Buffalo -- Buffalo (USA)
Stephan Olariu Old Dominion University (USA)
Viktor K. Prasanna Univerity of Southern California (USA)
Assaf Schuster The Technion (Israel)
Arun Somani University of Washington (USA)
R. Vaidyanathan Louisiana State Univerity (USA)
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