[CFP] Worldwide Computing and Its Applications '97 (Tsukuba, Japan)

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From: akihito@etl.go.jp (Akihito Nakamura)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 30 Oct 1996 13:33:31 -0500
Organization: Electrotechnical Laboratory
Keywords: conference, CFP

                                  ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

                                      International Conference on
                Worldwide Computing & Its Applications '97 - WWCA97
Emerging Technologies for Network Computing and Their Social Impacts
                                                March 10-11, 1997
                                                    Tsukuba, JAPAN


* Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ)
* Electrotechnical Laboratory (ETL)
* Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan (IPA)

* Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
* IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS)
* Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE)

* March 10 (Mon.) Cosmic Hall, Tsukuba Expo Center
* March 11 (Tue.) Tsukuba Dai-ichi Hotel

* Extended Abstracts Due November 15, 1996
* Notification of Acceptance December 24, 1996
* Full Papers Due February 10, 1997

* Distributed Programming Languages/Systems
  - distributed programming, distributed object-oriented systems,
      agent-oriented programming
* Distributed Objects Environments
  - distributed objects, componentware, distributed development environments
* Internet and Protocols
* Application Gateways
  - firewalls, proxy servers, application caches
* Cooperative Computation
  - cooperation, multi-agent
* Collaboration Support Systems
  - groupware, multi-user interfaces, virtual environments
* Collaborative Media
  - multimedia, database, virtual reality
* Mobile Computing
  - personal communication, portable computer, wireless communication
* Distributed System Platform
  - distributed operating systems, distributed microkernel,
      distributed middleware
* Novel Distributed Applications
  - novel applications of new paradigms such as object-orientation,
      novel applications to open a new market such as electric commerce,
      network-based games and entertainment

To advance the science and technology in distributed programming and its
applications by:
    -providing outstanding presentations of collaborated R&D from academia
      to industry
    -providing practitioners opportunities to review and evaluate new methods
      and tools, and providing researchers exposure to practical problems
    -providing a forum for the discussion of new research results and their
      social impacts
The two-day technical program will encompass 10 sessions covering 30 papers
on the areas listed above, as well as 2 keynote addresses by distinguished

To submit papers, please send four copies of extended abstracts, from 1,000
to 2,000 words in length, to the WWCA97 Secretariat by November 15, 1996.
Papers should be written in English and include title, authors,
affiliations, E-mail addresses and telephone and fax numbers. The
submission letter should indicate which session the paper is being
submitted to and the return mailing address. One or two papers are being
called for in each session, which equals about half of the presentations.
Reviewers nominated by the chairs of each session will be responsible for
selecting distinguished papers for presentation. Authors will be notified
of acceptance by December 24, 1996. Camera-ready full paper manuscripts,
5,000 words in length, will be due by February 10, 1997. Accepted papers
should be presented at the conference. Papers will be reviewed a second
time before being published in the final proceedings.

54th National Convention of the Information Processing Society of Japan
Venue: Chiba Institute of Technology, Narashino, Chiba
Date: March 12 (Wed.) - 14 (Fri.) (ACM Track - March 13)


General Chair:
    Hideo Aiso, Keio University

Organizing Chair:
    Kazuhiro Fuchi, Keio University

Program Co-Chairs:
    Dennis Tsichiritzis, GMD (tentative)
    Takashi Masuda, University of Tokyo

Executive Co-Chairs:
    Yoshifumi Masunaga, University of Library and Information Science
    Michiharu Tsukamoto, ETL

Program Committee (tentative):
    Mikio Aoyama, Niigata Institute of Technology
    Kilnam Chon, KAIST
    Shigeki Goto, Waseda University
    Jonathan Grudin, UCLA
    Yoshifumi Masunaga, University of Library and Information Science
    Tadanori Mizuno, Shizuoka University
    Yoichi Muraoka, Waseda University
    Hideyuki Nakashima, ETL
    Kenichi Okada, Keio University
    Yutaka Sato, ETL
    Mario Tokoro, Keio University
    Hideyuki Tokuda, Keio University

WWCA97 Secretariat, Junko Yoshida (Ms.)
i-Cube Tsukuba Co., Ltd.
4-1-15 Kasuga, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305 Japan
TEL/FAX: +81-298-55-2177
E-MAIL: wwca97-sec@etl.go.jp


Electrotechnical Laboratory
1-1-4 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305 JAPAN
Phone: +81-298-58-5900 Fax: +81-298-52-0865
E-mail akihito@etl.go.jp

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