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From: (Seong-Uk Choi)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 7 Jan 1997 12:28:18 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: conference, CFP, parallel

                                                Preliminary Call for Papers


                  1997 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed

                                              Seoul, Korea, Dec. 15-17 1997


The 1997 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed
Systems(ICPADS'97) is to provide an international forum for scientists,
engineers, and computer users to exchange and share their experiences, new
ideas, and research results on all aspects of parallel and distributed
systems. The main program will include technical presentations, invited
talks, panels, and tutorials.

Topics include, but are not limited to

. Parallel/Distributed Architecture
. Parallel/Distributed Algorithms
. Parallel/Distributed Applications
. Parallel/Distributed Databases
. Parallel Compilers and Languages
. Parallel/Distributed I/O
. Special Purpose and VLSI Systems
. Parallel/Distributed Programming Environments and Tools
. Performance Modeling and Evaluation
. Parallel/Distributed Operating Systems
. High-Speed Networking and Protocols
. Workstation Clustering
. Internetworking
. Theoretical Frameworks for Designing Parallel Systems
. Parallel Testing
. Fault Tolerant Systems
. Multimedia System and Communications
. Distributed Agent System
. Applications for Parallel and Distributed Systems

Paper Submissions

Paper Format :

All submitted papers should be written in English, double spaced, and no
longer than 25 A4/letter-size pages including an abstract, texts, figures,
tables, and references. The cover page should include : 1) title of the
paper 2) name, current affiliation, postal address, e-mail address,
telephone number, and fax number for each auth o r; 3) name of one
designated contact person; and 4) a list of up to eight keywords ordered by

Tutorial/Workshop :

As in previous years, a series of tutorials and/or workshops will be held
during the conference. Tutorial and workshop proposals will be accepted.
Interested individual should submit a proposal, which should include
tutorial title, outline, brief description of topics to be covered,
intended audience, assumed attendee background, and the name(s),
affiliation(s), and resume(s), of the speaker(s).

Submission :

1. Postscript can be electronically mailed to
2. Where the above methods are infeasible, authors may submit 5 copies of
the paper by airmail and postmarked to :
                                                            Myong-Soon Park
                                Dept. of Computer Science, Korea University
                                          SungBuk-Gu, Seoul 136-701, Korea
                                        e-mail :
                                                      TEL : +82-2-920-1488
                                                      FAX : +82-2-927-3797

Important Dates :

                                              Submission Due - May 20, 1997
                            Notification of Paper Acceptance - Aug. 25, 1997
                                        Camera-Ready Form Due - Oct. 1, 1997

For More information please contact :

                                                            Myong-Soon Park
                                Dept. of Computer Science, Korea University
                                          SungBuk-Gu, Seoul 136-701, Korea
                                        e-mail :
                                                      TEL : +82-2-920-1488
                                                      FAX : +82-2-927-3797

                More information is also available on the World Wide Web at

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