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From: akihito@etl.go.jp (Akihito Nakamura)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 23 Sep 1997 23:39:55 -0400
Organization: Electrotechnical Laboratory
Keywords: CFP, conference

                                  ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS

                            The Second International Conference on
                  Worldwide Computing & Its Applications - WWCA'98
Emerging Technologies for Network Computing and Their Social Impact
                                                  March 4-5, 1998
                                                    Tsukuba, JAPAN


* Electrotechnical Laboratory (ETL)
* Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ)(tentative)

* Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)(tentative)
* Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE)

* March 4(Tue.) - 5(Wed.) Tsukuba Dai-ichi Hotel

* Full Papers Due October 31, 1997
* Notification of Acceptance November 25, 1997
* Camera-ready Papers Due December 15, 1997

* distributed objects
    -CORBA, Java, agent systems
* distributed systems platform
    -distributed OS, distributed micro kernel, distributed middle ware
* distributed component ware
    -distributed software development environment, CASE
* collaboration support
    -groupware, virtual work environments, multi-user interfaces
* collaborative media
    -multimedia, database, virtual reality, multi-modal systems
* information discovery and retrieval
    -search engine, WWW, heterogeneous information resource integration
* mobile computing
    -personal communication, portable computer, wireless communication
* internet technology
    -QoS, routing, protocols
* inter-culture technology
    -multilingual, censorship, security & privacy
* novel network applications
    -education, commerce, entertainment, etc..

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 3 keynote addresses by distinguished

To submit papers, please send four copies of the full paper with a maximum
length of 16 pages to the WWCA'98 Secretariat by October 31, 1997. Papers
should be written in English and must include title, authors, affiliations,
attached with a submission form. Please complete the submission forms, and
indicate which session the paper is being submitted to. One or two papers
are being called for in each session. Reviewers nominated by the chairs of
each session will be responsible for selecting outstanding papers for
presentation. Authors will be notified of acceptance by November 25. The
revised camera-ready full paper should be submitted by December 15. The
proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer, as one of the
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Therefore, the papers should be
written according to the LaTeX style file of LNCS. For more detailed
information, please refer to our conference homepage.
All submitted papers should be presented at the conference.

Internet Workshop '98 (IEICE, STA)
Venue: Tsukuba Dai-ichi Hotel, Tsukuba, Japan
Date: March 3(Tue.) - 4(Wed.), 1998


General Chair:
    Hideo Aiso, Keio University

Advisory and Organizing Chair:
    Michiharu Tsukamoto, Electrotechnical Laboratory

Program Co-Chairs:
    Yoshifumi Masunaga, University of Library and Information Science
    Takuya Katayama, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Executive Co-Chairs:
    Shuichi Tashiro, Electrotechnical Laboratory
    Yoichi Hamazaki, Electrotechnical Laboratory

Program Committee (tentative):
    Mikio Aoyama, Niigata Institute of Technology
    Kenneth P. Birman, Cornell University
    Rudolf Bayer, Technical University of Munich
    Kilnam Chon, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
    Shigeki Goto, Waseda University
    Jonathan Grudin, University of California, Irvine
    Masayuki Ida, Aoyama Gakuin University
    Kazuhiko Kato, University of Tsukuba
    Isao Kojima, Electrotechnical Laboratory
    Robert J. Kummerfeld, University of Sydney
    Wen-Syan Li, NEC USA
    Eric Manning, University of Victoria
    Jun Murai, Keio University
    Thomas D.C. Little, Boston University
    Kenichi Okada, Keio University
    Robin Stanton, Australian National University
    Jiro Tanaka, University of Tsukuba
    Shuichi Tashiro, Electrotechnical Laboratory
    Fumio Teraoka, Sony Computer Science Laboratory
    Tan Tin-Wee, National University of Singapore
    Hideyuki Tokuda, Keio University
    Michiharu Tsukamoto, Electrotechnical Laboratory
    Ken Urquhart, Sun Microsystems

WWCA'98 Secretariat
c/o Cultio Corporation
4-1-2 Kasuga, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305 Japan
TEL/FAX: +81-298-55-5907
E-MAIL: wwca98-sec@etl.go.jp

Electrotechnical Laboratory
1-1-4 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305 JAPAN
Fax: +81-298-52-0865

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