2007 Spring SIWzie Awards Duncan Miller dmiller [log in to unmask]
After each workshop or conference, the Conference Committee or
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The Conference Committee has selected a set of five papers to receive
the 2007 Spring "SIWzie" Award. The papers are listed below in
descending order of consensus among the judges. Equally ranked papers
are listed in numerical order. SISO members may access these papers
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And the SIWzie winners are ...
07S-SIW-036 - Battle Management Language: A Grammar for Specifying Reports
Dr. Ulrich Schade
Dr. Michael Hieb
07S-SIW-108 - An Overview of the HLA Evolved Modular FOMs
07S-SIW-067 - DIS: Does Interoperability Suffice? A Need to set a
Brian T. Schreiber
Eric A. Watz
Winston Bennett, Jr.
07S-SIW-099 - Adaptive Generative Grammar for JC3IEDM Web Services
Saikou Y. Diallo
07S-SIW-042 - Directed Energy Modeling and Simulation Experiment Results
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