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CALL FOR PAPERS D I S - R T ` 99 October 22-23 1999 Third International Workshop on Distributed Interactive Simulation and Real Time Applications http://www.cs.unt.edu/boukerch/wdis99 In conjunction with MASCOTS`99 --International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems) University of Maryland, College Park MD, USA October 24-28, 1999 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ SCOPE In its third year, the 1999 International Workshop on Distributed Interactive Simulation and Real Time Applications (DIS-RT`99), will take place at the University of Maryland Hotel and Conference Center, College Park, MD USA, just before the International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (MASCOTS`99) to be held in College Park, MD on October 24-28, 1999. This is an excellent opportunity to partake in two conferences covering a wide range of simulation research. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES DIS-RT`99 serves as a forum for simulationists from academia, industry and research labs, for presenting recent research results in Distributed Interactive Simulation, and Real Time Applications. DIS-RT`99 targets the growing overlap between large distributed interactive simulations and real time applications. The conference features prominent invited speakers as well as papers by top researchers in the field. DIS-RT`99 will include contributed technical papers, invited papers, and panel discussions. The proceedings will be published by IEEE-CS press. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ WORKSHOP CALL-FOR-PAPERS Authors are encouraged to submit both theoretical and practical results of significance. Demonstration of new tools/applications are very desirable. The scope of the workshop includes, but is not limited to: * Algorithms and Methods for Distributed Interactive Simulation; (e.g.: event synchronization, network time protocols, data distribution management, and multi-resolution modeling); * Current Critical Design Issues (e.g.: causality, simultaneous events, zero look-ahead, compensation for slower than real time); * Algorithms and Studies relating to existing protocols (e.g.: HLA, DIS and ALSP); * Methodology for Distributed Interactive Simulation; * Implementation issues; (e.g, general purpose distributed interactive simulation); * Interface Definition, Communication, Management, Security; * Performance of Distributed Interactive Simulation; (e.g., benchmark, theoretical studies, and empirical studies); * Dead-Reckoning Mechanisms; * Interactive Virtual Reality, Multi-User Virtual Reality, Interactive Simulation in Entertainment; * Visual Interactive Simulation (e.g., generic animation, visual interactive modeling, interactive computer based learning); * Animating Language Tools, Visualization Tools for Computational Process under Simulation; * Applications of Distributed Interactive Simulation (e.g., real time DIS, non-real time DIS, large distributed simulation systems); * Modeling and Simulation Environment for Real Time Concurrent Systems; * Influence of Network-Centric Systems (such as Java, and DCOM) on DIS; * Distributed Simulation and Real Time Applications; * Network support for distributed simulation and real-time systems (QoS requirements and their realization, multicast for distributed/real-time simulation systems); ------------------------------------------------------------------------ SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Papers written in English should not exceed 5000 words (approximately 15 pages). Papers must be unpublished and must not be submitted for publication elsewhere. Authors are encouraged to submit papers in electronic form to either program co-chair: Azzedine Boukerche ([log in to unmask]), or Richard Fujimoto ([log in to unmask]), postscript or Microsoft Word 6.0 (or higher) only. Hardcopy papers can also be submitted, in which case four copies are required. Each submission, electronic or paper, must be accompanied by the following information: a short abstract, a complete list of authors and their affiliations, a contact person for correspondence, postal and e-mail addresses. Updated information may be retrieved from the web using the URL: http://www.cs.unt.edu/boukerch/wdis99 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ IMPORTANT DATES 29 May 1999 Electronic Paper Submission 29 May 1999 Hard Copy Paper Submission (received!) 29 July 1999 Acceptance/Rejection Notification 29 August 1999 Camera ready copy due IMPORTANT: ATTENDANCE BY AT LEAST ONE AUTHOR IS MANDATORY. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ORGANIZING COMMITTEE PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS Azzedine Boukerche Richard Fujimoto Dept. of Computer Sciences College of Computing Univ. of North Texas Georgia Institute of Technology Denton, TX 76203 Atlanta, GA 30332-0280 Email: [log in to unmask] Email: [log in to unmask] Phone: 940-565-4869 Phone: 404-894-5615 Fax : 940-565-2767 Fax : 404-894-9442 URL : URL : http://www.cs.unt.edu/~boukerch/wdis99 http://www.cc.gatech.edu/fac/Richard.Fujimoto/homepage.html PUBLICITY CHAIR Clyde Haris, SAIC Albert Y. Zomaya, The University of Western Australia Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Nedlands, Perth, WESTERN AUSTRALIA Email: [log in to unmask] PROGRAM COMMITTEE Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Tech Rajive Bagrodia, University of California at Los Angeles Azzedine Boukerche, University of North Texas Don Brutzman, Naval Postgraduate School Jim Calvin, MIT Lincoln Laboratories Alessandro Fabbri, University of Bologna, Italy Alois Ferscha, Univ. of Vienna Richard Fujimoto , Georgia Tech Jim Kurose ,Univ. of Massachusetts Katherine Morse , SAIC Michael Myjak ,The Virtual Workshop, Inc. Mikel Petty ,The Virtual Workshop, Inc. Mark Pullen , George Mason University Paul Reynolds , University of Virginia Roger Smith, STAC Inc. Richard Weatherly, Mitre Inc. ADVISORY BOARD COMMITTEE Jean-Loup Baer, University of Washington Jason Yi-Bing Lin, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan Azzedine Boukerche, Univ.of North Texas K. M. Chandy , California Institute of Technology, USA Sajal K. Das , Univ.of North Texas Lorenzo Donatiello, Univ. of Bologna, Italy Doug DeGroot , Texas Instruments, USA Tuncer Oren , University of Ottawa, Canada Gabriel Silberman , IBM Research, USA Stephen J. Turner , University of Exeter, England G. Zobrist , University of Missouri-Rolla, USA ------------------------------------------------------------------------ CONTACT PERSONS Azzedine Boukerche Richard Fujimoto Dept. of Computer Sciences College of Computing Univ. of North Texas Georgia Institute of Technology Denton, TX 76203 Atlanta, GA 30332-0280 Email: [log in to unmask] Email: [log in to unmask] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------



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