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Subject: Call for Papers : 24th ICPP 1995
Date: 19 Sep 1994 02:18:14 GMT
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CALL FOR PAPERS - 24th Annual Conference - 1995 International Conference on Parallel Processing August 14-18, 1995

The Pennsylvania State University IMPORTANT DATES (for both Conference & Workshop): Manuscript Submission Due Date: Jan. 10, 1995 Author Notification: March 20, 1995 Camera-Ready Manuscript Due: April 15, 1995 Authors are invited to submit papers describing recent advances on all aspects of parallel/distributed processing. These may include parallel/distributed logic circuits, impact of VLSI to parallel processor architecture; various concurrent-, parallel-, pipeline-, or multiple-processor architectures; processor-memory interconnections; computer networks; distributed databases; reliability and fault tolerance; modeling and simulation techniques; performance measurements; operating systems; languages; compilers; algorithms; or various application studies. INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS Submitting five (5) copies each of a 100-word abstract and the full text (including five specific key words) to one of the following Technical Program Co-Chairs according to their areas of responsibility on or before January 10, 1995: Algorithms and Applications papers to: Kyle Gallivan Office:(217) 244-0282 University of Illinois Fax:(217) 244-1351 1308 W. Main St. Urbana, IL 61801 USA Software papers to: Constantine Polychronopoulos Office:(217) 244-4144 University of Illinois Fax:(217) 244-1351 1308 W. Main St. Urbana, IL 61801 USA Architecture and Other papers to: Prith Banerjee Office:(217) 333-6564 University of Illinois Fax:(217) 333-1910 1308 W. Main St. Urbana, IL 61801 USA Please limit the length of your paper to about 20 double-spaced typing pages, and include your office and/or home phone numbers as well as your electronic mail address (if available). Authors who wish to keep their names from reviewers should make their desires explicit when submitting their papers. Submitted papers will be acknowledged promptly. Selected papers are published as regular or concise papers. Authors will be notified of acceptance by March 20, 1995. Due to the large number of papers we receive every year, authors are expected to help in reviewing papers for the conference. WORKSHOP A Workshop on Recent Advances in Parallel Processing is planned for Friday, August 18, 1995. The workshop will feature both contributed and invited presentations. Proposals for individual/session presentations should include summary of position paper(s), biosketch of participant(s) and justification for appropriateness of the topic. The Workshop Proceedings will be published in one volume. Please send your paper/proposal to Workshop Chair on or before January 10, 1995: Dharma P. Agrawal Office:(919)515-3984 Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engg. Fax:(919)515-5523 Box 7911, 232 Daniels Hall North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27695-7911 USA TUTORIALS Tutorials relating to parallel and distributed systems will be offered on Monday, August 14, 1995. Interested tutorial speakers are encouraged to submit full-day or half-day tutorial proposals by March 1, 1995. The proposal should include a complete set of viewgraphs. Please send your tutorial proposals to Tutorial Chair: Mike Liu Office:(614) 292-6552 Dept. of Computer & Info. Sci. Fax:(614) 292-2911 2036 Neil Avenue The Ohio State University Columbus, OH 43210-1277 CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS The regular papers and the summaries of the concise papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Workshop papers will be published in the workshop proceedings. Special sheets for the preparation of accepted papers for the proceedings will be sent to each author. CONFERENCE AWARDS The conference will give the Daniel L. Slotnick Award for Most Original Paper. In addition, a small number of awards may be given for Outstanding Papers. CONFERENCE ENVIRONMENT The Conference is scheduled to be held at the Olympia Resort in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin (about mid-way between Madison and Milwaukee). It is 30 minutes from Milwaukee and two hours from Chicago. Limousine services are available between Milwaukee's Mitchell Airport and Olympia Resort. Informal, open bar gatherings will be held nightly for the conference participants. PROGRAM COMMITTEES: Architecture and Other areas: P. Banerjee(Chair) Univ. of Illinois, Urbana J. L. Baer Univ. of Washington T. Casavant Univ. of Iowa C. R. Das Penn State Univ. E. S. Davidson Univ. of Michigan J. Fortes Purdue Univ. W. K. Fuchs Univ. Illinois, Urbana J. R. Goodman Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison S. Y. Kuo National Taiwan U., Taiwan K. Li Princeton Univ. L. Ni Michigan State Univ. A. Nicolau Univ. of California, Irvine C. S. Raghavendra Washington State Univ. U. Ramachandran Georgia Inst. of Tech. J. E. Smith Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison A. L. N. Reddy IBM Almaden Y. Tamir Univ. of California, L. A. Software: C. Polychronopoulos(Co-Chair) Univ. of Illinois, Urbana U. Banerjee Intel N. Bitar Silicon Graphics S. Chatterjee Univ. of North Carolina D. Gannon Indiana Univ. A. Gerasoulis Rutgers Univ. M. Girkar SUN Microsystems M. Gupta IBM Yorktown S. Kleiman SUN Microsystems A. Malony Oregon State Univ. P. Mehrotra NASA /ICASE B. Ramkumar Univ. of Iowa P. Sadayappan Ohio State Univ. V. Sunderam Emory Univ. K. Yellick Univ. of California, Berkeley Algorithms and Applications: K. Gallivan(Co-Chair) Univ. of Illinois, Urbana M. Berry Univ. of Tennessee R. Bramley Indiana Univ. S. K. Das Univ. of North Texas M. Eshaghian N. J. Inst. of Tech. E. Gallopoulos Univ. of Illinois, Urbana W. Jalby Univ. of Versailles, France V. Kumar Univ. of Minnesota D. Nassimi N. J. Inst. of Tech. N. Ranganathan Univ. of South Florida S. Ranka Syracuse Univ. S. Sahni Univ. of Florida D. Schneider Cornell Univ. H. Wijshoff Leiden Univ., Netherlands