CFP for NOSSDAV97
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Subject: CFP for NOSSDAV97
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Hi: Enclosed please find a Call-for-Papers (CFP) for the 7th International Workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video to be held in St. Louis, Missouri (USA) from May 19-21, 1997. Please feel free to circulate the CFP by any means you deem appropriate. Also, please excuse any multiple copies of this CFP you may receive due to your memberships in multiple mailing lists. Thanks and regards. Milind ***************************************************************************** * * * NOSSDAV'97 * * * * Call-for-Papers * * * * * * The 7th International Workshop on Network and Operating System * * Support for Digital Audio and Video (NOSSDAV 97) * * * * URL: http://www.arl.wustl.edu/NOSSDAV97/nossdav.html * * * * May 19 - 21 1997 * * * * Hosted by: * * The Applied Research Laboratory * * Department of Computer Science * * Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri * * * * Sponsored by IEEE Communications Society * * In cooperation with ACM SIGCOMM and SIGMM * ****************************************************************************** Objectives The 7th International Workshop on Network and Operating Systems Support for Digital Audio and Video (NOSSDAV 97) is the international workshop concerned with state of the art technology in networking and operating system support for multimedia systems. For seven years, NOSSDAV has proven to be an outstanding forum for researchers involved in building innovative multimedia systems, networks and applications on both the research and industrial front. Other topics that will be examined include "middleware" for multimedia, media toolkits, mobile communications, Virtual Reality (VR), real-time systems, software agents, digital libraries, and other digital media besides audio and video. A key aspect of the workshop is that it provides extensive discussion periods during which attendees can informally discuss their current work and future research directions. Traditionally, NOSSDAV has emphasized on high quality experimental research that prototypes systems to explore innovative solutions to the problems in the diverse areas of multimedia computing. NOSSDAV97 will continue this tradition. Relevant topics for the workshop include: * APIs and Continuous Media (CM) programming abstractions for multimedia * Cell-based system architectures * Communication protocols for multimedia * Distributed multimedia systems * End-to-end admission control * High-speed/ATM networks * Micro-kernel and OS support for real-time communications * Mobile multimedia systems * Multicast protocols and media scaling * Multimedia network interfaces * Multimedia-oriented desk, local and wide area networks * Multimedia and the Internet * Multimedia storage, server, and I/O architectures * Quality of service and synchronization frameworks * Resource management and reservation in the OS and network * Software agents for multimedia systems * TV set-top device communication * VOD system architecture * VR systems * Workstation and PDA architectures for multimedia Submissions Two types of submissions are solicited: position papers and research papers. For the purpose of paper review, position papers are restricted to three single-spaced pages. Research papers are restricted to an extended abstract no longer than five formatted postscript pages. To complete your submission, please send the following items by electronic mail to NOSSDAV97@arl.wustl.edu (1) The research or position paper in POSTSCRIPT form. (2) The title of the paper, a list of authors with complete contact information in the form of email address and phone number, and an abstract summarizing the paper in PLAIN TEXT. Only if electronic submission is impossible, papers may be sent to the following mailing address. Dr. Gurudatta M. Parulkar ATTN: NOSSDAV 97 Washington University Department of Computer Science Applied Research Laboratory Campus Box 1045 St. Louis, Missouri 63130 USA The paper abstracts will be circulated among the NOSSDAV97 program committee members to solicit reviewers. Please note that the proceedings of the workshop will be published as a book by Springer-Verlag and the best papers will be forwarded to selected journals for publication. Important Dates Submission Deadline: 15 January 1997 (A FIRM DEADLINE) Acceptance Notification: 15 March 1997 Final Paper Due: 15 April 1997 (A FIRM DEADLINE) Workshop: 19 - 21 May 1997 Program Chair Dr. Gurudatta M. Parulkar Director, Applied Research Lab Department of Computer Science Washington University, St. Louis MO. USA firstname.lastname@example.org, TEL: (314) 935-7534 Local Arrangements Chair John D. DeHart Senior Research Associate, Applied Research Lab Department of Computer Science Washington University, St. Louis MO. USA email@example.com, TEL: (314) 935-7534 Other Correspondance: NOSSDAV97@arl.wustl.edu TEL: (314) 935-7534 Program Committee Andrew T. Campbell, Columbia University Domenico Ferrari, Universita` Cattolica, Italy Kevin Jeffay, Univ of North Carolina Mike Jones, Microsoft, Inc. Chuck Kalmanek, AT&T Research S. Keshav, Cornell University Jim Kurose, University of Masachusetts Monica Lam, Stanford University Ian Leslie, Cambridge University, UK Tom Little, Boston University Derek McAuley, University of Glasgow, UK Steve McCanne, Univ of California, Berkeley A. Desai Narasimhalu, National University of Singapore Gerald Neufeld, Univ of British Columbia, Canada Duane Northcutt, Sun Microsystems Joe Pasquale, Univ of California, San Diego Bernhard Plattner, ETH, Zurich Steve Pink, SICS, Sweden P Venkat Rangan, Univ of California, San Diego KK Ramakrishnan, AT&T Research Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University Brian Smith, Cornell University Doug Shepherd, University of Lancaster, UK Ralf Steinmetz, University of Darmstadt, Germany James Sterbenz, GTE Dan Swinehart, Xerox PARC Harrick Vin, Univ of Texas, Austin Raj Yavatkar, Intel Radu Popescue-Zeletin, GMD FOKUS, Germany Hui Zhang, CMU Publicity Chair Milind M. Buddhikot Graduate Research Assistant Department of Computer Science Washington University, St. Louis MO, USA firstname.lastname@example.org TELE (314) 935 4302 Publications Chair Vykky A. Klingenberg Technical Assistant, Applied Research Laboratory Department of Computer Science Washington University, St. Louis MO, USA email@example.com TELE (314) 935 7534 LOCATION As is traditional, the workshop will take place at an elite resort, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Innsbrook Estates Executive Conference Center is located on 3,200 acres of the most gorgeous rolling Missouri woodland, dotted by crystal clear lakes. For accommodations, there are 1, 2, and 3-bedroom condominiums which are fully equipped with living and dining areas, fireplaces, cable television and kitchens to offer conferees all the comforts of home in a lakeside or wooded hideaway. You want to relax after a day of lectures? There is an eighteen hole golf-course, a junior-olympic swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, mini-fitness center with a sauna and hot tub, softball, volleyball, horseback riding, miniature golf course, fishing, lake swimming, canoeing, and sailing, just to name a few of the amenities. A relaxing excursion to a scenic location away from the conference site is also being planned.
- CFP for NOSSDAV97 Milind M. Buddhikot