Eleventh International Workshop on (RIDE-DM'2001)

Venue: Heidelberg, a picturesque, historical city in the

Location: Heidelberg, Germany, Germany

Event Date/Time: Apr 01, 2001 End Date/Time: Apr 02, 2001
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RIDE-DM'2001 is the eleventh workshop in a series of annual workshops on Research Issues in Data Engineering (RIDE), which have been held in conjunction with the IEEE International Conferences on Data Engineering. In 2001, RIDE focuses on Document Management for data intensive business and scientific applications.

Document Management is a core technology for advanced business and scientific applications. The Web provides a real world infrastructure for document exchange, and it has become the driving force in the development of electronic commerce applications and online information services. Not surprisingly, many of the W3C standardization efforts on XML are targeted at such applications. Documents are not only used for representing multimedia information content but also for many other purposes, like the representation of metainformation and the specification of component interfaces, protocols and processes. As a consequence many new requirements on document mangement emerge from these new applications. Traditional data models for data management are replaced by document models with consequences for all aspects of information management systems. Distributed document processing leads to new requirements on performance, reliability, and scalability. New functional requirements, as those related to security, authenticity or mobility, come into play.

The objective of RIDE-DM'2001 is to bring together researchers, developers, and users working on the issues related to document management for electronic commerce and other advanced multimedia, business, and scientific applications.


Additional Information

PAPER SUBMISSION Electronic submission will be used. The PostScript version of the paper (at most 12 double-spaced pages in fonts not smaller than 11pt, or at most 3000 words) should be submitted to ride2001@darmstadt.gmd.de no later than September 29, 2000. If electronic submission cannot be used, please submit six copies of the paper. These should be received no later than September 29, 2000 by one of the program co-chairs: Karl Aberer GMD-IPSI, Dolivostr. 15 64293 Darmstadt, Germany Tel: +49 (61 51) 8 69-9 35 Email: aberer@darmstadt.gmd.de Ling Liu College of Computing, Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA 30332-0280, USA Tel: +1 (4 04) 3 85-11 39 Email: lingliu@cc.gatech.edu In addition, the authors should submit electronically a plain ASCII cover page containing the paper title, authors’ names, contact author and full address (including e-mail and fax) and an abstract of up to 100 words by September 22, 2000 to ride2001@darmstadt.gmd.de. PUBLICATION All accepted papers will appear in the Proceedings published by the IEEE Computer Society.