Innovative Internet Computing Systems
|Event Date/Time: Jun 21, 2001||End Date/Time: Jun 22, 2001|
More and more different types of applications use the Internet as a large distributed system in the last few years. With this development many challenging new research problems have emerged. A successful treatment of these problems requires multi-disciplinary collaboration between researchers from different fields. The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers in the area of Internet foundations and applications to discuss the current state of the art in the described field and to identify promising directions for research.
... to be covered include but are not limited to the following:
Graph theoretical models of large distributed systems
Intelligent distributed systems
Resource management in large distributed systems
Resource discovery and brokering
Self-organizing and adaptive systems
Software engineering for Internet Systems
Applications: e-commerce, multimedia
Submission and Publication
Submissions of unpublished papers (with a maximum of 12 pages) and presentations of research results, industrial experiences and applications as well as detailed specifications of open problems are solicited with this call for paper. Electronical submission of papers is prefered. Send the full paper (extended abstracts for industrial submissions only) as postscript, plain ASCII- or a TeX- file with seperate picture files via email to
In case, no electronic submission is possible, mail 4 copies of the paper to Dr. T. Böhme, Institut für Mathematik, TU Ilmenau, D-98684 Ilmenau,Germany.
All submitted papers will be subject to a refereeing process by the program committee. The proceedings will be published in the 'Lecture Notes in Computer Science' series by Springer.
For the camera-ready manuscript you should refer to Springer-Verlag instructions for authors:
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