2007 International Conference on Complex Open Distributed Systems (CODS’2007)

Venue: UESTC

Location: Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, China

Event Date/Time: Jul 22, 2007 End Date/Time: Jul 24, 2007
Early Registration Date: Apr 15, 2007
Paper Submission Date: Apr 15, 2007
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One of the most distinguishing requirements upon Information and Communication Technologies is today's ever-changing, highly open dynamic environments in which large-scale ICT systems are placed to operate. Challenges for ICT systems engineering immediately arise including, e.g., systems scalability, systems ultra-dependability, systems convergence against uncertainty and emergence, and so forth. In recent years, emergence, adaptation, self-organization, self-management, etc. have received extensive interests in both academics and industries of software, computing and communications.

As a timely response to these developing trends both in ICT academics and industries, the 2007 International Conference on Complex Open Distributed Systems (CODS’2007) aims to provide a focal forum for active researchers, practitioners, developers, and industrial professionals and academics from diversified domains and with diversified backgrounds to get together, to share latest research achievements and practical experiences, to exchange in-depth findings and innovative ideas, and in particular to harness the greatest challenges and think seriously into the future.

Areas of particular interest include 12 thematic Technical Tracks:

Track 1 Grid Computing, and Virtual Organization Systems

Track 2 Service Oriented Architectures in Computing and Communications

Track 3 High Performance Autonomous Computing

Track 4 Internet, and Web Services

Track 5 Emergence, Self-Organization, and Adaptation

Track 6 Open Dynamic Multi-Agent Systems

Track 7 Distributed Intelligence and Systems

Track 8 Self-Organization and Self-Management in Distributed and Grid Computing

Track 9 High Performance Autonomous Networking

Track 10 Wireless Networks, and Mobile Communications and Computing

Track 11 Self-Organization and Self-Management in Communications

Track 12 Industrial System Applications