Call for participation: PDIS'94 
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 Call for participation: PDIS'94

                             Call for Participation

                     Third International Conference on

                          September 28-30, 1994
                            Four Seasons Hotel
                                 Austin, TX

                    Sponsors: ACM SIGMOD, IEEE Computer Society
                      Grants provided by Bellcore, U S WEST

                 Advance Program can be obtained by sending email to


General Chair: Susan Davidson, Univ. of Pennsylvania
Program Co-Chairs:  Hank Korth, Panasonic Technologies, Inc.
        Amit Sheth, Bellcore
Steering Committee:
        Sushil Jajodia (Chair), George Mason University
        Hector Garcia-Molina, Stanford University
        Masura Kitsuregawa, University of Tokyo
        Sham Navathe, Georgia Tech.
        Napthali Rishe, Florida International University
Publicity Chair: Yelena Yesha, U. of Maryland Baltimore County and NIST


The scope of this conference covers parallel and distributed systems
for databases, large-scale knowledge bases and information management.



The conference includes 22 papers and several synopses.  The topics
include: Parallel I/O and File Systems, Query Processing and Joins,
Mobile Computing and Information Exchange, Parallel Processing and
Replicated Data, Transaction Processing and Active Databases,
Federated Databases, and Client Server Architectures and Cache

It also includes a keynote address and 2 panels entitled : "Legacy
Systems: the Achilles Heel of Downsizing" chaired by Dr. Michael
Stonebraker from Berkeley University, and "Charting the Web:
Pro-active Information Gathering Techniques" chaired by Dr. Michael F.
Schwartz from the University of Colorado.

Tutorials are scheduled for Wednesday, September 28.  The first
tutorial, entitled Parallel Database Systems -- The First Generation,
is given by Dr. Chaitanya K. Baru from IBM Toronto Labs.  The second
tutorial is on Data Management Issues in Mobile Computing, and is
presented by Dr. Tomasz Imielinski from Rutgers University.

One of the highlights of this years conference is its Industrial
Program.  Topics to be addressed include:
Current Distributed Computing Standards and Products,
Middleware for Distributed Data Management, Impact of the Telecommunications
Revolution on Distributed Information Management, and
Parallel and Distributed Data Servers.



The conference will be held at the The Four Seasons Hotel, situated on
scenic Town Lake in downtown Austin.  The Four Seasons enjoys a
naturally restful setting while being close to evening entertainment.
Joggers know this area as the finest running park in Texas;
opportunities for a variety of aquatic sports are also available,
including swimming in the hotel outdoor pool which overlooks the Lake.
Just a few blocks away is the Sixth Street district, where a variety
of night spots offer live jazz, blues, country/western, reggae, swing
and rock music.  As the state capital of Texas, Austin contains many
city sights including the State Capitol, the University of Texas at
Austin, the L.B.J. Library, L.B.J.  National Wildflower Research
Center, Texas Memorial Museum and the Governor's Mansion.  Austin is
also a high-tech city with unique consortia such as MCC and Sematech,
and over 400 software companies and a notable presence of companies
such as AMD, Dell, IBM, Motorola, Schlumberger, Tandem and 3M.

Daytime temperatures during the last week of September are typically
low to mid 80's. The airport is located 10 minutes away via I-35 or by


                          REGISTRATION FORM

  Mail to: Vijay Garg, PDIS94 Registration, Electrical & Computer Eng.
  Dept., University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712.

            Phone: (512) 471-9424, Fax: (512) 471-5907


Name: __________________________________________________________    
Affiliation: ___________________________________________________        
Street: ________________________________________________________    
City: ___________________ State: ___________ Zip: ______________
Country: __________ Phone: ______________ Fax: _________________
Email: ____________________ IEEE/ACM Membership #: _____________

Wednesday, Sept. 28: Tutorials, luncheon.
 Thursday, Sept. 29: Paper Sessions, Industrial Program, Panel, luncheon
   Friday, Sept. 30: Paper Sessions, Industrial Program, Panel, luncheon
Tutorial Registration includes: Copies of slides and events for Sept. 28
Conference Registration includes: Proceedings and events for Sept. 29 & 30

Tutorial Fees:        Before Sept. 1         After Sept.1  
------------          ---------------------  --------------------  
IEEE/ACM Members      $160 - one tutorial    $195 - one tutorial
                      $270 - both tutorials  $340 - both tutorials        
Non-Members           $200 - one tutorial    $240 - one tutorial
                      $340 - both tutorials  $420 - both tutorials
Full-time Students    $50  - one or both     $ 70 - one or both

Conference Fee:    Before Sept.1 After Sept.1
---------------    ------------- ------------
IEEE/ACM Members       $285         $345          
Non-Members            $360         $440          
Full-time Students     $ 80         $ 90    

I will attend:  Tutorial 1 (Parallel Database Systems) _________        
                Tutorial 2 (Mobile Computing)          _________        
Tutorial Fees:  $ __________________    
Conference Fee: $ __________________    
Total Due:  $ ______________________    

Payment can be made by check, money order, or credit card.  Please make
checks or money orders payable, in US currency, to PDIS94.  Use credit
card to register by fax or email.

Credit Card: Visa ___ MasterCard ___  
Cardholder Name: ___________________  Exp. Date __________
Signature:  ______________________________________________

To receive student rate, students must have advisor's name and
signature at the time of registration.  Student registration does not
include lunches.
Advisor name: ______________________  Signature: _________________________

Written requests for refunds must be postmarked no later than Sept. 1,
1994.  Refunds are subject to a $50 processing fee.  All no-show
registrations will be billed in full.  Registrations after 9/1/94 will
be accepted on-site only.  Receipts will be given out at the conference.


                          HOTEL REGISTRATION

Four Seasons Hotel, 98 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin, TX 78701  USA
Direct Phone Reservations:  (512) 478-4500
DEADLINE:  September 6, 1994 (5PM Central Time)

Single $110 , Double $120

Be sure while making reservations to mention the IEEE Computer Society
to receive the discounted rate. All rates are subject to a 13%
occupancy tax.

Reservations received after the deadline or after the reserved block of
rooms is filled will be confirmed on a space available basis.

All reservations will be held until 6:00PM. Arrivals after 6:00PM must
be covered by first nights deposit on your American Express, VISA,
Mastercard, Diners or Carte Blanche card.  If a reservation is held on
a guaranteed payment basis (for arrival after 6PM) the individual will
be held responsible for payment of first night only.  Guaranteed
reservations are held (without occupancy) for one night only and not
for entire length of stay requested.


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