Call for Papers, IDMS'98 
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 Call for Papers, IDMS'98

Dear Collegues,

please find below the Call for papers for IDMS'98:

     5th International Workshop on Interactive Distributed
    Multimedia Systems and Telecommunication Services
     8. - 11. September 1998, Oslo, Norway

Online information for IDMS'98 (including the CfP) can
be found at: http://www.***.com/ ~idms98

You will be doing us a great favor if you disseminate the
this Call for papers among your interested colleagues.

Please accept our apologies if you receive multiple copies of
this announcement.

Best regards,
Ketil Lund


|  Organization Committee IDMS'98
|  5th International Workshop on Interactive Distributed Multimedia
|  Systems and Telecommunication Services
|  Oslo, Norway, 1998
|  UniK - Center for Technology at Kjeller
|  University of Oslo
|  P.O. Box 70, N-2007 Kjeller, Norway

|  WWW: http://www.***.com/ ~idms98

              Call for Papers IDMS'98
 5th International Workshop on Interactive Distributed
   Multimedia Systems and Telecommunication Services
         8. - 11. September 1998, Oslo, Norway

The Fifth International Workshop on Interactive Distributed Multimedia
Systems and Telecommunication Services follows the successful IDMS
workshops held 1997 in Darmstadt and 1996 in Berlin. The purpose of this

workshop is to bring together researchers, developers, and practitioners

from academia and industry. The workshop serves as a forum for
discussion, presentation, and exploration of technologies and their
advances in the broad field of interactive distributed multimedia
systems and telecommunication services -- ranging from basic system
such as networking and operating system support to all kinds of
teleservices and distributed multimedia applications. Case studies and
papers describing experimental work are especially welcome. Relevant
topics include, but are not limited to

High-speed/ATM networks
Mobile multimedia systems
Multimedia over sattelite
Multimedia middelware
Quality of service issues
Media scaling
Resource management
Protocol design and implementation
Distributed multimedia database systems
Development tools for distributed multimedia applications
Multimedia-specific intelligent agents
Computer supported collaborative work
Distributed virtual reality systems
Distance education
Digital libraries
Interactive television
Video-on-demand systems
Compression algorithms

IDMS'98 will consist of a three day technical program, a full day of
tutorials, and demonstrations during the workshop. In order to keep the
flavour of a workshop, the number of participants will be restricted.
Furthermore, we encurage contributions in form of full papers and
position papers. Full papers are expected to describe innovative and
significant work. The purpose of position papers is to provide a seed
for debate and discussion. Position papers enable researchers to present

exciting ongoing work in early stages, suggestions for future
and concerns about current developments. Both types of papers will be
reviewed by the program committee and printed in the workshop
proceedings. The proceedings will be published in the Springer LNCS
series and will be available during the workshop. It is intended to
forward selected papers to a special issue of the "Computer
Communications" Journal.

Information for authors: Authors are invited to submit full papers and
position papers for review. Submitted manuscripts must describe original

work (not submitted or published elsewhere). Full papers must not be
longer than 20 double spaced pages and position papers must not be
than 8 double spaced pages. Both types of papers should contain an
abstract of approximately 300 words, and include title, authors and
affiliations. The submission process of papers will be handled
electronically. Detailed description of the electronic submission
procedures is available on the IDMS'98 web page:
http://www.***.com/ ~idms98. Authors without web access may send mail to

unable to submit electronically are invited to send 5 copies of their
contribution to one of the workshops chairs ATTN: IDMS'98.

Important dates: Submission due: February 1, 1998
 Notification of acceptance: April 15, 1998
 Camera ready version: May 15, 1998
 Workshop: September 9 - 11, 1998

Program co-chairs: Vera Goebel and Thomas Plagemann
UniK - Center for Technology at Kjeller, University of Oslo, P.O. Box
70, N-2007 Kjeller, Norway


Program Committee:

F. A. Aagesen, NTNU Trondheim, Norway
H. Affifi, ENST Bretagne, France
E. Biersack, Institut Eurcom, France
G. Bochmann, University of Montreal, Canada
B. Butscher, DeTeBerkom, Germany
A. T. Campbell, Columbia University, USA
S. Chanson, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, HK
L. Delgrossi, University Cattolica Piacenza, Italy
M. Diaz, LAAS-CNRS, France
F. Eliassen, University of Troms?, Norway
W. Effelsberg, University Mannheim, Germany
D. Ferrari, University Cattolica Piacenza, Italy
J.-P. Hubaux, EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland
D. Hutchison, Lancaster University, UK
W. Kalfa, TU Chemnitz, Germany
T. D. C. Little, Boston University, USA
E. Moeller, GMD FOKUS, Germany
K. Nahrstedt, University of Illinois, USA
G. Parulkar, Washington University St. louis, USA
B. Pehrson, KTH Stockholm, Sweden
S. Pink, SICS, Sweden
B. Plattner, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
H. Scholten, University of Twente, Netherlands
R. Steinmetz, GMD, Germany
H. Tokuda, Keio University, Japan
L. Wolf, TH Darmstadt, Germany
M. Zitterbart, TU Braunschweig, Germany

Fri, 05 May 2000 03:00:00 GMT
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