Craig Partridge (craig@NNSC.NSF.NET)
Fri, 21 Oct 88 20:13:59 -0400
PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS
ACM SIGCOMM '89 SYMPOSIUM*
Communications Architectures and Protocols
The symposium provides an international forum for the
presentation and discussion of communication network appli-
cations and technologies, as well as recent advances and
proposals on communication architectures, protocols, algo-
rithms, and performance models. Authors are invited to sub-
mit full papers concerned with both theory and practice.
The areas of interest for the symposium include, but are not
limited to the following: analysis and design of computer
network architectures and algorithms, innovative results in
local area networks, computer-supported collaborative work,
network interconnection and mixed-media networks, high-speed
networks, resource sharing in distributed systems, distri-
buted operating systems and databases, protocol specifica-
tion, verification, and analysis.
Papers should be about 20 double-spaced pages long and
should have an abstract of 100-150 words. All submitted
papers will be reviewed and will be judged with respect to
their quality and relevance. Authors of selected papers
will be expected to sign an ACM copyright release form. The
Proceedings will be distributed at the symposium and pub-
lished as a special issue of SIGCOMM Computer Communication
Review. A few of the submitted papers will be selected for
publication in the ACM Transactions on Computer Systems.
Submit 5 copies of each paper to the program chairman: Dr.
Mohamed Gouda, Computer Sciences Department, University of
Texas at Austin, Austin TX 78712, USA; Telephone: (512)
471-9532; EMAIL: email@example.com
For more information about the symposium, contact Dr. L.H.
Landweber, General Chair, Computer Sciences Dept., Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, 1210 W. Dayton St., Madison, WI 53706;
Tel: (608) 262-1204; EMAIL: Tel: (608) 262-1204; EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org.
STUDENT PAPER AWARD
Papers submitted by students will enter a student-paper
award contest. Among the accepted papers, a maximum of four
outstanding papers will be awarded (1) full conference
registration and (2) a travel grant of $500 US dollars.
Deadline for paper submission: March 20, 1989
Notification of acceptance: May 19, 1989
Camera-ready manuscript due: June 19, 1989
General Chair: L.H. Landweber, University of Wisconsin, USA
Program Chair: M. Gouda, University of Texas, USA
Local Arrangements: M. Gouda, University of Texas, USA
*Pending ACM approval.
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