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ACS/IEEE International Conference on
Computer Systems and Applications
Lebanese American University
Beirut, Lebanon, June 25-29, 2001
Taking Stock of Existing Technology, Charting Future Trends
Call for Papers
Paper and panel submission deadline: December 10, 2000
Notification of acceptance: February 28, 2001
Deadline for camera ready copy and author registration: April 5,
Submit papers to: email@example.com
The ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications
(AICCSA) is sponsored by the Arab Computer Society (ACS) and IEEE Computer
Society - Technical Council on Software Engineering and Technical Committee
on Computer Architecture. AICCSA 2001 is a forum for researchers and practitioners
to present and discuss recent advances in the field of computer systems
and their applications. In 2001, it is co-organized by the Lebanese American
University and the American University of Beirut, in cooperation with
ACM SIGSOFT, ACM SIGPLAN, ACM SIGART, and Lebanon's National Council for
Authors are invited to submit papers for inclusion in the conference program
and publication in the conference proceedings, which will be published
by IEEE-CS Press. In addition to usual research papers, AICCSA 2001 also
encourages papers that deliver any combination of the following contributions:
a survey of the state of the art; an evaluation of an existing technology;
a report on a successful technology transfer initiative; a discussion
of future technological trends.
Areas of interest for these contributions include:
database and data engineering,
programming languages and systems.
Panel submissions are encouraged on the same format, and pertaining to
the same themes. AICCSA does not accept papers that have been previously
published or are concurrently being submitted for publication in other
venues (conferences, journals), and expects authors to obtain all the
necessary clearances for publication of their paper. Also, prospective
panel session chairs are expected to contact all their prospective panelists
and secure their commitment to participate.
Papers will be subject to peer review, and will be accepted based on their
originality, significance, and clarity. Panel sessions will also be reviewed
by the program committee, and will be selected on the basis of their general
interest to the diverse audience of the conference. Papers must not exceed
6,000 words, and panel session proposals must not exceed 2,000 words.
Detailed submission instructions will be available on this website.
Accepted papers and panel session proposals will be published in the proceedings.
Also, submitted papers that are deemed of good quality but could not be
accepted as regular papers will be included in Poster sessions, and will
be given token space in the proceedings.
Council on Software Engineering
Committee on Computer Architecture
Lebanese American University
American University of Beirut
Lebanon's National Council for Scientific Research