NEW SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
Although submissions have started coming in, we decided to extend the
submission deadline to AUGUST 24 because SIGMOBILE members may have
received this CFP just days before the original deadline because the
new "in cooperation"
relationship with ACM SIGMOBILE started quite late (official approval
from ACM HQ is still pending). Non-SIGMOBILE members please feel free to
follow the new deadline.
This Workshop Web Site: http://www.cs.ust.hk/~dlee/mobile.html
ER'98 Web Site: http://www.iscs.nus.edu.sg/~er98/
Wireless communication has added a new dimension of freedom to
the Internet. It gives people truly ubiquitous access to computing,
practically at any time, from anywhere in the world.
While mobility is needed in wired networks (e.g.,
an executive from Tokyo making a presentation at the New York
headquarters using his Tokyo office's database),
wireless technologies increases the intensity of
the needs, opportunities and challenges associated with mobile
computing. Indeed, mobile computing technology may bring changes
to traditional database issues such as business process, workflow,
metadata management, query processing, and transaction management.
It also introduces new issues such as mobility semantic modeling,
location dependent query, broadcast and multicast techniques, and
caching/pre-fetching policies. Moreover, the limitations in bandwidth,
battery power and device sizes have to be overcome for mobile computing
This workshop deals with the important aspect of supporting
data access over hybrid wireless and wired networks.
The topics of interests include but are not limited to those listed below.
- modeling location and mobility semantics
- data publication, push, broadcast and multicast techniques
- metadata management and exchanges
- workflow management
- user interface and content transformation for small devices
and limited bandwidth
- query processing and optimization, indexing and compression
- data placement, caching, replication and relocation
- location dependent data, user and data tracking
- transaction management in a weakly connected environment
- service assurance (QoS)
- mobile aware/adaptive/agent applications
- vehicle tracking and management systems
- satellite-based global positioning systems
- wireless enquiry systems: weather and traffic reports, stock quotes,
shopping information, etc
- ubiquitous computing systems on campus to support active learning
- Internet, Web and wireless protocols: HTTP, single-cast and
multicast protocols, WAP
- data presentation, scripting and exchange languages: XML, HTML, CSS, WML
- distributed system architecture: CORBA, IIOP, Java, DCOM
Papers reporting original research, development and applications
of prototypes, industrial experiences, technologies and
standards are welcome.
- Submit an original paper in postscript to email@example.com
before August 10, 1998.
- Separately email a plain text to firstname.lastname@example.org containing
(i) title, (ii) author(s) and
affiliation(s), and (iii) address (including e-mail
and fax number) to which correspondence
should be sent.
- Submission should not be more than 8 printed proceedings pages;
short papers on industrial experiences, technologies and industrial
standards are welcome.
Direct correspondence, inquiries and submissions
relating to this workshop to:
Prof. Dik L. Lee |
Department of Computer Science, HK University of Science and Technology |
Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong |
Phone: (852) 2358-7017 Fax: (852) 2358-1477 Email: email@example.com
August 10, 1998 || Papers Due |
September 25, 1998 || Notification of Acceptance |
October 16, 1998 || Camera-Ready Paper Due
The workshop proceedings will be published in one single volume
by World Scientific
together with the proceedings of the two other workshops held in
conjunction with ER '98.
Dr. Dik Lee
- Arbee Chen, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
- Wan-Sup Cho, Chung-Buk University, Korea
- Pam Drew, Boeing, USA
- San-Yih Hwang, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
- Wang-Chien Lee, GTE labs, USA
- Bo Li, HK University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
- Ee-Peng Lim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Sanjay Kumar Madria, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Kimmo Raatikainen, Univ Helsinki, Finland
- Nobuo Saito, Keio University, Japan
- Kian-Lee Tan, National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Martti Tienari, Univ Helsinki, Finland
- Guoren Wang, Northeast University, China
- Lawrence Yeung, City University, Hong Kong
Mon May 11 21:57:18 HKT 1998