[Haskell] CfP: Streaming Models of Parallel Processing

Clemens Grelck grelck at isp.uni-luebeck.de
Fri Apr 13 03:57:58 EDT 2007

                  First Call for Papers

              IFIP International Workshop on
         Streaming Models of Parallel Processing

                   September 20, 2007
                      Dalian, China

                  In conjunction with
             IFIP International Conference on
        Network and Parallel Computing (NPC 2007)



Stream processing is a paradigm of parallel computing based on a
communication graph connecting processing nodes,  which are stream-to-
stream, limited-memory functions. Applicability of stream processing
goes far beyond its conventional areas of strength: signal processing
and multimedia. Its wider adoption in areas such as scientific and
Grid computing, distributed databases, security, etc., will depend on
the progress in programming languages, optimisation methods and
implementation techniques specifically targeting stream processing.

This workshop is expected to bring together researchers from various
topics of computer science: machine models and semantics, compilation
technology, computer architecture, real-time computing, etc., as well
as the areas of conventional and novel applications of stream
processing, including but not limited to: signal processing,
multimedia, databases, grand-challenge data processing, Grid
computing, etc. In fact any significant contribution that uses a
stream-processing approach is welcome, whether theoretical,
experimental or practical in nature.

Programme Committee:

Alex Shafarenko (chair)        University of Hertfordshire, UK

Manfred Broy                   Technical University Munchen, Germany
Walter Dosch                   University of Lubeck, Germany
Kees Goossens                  Technical Unversity Delft, the Netherlands
Clemens Grelck                 University of Hertfordshire, UK
Gabriella Pasi                 University of Milano Bicocca, Italy
Andy Pimental                  University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Krishna Sankar                 CISCO corporation
Sven-Bodo Scholz               University of Hertfordshire, UK
Gheorghe Stefanescu            University of Bucharest, Romania
Annette Stumpel                University of Lubeck, Germany

Call for papers:

All papers will be peer reviewed for originality and quality on the
basis of an extended abstract. The full versions of the accepted
papers  will be published by IEEE Computer Society prior to the

The final paper should not exceed 8 pages in IEEE Computer society
format. The final submission guidelines will be communicated later.
The extended abstracts should not exceed 4 pages and must state the
research question, briefly delineate the relevant state of the art
and related work, and present the main results and conclusions. The
papers will be selected on the basis of originality and significance of
the results for various aspects of stream processing research.

Important Dates:

Extended abstracts due:     16 May 2007 18:00 Central European Time
                              (firm deadline)
Notification of acceptance: 24 May 2007
Full papers due:            22 June 2007
Workshop:                   20 September 2007

Dr. Clemens Grelck
University of Luebeck, Germany
Institute of Software Technology

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