ICDCS 2002

 

The 22nd International Conference on

Distributed Computing Systems

 

July 2-5, 2002 - Vienna, Austria

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ICDCS is an IEEE Computer Society sponsored premier conference with a wide coverage of topics in Distributed Computing. It has a long history of significant achievements and worldwide visibility.
 

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Areas of Interest

 

Distributed agents and intelligent networks.

Internet and web computing.

Network protocols.

Distributed operating systems.

Distributed databases.

Distributed real-time systems.

Middleware and distributed platforms.

Heterogeneous and mobile computing.

Distributed multimedia systems.

Computer appliance.

Distributed algorithms.

Fault-tolerant systems.

Distributed systems security.

Call For papers

Program Committee

Workshops

Accepted Papers

Online Registration and Hotel Reservation

Advance Programme

Workshops Advance Programme

IEEE Computer Society TCDP Travel Support Grants

 
ICDCS History:
ICDCS was launched by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing (TCDP) in October 1979. It was started as a 18-month conference until 1983 and became an annual conference since 1984. It is the oldest conference in the field of distributed computing systems in the world.
The past conference locations were:
2001: Phoenix, AZ., USA 1994: Poznan, Poland 1987: Berlin, Germany 
2000: Taipei, Taiwan 1993: Pittsburgh, PA., USA 1986: Cambridge, MA., USA
1999: Austin, TX., USA  1992: Yokohama, Japan  1985: Denver, CO., USA
1998: Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1991: Arlington, TX., USA 1984: San Francisco, CA., USA
1997: Baltimore, MD., USA 1990: Paris, France  1983: Hollywood, FL., USA
1996: Hong Kong 1989: Newport Beach, CA., USA 1981: Versailles, France
1995: Vancouver,  Canada 1988: San Jose, CA., USA 1979: Huntsville, AL., USA
 
ICDCS Future:
(subject to change):
2003: Providence, RI
2004: Keio University, Japan


 

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