From: email@example.com (Ted Baker) Date: 11 Oct 94 12:57:25 Organization: Florida State University Computer Science Department
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CALL FOR PAPERS =============== IEEE Real-Time Technology and Application Symposium =================================================== May 15-17, 1995 Chicago, Illinois RTAS'94 is the successor to the 11th Workshop on Real-Time Operating Systems and Software. Since the early 80's, we have witnessed an increased interest in real-time technology because of the need for scientific solutions for time-constrained information processing in various applications such as avionics, multimedia, robotics, automated process control, and manufacturing. Founded in 1983, the IEEE Workshop on Real-Time Operating Systems and Software (RTOSS) has been an important annual forum for exchanging information of emerging principles and practices underlying real-time technology. Consequently, we are seeing a substantial number of new researchers tackling the many challenging problems that remain. Due to the interest shown in, and the success of, the RTOSS, the IEEE technical committee on real-time systems has decided to convert RTOSS into a full symposium, the real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium. The purpose of this symposium is to bring together developers and researchers from universities, industry, and government to advance real-time technology and its applications. Papers on all aspects of real-time computing are sought, including operating systems and scheduling, fault-tolerance, databases, programming languages, tools, communication networks, architectures, performance modeling, formal methods, case studies, and applications. Of particular interest are papers detailing experiments and implementations. This year we are planning special sessions in the areas such as Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems and Multimedia. Papers on these topics are especially encouraged. Manuscripts should be limited to 20 double spaced pages. Papers submitted to the Symposium should not be submitted elsewhere. Six copies of the paper should reach the program chair no later than January 7, 1995. Authors will be notified of acceptance by Feb 28, 1995. Final camera-ready manuscripts will be due by March 31, 1995. Proposals for two-hour tutorials in technical areas of the conference are also solicited. Tutorial proposals should be submitted to the program chair by January 7, 1995. Important Dates =============== Paper submission: Jan 7, 1995 Tutorial proposal submission: Jan 7, 1995 Acceptance notification: Feb 28, 1995 Final camera-ready manuscript: Mar 31, 1995 ORGANIZING AND PROGRAM COMMITTEES General Chair: Ted Baker Department of Computer Science (4019) Florida State University Tallahassee, FL 32306-4019 phone: 904 644-5452 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Program Chair: Wei Zhao Department of Computer Science Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77843-3112 phone: 409 845-5098 email: email@example.com Treasurer: Ted Giering, Florida State University Publicity Chair: Raj Rajkumar, Software Engineering Institute, CMU Local Arrangements Co-Chairs: Jeffrey Tsai, University of Illinois at Chicago Chengwen Liu, DePaul University Ex-Officio: (RTS-TC Chairs) John Stankovic, University of Massachusetts at Amherst Al Mok, University of Texas at Austin Program Committee: Yahya Y. Al-Salqan West Virginia University Sadler Bridge Texas Transportation Institute/TAMU Alan Burns University of York Richard Gerber University of Maryland Prabha Gopinath Honeywell Inc Steve Howell Navy Surface Warfare Center Jiandong Huang Honeywell Inc Arkady Kanevsky Mitre Corporation Doug Locke Loral Federal Systems David Luginbuhl AFOSR Jane Liu University of Illinois at Urbana Steve Liu Texas A&M University Al Mok University of Texas at Austin Kelvin Nilsen Iowa State University Krithi Ramamritham University of Massachusetts at Amherst Lui Sha Software Engineering Institute/CMU Kang Shin University of Michigan John Stankovic University of Massachusetts at Amherst Alexander D. Stoyenko NJ Institute of Technology Lonnie R. Welch NJ Institute of Technology Victor Wolfe University of Rhode Island Hui Zhang Carnegie Mellon University RTAS'95 is sponsored by the IEEE Technical Committee on Real-Time Systems, in cooperation with the Office of Naval Research.