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October 25-30, 1998 Dallas, Texas

Workshop Information

Dial M for Mobility
October 30, 1998
Second International Workshop on Discrete Algorithms and Methods for Mobile Computing and Communications

The workshop DIAL M for Mobility is devoted to discrete algorithms and discrete modelling in the context of mobile and wireless computing and communications. It is intended to be a lively meeting, covering many of the algorithmic and discrete aspects of this field going from operations research to radio engineering problems. It aims, in particular, at fostering the cooperation among practitioners and theoreticians of the field. Following the success of the first workshop held jointly with Mobicom 97 in Budapest, DIAL M for Mobility will be co-located with ACM/IEEE MobiCom 98 and will be composed of contributed and invited talks.

For information or a schedule contact Danny Krizanc and Amotz Bar-Noy.

Workshop Schedule Notes:

  • Full Day 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Speaker
  • 10 Contributing papers
  • Luncheon

October 30, 1998
First International Workshop on Wireless Mobile Multimedia

The objective of this workshop is to provide a forum for researchers and technologists to present their contributions as technical papers, online demos of service applications or technology related to wireless multimedia. The issues and challenges for the development of wireless multimedia networks not only encompass a broad spectrum of research topics such as quality-of-service provisioning, broadband wireless, network support, handover etc., but also involves a way to envision the evolution of the next generation telecommunication networks.

For more information or a schedule contact Sajal Das.

Workshop Schedule Notes:

  • Full Day 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Key Note Speaker
  • Panel Discussion
  • 13 contributed talks
  • Luncheon

October 30, 1998
WOSBIS'98 - Third ACM/IEEE International Workshop on Satellite-Based Information Services

In conjunction with the widely recognized primer conference in MOBICOM'98, this workshop provides a forum for exploratory research contributions on satellite applications and services. The services are characterized by direct or global broadcast capabilities of LEO, MEO, GEO satellites, low setup costs, high and possibly asymmetric bandwidth, and unconventional network routing/switching. Applications of such services are often real-time, mobile, high bandwidth, and multicast. They include telemedicine, public information services, education, entertainment, Internet access, digital battlefield, emergency and disaster response, etc.

For more information or a schedule contact Yongguang Zhang.

Workshop Schedule Notes:

  • Full Day 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • 2-3 Speakers
  • 10 Contributing papers
  • Luncheon

For more information please contact:

Dr. Afonso Ferreira

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+33 (0)4 93 65 76 75 (Secretary)



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