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IAMC 2001 Workshop at ISSAC'2001

From: Angel Luis Diaz <aldiaz@us.ibm.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 15:04:18 -0500
To: www-math@w3.org
Cc: pwang@mcs.kent.edu, kajler@paris.ensmp.fr
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Dear colleague,

You'll find below the call for papers for IAMC'01, a 1-day workshop
dedicated to INTERNET ACCESSIBLE MATHEMATICAL COMPUTATION.

IAMC'01 will be held at ISSAC'01 on July 22 as a pre-conference event.

For up-to-date information, please visit :
   http://www.symbolicnet.org/conferences/iamc2001.html

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                    IAMC 2001 Workshop at ISSAC'2001

                           CALL FOR PAPERS


The Internet Accessible Mathematical Computation Workshop 2001 workshop
is being co-organized by Angel Diaz of IBM (USA), Norbert Kajler of
Ecole des Mines de Paris (France), and Paul Wang of Kent State (USA).
The workshop is part of ISSAC'2001 (see http://www.orcca.on.ca/issac2001)
and will involve invited talks, contributed papers, panel discussions,
and system demonstrations.  This is the second IAMC workshop.  The first
IAMC workshop was held on 28 July 1999 as part of ISSAC'99, Vancouver,
B.C. Canada.

Everyone with an interest in the many aspects of making mathematical
computation or information accessible on the Web/Internet is welcome
to attend.  Topics of the workshop include, but are not limited to:
- Remote access to mathematical software over the Internet.
- Encoding of mathematical expressions (including text-based encodings, for
  E-mail and HTML embedding, and binary-based encodings for efficient
  communication between scientific applications).
- Interoperability between software that create/transform/display
mathematical
  expressions (e.g. symbolic, numeric, graphics, text-processing packages)
  via ad hoc communication protocols and software architectures.
- Application of the above technologies for practical purposes such as
  distant learning and distributed problem solving.
- Protocols, APIs, URL schemes, and other mechanisms for system
  interoperability and standardization.

Authors are invited to send at least a one-page abstract in postscript or
PDF
to the organizers by May 1st 2001.  Submissions will be reviewed by the
workshop organizers based on relevance to the workshop, originality,
and scientific interest.  Authors will be notified by E-mail around
June 1 2001 so please include a contact E-mail address in the paper.
The full-length paper (in postscript or PDF) is due June 23, 2001.

IMPORTANT DATES :
  May   1, 2001 ..... Deadline for submitting papers/abstracts
  June  1, 2001 ..... Notification of acceptance and call for participation
  June 23, 2001 ..... Full-length paper due
  July 22, 2001 ..... IAMC workshop

EMAIL ADDRESSES :
  Angel Diaz (IBM USA) -- aldiaz@us.ibm.com
  Norbert Kajler (Ecole des Mines de Paris, France) --
kajler@paris.ensmp.fr
  Paul S. Wang (ICM/Kent USA) -- pwang@mcs.kent.edu

PRELIMINARY WORKSHOP SCHEDULE :

                           22 July 2001

      09:00 -- 09:30 Welcome and workshop theme (the organizers)
      09:30 -- 10:30 Invited talk
      10:30 -- 11:00 Break
      11:00 -- 12:00 contributed papers

      12:00 -- 13:30 Lunch

      13:30 -- 14:30 Invited Talk
      14:30 -- 14:45 Break
      14:45 -- 17:00 contributed papers

      17:00 -- 20:00 Dinner

      20:00 -- 21:30 Panel discussion and System Demos
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