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IAMC'2002 (7 July Lille, France)

From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@activemath.org>
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 00:43:51 +0100
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                Internet Accessible Mathematical Computation

                         a Workshop at ISSAC 2002

                               7 July 2002
                              Lille, France

                      C A L L    F O R    P A P E R S

                      &  S O F T W A R E    D E M O S

The Internet Accessible Mathematical Computation 2002 workshop
(IAMC 2002) is being co-organized by Norbert Kajler of Ecole des
Mines de Paris (France), Erica Melis of DFKI Saarbr=B8cken (Germany),
and Paul Wang of Kent State Univ. (USA).

The workshop is part of ISSAC'02 (see http://www.lifl.fr/issac2002)
and will involve invited talks, contributed papers, and software
demonstrations.  This is the third IAMC workshop.
The first IAMC workshop was held on 28 July 1999 as part of ISSAC'99;
the second IAMC workshop was held on 22 July 2001 as part of ISSAC'01.

The workshop has received Medicis (France) and NSF (USA) support and
is free for all ISSAC'02 participants.  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 =
    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.
- Web-based mathematics education.
- Access and interoperability to mathematical knowledge bases.
- Protocols, APIs, URL schemes, metadata, and other mechanisms for system
    interoperability and standardization.
- Application of IAMC for practical purposes such as scientific
    publishing and archiving, distributed problem solving, ...


Authors are invited to send at least a one-page abstract in Postscript
or PDF to the organizers by May 12, 2002.  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 May 27 2002 so please include
a contact E-mail address in the paper.
The full-length paper (in postscript or PDF) is due June 27, 2002.


The Workshop proceedings will be published on the Web and maintained
by the Institute for Computational Mathematics (ICM), Kent State Univ.


If you have an IAMC related system to demonstrate, please let us know
as early as possible (by June 10, 2002), your name and affiliation,
the name of the system(s) to demo, and your equipment requirement.
We'll then announce all the demos on the IAMC website and make sure
the local arrangements are made for your demo.


      May 12, 2002 --- Deadline for submitting papers/abstracts
      May 27, 2002 --- Notification of acceptance and Call for=20
     June 10, 2002 --- Deadline for submitting software demos
     June 27, 2002 --- Full-length paper due
      July 7, 2002 --- IAMC workshop


The IAMC Workshop is part of ISSAC'2002.  Participants should register
with the ISSAC'2002 conference and select the IAMC workshop.
Altough we encourage everyone to attend the complete IAMC + ISSAC
sessions, a reduced fee is available for those attending IAMC only.


Sunday lunch will be available for IAMC participants at the conference
center restaurant (cost: around 13 Euros).


    Norbert Kajler (Ecole des Mines de Paris, France) -- 
    Erica Melis (DFKI Saarbr=B8cken, Germany) -- melis@ags.uni-sb.de
    Paul S. Wang (ICM/Kent Univ., USA) -- pwang@mcs.kent.edu

If you are interested please contact one of the organizers.
Other details of this workshop will be forthcoming and will be
available on both the ISSAC'02 official site and on SymbolicNet.


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