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CFP: Middleware for Web Services

From: Vinoski, Stephen <steve.vinoski@iona.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 14:37:09 -0500
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Cc: <dl@cs.oswego.edu>
Doug Lea of SUNY Oswego and I have agreed to co-guest-edit a special
theme issue of IEEE Internet Computing Magazine on "Middleware for Web
Services." Details below.

--steve

Middleware for Web Services
   Special Issue of IEEE Internet Computing, January 2003
   Submission deadline, 1 June 2002

   Guest Editors
      Doug Lea, SUNY Oswego <dl@cs.oswego.edu>
      Steve Vinoski, IONA Technologies <vinoski@iona.com>

Web Services are beginning to flourish. These systems merge ideas and
practices from distributed systems, the web, database systems, and XML.
Their rapid acceptance invites re-examination of the design and
engineering of the middleware supporting web services. For this special
issue of Internet Computing, we invite researchers and developers to
submit articles describing aspects of both production and research
systems. Topics include:

* New architectures, designs, components, and protocols
* Addressing scalability
* Engineering middleware for web services
* Applying lessons learned from other systems
* Performance evaluation and modeling
* Resource management and security
* Supporting services such as discovery, routing, and transactions

All submissions will be peer reviewed on both their technical merits and
their relevance to IC's readers, primarily system/software design
engineers.  If you are uncertain about your submission's
appropriateness, please send an abstract to the Guest Editors for
clarification before submission.
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