[ISN] 1998 USENIX Annual Technical Conference - Call for Papers

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    USENIX 1999 Annual Technical Conference
    June 7-11, 1999
    Monterey Conference Center
    Monterey, California, USA
    For the full call for submissions, see
    Papers due:                       December 2, 1998
    Author notification:              January 20, 1999
    Camera-ready final papers due:    April 27, 1999
    Registration materials available: March, 1999
    The 1999 USENIX Technical Conference Program Committee seeks
    original and innovative papers about the applications, architecture,
    implementation, and performance of modern computing systems.
    As at all USENIX conferences, papers that analyze problem areas
    and draw important conclusions from practical experience are
    especially welcome. Some particularly interesting application
    topics are:
    Distributed caching and replication
    Embedded systems
    Extensible operating systems
    File systems and storage systems
    Interoperability of heterogeneous systems
    Mobile code
    Mobile computing
    New algorithms and applications
    Personal digital assistants
    Quality of service
    Security and privacy
    Ubiquitous computing and messaging
    Web technologies
    We are also accepting proposals for tutorials.  USENIX's well-respected
    tutorial program offers intensive, immediately practical tutorials on
    topics essential to the use, development, and administration of advanced
    computing systems. Skilled instructors, who are hands-on experts in
    their topic areas, present both introductory and advanced tutorials
    covering topics such as:
    System and network administration
    Java and Perl topics
    High availability, scalability, and reliability
    Programming tools and program development
    Portability and interoperability
    System and network security
    Client-server application design and development
    Sendmail, DNS, and other networking issues
    GUI technologies and builders
    WWW and CGI technologies
    Performance monitoring and tuning
    Freely distributable software
    The Invited Talks coordinators welcome suggestions for topics and
    requests proposals for particular talks. In your proposal state
    the main focus, include a brief outline, and be sure to emphasize
    why your topic is of general interest to our community. Please submit
    via email to ITusenixt_private
    For the full call for submissions, see
    USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association. Since 1975,
    USENIX has brought together the community of engineers, system
    administrators, and technicians working on the cutting edge of the
    computing world. For more information about USENIX:
    1. URL: http://www.usenix.org
    2. Email to officet_private
    3. Fax: 510.548.5738
    4. Phone: 510.528.8649
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