ISPDC 2007

Call for Papers

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In the exciting and rapidly moving world of parallel and distributed computing, advances in these multi-faceted fields need to be evaluated early and disseminated quickly. ISPDC attempts to provide an interactive, professional, and friendly forum for these purposes.


Prospective authors are invited to submit original papers (not being considered for publication elsewhere) describing theoretical and/or experimental research in areas of interest which include:
  • Parallel Computing
  • Cluster Computing
  • Grid Computing
  • Web Services and Internet Computing
  • Cooperative and Collaborative Computing
  • Peer-to-peer Computing
  • Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
  • Software Agents and Multi-agent Systems
  • Algorithms, Models and Formal Verification
  • Programming Paradigms and APIs
  • Tools and Environments for Program Analysis
  • Resource Discovery and Management
  • Task and Communication Scheduling and Load Balancing
  • Performance Management
  • Parallel, Distributed and Mobile Databases
  • Real-time Systems
  • Distributed Software Components
  • Adaptive Computing
  • Real-time Distributed Systems
  • Security
  • Fault Tolerance
  • Scientific Computing and Large Scale Simulations
  • Applications and Case Studies


The extended deadline for paper submission is
February 12, 2007
The proceedings will be published by the IEEE Computer Society Press.

A set of the best papers may be considered for a special journal issue.

Submission Guidelines

Papers are to be submitted in electronic form via the conference web site
The submission consists of a single file in either PDF (recommended) or PostScript format (not MS Word format) with
  • the list of authors (full name, affiliation, and email address),
  • a 100-word abstract and keywords,
  • no more than 8 pages of content.
Papers are to be formatted according to the following
Paper Preparation and Submission Instructions
(please note that the style for camera ready papers is different from the one originally suggested in the call).
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