Sponsored by 
  the Society for Computer Simulation International
The Society for the Computer Simulation Int.
4838 Ronson Court, Suite L 
San Diego, CA 92111-18000 USA
1999 International Conference On Web-Based Modelling & Simulation
January 17-20 1999, Cathedral Hill Hotel
San Francisco, California
Part of the 1999 SCS Western MultiConference on Computer Simulation

The second edition of this successful conference willfocus on the advances in web-based technologies. The aim of this conferenceis to focus on problems and perspectives of the internet and World WideWeb as a tool for modeling and simulation. Internet & Modeling practitionersare encouraged to submit proposals based on their applications and demonstrationsof computer simulation techniques.

Web-based simulation represents a convergence of computersimulation methodologies and applications within the World Wide Web (WWW).
Web-based simulation is not restricted to "distributedsimulation" or "simulation documentation.", but exhibits a plethora ofdifferent facets.

Topics & Applications

Deadlines and Requirements for Paper Submission

Extended abstracts  or draft papers are due to arrive at the General Chair (compressed multimedia format, HTML) to the General Chairby May 30, 1998
Abstract or DraftPaper30 May 1998
Preliminary Acceptance Notification15 June 1998
Full Paper Submission1 July 1998
Notification of Final Acceptance1 Septmber
Camera-Ready Paper (HTML and PS)15 September
Only original papers, written in English, which have not previouslybeen published elsewhere will be accepted.

 For Further Information:
General ChairGeneral Co-ChairProgram ChairCD EditorWeb Editor
Agostino G.BruzzoneAdelinde UhrmacherErnest H. PageHessam Sarjoughian Lorenzo Motta
University of Genoa
Comp.Science Dept. 
University of Ulm
The MITRE CorporationUniversity of ArizonaDIBE 
University of Genoa
via C.Colombo 68/3 
17019 Varazze, Italy
D-89069 Ulm, 
1820 Dolley Madison Boulevard, 
McLean, VA, 22102-3481, USA 
Arizona, USAGenoa
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DIP Demostrators & Simulators for Modeling & Simulation / Virtual Reality

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