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Call for Posters and Demonstrations. The submission date for both is 19 May Please note: the submission deadline for papers, panels, tutorials and workshops is April 5, Dialogues , 2 - 8 October , Padova, Italy.

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The submission date is 22 May The submission date is 28 May Due to an increased emphasis on interdisciplinary research and technology that connects people and resources in new ways, convergence is a growing phenomenon The 12th National Conference Executive Committee invites you to submit proposals on the topics presented in the conference tracks.

We also ask you to take a step back from your everyday work to explore the major issues, challenges, and opportunities facing academic and research librarians in the next five to ten years". The submission date is 31 May Papers are sought on the following topics: Multimedia Sound technologies, Image technologies, Virtual reality, Virtual factory, Computer vision, Mobile communications, Internet, Web methodologies, Internet based knowledge engineering, Distributed computing environments, Architectures for internet and intranets, Java, Corba, XML, Security Aspects, Reusability, Reliability, Intelligent agents, Data mining Object-oriented methodologies, Data warehousing, Tele-education, E-commerce, Tele-medicine and medical informatics, and many more.

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This one-day forum covers two interrelated topics pertinent to members and non-members alike: metadata and institutional digital repositories. Featuring RLG member experts and other speakers local to the venue, the forum serves as an educational opportunity for those desiring to learn more about how peer institutions are addressing the challenges related to long-term access to and preservation of digital materials" - from RLG DigiNews, February 15, , Volume 8, Number 1.

Although significant technical content will be presented, this is not a technician-training program. The purpose of CUMREC is to provide a forum for higher education professionals to share their expertise and experiences with computer systems in our ever-changing world of technology.

The CUMREC Annual Conference, founded in , is the longest running continuing conference devoted to promoting the understanding and use of information technology in higher education. These include practitioners in digital preservation from all kind of organisations and institutions, decision-makers and other people involved in choosing preservation file formats, and preservationists who are facing file format challenges and are looking for first-hand information and experience. In particular, people who want to exchange their experience with colleagues from all over Europe and beyond should consider attending.

The program will consist of an online tutorial and a series of one-week workshops to be held in Ithaca, NY.

The primary goal of this program is to enable effective decision making for administrators who will be responsible for the longevity of digital objects in an age of technological uncertainty. With expert guidance, participants will examine the advantages of developing digital collections of heritage materials and investigate issues involved in creating, curating and managing access to such collections. In addition, Jenny Walker, ExLibris, a member of the NISO Standards Development Committee will discuss plans to support metadata interoperability through the development and coordination of standards and will share information about NISO's strategic planning initiative.

National Conference on Digital Government Research dg. Correspondingly, the conference attracts researchers in the varied disciplines, government agencies representatives, policy specialists, business experts, representatives from the software industry, and members of the public. The conference has become the main event in the field of electronic information resources in Central and Eastern Europe.

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Both formal methods and concrete applications well fit in the conference, whose program also includes invited talks, given by leaders in the field. Each year a different and hot theme is addressed, divided in two parts; the first part covers research and development and the second part addresses advances in applications and practice. Language: English.

Brand new Book. Virtual Worlds is the second in a series of international scientific conferences on virtual worlds held at the International Institute of Multimedia in Paris La Defense Pole Universitaire Leonard de Vinci. The term "virtual worlds" generally refers to virtual reality applications or experi ences. We extend the use of these terms to describe experiments that deal with the idea of synthesizing digital worlds on computers. Thus, virtual worlds could be de fined as the study of computer programs that implement digital worlds. Constructing such complex artificial worlds seems to be extremely difficult to do in any sort of complete and realistic manner.

Such a new discipline must benefit from a large amount of work in various fields: virtual reality and advanced computer graphics, artificial life and evolutionary computation, simulation of physical systems, and more.

Whereas virtual reality has largely concerned itself with the design of 3D immersive graphical spaces, and artificial life with the simulation of living organisms, the field of virtual worlds, is concerned with the synthesis of digital universes considered as wholes, with their own "physical" and "biological" laws. Seller Inventory AAV Book Description Springer Verlag, Condition: Brand New.

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