Wednesday, April 13, 2016

[DMANET] WAAC 2016 Call for Papers

Call for Papers

The 19th Japan-Korea Joint Workshop on
Algorithms and Computation (WAAC 2016)

August 30–31, 2016
Hakodate, Japan
(Submission deadline: June 26, 2016)

The aim of this workshop is to provide a forum for researchers working
on algorithms and the theory of computation, to promote the exchange
of recent results, to foster new collaborations among researchers.
Historically, the workshop has been established for the purpose of
collaboration of researchers of Korea and Japan; however,
participation from any country is welcome.

* Automata, languages and computability
* Algorithms (combinatorial/graph/geometric/randomized)
* VLSI and parallel algorithms
* Networks and distributed algorithms
* Learning theory and data mining
* Number theory and cryptography
* Graph drawing and visualization
* Computational logic
* Combinatorics and optimization

Important Dates
* Paper submission deadline: June 26, 2016
* Notification of acceptance: July 11, 2016
* Final version submission: July 22, 2016
* Conference: August 30–31, 2016

Authors are invited to submit papers up to 8 pages in English via the
EasyChair submission system no later than June 26, 2016.
The proceedings will be available at the conference site. Since the
proceeding is only distributed at the workshop, the submission of
preliminary material that is to be submitted to or extended material
to appear in other international conferences or journals is allowed
and encouraged.

Page Style and Limit
The paper must be written in English. The camera-ready version must be
printed to fit A4 size sheet. It cannot exceed 8 pages including the
title page. The first page must be in single column style although the
following pages could be in double columns. The first page should
contain the title, authors, affiliations, addresses (including
authors' e-mail addresses), and abstract.

Program Committee
* Takashi Horiyama, co-chair (Saitama University)
* Jun Kawahara (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
* Akitoshi Kawamura (University of Tokyo)
* Sung-Ryul Kim, co-chair (Konkuk University)
* Inbok Lee (Korea Aerospace University)
* Mun-Kyu Lee (Inha University)
* Yoshio Okamoto (University of Electro-Communications)
* Heejin Park (Hanyang University)

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