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IEEE-ACM 2008 : Workshop on Streaming Systems: From Web and Enterprise to Multicore

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Link: http://web.mit.edu/rabbah/www/conferences/08/micro/wss/
 
When Nov 8, 2008 - Nov 8, 2008
Where Lake Como, Italy
Submission Deadline Sep 8, 2008
Notification Due Nov 15, 2008
Categories    architectures   compilers
 

Call For Papers

This goal of this workshop is to provide a forum to discuss the impact
of stream computing on the entire computing stack, from applications
to architectures. Stream programming and streaming systems are gaining
increasing attention because they ease the burden associated with the
design and implementation of complex, large-scale, and scalable
applications that run on parallel and distributed computing platforms.

Streaming systems in various domains may appear to address the many
challenges of delivering high-performance in contrasting ways, but in
reality there are many similarities in philosophy, engineering, and
implementation. This workshop aims to highlight the commonalities and
contrast the differences in the context of stream computing on Web and
Enterprise platforms, and stream computing on Multicores.

The workshop is a half day session and will feature invited talks from
leading researchers in the field, as well as presentations selected
from the submissions.

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