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DMS 2009, International Conference on Distributed Multimedia Systems
DET 2009, International Workshop on Distance Education Technology
VLC 2009, International Workshop on Visual Languages and Computing

*  Due to many requests, the deadline for paper
*  submission is extended to April 17th, 2009.

The DMS conference is an international conference series, which covers
a wide spectrum of paper presentations, technical discussions and
demonstrations in the fields of distributed multimedia computing.
Started in 1994, the series of conference has been held at Hawaii,
Hong Kong, Vancouver, Taipei, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Japan, San Francisco,
Miami and Canada. This time, the conference will be held at the Hotel
Sofitel, Redwood City, San Francisco Bay, USA.

The main themes of the DMS2009 conference are: network and systems,
emergency management and security, situated computing, multimedia
software engineering, and multimedia information retrieval, mining and
fusion. The conference organizers seek contributions of high quality
papers, panels or tutorials, addressing various aspects of distributed
multimedia systems and applications, for presentation at the conference
and publication in the proceedings.

DMS'2009 will be held in conjunction with two workshops: International
Workshop on Distance Education Technology (DET), and International
Workshop on Visual Languages and Computing (VLC).

Special issue of Journals

The DMS conference series is closely coordinated with the International
Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, the Journal
of Visual Languages and Computing and the International Journal of
Distance Education Technologies. Usually the best ranked papers from
the conference, after rigorous reviews, extensive revisions and further
enhancements, will appear in one or more special issues of the above
journals. Papers suggested for the special issue(s) will be reviewed
by external reviewers following the standard procedure of review
stipulated by the respective journal.

Important Dates

Paper submission due: April 17, 2009 (extended, strict deadline)
Notification of acceptance: May 18, 2009
Camera-ready copy: June 1, 2009
Early conference registration due: June 1, 2009

Additional information on the DMS Conference web site:

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