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DialM-POMC 2007: The Fourth ACM SIGACT-SIGOPS International Workshop
on Foundation of Mobile Computing


Mobile computing and communications devices will have an enormous
impact on our lifestyle over the next several decades. The mobility of
distributed computing components raises a number of interesting, and
difficult, algorithmic issues. This workshop is devoted to algorithms
and methods in the context of mobile and wireless computing and
communications. The workshop is intended to foster cooperation among
researchers and industry collaborators in mobile computing and
distributed algorithms.

Date: August 16th, 2007

DIAL M-POMC, the Joint Workshop on Foundations of Mobile Computing
will be co-located with ACM PODC 2007 in Portland, Oregon at Hilton
Portland & Executive Tower, 921 SW Sixth Avenue, Portland, Oregon,
United States 97204.


A total of 34 high quality papers were submitted for presentation at
the Workshop. After careful review by the members of the Technical
Program Committee, 12 papers were accepted for presentation. In
addition to these paper presentations, the workshop will include a
keynote by Prof. Baruch Awerbuch (Johns Hopkins University) and 4
invited talks by the following distinguished researchers -
  * Prof. Madhav Marathe (Virginia Tech)
  * Dr. Ravi Jain (Google)
  * Prof. Tim Roughgarden (Stanford University)
  * Dr. Kamal Jain (Microsoft Research)

The complete program is given below:

Thursday, August 16, 2007

8:00 am to 8:30 am   Registration
8:30 am to 8:40 am   Opening Remarks: Torsten Braun and Arun Sen,
                     Program Co-Chairs
8:40 am to 9:40 am   Keynote Address: Distributed Computing, Mobile
                     Networks, and Algorithms by Baruch Awerbuch
                     (Johns Hopkins University)
9:40 am to 10:40 am  Session 1: Sensor Networks,
                     Session Chair: Torsten Braun
                     * Backbone-based Scheduling for Data
                       Dissemination in Wireless Sensor Networks with
                       Mobile Sinks by Yu Chen and Eric Fleury
                       (ARES/INRIA, INSA de Lyon, France)
                     * Extending Wireless Sensor Networks Lifetime
                       using Disjoint Connected Dominating Sets by
                       Trac Nguyen and Dung Huynh (University of Texas
                       at Dallas, USA)
                     * Multiple Sink Positioning in Sensor Networks by
                       Shahab Mihandoust and Lata Narayanan (Concordia
                       University, Canada)
10:40 am to 11:00 am Break
11:00 am to 11:40 am Invited Talk I: Madhav Marathe (Virginia Tech),
                     Session Chair: Arun Sen
                     Provable Algorithms for Joint Optimization of
                     Transport, Routing and MAC layers in Wireless Ad
                     Hoc Networks
11:40 am to 12:20 pm Invited Talk II: Ravi Jain (Google)
                     Session Chair: Arun Sen
12:20 pm to 1:20 pm  Lunch Break
1:20 pm to 2:00 pm   Invited Talk III: Tim Roughgarden (Stanford
                     University), Session Chair: Jennifer Welch
                     Measures of Inefficiency and Optimal Protocol
2:00 pm to 2:40 pm   Invited Talk IV: Kamal Jain (Microsoft Research),
                     Session Chair: Jennifer Welch
                     Cell Breathing in Wireless LANs: Algorithms for load
2:40 pm to 3:40 pm   Session 2: Wireless Networks I,
                     Session Chair: Jennifer Welch
                     * Reliable Local Broadcast in a Wireless Network
                       Prone to Byzantine Failures by Vartika Bhandari
                       and Nitin Vaidya (University of Illinois at
                       Urbana-Champaign, USA)
                     * A Class of Orientation-Invariant Yao-type
                       Subgraphs of a Unit Disk Graph by Thomas
                       Fevens, Alaa Eddien Abdallah, Tarek El Salti
                       and Louisa Harutyunyan (Concordia University,
                     * Low Energy Fault Tolerant Bounded-Hop Broadcast
                       in Wireless Networks by Hunan Shpungin and
                       Michael Segal (Ben-Gurion University of the
                       Negev, Israel)
3:40 pm to 4:00 pm   Break
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm   Session 3: Wireless Networks II
                     * Dessy: Towards Flexible Mobile Desktop Search
                       by Eemil Lagerspetz and Tancred Lindholm, Sasu
                       Tarkoma (Helsinki Institute for Information
                       Technology, Finland)
                     * Near-Optimal Compression of Probabilistic
                       Counting Sketches for Networking Applications
                       by Björn Scheuermann and Martin Mauve (Heinrich
                       Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany)
                     * Emancipating the IEEE 802.11 Network from
                       Handoff Delay by Sourav Pal, Sumantra Kundu,
                       Preetam Ghosh, Kalyan Basu and Sajal Das
                       (University of Texas at Arlington, USA)
                     * SDP-based Approach for Channel Assignment in
                       Multi-radio Wireless Networks by Hieu Dinh,
                       Yoo-Ah Kim (University of Connecticut, USA),
                       Seungjoon Lee (AT&T Research Labs, USA), Minho
                       Shin (University of Maryland at College Park,
                       USA) and Bing Wang (University of Connecticut,
                     * On the Connectivity Threshold for General
                       Uniform Matric Space by Gady Kozma (Weizmann
                       Institute of Science, Israel), Zvi Lotker
                       (Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel)
                       and Gideon Strupp (Sheer Networks, Israel)
                     * Strictly-Localized Construction of Near-Optimal
                       Power Spanners for Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks by
                       Iyad Kanj, Ljubomir Perkovic (DePaul University,
                       USA) and Ge Xia (Lafayette College, USA)

Workshop Contact: Arunabha Sen, Email: asen [at] asu [dot] edu
For registration information, please visit

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