||Call for papers|
OPODIS is an open forum for the exchange of state-of-the-art knowledge on distributed computing and distributed computer systems. All aspects of distributed systems are within the scope of OPODIS, including theory, specification, design, performance, and implementation. Where OPODIS has traditionally been strong in covering theoretical aspects of distributed systems, for this year’s event we are additionally soliciting submissions that address the boundary between theoretical solutions and practical implementations, covering experimentation and quantitative assessments.
A good paper will typically consider a truly interesting distributed computing/systems problem and propose an original, compelling solution with a convincing qualitative, formal and/or quantitative validation. Topics covered by OPODIS include, but are not limited to:
Phase 1: Submitted papers are briefly reviewed by a subcommittee of the program committee, with the aim to filter out the papers that have a very low chance of being accepted. Papers will be selected for originality, clarity, and completeness. Each paper rejected during this phase will receive a brief review report, along with an immediate notification.
Phase 2: Submitted papers that passed through the first phase will undergo a thorough reviewing process and will each be extensively reviewed by at least four program committee members. The best papers will be accepted for the final OPODIS program and published in the proceedings.
Authors of accepted papers are required to submit the final, camera-ready versions of their papers (in LNCS format, see authors instructions at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html), including an electronic version as specified in the authors' instructions.
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