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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WEB-BASED MODELING & SIMULATION


JANUARY 7-11, 2001


Phoenix, Arizona
Crowne Plaza Hotel

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WEBSIM 2001 is the third year of this innovative conference that has attracted presenters and attendees from over a dozen countries, indicating the importance of Web-Based Modeling and Simulation to the entire simulation discipline. The objective of WEBSIM 2001 is to continue to explore the range of issues associated with the application of the WWW as a simple support technology and to present and discuss the possibilities of the Internet and WWW as tools for modeling and simulation. Internet and modeling practitioners are encouraged to submit proposals based on their applications and demonstrations of computer simulation techniques.
 
Simulation Systems and 
Methodologies on the Web
     • Coordination Languages and Systems
     • Distributed Repositories (Models,
        Input/Output Sets)
     • Interface Agents for Systems Modeling
        and Simulation
     • Java-Based Implementation of Simulation
        Systems
     • Java-Based Front Ends for Simulation
        Systems
     • Java-Based Simulation Environments
     • Groupwork in Systems Modeling and
        Simulation
     • Multimedia in Systems Modeling and
        Simulation
     • Parallel and Distributed Simulation on the
        Internet
     • Standardization (HLA)
     • Web-Based Modeling Using UML and
        other Methodologies

Submission deadline is July 10, 2000.

Web-Based Applications of Simulation
     • Collaborative Learning and Information
        Discovery
     • Cooperation and Social Behavior
     • Distributed Model Input and Output
        —Data Set Repositories
     • Web-Based Games
     • Hypermedia Knowledge About Geometry
        and Dynamics
     • Integration of DIS and HLA with Web
        Technologies
     • Integration of VRML with Traditional
        Simulation
     • Integrating Distributed Object Technologies
        into Simulation (OLE/COM, CORBA,
       HLA, DIS)
     • Mobile Agents
     • Modeling Electronic Commerce and
        Online Business Re-Engineering
     • Multimedia-Enriched Simulation Modeling
        and Interactive Documentation
     • Web-Based Workflow Modeling and
        Simulation
General Co-Chair
Robert Signorile
Boston College
E-mail: signoril@bc.edu
General Co-Chair
Philip Wilsey
University of Cincinnati
E-mail: philip.wilsey@uc.edu
 

 
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