Sunday, October 6th, Fairmont Hotel
|17:00||Workshop reception (drinking and eating)|
Monday, October 7th, University Room, Hilton Hotel
|8:30-8:50||Introduction (mutual exchange of names, etc.)|
|8:50||Invited talk: Bayou: A Replicated Storage System for Mobile Environments, K. Petersen (Xerox PARC).|
|10:30||Support for Nomadism in a Global Environment, B. Jacob and T. Mudge.|
|10:45||Architectural Approaches for Wireless Computing in the Internet, S. Vuong, L. Mathy, and M. Törö.|
|11:00||The Ward Model: A Scalable Replication Architecture for Mobility, D. Ratner, G.J. Popek, and P. Reiher.|
|11:35||Replication through a Meta-Object Protocol, B. Robben, F. Matthijs, J. Van Oeyen, S. Bijnens, and P. Verbaeten.|
|11:50||Database Replication: An Example of Implementation, E. Volynskaya.|
|12:15-14:00||Lunch (reserved room at nearby restaurant)|
|14:00||Object Infrastructures for Globally Distributed Persistent Applications, K.F. Brown and R.K. Raj.|
|14:15||A Case Study of Dynamic Application Partitioning in Mobile Computing - An E-mail Browser, G. Hai Yan Lo and T. Kunz.|
|14:30||A Model for Multi-Level Consistency, M.G. Sørensen.|
|15:30||Grossly Distributed Programming: some thoughts submitted for ORMC'96, R.F. Smoody of smOOdynamics - Systems Made Outa Objects.|
|15:50||Future directions (10 min. introduction by Eric Jul)|
|17:00||Welcome reception (Fairmont Hotel, conference registration required)|
|How do we know what's really going on?, M. Fuchs.|
There was a mailing list, email@example.com, including the workshop participants.
Some of the new issues concern the management of mutating communication channels for mobile object location identification, the design of mobile applications using object orientation, the specification of protocols allowing operations on a distributed mobile state, and the creation and reconciliation of replicas to support of disconnected operation.
The workshop consists of sessions. Each session begins with short presentations and ends with more general discussion of the objectives of the session. The presenters will be chosen among a subset of the participants (i.e., not everyone should expect to present their position paper).
Participation is by invitation only based on submitted papers. Priority is given to papers suitable for sparking discussions. There is a limited number of spaces available for active Ph.D. students. Such students should merely submit a short description of their background and a recommendation from their Ph.D. advisor (e-mail is OK) and attesting to the fact that the student is a full-time Ph.D. student.
DIKU, University of Copenhagen
Universitetsparken 1, Copenhagen, Denmark
DI, Universidade do Minho
Campus Gualtar - Braga, Portugal
LSE - DI - EPFL
IN(Ecublens), 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland