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Data Engineering for Wireless and Mobile Access - MobiDE '99
Besides advances in communications and hardware, achieving pervasive mobile computing requires innovative theories, paradigms and applications in data management. The objective of this workshop is to provide a single forum for researchers and technologists to discuss the state-of-the-art, present their contributions, and set future directions in data management for mobile and wireless access.

Discrete Algorithms and Methods for Mobile Computing and Communications - Dial M '99*
The workshop Dial M for Mobility is devoted to discrete algorithms and discrete modelling in the context of mobile and wireless computing and communications. It is intended to be a lively meeting, covering many of the algorithmic and discrete aspects of this field extending from operations research to radio engineering problems. It aims, in particular, at fostering cooperation among practitioners and theoreticians in the field.

*Graduate students attending the DIAL-M workshop may qualify for Student Grants to defray part of the cost of attending the workshop. For further information, please contact Arunabha Sen.

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Wireless Mobile Multimedia - WoWMoM '99
The issues and challenges for the development of wireless multimedia networks not only encompass a broad spectrum of research topics such as quality-of-service provisioning, broadband wireless, network support, prootocols, or handover, but also involves a way to envision the evolution of multimedia networks in the future. The objective of this workshop is to provide a forum for researchers and technologists to present new ideas and contributions in all areas related to wireless multimedia and its interfaces (or co-existence) with the conventional wireline networks.

Modeling and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems - MSWiM '99
Wireless communication systems tend to grow fairly quickly. As a result, they become large, complicated, and difficult to analyze for capacity and performance calculation and tuning. Simulation is a well accepted alternative for analyzing, predicting performance, and determining the capacity of networks and is being increasingly used to evaluate wireless and mobile systems as well. This workshop serves as a forum for "simulationists" from academia, industry and research labs, to come together for the purpose of presenting recent advances and research results in wireless simulation systems. It targets the growing overlap between interests in large scale wireless systems and their simulation. The workshop will feature prominent invited speakers, as well as papers by well-known researchers and practitioners in the field.