CCP: Data Compression, Communications and Processing

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CCP 2011 First International Conference on Data Compression, Communication and Processing
Jun 21, 2011 - Jun 24, 2011 Palinuro (Italy) Apr 27, 2011
 
 

Present CFP : 2011

1st International Conference on
"Data Compression, Communication, and Processing"
Palinuro (Cilento Coast) - Salerno, Italy
June 21-24, 2011

This conference will bring together European and international researchers to exchange ideas and results related to the theoretical and practical aspects of Data Compression, Data Communication, and Data Processing.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

Lossless and lossy data compression, source coding, compression for specific types of data, browsing and searching compressed data, minimal length encoding and applications to learning, applications in molecular biology, steganography and the hiding of information in compressed data sets.

Computer communications and networks, quality of service, traffic engineering, network design optimization and management, Peer-to-Peer, real time communication services (VoIP, Games, Video), routing, security, optical networking, energy-aware networks, E-Commerce, internet services and protocols.

Data and image processing, string algorithms, parallel algorithms for string manipulation, statistical classification and pattern recognition, information retrieval, data security, signal processing, criptography, data mining, bioinformatics and computational biology.

All the above topics are open to both research and industry contributions.
Papers reporting on original research unpublished elsewhere are primarily sought. Surveys of important results, especially recent ones, are also invited.


LOCATION:

Palinuro, Italy is a charming seaside resort on the Cilento coast, 150 Km. south of Naples.
Palinuro is a jewel of a place in the midst of rugged hills and caves. The beauty of the city is present everywhere and overlooking the sea is the stunning landscape of Cilento coast.
The naturalistic beauty of Palinuro is a wonder: it is visible in the reflection of the sea, the rocky caves of thousand of different shapes formed due to the corrosion of sea and in pure and wild nature. The pure and unpolluted wildness of the coast, the wide spread beaches, the rough inlets and the exquisite bays and sea caves offer breathtaking views to the visitors. A boat trip to the adjacent capes allows the visitors to see the naturally formed caves and prehistoric animal and human fossils in the embedded walls.
This captivating coast offers a wide variety of fascinating and stunning sites among which the Castello della Molpa, the Scoglio del Coniglio, the Saracen towers and the Baia del Buon Dormire are the most enchanting.

PROCEEDINGS:

We are negotiating with IEEE Computer Society Press the publication of the post-proceedings of the conference.
Extended versions of selected papers will be recommended for publication in Special Issues of leading journals in the field.
 

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