2010 Congress on Computer Applications and Computational Science, Singapore [EI Compendex,ISTP,IEEE Xplore] #3

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2010 International Congress on Computer Applications and Computational
CACS 2010
4-6 December 2010, Singapore
CACS 2010 aims to bring together researchers and scientists from
academia, industry, and government laboratories to present new results
and identify future research directions in computer applications and
computational science. Topics of interest include, but are not limited

Agent and Autonomous Systems
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing
Computer Architecture and VLSI
Computer Control and Robotics
Computer Graphics, Animation and Virtual Reality
Computers in Education & Learning technology
Computer Modeling and Simulations
Computer Networks and Communications
Computer Security and Privacy
Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition
Data Mining and Data Engineering
Distributed and Services Computing
Energy and Power Systems
Intelligent Systems
Internet and Web Systems
Nano Technologies
Real-Time and Embedded Systems
Scientific Computing and Applications
Signal, Image and Multimedia Processing
Software Engineering
Test Technologies

CACS 2010 conference proceedings will be published by CPS which will
include the conference proceedings in IEEE Xplore and submit the
proceedings to Ei Compendex and ISTP for indexing.
Singapore's cultural diversity reflects its colonial history and
Chinese, Malay, Indian and Arab ethnicities. English is the dominant
official language, which is convenient for foreign visitors. Places of
interest, such as the Orchard Road district, Singapore Zoo, Night
Safari, and Sentosa, attract millions of visitors a year. Singapore is
a paradise for shopping, dinning, entertainment, and nightlife, with
two new integrated resorts.
Conference Contact: CACS@irast.org
Paper Submission Deadline: 15 May 2010
Review Decision Notifications: 15 August 2010
Final Papers and Author Registration Deadline: 9 September 2010
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