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The 23rd ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
March 16 – 20, 2008, Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil

co-hosted by
University of Fortaleza (UNIFOR) and Federal University of Ceará (UFC)

SAC 2008
For the past twenty-two years, the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
has been a primary gathering forum for applied computer scientists, 
computer engineers, software engineers, and application developers from 
around the world. SAC 2008 is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest 
Group on Applied Computing (SIGAPP), and is hosted by the University of 
Fortaleza and the Federal University of Ceará, in Brazil.

Authors are invited to submit original papers in all areas of 
experimental computing and application development for the technical 
program via the various tracks hosted by SAC 2008. Submissions fall into 
the following categories:

*) Original and unpublished research work
*) Reports of innovative computing applications in the arts, sciences, 
    engineering, and business areas
*) Reports of successful technology transfer to new problem domains
*) Reports of industrial experience and demos of new innovative systems

Peer groups with expertise in the track focus area will blindly review 
submissions to that track. Accepted papers will be published in the 
annual conference proceedings and will be made available in the ACM 
Digital library. Submission guidelines can be found on SAC 2008 Website 
(on the header).

Prospective papers should be submitted per track using the provided 
automated submission system at


Submission of the same paper to multiple tracks is not allowed. For more 
information please visit the SAC 2008 Website.

AC: Autonomic Computing
ACS: Advances in Computer Simulation
AISA: Artificial Intelligence in Space Applications
APSLA: Agent-oriented Programming Systems, Languages and Applications
ASIIS: Advances in Spatial and Image-Based Information Systems
ATOS: Adaptive Techniques in Operating Systems
BIO: Bioinformatics
CAHC: Computer Applications in Health Care
CF: Computer Forensics
CISIA: Computational Logic and Computational Intelligence in Signal and 
Image Analysis
CM: Coordination Models, Languages and Applications
CN: Computer Networks
CSP: Constraint Satisfaction and Programming
DADS: Dependable and Adaptive Distributed Systems
DE: Document Engineering
DM: Data Mining
DS: Data Streams
DTTA: Database Theory, Technology, and Applications
EBA: e-Business Applications
EC: Applications of Evolutionary Computation
EIS: Enterprise Information Systems
ELSDS: Engineering Large-Scale Distributed Systems
EMBS: Embedded Systems: Applications, Solutions, and Techniques
GCR: Geometric Computing and Reasoning
IAR: Information Access and Retrieval
MAS: Mobile Agents and Systems
MCA: Mobile Computing and Applications
ME: Middleware Engineering
MMV: Multimedia and Visualization
NLSP: Natural Language Processing and Speech Recognition
OE: Organizational Engineering
OOPS: Object Oriented Programming Languages and Systems
PL: Programming Languages
PSC: Programming for Separation of Concerns
RE: Requirement Engineering
RHSES: Robotics: Hardware, Software, and Embedded Systems
RTS: Real-Time Systems
SE: Software Engineering
SEC: Computer Security
SOPDS: Self Organization in Pervasive Distributed Systems
SV: Software Verification
SWA: The Semantic Web and Applications
TRECK: Trust, Recommendations, Evidence and other Collaboration Know-how
UC: Ubiquitous Computing
WT: Web Technologies

Sept.  8, 2007: Paper submissions
Sept. 20, 2007: Tutorial submissions
Oct.  16, 2007: Author notification
Oct.  30, 2007: Camera-Ready Copy

Ronaldo Menezes, Florida Tech, USA, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Mirko Viroli, Università di Bologna, Italy, [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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