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IEEE Pervasive Computing magazine seeks articles for an October-December special issue on methods and tools for rapid prototyping, a central instrument for research and development in ubiquitous computing. PvC welcomes contributions that approach this theme from angles including hardware platforms and support for custom developments, software toolkits and frameworks, architectures and conceptual abstractions, experiments and evaluation based on prototypes, and methods for prototyping.
Submissions are due by 1 May. To view the complete call for papers, including author guidelines, visit www.computer.org/pervasive/edcal0405.htm.
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The fifth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies will bring together top professionals who are building the next generation of e-learning systems and technology-enhanced learning environments.
Conference organizers have solicited papers on topics that include educational modeling languages, socially intelligent agents, artificial intelligence tools for contextual learning, and mobile learning applications. Workshops on semantic Web technologies for e-learning and applications of tablet PCs in engineering education are also scheduled.
ICALT 2005, set for 5-8 July in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society in cooperation with the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology.
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