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NCIS'11-CMSP'11-Extend the deadlines for Registration and payments to 20 January 2011!(1/14/2011)
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NCIS'11-CMSP'11-Extend the deadlines for submissions to 10 December 2010.(11/30/2010)
NCIS'11-CMSP'11-Extend the deadlines for submissions to 30 November 2010.(11/10/2010)
Online Paper Submission System is open now.(6/24/2010)
The 2011 International Conference on Network Computing and Information Security (NCIS¨11) and the 2011 International Conference on Multimedia and Signal Processing (CMSP'11) will be jointly held at Guilin, China in May 14-15, 2011. NCIS'11- CMSP'11 aims to provide a high-level international forum for scientists and researchers to present the state of the art of Network Computing, Information Security, Multimedia, Image, Video and Signal Processing, with their applications for addressing world problems of various kinds. NCIS¨11- CMSP'11 is multi-disciplinary in which a wide range of theory and methodologies are being investigated and developed to tackle complex and challenging problems.
All accepted papers will appear in conference proceedings published by the IEEE-CS. (All accepted papers at NCIS'11- CMSP'11 are indexed by EI Compendex and ISTP).Selected good papers will appear in ゞJournal of Computational Information Systems〃--EI Compendex indexed international journals.
Authors should submit pdf files of their manuscripts via the online submission system
20 December 2010
Final Versions / Author Registration
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