Workshop agenda is available here!
3rd International Workshop on
Net-Centric Computing

May 14, 2001;
Toronto, Canada
NCC 2001
Theme: Migrating to the Web

ICSE 2001

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Welcome to NCC 2001! The underlying principle of Net-Centric Computing (NCC) is a distributed environment where applications and data are exchanged among peers across a network on as as-needed basis. NCC relies on portable applications running on multiple platforms, mobile code and data accessed via high-speed network connections, and low-cost appliances for local processing.

NCC 2001 provides an opportunity for the exchange on information related to exciting new research and empirical results in areas including (but not limited to):

  •  Business issues in migrating to the Web
  •  Integration strategies based on XML and nascent standards such as SOAP 
  •  Mining assets from existing systems
  •  Concerns in deploying NCC applications in fixed-link and wireless setting
  •  Using distributed component technology in developing Web-enabled systems

We are very pleased that the third meeting of this emerging research community is part of the 23rd International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2001). ICSE is the flagship event focused on all aspects of software engineering that is sponsored by both the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society. Hopefully NCC 2001 will follow the example set by the previous NCC workshops in Toronto and London to provide a stimulating and enjoyable event.

Last modified May 07, 2001 by Scott Tilley.