The 6th WSEAS Int.Conf.on ACOUSTICS and MUSIC: THEORY and
APPLICATIONS (AMTA '05),
the 6th WSEAS Int. Conf. on MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS IN BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY (MCBC'05),
the 6th WSEAS Int. Conf. on MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS (MCBE'05) as well as
the 6th WSEAS Int. Conf. on AUTOMATION & INFORMATION (ICAI'05), were
held in Buenos Ayres, Argentina, from March 1 till March 3, 2005.
This multiconference was held in 2000 in Montego Bay, Jamaica, in 2001 in Skiathos, Greece, in 2002 and 2003 in Tenerife, Spain, in 2004 in Venice, Italy and in 2005 in Buenos Aires.
Submitted papers: 247
Accepted papers: 164
From these 164 papers, 43 papers were selected for additional journal publication
Plenary Lecture I:
Challenges In Multimedia Across Wireless Broadband
Prof. Zoran Bojkovic
Abstract: This lecture will revolve around the topics of Audio-Visual Solution, Mobile networks, Multimedia across global system for mobile (gsm), Mobile ip and wireless atm: mobile atm, mobile ip, Wireless multimedia delivery, Concept over wireless systems for universal multimedia information access (uma), Multimedia network using third generation cdma 2000, Traffic engineering for ip networks, Quality of service for the next generation networks, Standardization processes.
Plenary Lecture II:
Contribution to E-Business Valuation
Abstract: Today's e-business processes and operations are variable, complex and intricate. An apparently simple transaction may in fact cross multiple physical, geographic boundaries, involve many trading partners, and trigger actions in numerous other business processes. Because these complexities and interdependencies are too numerous to handle manually, business processes are inherently wedded to business systems. For that reason, when assessing value, it's generally meaningless to separate the two concepts. Instead, a company values the cash inflows and outflows for the unified business process change on both the IT and business unit sides. The lecture discusses concepts for assessing the value of e-business projects. The concepts described outline a framework and language for articulating e-business value rather than strictly defined valuation formula. For each method, we give insights into the concept, provide some examples, and note the financial rules to be alert for when assessing value. Where possible, we provide examples based on real-world business process changes that we have encountered in our investigation.
Plenary Lecture III:
Grid Computing 2011-2020: Beyond the Beginnings
Prof. Akshai Aggarwal
Abstract: The address will present some thoughts on the future of Grid Computing in the next decade. The projections into the future will be worked out starting from the present status and the developing scenario. However like all predictions about the future of any technology, these may be said to be speculative. However it is only on the basis of such thoughts that one moves ahead in research. It is expected that the address may provoke inputs from other delegates to the Conference. Therefore conclusions reached, by the end of the address, may turn out to be different from the ones on the last slide.
Most of the papers were of high quality and for this reason the
reviewers promoted them to WSEAS International Journals.
The organizing committee followed the rule:
Positive Comments from 2 reviewers --> Publication in the Proceedings
Positive Comments from 3 reviewers --> Publication in the Proceedings + Journals
Positive Comments from 1 or 0 reviewers --> Rejection
The proceedings were distributed to the authors during the event
while selected papers were published in WSEAS Transactions.
The Proceedings, WSEAS Transactions for
this WSEAS Multiconference
are covered by the following Science Citation Indexes:
INSPEC (IEE), ISI (ISINET), ELSEVIER, CSA, AMS
Mathematical Reviews, ELP, NLG, Engineering Index,
Directory of Published Proceedings, ZENTRABLATT,
British Library, Swets Information Services
See details: www.worldses.org/indexes
The official Banquet of the conference took place in the hotel with an impressive great variety of food,
In the coffee-breaks, the guests except the usual coffee, tea, milk enjoy also a variety of fruits, juices and fruit-tarts.
Several Photos from the Banquet follow:
The overall impression of the meeting was
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