in conjunction with the
1993 Simulation MultiConference
March 29 - April 1, 1993
The Annual Simulation Symposium is a forum for the interchange of ideas, techniques, and applications among practitioners of simulation in industry, government, and academia. This international Symposium is the oldest continuously operating conference/symposium dedicated to simulation. The paper sessions are designed to generate an interactive discussion of concepts, methodology, and results between authors and the audience. The structure of the Symposium also provides for a degree of collegiality and continuity in the discussions of the various topics presented during the week.
In recent years, the Symposium has provided a forum for traditional simulation topics in discrete-event, continuous, digital, and analog simulation. Along with the traditional subjects, this year's Symposium is seeking papers in the following topical areas:
John A. Miller
Department of Computer Science
415 Graduate Studies Research Center
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602
Phone: (706) / (404) 542-3440
All submissions will be fully refereed for accuracy, technical content, and relevance. Papers should be between 10 to 20 double-spaced pages (5 to 10 single-spaced pages for the camera-ready version). Please include full name, affiliation, address, phone number, and email address of each author and designate the author who is to be contacted. Accepted papers will appear in the Symposium's Proceedings which will be published by the IEEE Computer Society.
The Ira M. Kay Memorial Prize of $500 will be awarded to the best paper presented at the Symposium. Authors of top papers will also be encouraged to submit a follow-on paper to the International Journal in Computer Simulation.
Only papers which have not been previously published or presented should be submitted. Authors must obtain employer, client, or government releases prior to submittal of the final manuscript.
Sponsored by the Society for Computer Simulation (SCS)
in cooperation with the IEEE Computer Society and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)