Conference Structure

DSN 2005 features a number of coordinated tracks, including: the Dependable Computing and Communication Symposium (DCCS); the Performance and Dependability Symposium (PDS); several Workshops; Tutorials; a Student Forum; and Fast Abstracts. We invite you to contribute to this premier forum by submitting in one or more of the categories outlined below:
Regular Papers
report on recent research results
Practical Experience Reports
provide in-depth description of an experience or a case study
Demonstrations: Software, System and Tools
describe the software, system, or tool, its context and objective, and the planned demonstration
discuss and debate topics of high interest to the community
provide opportunities for focused discussion on selected topics in a small group setting
provide a short course on dependability practice, techniques, and theories
Student Forum
provides an opportunity for Ph.D. students to present their research
Fast Abstracts
present work-in-progress


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