October 6-8, 2005

Crowne Plaza Austin Hotel

Austin, Texas

The meeting that began as Workshop on Workload Characterization (WWC) in 1998 is becoming a Symposium. New computer applications and programming paradigms are constantly emerging to complement new and improving technology. The design of next generation microprocessors and computer systems should be based on an understanding of today's emerging workloads. This 3-day symposium, sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and the Technical Committee on Computer Architecture, will focus on characterizing and understanding modern computer applications commercial and scientific computing.  

Call for Papers

Important Dates

Abstract / Final Paper submissions: June 27, 2005  

Acceptance Notified: August 26, 2005

Final Manuscript Submission: September 7, 2005  

Topics of Interest

Papers are solicited in all areas related to characterization of workloads  (system and/or application behavior) in a variety of environments. Topics of interest include (but not limited to):

For further information, please contact the Program or General Chair:

General Chair

Lizy John, The University of Texas at Austin


Program Chair

David Kaeli, Northeastern University




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