International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems

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International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems
Abbreviation ICDCS
Discipline Distributed computing
Publication details
Publisher IEEE Computer Society
History 1979–
Frequency annual (since 1984)

The International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS) is the oldest conference in the field of distributed computing systems in the world. It was launched by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing (TCDP) in October 1979, and is sponsored by such committee. It was started as an 18-month conference until 1983 and became an annual conference since 1984. The ICDCS has a long history of significant achievements and worldwide visibility, and has recently celebrated its 30th year.

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  • ICDCS 2007 - June 25–June 29, 2007, Toronto, Canada.
  • ICDCS 2006 - July 4–July 7, 2006, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • ICDCS 2005 - July 6–July 10, 2005, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
  • ICDCS 2004 - March 23–March 26, 2004, Keio University, Japan.
  • ICDCS 2003 - May 19–May 22, 2003, Providence, RI, USA.
  • ICDCS 2002 - July 2–July 5, 2002, Vienna, Austria.
  • ICDCS 2001 - April 16–April 19, 2001, Phoenix, AZ, USA.