International Middleware Conference

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The International Middleware Conference brings together academic and industrial delegates who have an interest in the development, optimisation, evaluation and evolution of middleware.

History[edit]

The first instance of the Middleware conference was held in 1998.[1] Since 2003 the conference has been run annually. Many recent conference events have been ACM/IFIP/USENIX supported events.

Conference structure[edit]

Middleware uses a single-track conference program, although it includes a growing number of submission categories. As of 2013, these include:

  • Research papers
  • Experimentation and deployment papers
  • Big ideas papers

The conference also includes:

  • Tutorials
  • Demonstrations and posters
  • A doctoral workshop

A number (six, in 2012) of workshops are typically co-located with the main conference.

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