Proceedings of the 9th Input-Output-Workshop from March, 30.–31. 2017 in Osnabrück published
Today, the proceedings of the 9th Input-Output-Workshop that took place in Osnabrück from March, 30.–31. 2017 has been published. They can be downloaded at io-workshop.gws-os.com. The proceedings summarizes the programme, the abstracts as well as some extended paper versions of presentations.
The I-O-Workshop is jointly organized by GWS, University of Bremen and Bochum University of Applied Sciences and takes place every year. The 10th Input-Output-Workshop will take place in Bremen from March, 15.–16. 2018. Further information can be found here: io-workshop.gws-os.com.
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