Observatorio - Pantitlán; 16.7 km (in passenger service), 20 stations
05-09-1969: Zaragoza - Chapultepec (12.7 km)
11-04-1970: Chapultepec - Juanacatlán (1.0 km)
20-11-1970: Juanacatlán - Tacubaya (1.1 km)
10-06-1972: Tacubaya - Observatorio (1.7 km)
22-08-1984: Zaragoza - Pantitlán (2.3 km)
Cuatro Caminos - Tasqueña; 20.7 km (in passenger service), 24 stations
01-08-1970: Tasqueña - Pino Suárez (11.3 km)
14-09-1970: Pino Suárez - Tacuba (8.1 km)
22-08-1984: Tacuba - Cuatro Caminos (4.0 km)
Indios Verdes - Universidad; 21.3 km (in passenger service), 21 stations
20-11-1970: Tlatelolco - Hospital General (5.4 km)
25-08-1978: Tlatelolco - La Raza (1.4 km)
01-12-1979: La Raza - Indios Verdes (4.9 km)
07-06-1980: Hospital General - Centro Médico (0.8 km)
25-08-1980: Centro Médico - Zapata (4.5 km)
30-08-1983: Zapata - Universidad (6.5 km)
Martín Carrera - Santa Anita; 9.4 km (in passenger service), 10 stations (all elevated/at grade)
29-08-1981: Martín Carrera - Candelaria (7.5 km)
25-05-1982: Candelaria - Santa Anita (3.2 km)
Politécnico - Pantitlán; 14.4 km (in passenger service), 13 stations
19-12-1981: Consulado - Pantitlán (9.2 km)
01-07-1982: Consulado - La Raza (3.1 km)
30-08-1982: La Raza - Politécnico (3.4 km)
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1) A matrix structure of tracks and themes that enables research on a rich mixture of computer-based applications and technologies.
2) Three days of research paper presentations and discussions in a workshop setting that promotes interaction leading to additional research.
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4) A truly international experience with participants usually from over 40 countries, (approximately 50% non-US).
5) Papers published in the Proceedings by the IEEE Computer Society Press and carried in the IEEE digital library Xplore. Access to HICSS papers is in the top 2% of IEEE Conferences.
6) Paper presentations and discussions which frequently lead to revised and extended papers that are published in journals, books, and special issues.
7) A keynote address and distinguished lecture which explore particularly relevant topics and concepts.
Best Paper Awards in each track which recognize superior research performance.
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The theme of the 37th COMPSAC conference is The Expanding Sphere of Software and Data. The emergence and increasing importance of digital society, cyber-physical systems, and semantic, pervasive, and mobile computing are expanding the role of software and applications. Associated with these paradigms are instruments, sensors, and a multitude of applications that generate and require analysis of massive volumes of diverse, complex, and distributed data. Knowledge, tools, practices, and infrastructures related to software and data have begun to evolve to cover this expanding sphere, while addressing grand challenges brought about by the complexities and uncertainties of the physical world and the heterogeneity and massive scale of the cyber infrastructure; e.g., sensors, mobile platforms, and clouds; and the data they produce and require. Beyond the core emphasis areas of the conference, COMPSAC 2013 will provide additional tracks, special sessions, panels, and keynotes in order to facilitate discourse on and deepen the understanding of these challenges by furthering the fundamental contributions needed for advances in software and breakthroughs in big data analytics.
In 2013, ICCV will take place at the Sydney Conference Centre in Darling Harbour, Sydney.