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CFP, Journal Special Issues, ETC 류근호
  2010-02-10

CFP for Conferences/Workshops:


                          - AIAI-2010, Oct. 5-7, 2010, Ayia Napa, Cyprus


                          - dMEMS-2010, Jun. 28-29, 2010, Besancon,


                            France


                          - ANT-2010, Jul. 26-28, 2010, Wolfville, Canada


                          - ICPP-2010, Sep. 13-16, 2010, CA, USA


                          - UIC-2010, Oct 26-29, 2010, Xian, China


                          - MTPP-2010, May 17-19, 2010, Vladivostok,


                            Russia


                          - BodyNets-2010, Sep. 10-12, 2010, Corfu


                            Island, Greece


                          - IDC-2010, Sep. 16-18, 2010, Tangier, Morocco


                          - SH-2010, May 21-23, 2010, Busan, Korea


                          - MUE-2010, Jun. 28-30, 2010, San Diego, USA


                          - WiMOB-2010, Oct. 11-13, Niagara Falls, Canada


                          - CIT/ScalCom/ICESS-2010, June 29 - July 1,


                            Bradford, UK


                          - ACMM-2010, Aug. 30, Jeju Island, Korea


                          - ScienceCloud-2010, Jun. 21, Chicago, USA


                          - BADS-2010, Jun. 15-19,  Washington, USA


                          - IE-2010, Jul. 20-21, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


                          - TSP-2010, Jun. 29 - Jul 1, Bradford, UK


                          - MOBILWARE-2010, Jun. 30, Chicago, USA


                          - DEXA-2010, Aug.30 - Sep. 3, Bilbao, Spain


                          - ITBAM-2010, Aug.30 - Sep. 3, Bilbao, Spain


                          - EGOVIS-2010, Aug.30 - Sep. 3, Bilbao, Spain


                          - TrustBus-2010, Aug. 30, 2010, Bilbao, Spain


                          - WIMUS-2010, Jun. 28-30, 2010, San Diego, USA


                          - WiMon/CNSA-2010, Jul. 23-25, 2010, Chennai,


                            India


                          - FMN-2010, Jul. 17-18, 2010, Krakow, Poland


                          - SSS-2010, Sep. 20-22, 2010, New York, USA


                          - CIE/IDETC-2010, Aug. 15-18, 2010, Quebec,


                            Canada


                          - SCC-2010, Sep., 2010, California, USA


                          - NPC-2010, Sept. 13-15, 2010, Zhengzhou, China


                          - ITCS-2010, Aug. 11-13, 2010, Cebu,


                            Philippines


                          - ChinaGrid-2010, Jul. 16-18, 2010, Guangdong,


                            China


                          - SenseApp-2010, Oct. 11-14, 2010, Colorado,


                            USA


                          - ADMI-10, May 10-11, 2010, Toronto, Canada


 


CFP for Courses/Training/Tutorial:


 


CFC for Book Chapters:


                          - Semantic Agent Systems: Foundations and


                            Applications


                          - Multicore Hardware-Software Design and


                            Verification Techniques


 


CFP for Journal Special Issues:


                          - Special Issue on Cryptographic Hardware &


                            Embedded Systems


                          - Special Issue on Knowledge Discovery Over


                            Community-Contributed Multimedia Data:


                            Opportunities and Challenge


                          - Special Issue on Hardware Architectures for


                            Genetic, Neural and Fuzzy Systems


                          - Special Issue on Evolutionary Synthesis of


                            Network-on-Chip Based Systems


                          - Special Issue on Localized


                            Algorithms for Information Fusion in


                            Resource-Constrained Networks


                          - Journal of Network & Computer Applications


                          - Springer Transactions on Computational


                            Science(TCS)


                          - Special Issue on Pervasive and Mobile


                            Computing


                          - Journal of Wireless & Mobile Networks


                          - Special Issue on Recent Advances in Analysis


                            and Deployment of IEEE 802.11e and IEEE


                            802.11p Protocol Families


                          - Special Issue on Network-on-Chip


                            Architectures


                            and Design Methodologies


                          - Special Issue on Volunteer Computing and


                            Desktop Grids


                          - ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive


                            Systems


 


IEEE TCSC News and Announcements:


                          - TCSC European Regional Forum


                          - TCSC Technical Area of Green Computing


 


Dissertation Bulletins:


 


Career Opportunities:


 


Bookshelf and Book Announcements:


                          - Autonomic Computing and Networking


                          - Handbook of Research on Scalable Computing


                            Technologies


                          - Handbook of Research on Computational Grid


                            Technologies for Life Sciences, Biomedicine,


and Healthcare


                          - Grid Technology for Maximizing Collaborative


                            Decision Management and Support: Advancing


                            Effective Virtual Organizations


 


Recent TOCs of Journals:


 


                          - Volume 33 Issue 5


                            Journal of Computer Communications


 


                          - Volume 33 Issue 4


                            Journal of Computer Communications


 


                          - Volume 87 Issue 3


                            Journal of Microelectronic Engineering


 


                          - Volume 26 Issue 1


                            Journal of Computer Law & Security Review


 


                          - Volume 54 Issue 2


                            Journal of Computer Networks


 


 


Subscribe, unsubscribe, change address, or for TCSC-digest archives:


                              http://cse.stfx.ca/mailman/listinfo/cse-cfp


 


Submissions for TCSC Digest: Mail to cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


For IEEE TCSC: http://www.ieeetcsc.org/


 


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                                 CFP for Conferences/Workshops


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Subject: CFP: AIAI-2010, Oct. 5-7, 2010, Ayia Napa, Cyprus


From: aiai2010@cs.ucy.ac.cy


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Papers


 


6th IFIP International Conference on Artificial Intelligence


Applications and Innovations (AIAI 2010)


5 - 7 October 2010, Ayia Napa, Cyprus


 


http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/aiai2010


 


Submission Deadline: February 19, 2010


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Subject: CFP: dMEMS-2010, Jun. 28-29, 2010, Besancon, France


From: Julien.Bourgeois@univ-fcomte.fr


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Papers


 


1st Workshop on design, control and software


implementation of distributed MEMS


dMEMS 2010


Besancon, France, June 28-29th 2010.


http://dmems.univ-fcomte.fr


 


Submission deadline: February 22th, 2010


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Subject: CFP: ANT-2010, Jul. 26-28, 2010, Wolfville, Canada


From: elhadi.shakshuki@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Papers


 


The International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and =


Technologies (ANT-2010)


26-28 July, 2010


Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada


http://www.acadiau.ca/ant10/home.php


 


Submission deadline: February 10, 2010


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Subject: CFP: ICPP-2010, Sep. 13-16, 2010, CA, USA


From: cho@cs.pitt.edu


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Papers


 


The 39th International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP)


September 13 ~ 16, 2010, San Diego, CA


 


http://www.cse.ohio-state.edu/icpp2010/


 


Submission deadline: February 24, 2010


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Subject: CFP: UIC-2010, Oct 26-29, 2010, Xian, China


From: robert@grid.chu.edu.tw


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Workshop Proposals


 


UIC 2010 (The 6th International Conference on Ubiquitous


Intelligence Computing)


Place/Date: Xian, China / October 26-29, 2010


Publication: IEEE CS (EI indexed, IEEE Digital library)


Proposal Due: January 31, 2010


Contact: Prof. Robert C. Hsu (chh@chu.edu.tw); Prof. Mieso Denko


(denko@cis.uoguelph.ca)


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Subject: CFP: MTPP-2010, May 17-19, 2010, Vladivostok, Russia


From: robert@grid.chu.edu.tw


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


MTPP 2010 (The 2nd Russia-Taiwan Symposium on Methods and


Tools of Parallel Programming Multicomputers)


Web: http://grid.chu.edu.tw/mtpp2010/


Place/Date: Vladivostok, Russia / May 17-19, 2010


Publication: LNCS, Springer (EI Indexed, DBLP)


Submission Due: March 1, 2010


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Subject: CFP: BodyNets-2010, Sep. 10-12, 2010, Corfu Island, Greece


From: robert@grid.chu.edu.tw


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


BodyNets 2010 (The Fifth International Conference on Body


Area Networks)


Web: http://www.bodynets.org/


Place/Date: Corfu Island, Greece / Spetember 10-12, 2010


Publication: LNICST (EI indexed, DBLP)


Submission Due: March 10, 2010


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Subject: CFP: IDC-2010, Sep. 16-18, 2010, Tangier, Morocco


From: robert@grid.chu.edu.tw


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


4th International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing IDC-2010


September 16-18, 2010, Tangier, Morocco


http://www.ieee.ma/~idc2010/


 


Submission Deadline: April 2, 2010


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Subject: CFP: SH-2010, May 21-23, 2010, Busan, Korea


From: scott_fowler@ymail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


The Fifth International Symposium on Smart Home


In Conjunction with FutureTech 2010. May 21-23, 2010. Busan, Korea


http://www.ftrg.org/sh2010/index.php


 


Submission Deadline:  February 15, 2010


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Subject: CFP: ACMM-2010, Aug 30, 2010, Jeju Island, Korea


From: cinfon@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


The ACM Mobility 2010 conference (http://www.acmmobility2010.org)


Jeju Island, Korea from , 30 August-1 September 2010.


 


Submission Deadline: April 19, 2010


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Subject: CFP: MUE-2010, Jun. 28-30, 2010, San Diego, USA


From: eddie@ee.ryerson.ca


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


4th International Conference on Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering


(MUE 2010)


June 28-30, 2010


San Diego, California, USA


http://www.ftrg.org/mue2010


 


Submission Deadline: May 16, 2010


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Subject: CFP: CIT/ScalCom/ICESS-2010, June 29- July 1, 2010, Bradford, UK


From: tonylixu@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


The 10th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information


Technology (CIT-10), Bradford, UK, 29 June - 1 July, 2010


http://www.scim.brad.ac.uk/~ylwu/CIT2010/


 


The 10th IEEE International Conference on Scalable Computing and


Communications (ScalCom-10), Bradford, UK, 29 June - 1 July,


2010


 


http://www.scim.brad.ac.uk/~ylwu/ScalCom2010/


 


The 7th IEEE International Conference on Embedded Software and Systems


(ICESS-10), Bradford, UK, 29 June - 1 July, 2010


 


http://www.scim.brad.ac.uk/~ylwu/ICESS2010/


 


Submission Deadline: February 8, 2010 ---> Extended to March 05, 2010


 


Distinguished selected papers from the conferences, after further


extensions, will be published in special issues of the following


prestigious Journals indexed by SCI:


 


Journal of Supercomputing, Springer


Journal of Computer and System Sciences, Elsevier


Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, Wiley


Telecommunication Systems, Springer


Future Generation Computer Systems, Elsevier


The Computer Journal, The British Computer Society


Simulation Modeling Practice and Theory, Elsevier


Journal of System Architecture, Elsevier


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Subject: CFP: ScienceCloud-2010, Jun. 21, Chicago, USA


From: iraicu@cs.uchicago.edu


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


The 1st ACM Workshop on Scientific Cloud Computing (ScienceCloud) 2010


http://dsl.cs.uchicago.edu/ScienceCloud2010/


June 21st, 2010


Chicago, Illinois, USA


 


Submission Deadline: February 22, 2010


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Subject: CFP: BADS-2010, Jun 15-19. Washington, USA


From: pruet@eng.cmu.ac.th


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


BADS 2010-2nd Workshop on Bio-Inspired Algorithms for Distributed Systems


(with a special session on the "Self-* and Adaptive Mechanisms" topic of


the ERCIM CoreGRID Working Group)


http://bads.icar.cnr.it


email: bads@icar.cnr.it


Washington, DC, USA, June 2010


In association with ICAC 2010, the 7th IEEE International Conference


on Autonomic Computing (ICAC 2010), Washington, DC, USA, June 15-19,


2010


 


Submission Deadline: February 22, 2010


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Subject: CFP: TSP-2010, Jun. 29 - Jul 1, Bradford, UK


From: gregorio@um.es


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


Third IEEE International Symposium on Trust, Security and Privacy for


Emerging Applications (TSP-10)


 


Organizer: Trusted Computing Institute, Central South University, China


Bradford, UK, 29 June-1 July, 2010


http://trust.csu.edu.cn/conference/tsp2010


To be held in conjunction with


The 10th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information


Technology (CIT 2010)


http://www.scim.brad.ac.uk/~ylwu/CIT2010/


 


Submission Deadline: February 26, 2010


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Subject: CFP: MOBILWARE-2010, Jun. 30, Chicago, USA


From: paolo.bellavista@unibo.it


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


Third International Conference on MOBILe Wireless


MiddleWARE, Operating Systems, and Applications


 


Sponsored by ICST, technically co-sponsored by Create-Net


Proceedings published in the Springer LNICST Series


Chicago, USA, June 30-July 2, 2010 - http://www.mobilware.org


 


Submission Deadline: February 15, 2010


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Subject: CFP: DEXA-2010, Aug.30 - Sep. 3, Bilbao, Spain


From: wkoeppl@faw.at


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


21th International Conference on


Database and Expert Systems Applications


DEXA 2010


http://www.dexa.org


August 30 – September 3, 2010


Bilbao, Spain


 


Submission Deadline: March 7, 2010


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Subject: CFP: ITBAM-2010, Aug.30 - Sep. 3, Bilbao, Spain


From: wkoeppl@faw.at


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


Information Technology in Bio- and Medical Informatics ITBAM´10


(Conference, Workshops, Poster Sessions)


in conjunction with the


21st  DEXA – DEXA’10


http://www.dexa.org


 


Submission Deadline: March 7, 2010


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Subject: CFP: EGOVIS-2010, Aug.30 - Sep. 3, Bilbao, Spain


From: wkoeppl@faw.at


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information


Systems Perspective


EGOVIS 2010


http://www.dexa.org


 


Submission Deadline: March 7, 2010


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Subject: CFP: TrustBus-2010, Aug. 30, 2010, Bilbao, Spain


From: isaac@lcc.uma.es


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


7th International Conference on


TRUST, PRIVACY AND SECURITY IN DIGITAL BUSINESS (TrustBus´10)


Bilbao, Spain


30 August – 3 September 2010


http://www.isac.uma.es/trustbus10


 


Submission Deadline: March 12th, 2010


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Subject: CFP: WiMon/CNSA-2010, Jul. 23-25, 2010, Chennai, India


From: rk.rosey@yahoo.com, rt.reeta@yahoo.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


The Second International Conference on Wireless & Mobile Networks


(WiMoN-2010)


http://www.coneco2009.com/wimon/wimon.html


23 – 25, July, 2010, Chennai, India.


 


The Third International Conference on Network Security & Applications


(CNSA-2010)


http://www.coneco2009.com/cnsa/cnsa.html


23 - 25, July, 2010


Chennai, India.


 


Submission Deadline: February 16, 2010


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Subject: CFP: FMN-2010, Jul. 17-18, 2010, Krakow, Poland


From: scott_fowler@ymail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


3rd International Workshop on


Future Multimedia Networking


http://fmn2010.kt.agh.edu.pl


June 17-18 2010, Krakow, Poland


 


IEEE Technical Sponsorship and in Collaboration with ACM (pending)


Sponsored also by IET and the British Computer Society (pending)


 


Submission Deadline: March 2, 2010


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Subject: CFP: SSS-2010, Sep. 20-22, 2010, New York, USA


From: siona@psu.edu


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


12th International Symposium on Stabilization,


Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems (SSS 2010)


 


http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~dolev/SSS10/


 


New York City, USA


September 20-22, 2010


Davis Auditorium, Columbia University


 


Submission Deadline: May 21, 2010


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Subject: CFP: SCC-2010, Sept., 2010, California, USA


From: ychen@binghamton.edu


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


SCC'2010: The 2nd International Workshop on Security in Cloud Computing,


to beheld in conjunction with the 39th ICPP, at San Diego, California,


USA, in September 2010.


 


http://bingweb.binghamton.edu/~ychen/SCC2010.htm


 


Submission Deadline: May 1, 2010


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Subject: CFP: NPC-2010, Sept. 13-15, 2010, Zhengzhou, China


From: wenbinjiang@hust.edu.cn


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


IFIP


International Conference on Network and Parallel Computing (NPC 2010)


http://grid.hust.edu.cn/npc2010/


Zhengzhou, China, September 13-15 , 2010


 


Submission Deadline: March 15, 2010


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Subject: CFP: ITCS-2010, Aug. 11-13, 2010, Cebu, Philippines


From: wenbinjiang@hust.edu.cn


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


The 2nd International Conference on Information Technology Convergence


and Services (ITCS-10)


http://www.ftrai.org/itcs2010/   (TBA)


Cebu, Philippines, August 11-13, 2010


 


Submission Deadline: March 1, 2010


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Subject: CFP: ChinaGrid-2010, Jul. 16-18, 2010, Guangdong, China


From: wenbinjiang@hust.edu.cn


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


The 5th ChinaGrid Annual Conference (ChinaGrid 2010)


Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, July 16-18, 2010


http://chinagrid2010.sysu.edu.cn/


 


Submission Deadline: February 25, 2010


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Subject: CFP: SenseApp-2010, Oct. 11-14, 2010, Colorado, USA


From: wenbinjiang@hust.edu.cn


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Paper


 


SENSEAPP 2010


5th IEEE International Workshop on Practical Issues in Building Sensor


Network Applications


(in conjunction with IEEE LCN 2010)


Denver, Colorado, USA


11 - 14 October 2010


Web: http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~senseapp


 


Submission Deadline: May 10, 2010


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Subject: CFP: ADMI-10, May 10-11, 2010, Toronto, Canada


From: longbing.cao@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call For Papers to


The Sixth International Workshop on Agents and Data Mining Interaction


(ADMI-10)


MAY 10-14, 2010 Toronto, Canada


http://admi10.agentmining.org/


 


Held in conjunction with  The Ninth International Conference on


Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS2010)


http://www.cse.yorku.ca/AAMAS2010/


 


Important dates:


"      Electronic submission of full papers:   February 20, 2010


"      Notification of paper acceptance:       March 5, 2010


"      Camera-ready copies of accepted papers: March 15, 2010


"      AAMAS-2010 workshop:                    May 10-11, 2010


 


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                                   CFP for Book Chapters


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Subject: CFB: Semantic Agent Systems:  Foundations and Applications


From:  atilla.elci @ emu.edu.tr


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Book Chapters


Semantic Agent Systems:  Foundations and Applications (Edited Book by


Springer-Verlag)


(http://tinyurl.com/CFP-ESAS-BySpringer)


 


Proposal submission:


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We welcome original high quality contributions on the theme of Semantic


Agent Systems along the aspects of foundation, theory, models,


engineering, and applications. Substantially revised and extended


versions of papers presented at conferences and workshops are also


encouraged provided that the new content exceeds 50% of the paper. A


2-page chapter proposal may be uploaded to the submission site


(https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/SASFA2010/) as soon as possible.


Authors will be notified of the outcome within two weeks. Draft and


final chapter proposals of about twenty pages must conform to Springer's


Instructions for Authors


(http://www.springer.com/series/7092?detailsPage=contentItemPage&CIPageCounter=149813).


 


Important Dates:


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2-Page Proposal: Immediate


Guest Editors' Feedback: Within two weeks


Chapter Submission Deadline: March 1, 2010


Completion of First-Round Reviews: April 10, 2010


Revised Chapters Due: April 30, 2010


Final Publication Materials Due: May 20, 2010


 


Contact Details:


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Please address all correspondence regarding this book to the Guest Editors:


 


Atilla Elci


Internet Technologies Research Center


Eastern Mediterranean University


Gazimagusa, North Cyprus


E-mail: atilla.elci @ emu.edu.tr


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Subject: Multicore Hardware-Software Design and Verification Techniques


From: lcs94@cs.ccu.edu.tw


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Call for Book Chapters


 


Multicore Hardware-Software Design and Verification Techniques


http://embedded.cs.ccu.edu.tw/ebook4MC/


 


Chapter submission deadline      March 31, 2010


First notification date (after first round of reviewing)  April 30, 2010


Revised version submission deadline     May 15, 2010


Final notification  May 31, 2010


 


Chapter Format


For more detailed information, please check


http://www.bentham.org/ebooks/eBkAuthGuide.htm


 


Pao-Ann Hsiung,


Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering,


National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan


pahsiung@cs.ccu.edu.tw


pahsiung@gmail.com


http://www.cs.ccu.edu.tw/~pahsiung/


 


Yean-Ru Chen,


Graduate Institute of Electronic Engineering,


National Taiwan University, Taiwan


d95943037@ntu.edu.tw


yeanru@gmail.com


http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~d95943037


 


Chao-Sheng Lin,


Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering,


National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan


lcs94@cs.ccu.edu.tw


http://embedded.cs.ccu.edu.tw/~lcs94/


 


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                                  CFP for Journal Special Issue


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Subject: CFP: Special Issue on Cryptographic Hardware & Embedded Systems


From: nsklavos@ieee.org


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Special Issue on


Cryptographic Hardware & Embedded Systems”


 


Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective”,


The official Journal of (ISC)2, A Taylor & Francis Group Publication


Web: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/1065898X.asp


Manuscript Submission: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/uiss


 


GUEST EDITORS:


 


Dr. Nicolas Sklavos,


 


Informatics & MM Dept,


Technological Educational Institute of Patras, HELLAS


 


E-mail: nsklavos@ieee.org


Web: www.nsklavos.gr


 


Ralph Spencer Poore, CFE, CISA, CISSP, CHS-III, CTGA, QSA


Cryptographic Assurance Services LLC,USA


 


E-mail: rspoore@ralph-s-poore.com


Web:  www.cryptographicassuranceservices.com


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Subject: CFP: Special Issue on Knowledge Discovery Over


Community-Contributed Multimedia Data: Opportunities and Challenge


From: winston@csie.ntu.edu.tw


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


IEEE Multimedia Magazine


Special Issue on Knowledge Discovery Over Community-Contributed


Multimedia Data: Opportunities and Challenges


 


IEEE Multimedia Magazine


Special Issue on


Knowledge Discovery Over Community-Contributed Multimedia Data:


Opportunities and Challenges


http://www.csie.ntu.edu.tw/~winston/doc/MM10.KnowledgeDiscovery.CFP.pdf


 


 


The explosive growth of digital photos and videos; the prevalence of


capture devices; and the advent of media-sharing services, such as


Flickr and YouTube, have drastically increased the volume of


community-contributed multimedia resources. Billions of photos,


videos, and music shared on Web sites profoundly impact human society


and pose a new challenge for designing efficient indexing, search,


mining, and visualization methods for manipulating such largescale


media. Besides plain visual or audio signals, social media are


augmented with rich context—such as user-provided tags, comments,


geolocations, time, and device metadata—benefiting a wide variety of


potential applications such as annotation, search, recommendation,


advertising, and visualization.


 


Submission Procedures and Guidelines:


 


Submit your paper at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/cs-ieee. When


uploading your paper, please select the appropriate special issue


title under the category "Manuscript Type." If you have any


questions


regarding the submission system, please contact Kristen Jarboe at


mm-ma@computer.org. All submissions will undergo a peer review by at


least two expert reviewers to ensure a high standard of quality.


Referees will consider originality, significance, technical soundness,


clarity of exposition, and relevance to the special issue topics.


Papers must stay within the following limits: 6,500 words maximum, 12


total combined figures and tables with each figure counting as 200


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Subject: CFP: Special Issue on Hardware Architectures for Genetic,


Neural and Fuzzy Systems


From: nadia@eng.uerj.br


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Special Issue on:


Hardware Architectures for Genetic, Neural and Fuzzy Systems


 


Genetic Algorithms (GA), Artificial Neural Networks (ANN) as well as


Fuzzy Systems (FS) are becoming omnipresent in almost every intelligent


system design. Just to name few, engineering, control, economics and


forecasting are some of the scientific fields that enjoy the use of ANN


and FS. Unfortunately, the majority of the applications is complex and


so requires a large computational effort to yield useful and practical


results. Therefore, dedicated hardware for evolutionary, neural and


fuzzy computation is becoming a key issue for designers. With the spread


of reconfigurable hardware such as FPGAs and FPAAs, digital as well as


analog hardware implementations of such computation become cost-effective.


 


http://www.worldscinet.com/jcsc/mkt/callforpapers_details.shtml


 


Guest Editors:


 


Nadia Nedjah, nadia@eng.uerj.br


Dept. of Electronics Engineering Telecommunications


Faculty of Engineering, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


http://www.eng.uerj.br/~nadia/english.html


 


Hamid Bouchachia, hamid@isys.uni-klu.ac.at


Dept. of Informatics and System


University of Klagenfurt, Austria


http://www.isys.uni-klu.ac.at/private/hamid/pub_HomePage.html


 


Luiza de Macedo Mourelle, ldmm@eng.uerj.br


Dept. of Systems Engineering Computation, Faculty of Engineering


State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


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Subject: CFP: Special Issue on Evolutionary Synthesis of Network-on-Chip


Based Systems


From: nadia@eng.uerj.br


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Special Issue on:


Evolutionary Synthesis of Network-on-Chip Based Systems


 


Network-on-Chip (NoC) is an emerging paradigm for communications within


large VLSI systems implemented on a single silicon chip. IT is used as a


new approach to designing complex System-on-a-chip (SoCs) design.


NoC-based systems can accommodate multiple complex SoC designs. In a


NoC-based system, modules such as processor cores, memories and


specialized IP blocks exchange data using a on-chip network. A NoC is


constructed from multiple point-topoint data links interconnected by


switches also called routers, such that messages can be relayed from any


source module to any destination module over several links, by making


routing decisions at the switches. VLSI designers of NoC-based systems


face several problems, among which we can cite, for instance, planning


the architecture that is most suitable to a given application is order


to improve performance and mapping the sub-systems that form the


application into the multiple tiles of the NoC infra-structure.


Evolutionary computation can be used as a very robust tool to bring some


answers to this kind of design problems.


 


http://icais09.uni-klu.ac.at/SpecialIssueProposal-NoC-IJE.pdf


 


Guest Editors:


 


Nadia Nedjah, nadia@eng.uerj.br


Dept. of Electronics Engineering Telecommunications


Faculty of Engineering, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


http://www.eng.uerj.br/~nadia/english.html


 


Luiza de Macedo Mourelle, ldmm@eng.uerj.br


Dept. of Systems Engineering Computation, Faculty of Engineering


State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


http://www.eng.uerj.br/~ldmm


 


Hamid Bouchachia, hamid@isys.uni-klu.ac.at


Dept. of Informatics and System


University of Klagenfurt, Austria


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Subject: CFP: Special Issue on Localized Algorithms for Information


Fusion in Resource-Constrained Networks


From: efnaka@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Elsevier's Information Fusion Journal, Special Issue on Localized


Algorithms for Information Fusion in Resource-Constrained Networks


 


The Information Fusion Journal (IFJ), an Elsevier publication (JCR


2008: 2.057), is planning a special issue devoted to Localized


Algorithms for Information Fusion in Resource-Constrained Networks.


Resource-Constrained Networks (RCNs) include a wide variety of


networks in which resources – such as processing, communication, and


energy –  are limited. Examples of RCNs include ad hoc networks,


sensor networks, mobile networks, and pervasive systems.  In RCNs, the


tradeoff between data quality and resource usage (especially energy)


is a major concern. In this case, Localized Algorithms and Information


Fusion are particularly interesting for RCNs, since the development of


efficient practical solutions and algorithms is possibly the most


challenging task for such networks. On one hand, Localized Algorithms


are special distributed algorithms in which only a subset of nodes


partakes in the network tasks, such as data acquisition, processing,


and communication. On the other hand, Information Fusion is often used


for improving the quality of data being transmitted in these networks.


Thus, Localized Algorithms for Information Fusion must deal with the


challenge of working with partial views, or incomplete data, to


provide accurate results at reduced cost.


 


For more information click on:


http://www.elsevierscitech.com/lmfile/otherformat/IFJ-CFP-RCN-Final.pdf


 


Submission Deadline: February 28, 2010


 


Guest Editors


 


Dr. Eduardo F. Nakamura


Center of Analysis, Research, and Technological


Innovation, FUCAPI, Brazil


E-mail: eduardo.nakamura@fucapi.br


URL: http://www.nakamura.eti.br/eduardo


 


Dr. Antonio A. F. Loureiro


Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil


E-mail: loureiro@dcc.ufmg.br


URL: http://www.dcc.ufmg.br/~lo


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Subject: CFP: Journal of Network & Computer Applications


From: K.Jopling@elsevier.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Journal of Network & Computer Applications


 


Special issue: Dependable Multimedia Communications: Systems, Services,


and Applications


 


Guest Editors: Prof. Han-Chieh Chao, Prof. Jean-Pierre Seifert, Dr.


Shiguo Lian, Dr. Liang Zhou


 


Submission deadline: March 1, 2010


 


Website: http://www.elsevier.com/framework_products/promis_misc/CFP_JNCA.pdf


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Subject: CFP: Springer Transactions on Computational Science (TCS)


From: phanvc@ieee.org


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Special Issue Title:


Advances in Autonomic Computing:


Formal Engineering Methods for Nature-Inspired Computing Systems.


Link:


http://www.springer.com/cda/content/document/cda_downloaddocument/Transactions+on+CS+-+CfP+Special+Issue+Advances+in+Autonomic+Computing.pdf?SGWID=0-0-45-808899-0


 


 


Guest Editor:


Dr. Phan Cong-Vinh


Centre for Applied Formal Methods


London South Bank University, United Kingdom


URL: http://phanvc.googlepages.com/


 


Important Dates:


Papers Submission Deadline: March 15, 2010


Acceptance Notification: June 15, 2010 (*)


Final Papers Due: July 30, 2010


Expected Publication: Winter 2010


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Subject: CFP: Special Issue on Pervasive and Mobile Computing


From: K.Jopling@elsevier.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Special issue: Qos and Service Provisioning for Integrated Wireless Networks


Guest Editors: Dr. Ioannis E. Anagnostopoulos, Assist. Prof. Ilenia


Tinnirello, Prof. Christos Douligeris


Submission deadline: March 1, 2010


Website:


http://www.elsevier.com/framework_products/promis_misc/SI_QoS_integrarted_wireless.pdf


 


Special issue: Knowledge-Driven Activity Recognition in Intelligent


Environments


Guest Editors: Liming Chen, Chris Nugent, Diane Cook, Zhiwen Yu


Submission deadline: 28-Feb-2010


Website:


http://www.elsevier.com/framework_products/promis_misc/pmc_si_kdar_.pdf


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Subject: CFP: Journal of Telecommunications Management


From: cinfon@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Mobility Management and Security Issues for Mobile Wireless Networks


Special Issue for “Journal of Telecommunications Management”


 


http://www.henrystewart.com/jtm/


 


 


IMPORTANT DATES


Oct 31, 2010, Submission deadline


Dec 1, 2010, Notification of acceptance


Feb 1, 2011, Final manuscript


 


 


Submission Instruction:


Submitted papers should not have been previously published nor be


currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. (N.B.


Conference papers may only be submitted if the paper was not originally


copyrighted and if it has been completely re-written). All papers are


refereed through a double-blind review process. A guide for authors,


sample copies and other relevant information for submitting papers are


available on the Author Guidelines page.


http://www.henrystewart.com/jtm/instructions_for_authors.html


Distinguished papers accepted and presented at ACM Mobility 2010


workshops, after further revisions, will also be included in the issue.


You may send one copy in the form of a PDF file attached to an e-mail to


the following: Dr. Lei Shu, E-mail: lei.shu@ieee.org


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Subject: CFP: Recent advances in analysis and deployment of IEEE 802.11e


and IEEE 802.11p protocol families


From: K.Jopling@elsevier.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Ad Hoc Networks


 


Special issue: Recent advances in analysis and deployment of IEEE


802.11e and IEEE802.11p protocol families


 


Guest Editors: Jelena Mišić, Vojislav B. Mišić


Submission deadline: April 4, 2010


Website: http://www.elsevierscitech.com/pdfs/siCFP_adhoc.pdf


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Subject: CFP: Special Issue on Network-on-Chip Architectures and Design


Methodologies


From: K.Jopling@elsevier.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Microprocessors and Microsystems - Embedded Hardware Design


Special issue: Network-on-Chip Architectures and Design Methodologies


Guest Editors: Maurizio Palesi, Shashi Kumar, Radu Marculescu


Submission deadline: March 12, 2010


 


Website:


http://www.elsevier.com/framework_products/promis_misc/cfp_nocadm0110.pdf


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Subject: CFP: Special Issue on Volunteer Computing and Desktop Grids


Future Generation Computer Systems


From: javadi@imag.fr


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


http://pcgrid.imag.fr


 


The Elsevier Science's Journal Future Generation Computer Systems


with the subtitle: "The International Journal of Grid Computing:


Theory, Methods and Application" will publish a special issue on


Volunteer Computing and Desktop Grids. Desktop grids and volunteer


computing systems (DGVCS's) utilize the free resources available in


Intranet or Internet environments for supporting large-scale computation


and storage. For over a decade, DGVCS's have been one of the largest


and most powerful distributed computing systems in the world, offering


a high return on investment for applications from a wide range of scientific


domains (including computational biology, climate prediction, and


high-energy


physics). While DGVCS's sustain up to PetaFLOPS of computing power from


hundreds of thousands to millions of resources, fully leveraging the


platform's computational power is still a major challenge because of


the immense scale, high volatility, and extreme heterogeneity of such


systems.


The purpose of this special issue is to focus on recent advances in the


development ofscalable, fault-tolerant, and secure DGVCS's.


 


Submission Deadline


***************************


30 May 2010


Early submission encouraged


 


Special Issue Editors


***************************


Derrick Kondo


INRIA, France


Email: derrick.kondo :: inria.fr


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Subject: CFP: ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems


Special Issue on Formal Methods for Pervasive, Self-Adaptive, and


Context-Aware Systems


From: antonio.coronato@na.icar.cnr.it


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


CALL FOR PAPERS


 


Aims and Scope


 


Pervasive, self-adaptive and context-aware systems are increasingly


realized for safety-critical domains that include healthcare, emergency


scenarios, and disaster recovery. These domains present new challenges


that include expressing, verifying and validating requirements and


ensuring functional correctness. Formal methods are one approach to


address these challenges. Pervasive, self-adaptive and context-aware


systems add additional concerns to classical safety-critical


applications and require rethinking how to apply well-established formal


methods. Examples of these approaches include state-action models (e.g.,


labeled transition system, timed automata, and Petri nets) or process


models (e.g., pi-calculus). Alternatively, semi-formal methods like


ontologies or UML, a common specification language for the describing


software models, model knowledge for context-aware applications. Both


formal and semi-formal methods have their advantages and disadvantages.


This special issue will address the state of the art: the research


challenges, and the available methods, methodologies and tools to


specify, validate, and verify pervasive, self-adaptive and context-aware


systems.


 


Submission Guidelines


 


Papers should be up to 20 pages (appendixes are not included into the


overall count of pages), formatted according to the guidelines provided


at the ACM TAAS Web site (http <http://taas.acm.org/>://


<http://taas.acm.org/>taas.acm.org/ <http://taas.acm.org/>) and


submitted via the TAAS manuscript central systems at http://


<http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/taas>mc.manuscriptcentral.com/taas


<http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/taas>


 


_Please __make explicit in the cover page that your paper is intended as


a submission to the special __issue on __Formal Methods for Pervasive,


Self-Adaptive, and Context-Aware Systems_.


 


Important Dates


Submission deadline: 1st May 2010


 


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                                IEEE TCSC News and Announcements


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Subject: TCSC European Regional Forum


From: salvatore.venticinque@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


The new address of TCSC European Regional Forum is:


http://tcsc.unina2.it


 


The primary aim of the European Regional forums is to create a Technical


Resource Center that maintain listing of projects/activities happening


in TCSC areas of interest. This helps in making regional activities


 


1. gain global visibility and


2. provides opportunity for global researchers to connect


themselves to regional activities.


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Subject: The IEEE TCSC Technical Area of Green Computing


From: lizhe.wang@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


I'm happily announce that we recently inaugurate the technical area of Green


Computing in the IEEE Technical Committee of Scalable Computing


(TCSC).  Please visit the Web site:


http://sites.google.com/site/greencomputingproject


as well as http://www.ieeetcsc.org/technical_areas.html


 


you are also welcome to join the discussion forum:


http://groups.google.com/group/GreenComp


and the mail list:GreenComp@@googlegroups.com


 


To join the mail list you can simply send an email to Lizhe.Wang@gmail.com


or go to http://groups.google.com/group/GreenComp and join it by


clicking the link on the right site "Join this group".


 


Thanks for your support.


 


--


Lizhe Wang, Ph.D.


http://sites.google.com/site/lizhewang/


 


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                                 Career Opportunities


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                              Bookshelf and Book Announcements


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Subject: Autonomic Computing and Networking


From: mieso08@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Autonomic Computing and Networking


Denko, Mieso K.; Yang, Laurence T. Yang; Zhang, Yan (Eds.)


2009, XII, 452 p. 75 illus., Hardcover


ISBN: 978-0-387-89827-8


http://www.springer.com/engineering/signals/book/978-0-387-89827-8


 


Autonomic Computing and Networking serves as a technical guide and


reference material for engineers, scientists, practitioners, and


researchers by providing them with state-of-the-art research activities


and future opportunities and trends. The contributions made by prominent


researchers from academia and industry include state-of-the-art


architectures, protocols, technologies, and applications in pervasive


computing and wireless networking. In particular, the book covers


existing and emerging communications and computing models, design


architectures, mobile and wireless applications, technology and research


issues in autonomic computing systems and communications.


 


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Subject: Handbook of Research on Scalable Computing Technologies


From: kuancli@gmail.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Edited by: Kuan-Ching Li, Providence University, Taiwan;


Ching-Hsien Hsu, Chung Hua University, Taiwan; Laurence


T. Yang, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada; Jack


Dongarra, University of Tennessee, USA; and Hans Zima,


University of Vienna, Austria


13-digit ISBN: 978-1-60566-661-7


www.info-sci-ref.com


 


The Handbook of Research on Scalable Computing Technologies


presents ideas, results, and experiences in significant advancements and


future challenges of enabling technologies. A defining body of research


on topics such as service-oriented computing, data-intensive computing,


and cluster and grid computing, this Handbook of Research contains


valuable findings for those involved with developing programming tools


and environments in computing as well as those in related upper-level


undergraduate and graduate courses.


 


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Subject: Grid Technology for Maximizing Collaborative Decision


Management and Support: Advancing Effective Virtual Organizations


From: dbworld_owner@yahoo.com


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


Grid Technology for Maximizing Collaborative Decision Management and


Support: Advancing Effective Virtual Organizations


 


Release details and information are available from:


http://www.igi-global.com/reference/details.asp?ID=34273


http://www.beds.ac.uk/departments/computing/staff/nik-bessis/chapter-call


 


Editor: Dr Nik BESSIS, University of Bedfordshire, UK


 


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Subject: Handbook of Research on Computational Grid Technologies for


Life Sciences, Biomedicine, and Healthcares


From: cannataro@unicz.it


To: cse-cfp@cse.stfx.ca


 


New book release


Handbook of Research on Computational Grid Technologies for Life Sciences,


Biomedicine, and Healthcare


ISBN: 978-1-60566-374-6; 1,050 pp; May 2009


Published under Medical Information Science Reference an imprint of IGI


Global


http://www.igi-global.com/reference/details.asp?id=34292


 


Edited by: Mario Cannataro, University Magna Graecia of Catanzaro, Italy


 


The Handbook of Research on Computational Grid Technologies for Life


Sciences, Biomedicine, and Healthcare brings together state-of-the art


methodologies and developments of grid technologies applied in different


fields of life sciences. This Handbook of Research considers the use of


grid technologies to support research and application of each


information level where life science research takes place - a useful


reference source for academicians, medical practitioners, and


researchers involved in all areas of healthcare technologies.


 


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                                Recent TOCs of Journals


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Volume 33 Issue 5, 2010,  Pages 533-654 (15 March 2010)


Journal of Computer Communications


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5624-2010-999669994-1642133


 


1. IFC - Editorial Board


Page IFC


2. Passive internet measurement: Overview and guidelines based on


experiences


Pages 533-550


Wolfgang John, Sven Tafvelin, Tomas Olovsson


3. A review of DoS attack models for 3G cellular networks from a


system-design perspective


Pages 551-558


Fabio Ricciato, Angelo Coluccia, Alessandro D’Alconzo


4. Adjustable convergecast tree protocol for wireless sensor networks


Pages 559-570


Tzung-Shi Chen, Hua-Wen Tsai, Chih-Ping Chu


5. QoE oriented cross-layer design of a resource allocation algorithm in


beyond 3G systems


Pages 571-582


Pablo Ameigeiras, Juan J. Ramos-Munoz, Jorge Navarro-Ortiz, Preben


Mogensen, Juan M. Lopez-Soler


6. A callback mechanism for Private Telecommunications Networks


Pages 583-588


Ming-Feng Chang, Fang-Sun Lu, Chung-Yung Chia


7. Performance evaluation of a new QoS packet-scheduler for VoIP service


in IEEE 802.16-based WMAN systems


Pages 589-594


Jaeshin Jang, Sang Wu Kim, Jong-Hyup Lee


8. Nearly optimal power saving policies for mobile stations in wireless


networks


Pages 595-602


J. Almhana, Z. Liu, R. McGorman


9. Spare capacity reprovisioning for high availability shared backup


path protection connections


Pages 603-611


Qi Guo, Pin-Han Ho, Hsiang-Fu Yu, Janos Tapolcai, Hussein T. Mouftah


10. Simulating a Poisson cluster process for Internet traffic packet


arrivals


Pages 612-618


Bárbara González-Arévalo, Julie Roy


11. Military tactics in agent-based sinkhole attack detection for


wireless ad hoc networks


Pages 619-638


Stefan K. Stafrace, Nick Antonopoulos


12. An energy-efficient data gathering algorithm to prolong lifetime of


wireless sensor networks


Pages 639-647


Yi-hua Zhu, Wan-deng Wu, Jian Pan, Yi-ping Tang


13. Optimal frame size analysis for framed slotted ALOHA based RFID networks


Pages 648-653


Zornitza Genova Prodanoff


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Volume 33 Issue 4, 2010, Pages 409-532 (1 March 2010)


Journal of Computer Communications


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5624-2010-999669995-1610104


 


1. Inside Front Cover - Editorial Board


Page IFC


2. Improving network lifetime with mobile wireless sensor networks


Pages 409-419


Yinying Yang, Mirela I. Fonoage, Mihaela Cardei


3. Survey on anonymous communications in computer networks


Pages 420-431


Jian Ren, Jie Wu


4. Planning roadside infrastructure for information dissemination in


intelligent transportation systems


Pages 432-442


O. Trullols, M. Fiore, C. Casetti, C.F. Chiasserini, J.M. Barcelo Ordinas


5. A resequencing model for high-speed packet-switching networks


Pages 443-453


Ka-Cheong Leung, Victor O.K. Li


6. The room shortage problem of tree-based ZigBee/IEEE 802.15.4 wireless


networks


Pages 454-462


Li-Hsing Yen, Wei-Ting Tsai


7. Novel dynamic delay allocation adjustment for improving bandwidth


efficiency


Pages 463-476


Yingfei Dong, Xiaojiang Liu


8. An efficient network intrusion detection


Pages 477-484


Chia-Mei Chen, Ya-Lin Chen, Hsiao-Chung Lin


9. Analytical characterization of failure recovery in REAP


Pages 485-499


A. de la Oliva, I. Soto, A. García-Martínez, M. Bagnulo, A. Azcorra


10. Use of aerial platforms for energy efficient medium access control


in wireless sensor networks


Pages 500-512


Paul Daniel Mitchell, Jian Qiu, Hengguang Li, David Grace


11. Generalized stochastic performance models for loss-based congestion


control


Pages 513-525


Michele C. Weigle, Li Cheng, Jasleen Kaur, V. Kulkarni


12. Bandwidth allocation with a particle swarm meta-heuristic for


ethernet passive optical networks


Pages 526-531


Un Gi Joo, Alice E. Smith


 


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Volume 87 Issue 3, 2010, Pages 243-532 (March 2010)


Journal of Microelectronic Engineering


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5657-2010-999129996-1623093


 


1. Inside Front Cover - Editorial Board


Page IFC


2. Preface


Pages 243-244


Bernard Chenevier, Alexis Farcy, Sylvain Maîtrejean


3. Nickel silicide encroachment formation and characterization


Pages 245-248


B. Imbert, R. Pantel, S. Zoll, M. Gregoire, R. Beneyton, S. del Medico,


O. Thomas


4. Evaluation of a novel unfluorinated copper precursor for chemical


vapor deposition


Pages 249-253


Haizheng Song, John A.T. Norman, Yukihiro Shimogaki


5. Microstructure in copper interconnects – Influence of plating


additive concentration


Pages 254-257


Jürgen Neuner, Inka Zienert, Anita Peeva, Axel Preuße, Peter Kücher,


Johann W. Bartha


6. In situ X-ray diffraction study of thin film Ir/Si solid state reactions


Pages 258-262


W. Knaepen, J. Demeulemeester, D. Deduytsche, J.L. Jordan-Sweet, A.


Vantomme, R.L. Van Meirhaeghe, C. Detavernier, C. Lavoie


7. Measurement of As diffusivity in Ni2Si thin films


Pages 263-266


I. Blum, A. Portavoce, D. Mangelinck, R. Daineche, K. Hoummada, J.L.


Lábár, V. Carron, J. Bernardini


8. Boron redistribution during reactive diffusion in Ni–Si contacts


Pages 271-273


O. Cojocaru-Mirédin, C. Perrin-Pellegrino, D. Mangelinck, D. Blavette


9. Role of titanium in Ti/Ni ohmic contact on n-type 6H-SiC


Pages 274-277


Petr Macháč, Bohumil Barda, Marie Kudrnová


10. Characterization of the annealing impact on La2O3/HfO2 and


HfO2/La2O3 stacks for MOS applications


Pages 278-281


D. Rébiscoul, S. Favier, J-P. Barnes, J.W. Maes, F. Martin


11. In situ study of the formation of silicide phases in amorphous Co–Si


mixed layers


Pages 282-285


C. Van Bockstael, K. De Keyser, J. Demeulemeester, A. Vantomme, R.L. Van


Meirhaeghe, C. Detavernier, J.L. Jordan-Sweet, C. Lavoie


12. Nickel silicide formation by electroless technique for ULSI technology


Pages 286-289


Anuj Kumar, Mukesh Kumar, Amanpal Singh, Satinder Kumar, Dinesh Kumar


13. Rare earth-based high-k materials for non-volatile memory applications


Pages 290-293


M. Alessandri, A. Del Vitto, R. Piagge, A. Sebastiani, C. Scozzari, C.


Wiemer, L. Lamagna, M. Perego, G. Ghidini, M. Fanciulli


14. Amorphous-fcc transition in Ge2Sb2Te5


Pages 294-300


S. Lombardo, E. Rimini, M.G. Grimaldi, S. Privitera


15. Wideband frequency and in situ characterization of ultra thin ZrO2


and HfO2 films for integrated MIM capacitors


Pages 301-305


T. Bertaud, C. Bermond, T. Lacrevaz, C. Vallée, Y. Morand, B. Fléchet,


A. Farcy, M. Gros-Jean, S. Blonkowski


16. Electrical demonstration of thermally stable Ni silicides on Si1−xCx


epitaxial layers


Pages 306-310


17. Variation in process conditions of porogen-based low-k films: A


method to improve performance without changing existing process steps in


a sub-100 nm Cu damascene integration route


Pages 311-315


D. De Roest, Y. Travaly, J. Beynet, H. Sprey, J. Labat, C. Huffman, P.


Verdonck, S. Kaneko, K. Matsushita, N. Kobayashi, G. Beyer


18. 32 nm node BEOL integration with an extreme low-k porous SiOCH


dielectric k = 2.3


Pages 316-320K. Hamioud, V. Arnal, A. Farcy, V. Jousseaume, A. Zenasni,


B. Icard, J. Pradelles, S. Manakli, Ph. Brun, G. Imbert, C. Jayet, M.


Assous, S. Maitrejean, D. Galpin, C. Monget, J. Guillan, S. Chhun, E.


Richard, D.


Barbier, M. Haond


19. Performance predictions of interconnect networks for advanced


technology nodes


Pages 321-323


M. Gallitre, A. Farcy, B. Blampey, C. Bermond, B. Fléchet, P. Ancey


20. Behaviour of CPW and TFMS lines at high temperature for RF


applications in sub-45 nm nodes


Pages 324-328


C. Roda Neve, A. Farcy, M. Gallitre, B. Blampey, P. Meuris, L. Arnaud,


J.-P. Raskin


21. Microwave characterization of porous SiOCH permittivity after


integration dedicated to the 32 nm node


Pages 329-332


B. Blampey, M. Gallitre, A. Farcy, T. Lacrevaz, S. De Rivaz, C. Bermond,


B. Fléchet, V. Jousseaume, A. Zenasni, P. Ancey


22. Impact of the CMP process on the electrical properties of ultra low


k porous SiOCH


Pages 333-336


C. Dubois, A. Sylvestre, H. Chaabouni, A. Farcy


23. Analysis of the impact of different additives during etch processes


of dense and porous low-k with OES and QMS


Pages 337-342


S. Zimmermann, N. Ahner, F. Blaschta, M. Schaller, H. Rülke, S.E.


Schulz, T. Gessner


24. Stabilization of sheet resistance for metal lines by formation of


etch stop layer (ESL) trench structure


Pages 343-347


Dong-You Choi, Seung-Jo Han, Nam-Hoon Kim, Sang-Yong Kim


25. Reliability of copper low-k interconnects


Pages 348-354


Zsolt Tőkei, Kristof Croes, Gerald P. Beyer


26. Analysis of electromigration induced early failures in Cu


interconnects for 45 nm node


Pages 355-360


L. Arnaud, F. Cacho, L. Doyen, F. Terrier, D. Galpin, C. Monget


27. Post Si(C)N hillock nucleation and growth in IC copper lines


controlled by diffusional creep


Pages 361-364


A. Timma, P. Caubet, B. Chenevier, O. Thomas, B. Kaouache, L. Dumas, P.


Normandon, J.C. Giraudin


28. Thermal and Electrical Properties of PVD Ru(P) Film as Cu Diffusion


Barrier


Pages 365-369


Dung-Ching Perng, Kuo-Chung Hsu, Shuo-Wen Tsai, Jia-Bin Yeh


29. Effect of fluorine contamination on barrier metal oxidation


Pages 370-372


S. Ozaki, Y. Nakata, Y. Kobayashi, T. Nakamura, Y. Iba, S. Fukuyama, H.


Watatani, Y. Ohkura


30. Atomic layer deposition of tantalum oxide thin films for their use


as diffusion barriers in microelectronic devices


Pages 373-378


A. Lintanf-Salaün, A. Mantoux, E. Djurado, E. Blanquet


31. Characterization of direct patterned Ag circuits for RF application


Pages 379-382


Jong-Woong Kim, Young-Chul Lee, Jong-Min Kim, Wansoo Nah, Hyo-Soo Lee,


Hyuk-Chon Kwon, Seung-Boo Jung


32. Grain morphology of Cu damascene lines


Pages 383-386


Stefan Brandstetter, Vincent Carreau, Sylvain Maîtrejean, Marc Verdier,


Marc Legros


33. Deposition and characterization of electroless Ni–Co–P alloy for


diffusion barrier applications


Pages 387-390


Anuj Kumar, Mukesh Kumar, Dinesh Kumar


34. The self-formation graded diffusion barrier of Zr/ZrN


Pages 391-393


Z.X. Song, J.A. Wang, Y.H. Li, F. Ma, K.W. Xu, S.W. Guo


35. X-ray microbeam strain investigation on Cu–MEMS structures


Pages 394-397


Olivier Perroud, Renaud Vayrette, Christian Rivero, Olivier Thomas,


Jean-Sébastien Micha, Olivier Ulrich


36. In situ X-ray diffraction study of self-forming barriers from a


Cu–Mn alloy in 100 nm Cu/low-k damascene interconnects using synchrotron


radiation


Pages 398-401


Christopher J. Wilson, Henny Volders, Kristof Croes, Marianna


Pantouvaki, Gerald P. Beyer, Alton B. Horsfall, Anthony G. O’Neill,


Zsolt Tőkei


37. Electrical resistivity calculations for copper nanointerconnect


Pages 402-405


Zhaoxiang Zong, Saeideh Mohammadzadeh, Yongfeng Cao, Zhijun Qiu, Ran


Liu, Reinhard Streiter, Thomas Gessner


38. An innovative NEMS pressure sensor approach based on heterostructure


nanowire


Pages 406-411


X. Xu, B. Bercu, F. Lime, L. Montès


39. Residual stress estimation in damascene copper interconnects using


embedded sensors


Pages 412-415


R. Vayrette, C. Rivero, B. Gros, S. Blayac, K. Inal


40. Mapping of elastic modulus at sub-micrometer scale with acoustic


contact resonance AFM


Pages 416-420


F. Mège, F. Volpi, M. Verdier


41. Characterization and impact of reduced copper plating overburden on


45 nm interconnect performances


Pages 421-425


O. Dubreuil, V. Caubet-Hilloutou, J. Guillan, K. Haxaire, M. Mellier, P.


Caubet, P. Vannier, E. Petitprez, D. Bellet, Ph. Normandon


42. Plastic deformation in bi-metal multilayer nanowires


Pages 426-429


Fei Ma, Zhong-Xiao Song, Yan-Huai Li, Ke-Wei Xu


43. Morphological and electrical characterization of SixCryCzBv thin films


Pages 430-433


S. Privitera, F. Wang, C. Niu, P. Dumont-Girard, H. Ding, K. Liu, R.


Modica, C. Bongiorno


44. Aerosol-jet-printed, high-speed, flexible thin-film transistor made


using single-walled carbon nanotube solution


Pages 434-437


Carissa S. Jones, Xuejun Lu, Mike Renn, Mike Stroder, Wu-Sheng Shih


45. Carbon nanotubes for nanoscale low temperature flip chip connections


Pages 438-442


Sascha Hermann, Barbara Pahl, Ramona Ecke, Stefan E. Schulz, Thomas Gessner


46. Thin titanium oxide films deposited by e-beam evaporation with


additional rapid thermal oxidation and annealing for ISFET applications


Pages 443-446


A.D. Barros, K.F. Albertin, J. Miyoshi, I. Doi, J.A. Diniz


47. The deposition of nanocrystalline TiO2 thin film on silicon using


Sol–Gel technique and its characterization


Pages 447-450


Mukesh Kumar, Mukesh Kumar, Dinesh Kumar


48. Mechanism of porous low-k film damage induced by plasma etching radicals


Pages 451-456


Y. Iba, S. Ozaki, M. Sasaki, Y. Kobayashi, T. Kirimura, Y. Nakata


49. Investigation of physical and chemical property changes of ultra


low-κ SiOCH in aspect of cleaning and chemical repair processes


Pages 457-461


Thomas Oszinda, Matthias Schaller, Daniel Fischer, Christine Walsh,


Stefan E. Schulz


50. Effect of top power on a low-k film during oxygen strip in a TCP


etch chamber


Pages 462-465


E. Kunnen, T.V. Rakhimova, D. Shamiryan, H. Struyf, W. Boullart, M.R.


Baklanov


51. Mechanical properties of a plasma-modified porous low-k material


Pages 466-469


L. Broussous, G. Berthout, D. Rébiscoul, V. Rouessac, A. Ayral


52. Through silicon via: From the CMOS imager sensor wafer level package


to the 3D integration


Pages 470-476


Xavier Gagnard, Thierry Mourier


53. Physics of direct bonding: Applications to 3D heterogeneous or


monolithic integration


Pages 477-484


Pierric Gueguen, Caroline Ventosa, Léa Di Cioccio, Hubert Moriceau,


François Grossi, Maurice Rivoire, Patrick Leduc, Laurent Clavelier


54. Thinned wafer multi-stack 3DI technology


Pages 485-490


Takayuki Ohba, Nobuhide Maeda, Hideki Kitada, Koji Fujimoto, Kousuke


Suzuki, Tomoji Nakamura, Akihito Kawai, Kazuhisa Arai


55. RF characterization and modelling of high density Through Silicon


Vias for 3D chip stacking


Pages 491-495


L. Cadix, C. Bermond, C. Fuchs, A. Farcy, P. Leduc, L. DiCioccio, M.


Assous, M. Rousseau, F. Lorut, L.L. Chapelon, B. Flechet, N. Sillon, P.


Ancey


56. Investigation of the delamination mechanism of the thin film


dielectric structure in flip chip packages


Pages 496-500


C.C. Chiu, C.J. Huang, S.Y. Yang, C.C. Lee, K.N. Chiang


57. Studies on aluminium corrosion during and after HF vapour treatment


Pages 501-504


Heini Ritala, Jyrki Kiihamäki, Mikko Heikkilä


58. Strength evaluation of silicon die for 3D chip stacking packages


using ABF as dielectric and barrier layer in through-silicon via


Pages 505-509


C.J. Wu, M.C. Hsieh, K.N. Chiang


59. Bottom-up copper electroplating using transfer wafers for


fabrication of high aspect-ratio through-silicon-vias


Pages 510-513


Chongshen Song, Zheyao Wang, Litian Liu


60. Bottom-up filling optimization for efficient TSV metallization


Pages 514-516


Elise Delbos, Laurent Omnès, Arnaud Etcheberry


61. Effect of multiple reflows on interfacial reaction and shear


strength of Sn–Ag electroplated solder bumps for flip chip package


Pages 517-521


Sang-Su Ha, Jin-Kyu Jang, Sang-Ok Ha, Jeong-Won Yoon, Hoo-Jeong Lee,


Jin-Ho Joo, Young-Ho Kim, Seung-Boo Jung


62. Analysis of nickel cylindrical bump insertion into aluminium thin


film for flip chip applications


Pages 522-526


M.D. Diop, V. Mandrillon, H. Boutry, K. Inal, R. Fortunier


63. The influence of ultrasonic agitation on copper electroplating of


blind-vias for SOI three-dimensional integration


Pages 527-531


Qianwen Chen, Zheyao Wang, Jian Cai, Litian Liu


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Volume 56 Issue 1, 2010, Pages 1-76 (January 2010)


Journal of Systems Architecture


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5673-2010-999439998-1578656


 


1. Editorial Board / Aims and Scope


Page IFC


2. On reducing load/store latencies of cache accesses


Pages 1-15


Yuan-Shin Hwang, Jia-Jhe Li


3. An analytical performance model for the Spidergon NoC with virtual


channels


Pages 16-26


Mahmoud Moadeli, Alireza Shahrabi, Wim Vanderbauwhede, Partha Maji


4. An architecture of a high-speed digital hologram generator based on FPGA


Pages 27-37


Young-Ho Seo, Hyun-Jun Choi, Ji-Sang Yoo, Dong-Wook Kim


5. A coarse-grain reconfigurable architecture for multimedia


applications supporting subword and floating-point calculations


Pages 38-47


Claudio Brunelli, Fabio Garzia, Davide Rossi, Jari Nurmi


6. A soft multi-core architecture for edge detection and data analysis


of microarray images


Pages 48-62


George Kornaros


7. Experimental evaluation of slack management in real-time control


systems: Coordinated vs. self-triggered approach


Pages 63-74


Manel Velasco, Pau Martí, Josep M. Fuertes, Camilo Lozoya, Scott A. Brandt


8. Erratum to “Access region cache with register guided memory reference


partitioning” [Journal of Systems Architecture 55 (2009) 434–445]


Page 75


Gyungho Lee, Yixin Shi


Ricardo Moraes, Francisco Vasques, Paulo Portugal, Pedro F. Souto


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Volume 26 Issue 1, Pages 1-112 (January 2010)


Journal of Computer Law & Security Review


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/5915-2010-999739998-1628137


 


1. DFRWS Ad


Page iv


2. Editorial foreword


Pages 1-2


S. Saxby


3. ‘Customary internet-ional law’: Creating a body of customary law for


cyberspace. Part 1: Developing rules for transitioning custom into law


Pages 3-22


Warren B. Chik


4. Internet of Things – New security and privacy challenges


Pages 23-30


Rolf H. Weber


5. A best practice model for e-consumer protection


Pages 31-37


Dan Svantesson, Roger Clarke


6. Internet domain names and the interaction with intellectual property


Pages 38-42


Abida Chaudri


7. Identity and its verification


Pages 43-51


Nicholas Bohm, Stephen Mason


8. SoTE: Strategy of Triple-E on solving Trojan defense in Cyber-crime cases


Pages 52-60


Da-Yu Kao, Shiuh-Jeng Wang, Frank Fu-Yuan Huang


9. Legal and ethical issues in knowledge management in Malaysia


Pages 61-71


Ida Madieha Azmi


10. The legal aspects of corporate computer usage policies


Pages 72-76


Mark Taylor, John Haggerty, David Gresty


11. Google's use of Rescuecom's trademark as an advertising keyword and


the U.S. Federal Trademarks Act


Pages 77-89


Bashar H. Malkawi


12. Skype Technologies SA v Joltid Limited and others [2009] EWHC 2783


(Ch). Anti-suit injunction: Clarification of effect of English exclusive


jurisdiction clause in worldwide technology licensing contract


Pages 90-93


Steven Baker, Taryn Johnson


13. EU update


Pages 94-98


Helen Kemmit, Michael Dizon


14. European national news


Pages 99-104


Mark Turner


15. Asia-pacific news


Pages 105-112


Gabriela Kennedy, Sarah Doyle


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Volume 54 Issue 1, Pages 175-340 (15 February 2010)


Journal of Computer Networks


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/issue/6234-2010-999459997-1633101


 


1. Editorial Board


Page IFC


2. Special issue on “Wireless Multi-Hop Networking for Infrastructure


Access”


Pages 175-177


Raouf Boutaba, Seán Murphy, Albert Banchs


3. Augmenting predictive with oblivious routing for wireless mesh


networks under traffic uncertainty


Pages 178-195


Jonathan Wellons, Liang Dai, Yuan Xue, Yui Cui


4. MAC-layer proactive mixing for network coding in multi-hop wireless


networks


Pages 196-207


Jian Zhang, Yuanzhu Peter Chen, Ivan Marsic


5. Complexity results on labeled shortest path problems from wireless


routing metrics


Pages 208-217


Charles B. Ward, Nathan M. Wiegand


6. A global security architecture for operated hybrid WLAN mesh networks


Pages 218-230


Vincent Toubiana, Houda Labiod, Laurent Reynaud, Yvon Gourhant


7. The joint Gateway Placement and Spatial Reuse Problem in Wireless


Mesh Networks


Pages 231-240


Valerio Targon, Brunilde Sansò, Antonio Capone


8. A topology control approach for utilizing multiple channels in


multi-radio wireless mesh networks


Pages 241-256


Mahesh K. Marina, Samir R. Das, Anand Prabhu Subramanian


9. Application-aware scheduling for VoIP in Wireless Mesh Networks


Pages 257-277


Nico Bayer, Bangnan Xu, Veselin Rakocevic, Joachim Habermann


10. Identifying the capacity gains of multihop cellular networks


Pages 278-290


Ayman Radwan, Hossam S. Hassanein, Abd-Elhamid M. Taha


11. Building an IP-based community wireless mesh network: Assessment of


PACMAN as an IP address autoconfiguration protocol


Pages 291-303


Carlos J. Bernardos, Maria Calderon, Ignacio Soto, Ana Beatriz Solana,


Kilian Weniger


12. A scalable delay based analytical framework for CSMA/CA wireless


mesh networks


Pages 304-318


Jiazhen Zhou, Kenneth Mitchell


13. Gateway selection and routing in wireless mesh networks


Pages 319-329


Katerina Papadaki, Vasilis Friderikos


14. Link-state routing without broadcast storming for multichannel mesh


networks


Pages 330-340


Cheolgi Kim, Young-Bae Ko, Nitin H. Vaidya


 


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