|Ad hoc & sensor networks
||Pricing & billing mechanisms
|Addressing & location management
||Quality of service
|Content distribution & web caching
| Flow & congestion control
||Scheduling & buffer management
||Security & denial of service
|Network applications & services
||Switches and switching
|Network control by pricing
||Traffic & performance measurement
|Network design & planning
|Network management and control
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In view of the tight review schedules
and fairness issues with large conferences such as IEEE Infocom, the July
10 deadline will be strictly enforced. Thank you for your understanding.
IEEE Infocom only reviews and publishes original work not currently
under consideration elsewhere, as described in the detailed policy. Papers not meeting these criteria
will be withdrawn from the conference without review as soon as the
conflict comes to the attention of the program committee.
Papers must be submitted electronically in the manner and format
detailed in the Author's Kit.
paper will typically be reviewed by three independent reviewers. As part
of their evaluation, the reviewers will score submissions according to
their contribution, originality/novelty,
technical depth/merit, and quality
reviews will be relayed to the correspondence author, as part of the
notification on the final decision. The review process for Infocom 2003
will not include a rebuttal phase.
To facilitate the review process, authors will be
asked to classify the paper according to a list of categories, so that the
most appropriate reviewers could be assigned to handle the paper.
Proposals for tutorials are solicited. Evaluation of proposals will be based
on the expertise and experience of the instructors, and on the relevance of
the subject matter. Please check this page later for tutorial topics that are of particular interest.
Potential instructors are
requested to submit a tutorial proposal of at most 5 pages, including a
biographical sketch, to the Tutorial Co-Chairs, Christophe Diot [email@example.com]
and Brian Levine [firstname.lastname@example.org].
The Tutorials for INFOCOM 2003 will not be due until Sept 30, 2002.
Panels are solicited that examine innovative, controversial, or otherwise
provocative issues of interest. Panel proposals should not exceed three pages, including
biographical sketches of the panelists. Potential panel organizers should send the proposal to the
Panel Co-chairs, Kin Leung [email@example.com]
and Catherine Rosenberg [firstname.lastname@example.org].
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Roberts, France Telecom R&D, France
Ness Shroff, Purdue University, USA