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ITC 2011 : 23rd International Teletraffic Congress


Conference Series : International Teletraffic Congress
When Sep 6, 2011 - Sep 8, 2011
Where San Francisco, USA
Abstract Registration Due Jan 28, 2011
Submission Deadline Feb 4, 2011
Notification Due May 15, 2011
Final Version Due Jun 15, 2011
Categories    communications   performance

Call For Papers

ITC provides a venue for researchers from academia and industry
interested in design and control of communication networks,
protocols, and applications. The rapid evolution in these
areas, driven by technological advances and new business
models, raises a critical need for continuous reappraisal of
modeling, control and management mechanisms. For instance, as
energy becomes an increasingly important design criterion, new
algorithms are needed to optimize the tradeoff between energy
consumption and quality of service.

In addition to improving network efficiency and performance,
there has recently been a significant interest in new network
architectural principles. How should the lower layers be
structured to best support content-centric networking? What
network control and optimization issues are raised by
virtualization and cloud computing? What architectural elements
and business models are needed to meet user expectations for
service quality, reliability and security in a cost-effective

Now annually held, ITC 2011 solicits submission of papers with
original contributions, especially contributions that address
novel issues, pioneer disruptive paradigms, or propose
innovative models and techniques. Furthermore, papers that
provide important insights on real world networking problems,
e.g., based on measurements, application of analytical
techniques or simulations, are strongly encouraged. Specific
topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Network architectures, paradigms & technologies
* Cognitive radio networking
* Content delivery and storage area networks
* Data Center Networks
* Delay-tolerant and opportunistic networking
* Future Internet design
* IP/MPLS/Carrier Ethernet networks
* Multi-carrier networks
* Optical networks
* Sensor networks
* UMTS, WiFi, LTE, WiMax, 4G networks
* Wireless adhoc and mesh networks

Network planning, QoS, and associated performance issues:
* Capacity planning methods and tools
* Planning for multi-carrier networks,
robustness and reliability
* Performance and reliability tradeoffs, including targets
for web-based applications
* Network design methods
* Performance over wireless and wireline transport
* Pricing and billing, business models for QoS
* QoS provisioning
* SLA monitoring

Traffic management and measurement
* Admission control
* Application and content traffic management
* Dynamic bandwidth management
* Intelligent adaptive routing
* Location and mobility management
* Multi-domain issues
* Network tomography, analysis of traffic matrices
* Overload and congestion control protocols and mechanisms
* Protection, switching and restoration
* Traffic and performance monitoring, measurements
and forecasting

* Application layer networks and overlays,
including virtualization
* Distributed, grid and cloud computing
* Efficient content delivery technologies
* Internet of Things
* P2P and distributed lookup
* Social networks
* Tele-medicine, -education, -metry
* Web-services and service oriented architectures

Security issues
* Anomaly detection, detection of DoS attacks
* Attack mitigation methods
* Epidemiological models, worm and virus propagation
* Privacy and trust

Models and techniques
* Cross-layer design and optimization mechanisms
* Game-theoretic models
* Optimization algorithms, self optimization approaches
* Performance models for voice, video, data, P2P applications
* Random graph models
* Resource allocation and management, scheduling algorithms
* Simulation methods and tools

Paper Registration: January 28, 2011
Submission Deadline: February 4, 2011
Acceptance notification: May 15, 2011
Final version due: June 15, 2011
Conference: September 6-8, 2011


Submitted manuscripts must be unpublished and not be considered
for publication elsewhere over the course of the review
process. All paper registrations and submissions will be
handled electronically via EDAS
( Authors should prepare
a PDF version, which should not exceed 8 double-column pages in
IEEE conference format with a font size no smaller than 10
points. All accepted contributions will appear as full papers
in the conference proceedings with oral presentations.

ITC 2011 plans to offers two prestigious awards: a Best Paper
Award and a Best Student Paper Award. For a paper to be
eligible in the latter category, a full-time student must be
the first author at the time of submission of the paper, & is
the presenter of the accepted paper at the conference.

TPC Co-Chairs
Åke Arvidsson, Ericsson, Sweden
Gustavo de Veciana, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Steven Low, Caltech, USA

General Co-Chairs
Charles Kalmanek, AT&T Labs-Research, USA
Deep Medhi, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA

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