CQR 2012 : IEEE International Workshop Technical Committee on Communications Quality and Reliability (CQR 2012)
Call For Papers
The IEEE CQR International Workshop is held annually with the purpose of bringing together industry and academic experts to present and discuss communications quality, reliability and security issues as they relate to real world issues. The output from the workshops adds to the community's body of knowledge and serves to inform, help form opinion, and to assist in the development of best practice and relevant standards. For more information, please visit: http://www.ieee-cqr.org/ .
Continuing the tradition of this series of workshops, CQR 2012 will provide an international technical forum for experts from industry and academia to exchange ideas and present results of ongoing research in the areas listed below. This year, special focus will be on the challenging issues related to the requirements, metrics, measurement, management, and dissemination of Communications Quality & Reliability.
The Workshop has two program tracks: Industry-focused Strategic Track and Technical Paper Track.
For the Strategic Track, 3 themes are organized into three segments with one segment each day. The content of the Strategic Track will be posted later.
For the Technical Paper Track, you are invited to submit a paper related to various aspects of QoS and Reliability for the following networks/services:
Grid and Distributed Computing
Mobile and Ad Hoc Networks
Multimedia Networks and VoIP Services
VPN, MPLS and Multicast Services
Broadband Audio Visual Services
Current and Next-generation Internet
Emerging Technologies and Services
The detailed technical area includes:
Network Architecture and Design
Operations, Administration and Maintenance
QoS Metrics and Measurement
QoS Policy and Assessment
QoE Assessment and Management
Security and Reliability Issues
Traffic Modeling and Characterization
For additional information on this CFP, please contact:
Professor Katsunori Yamaoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
Technical Program Chair, CQR2012, firstname.lastname@example.org