Comp_Guide_IPTV_DN 2016 : A Comprehensive Guide to IPTV Delivery Networks
Call For Papers
Call for Chapter: A Comprehensive Guide to IPTV Delivery Networks
Publisher: Wiley has shown interest in publishing this book
Due to the advent of high speed broadcasting networks as well as for the evolution of digital video broadcasting technique, a new era of television (TV) services has emerged, known as Internet Protocol Television (IPTV). The IPTV is a system that exploits the high speed broadband networks to deliver TV services to the subscribers. From the service provider viewpoint, the prime challenge in the IPTV system is how to provide high quality service with a minimum cost through the existing delivery networks. In fact, the IPTV delivery networks have witnessed several developments starting from the central architecture, which delivers the contents using a single main server. Then, later it was replaced by server farm or cluster. Next, the hierarchical architecture was introduced that distributes the contents from a set of cache servers. Again, the distributed architecture is proposed to replicate the contents into a set of servers distributed at different geographic places. The recent and promising architectural solution for the IPTV delivery network is the cloud-based architecture. This book will detail all those state-of-the-art IPTV delivery networks as well as the next generation delivery networks. This will also detail the technologies related to storage, broadcasting, buffering, Quality of Services (QoS), and Quality of Experience (QoE) of both real and scheduled IPTV services.
There are many factors that make this book different from the other currently existing books in the market. For instance, this is the only book that would cover the delivery networks of IPTV services rather than IPTV services only, which have been covered in most of the books available in the market. Without an efficient delivery network, IPTV services are of no use in reality. This book will also discuss the technologies related to delivery process for both live (real time) and on demand services in a coherent and consistent manner aiming to give a comprehensive guide for both researchers and industrial experts in the field of IPTV delivery networks.
The objective of this book is to detail past, present, and future of IPTV delivery networks, which employ IP-based networking techniques and topologies to support real time and scheduled television services. It also covers several other related issues of IPTV, namely: broadcasting, buffering, contents storage and allocation, security and privacy, QoS, QoE, mobility, etc. The motivation of this book is to provide the reader with a comprehensive guide on IPTV delivery networks and the related technologies in academic and industrial fields.
This book will be written for professionals and researchers who are working in the field of multimedia and delivery networking technologies. It also can be utilized as a reference book to teach the courses related to delivering and streaming real time and scheduled multimedia contents. Moreover, the book is expected to include practical guide on designing and optimizing the IPTV delivery networks so that it can be beneficial for professionals in IPTV industry. Finally, some chapters will be written in tutorial style so that the general readers can be able to easily grasp some of the ideas in the relevant areas.
Part A: IPTV Delivery Networks Fundamentals
Basic concepts for delivering TV services over IP networks
Architectures and topologies of delivery networks
IPTV contents storage management
IPTV Delivery Network resources allocation
Buffering and Caching methods for IPTV delivery networks
IPTV broadcasting over IP networks
Real time IPTV streaming over IP networks
Video Compression Techniques for delivering multi-layer IPTV services
Part B: QoS and QoE for IPTV Delivery Networks
Load Balancing in Delivery Network
Service Availability for IPTV service
Delay issues for IPTV Streaming Service Availability for IPTV service
Service Distortion issues for IPTV Streaming Service Availability for IPTV service
Delivering High Definition IPTV service over IP based networks
Security and Privacy issues in IPTV Delivery Networks
Part C: Next-Generation Delivery Networks
Mobile IPTV Delivery Network
Delivering IPTV services over 3G/4G/LTE Networks
Delivering IPTV Services over P2P assisted Networks
Heterogeneity in IPTV Delivery Networks
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit a chapter proposal of 500 words explaining the proposed chapter before November 30, 2015. Each chapter is expected to be submitted by March 15, 2016. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for this project. Chapters with multiple authors are welcome, even encouraged.
If you are planning to submit a chapter, please submit a proposal first before the relative deadline. The abstract/proposal could be within 500 words. The initial proposal must be submitted to the corresponding editor at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “CFC_IPTV-(Your Chapter Title)". Please also CC the same document to email@example.com to ensure your submission and to verify that in case of missing. All deadlines related with this project will be strictly followed in every case.
The preparation of manuscripts submitted for the book must be original and not previously published elsewhere or currently under review. Expected chapter length is between 4,000 to 8,000 words or more (or can be discussed with the editors). All manuscripts must be submitted as Microsoft Office Word documents. Note that WILEY follows Harvard Style as the reference style. For quick reference, you can check the following URL:
The formatting of initial or draft manuscripts should follow:
• A4 page format
• single column with 11 point Times New Roman font
• 1.5 line spacing
Free of charge
November 30, 2015: Proposal Submission Deadline
December30, 2015: Notification of Acceptance
March 15, 2016: Full Chapter Submission
April 15, 2016: Review Results Returned
May 15, 2016: Final Chapter Submission
May 30, 2016: Final Acceptance Notification
Suliman Mohamed Fati
Al-Sakib Khan Pathan
Al-Sakib Khan Pathan, Ph.D.
Faculty of Computer and Information Systems
Islamic University in Madinah
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (primary), email@example.com
Suliman Mohamed Fati, Ph.D.
Faculty of Information and Communication Technology
Univeristi Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR)
Jalan Universiti, Barat, Kampar
31900, Perak, Malaysia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saiful Azad, Ph.D.
Faculty of Computer Systems and Software Engineering,
University Malaysia Pahang,