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HeterWMN 2010 : IEEE 5th International Workshop on Heterogeneous, Multi-Hop, Wireless and Mobile Networks

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Link: http://www.rn.inf.tu-dresden.de/hwn/2010/hwm/index.html
 
When Dec 6, 2010 - Dec 6, 2010
Where Miami, USA
Submission Deadline Jul 2, 2010
Notification Due Aug 13, 2010
Final Version Due Aug 31, 2010
Categories    heterogeneous   multi-hop   wireless   mobile networks
 

Call For Papers

The traditional centralized wireless and mobile networks are based on single-hop architecture and rely on the existing fixed infrastructure such as base stations or access points. The proliferation and deployment of radio access networks such as Wireless WANs, Wireless LANs, and Wireless PANs with distinguishing characteristics of data rate, coverage range, power, mobility, and prices will clearly lead to a need for seamless and ubiquitous access across these various networks. Such an integrated heterogeneous environment enables a user to access a particular network depending upon the application needs and the types of radio access networks (RANs) available (e.g., cellular network, ad hoc, WLAN, WPAN etc). The heterogeneous multi-hop wireless and mobile networks, on the other hand, provide unlimited mobility and greater flexibility but introduce a number of challenges due to dynamic network topology. The design of efficient and scalable protocols for existing multi-hop wireless and mobile networks such as wireless and mobile ad hoc networks continue to pose challenges at all the layers of networking stack. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate a global hetero-geneous architecture and services that together provide seamless integration of single-hop networks (e.g., cellular, WLAN, WWAN) and multi-hop mobile ad hoc networks. The aim of this workshop is to bring together practitioners and researchers from both academia and industry in order to have a forum for discussion and technical presentations on the latest research and future research directions in heterogeneous multi-hop wireless and mobile networks. We are seeking original and previously unpublished research papers addressing theoretical and application issues in heterogeneous multi-hop wireless mobile networks.
Scope
# Topics related to heterogeneous, multihop, wireless and mobile networks in areas of: Multi-hop architectures and protocols for resource management
# Quality of services (QoS) delivery
# Seamless Mobility, Vertical Handoff
# Robust and scalable routing protocols
# MAC protocols supporting mobility and vertical handover
# Self-configuration and synchronization
# Security
# Topology control and management
# Mobility models and location management
# Cross-layer design and interactions
# Modeling and performance evaluation
# Algorithms for localization and signal processing
# Implementation testbeds
# Operating systems and middleware

The Extended version of Papers of exceptonally good quality will be selected to be published in a Special Issue of an international journal.

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