QOS in MANET
2003-03-01 07:09:52 GMT
Eng./ Amr Ezzat
comm <at> gawab.com
I’m new of the mailing list.
I’d like to know if there exist any interesting work about routing in hybrid networks made of manets interconnected to a fixed network.
Particularly, I’m interested in energy conserving routing strategies.
Thanks in advance.
For ns-2 simulation studies of MAC layer QoS schemes, you can look at our publications at http://www.sm.luth.se/~dugdale/index/publications.shtml If you are interested in solutions that reside at a higher layer, I would recommend looking at the SWAN and INSIGNIA work done by the COMET group at Columbia Uni. http://comet.columbia.edu/publications/ /Anders On Sat, 1 Mar 2003, Amr Ezzat wrote: > hi all: > > I am an undergraduate student making a research on the QOS of the MANET > I don't have enough resources > I need very quickly some web sites which includes papers or thesis about > the QOS in MANET specially which talk about the QOS simulation examples > in NS
Dear colleague: Please find below the CFPs for the Autonomous Intelligent Networked Systems Symposium, Bologna, June 2003. Note that the abstract submission deadline has been extended to March 7 ------------------------------------------------ The Second Annual Symposium on Autonomous Intelligent Networks and Systems www.ains.cs.ucla.edu, http://path.berkeley.edu/ains At Santa Lucia Complex, Bologna, Italy June 30 to July 1, 2003. The goal of this annual symposium has been to explore and encourage research that would support the development of intelligent networks consisting of many autonmous agents, including UAV's, UGV's, or AUV's, interacting with the physical world in a distributed but coordinated fashion, and also to explore applications of such systems for defense, security, industrial control, environmental monitoring, and planetary exploration. As in the first symposium held last year at UCLA, this symposium will explore technological advances in a number of disciplines that would support such a vision; these include communications systems, collaborative robotic systems, battlefield networks, and neuro-biological systems. A major goal is to foster collaboration, on an international scale, through the identification of common models, tools and methodologies and of opportunities for collaboration among engineers and scientists working on related problems with different perspectives. This symposium will serve as a forum for intelligent agent technologists and visionaries from academia, industry and research labs. Papers may describe research or technology advances as well as ongoing prototyping efforts, experience reports, case studies, and descriptions of interesting systems. Submissions that describe future visions as well as practical technologies of significance and relevance to this area are encouraged. Papers, written in English, should not exceed 3000 words. Papers must be unpublished and must not be submitted for publication elsewhere. A selection of the papers will be published as a Reference Book. Authors should submit an extended abstract (max 3 pages), a complete list of authors and their affiliations, a contact person for correspondence, and e-mail addresses. Papers may be accepted either for oral or poster presentation. Both Abstract and Papers must be submitted in electronic form (PDF) to ainspapers <at> path.berkeley.edu. Topics include but are not limited to * Self-configuring agent-based wireless networks * Collaborative robotic systems, including large robotic "swarms" * Large-scale emergent behavior * Hierarchical system organizations and dynamic system re-organization * Systems informed by advances in neuro-biological networks * Distributed sensing and control networks * Cooperative behavior in natural and artificial systems * Software architecture for large-scale systems * Simulation of large scale distributed systems * Experimental platforms for the study of autonomous agents * Security in distributed systems * Fault tolerant distributed agent networks * Resource management in autonomous systems Important Dates * Electronic Abstract Submission March 7, 2003
Call for Papers - IP Mobility 2003 IEEE VTC Symposium on IP Mobility October 4-9, 2003 Orlando, FL, USA in Conjunction with IEEE VTC Fall 2003 Submission Deadline Extended: March 10, 2003 Scope ===== Mobility support in IP network has been an area of active research and development. The impacts of mobility and wireless medium at all layers of Internet architecture have generated wide range of interest in the research community. IETF has been working on standardizing protocols for inter-domain and intra-domain mobility, context transfer, routing for network mobility and ad-hoc networks. This symposium is aimed at providing researchers and practitioners a forum for presenting their research at all layers of Internet architecture and sharing experiences. It will provide a unique opportunity to people from academia and industry to exchange their ideas on short-term and long-term research issues. The outcome of the symposium is expected to present a view on how close to reality is IP Mobility and set a direction for research to deal with emerging issues. The papers must discuss issues and solutions related to support for wireless medium and mobility in IP network. The symposium solicits papers related to but not limited to the following areas: * Routing for host (e.g. terminals) and network (e.g. trains, buses) mobility, protocols and performance * New approaches to wide-area and local mobility * Quality of Service models, resource management, and provisioning * Traffic Engineering in mobile wireless IP access networks * Transport protocol design for mobile wireless networks * Security including security threat models, threat analysis and their impact on routing * Application level protocol design and performance * Mobile and wireless applications, their service requirements and performance * Content delivery support in IP network for mobile users * Multicasting for mobile wireless services * Emerging network architectures (e.g. multi-hop ad-hoc network, sensor network) * Internetworking of different network types (e.g. ad-hoc to cellular, wireless LAN to cellular) * Inter-vehicular network architecture * Mobile wireless IP access network deployment and management Posters are also solicited on the projects related to **Support for Network Mobility**. Submission Instructions ======================= Authors MUST submit an extended abstract (up to 2 pages) through the EDAS web site (http://www.edas.info/), together with a short abstract (approximately 150 words) in the EDAS web site form. Please note that the potential authors should create their own accounts in the EDAS web site (http://www.edas.info/) before submitting paper(s). Although either MS Word or PDF file format is acceptable when submitting the extended abstracts, it is strongly suggested that authors should submit papers using PDF format. The submission(s) should include complete contacting information of the author(s), such as the name, mailing address, telephone and fax numbers, and email address. All submitted papers are subject to peer review. Submissions can also be made using the links of call for technical papers in the conference web site: http://www.vtc2003.org/. Important Dates Extended Abstract Due: March 10, 2003 Acceptance Notification: May 15, 2003 Camera Ready Copy of Full Paper Due: July 15, 2003 Symposium Date: October 4, 2003 Organization ============ Program Co-Chairs: Muhammad Jaseemuddin (jaseem <at> ee.ryerson.ca) Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Ryerson University Toronto, Canada Hongyi Li (hyli <at> nortelnetworks.com) Wireless Technology Lab Nortel Networks Ottawa, Canada Publicity Co-Chair: Junaid Zubairi (junaid.zubairi <at> fredonia.edu) Department of Mathematics and Computer Science SUNY at Fredonia Fredonia, NY, USA Technical Program Committee =========================== * Ahmed Helmy (U of Southern California, USA) * Abdelsalam Helal (U of Florida, Gainesville, USA) * Alan O'Neill (Flarion Technologies, USA) * Behcet Sarikaya (Alcatel, USA) * Christophe Janneteau (Motorola, France) * Govindan Ravindran (Soma Networks, Canada) * Haseeb Akhtar (inCode Telecom group, USA) * Hany Elgebaly (Intel Corporation, USA) * Hesham Soliman (Ericsson, Sweden) * Lars Wolf (TU Braunschweig, Germany) * Michael Wolf (Daimler-Chrysler, Germany) * Raouf Boutaba (U of Waterloo, Canada) * Sajal Das (The U of Texas at Arlington, USA) * Samir R. Das (SUNY at Stony Brook, USA) * Thiery Ernst (Wide, Keio U, Japan) * Thomas Noel (U of Strasbourg, France) * Yasser Rasheed (Intel Corporation, USA)
(We appologize if you received multiple copies of this Call.) CALL FOR PAPERS IEEE VTC 2003 Symposium on Integrated Heterogeneous Wireless Networks October 4-9, 2003 Hyatt Orlando Hotel Orlando, Florida, USA SYMPOSIUM CHAIR: Dr. Hongyi Wu The Center For Advanced Computer Studies University of Louisiana at Lafayette OVERVIEW Various wireless technologies and systems, such as Cellular System, Satellite System, Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET), Bluetooth, Home RF Network, and the Sensor Network, have been developed over the years, and all signs are indicating that many more are yet to come. The emergence of these heterogeneous wireless technologies calls for the ubiquitous and integrated wireless infrastructures to make the communication system robust and efficient. While the existing wireless networks have been extensively studied individually, the integrated wireless system brings new challenges in system management, protocol design, performance evaluation, QoS support, etc. We are seeking for papers that are original, unpublished, and not currently under review by other conference, workshop, or journal. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following, with particular emphasis on the integration of heterogeneous wireless technologies: -System architecture -Interoperation between wired, terrestrial wireless and satellite networks -Hybrid cellular systems, wireless LANs, ad hoc/sensor networks, Bluetooth -Location, Mobility and Handoff Management -System modeling and performance evaluation -Applications -Protocol design, analysis, and optimization -Routing (including multicasting and broadcasting) -Energy efficient, self-organizing and resilient protocols -Medium access control protocols -TCP/IP over integrated wireless networks -Congestion, admission, and flow control -Quality of service in the hybrid networks -Implementation and testbed experiments SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Authors MUST submit a short abstract submission (approximately 150 words in the EDAS web site form) AND an extended abstract (up to 2 pages) also submitted through the EDAS web site. The extended abstracts are soft copy in MS Word or PDF file formats. The submission must include the name, complete mailing address, telephone and fax numbers, and the email address of the author(s). Extended abstracts should be submitted electronically (MS Word or PDF) by March 10, 2002. IMPORTANT DATES March 10, 2003: Last date for submission of abstracts May 15, 2003: Notification of acceptance July 15, 2003: Camera-ready version of accepted papers ======================================================================== Dr. Hongyi Wu, Assistant Professor The Center for Advanced Computer Studies (CACS) University of Louisiana (UL) at Lafayette P.O. Box 44330, Lafayette, LA 70504-4330, U.S.A. Tel: 337-482-5779, Fax: 337-482-5791 E-mail: wu <at> cacs.louisiana.edu http://www.cacs.louisiana.edu/~wu ========================================================================
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