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Department of Informatics - Communication Systems Group

BoD 2010 Call for Papers

The Call for Papers is also available as PDF (PDF, 184 KB), ASCII (TXT, 4 KB), and PowerPoint (PPT, 694 KB).

Topics of Interest

The workshop seeks original papers in the following areas that serve as basis for Bandwidth-on-Demand (BoD):

  • Scalable bandwidth allocation in optical, wireless, and Internet domains
  • Network management schemes for BoD
  • Fully decentralized and peer-to-peer-based bandwidth allocation
  • Economic and cost-effective bandwidth allocation
  • Energy-efficient bandwidth allocation
  • Incentive mechanisms and bandwidth allocation policies
  • Economic management of network resources
  • Bandwidth provisioning on demand
  • Provisioning of networks on demand
  • Market-based allocation mechanisms such as auctions
  • Secure and robust network provisioning
  • Economic studies in carrier and service provider networks
  • Market and business models
  • Cost and revenue models
  • Market liquidity aspects
  • Game theoretical bandwidth allocation models
  • Network allocation in test-bed infrastructures like GENI or PlanetLab
  • The economics of federation and policy design
  • Network provisioning in non-profit systems like neighborhood networks
  • Peer-to-peer Internet access sharing
  • Industrial developments of new network technologies like network virtualization
  • Bandwidth allocation in virtual and overlay networks
  • Bandwidth allocation in wireless mesh networks
  • Technical improvements in transport and data networks
  • Legislative and regulatory issues
  • Legal issues of bandwidth allocation

Paper Submissions

Papers must be written in English and will be subject to a full review process. Papers are solicited as full papers of no more than 8 pages or short papers (position statements or work-in-progress papers) of no more than 4 pages in IEEE two-column format. Papers exceeding these limits, multiple submissions, and self-plagiarized papers will be rejected without further review.

Submissions must be in PDF and will be handled using the JEMS system. Please refer to the submission instructions or contact for additional information. Those papers accepted will be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.

Important Dates

  • Paper registration deadline: January 4, 2010 (extension to January 11)
  • Submission deadline: January 4, 2010 (extension to January 11)
  • Notification of acceptance: February 8, 2010
  • Final versions of papers due: February 19, 2010
  • Workshop date: April 23, 2010

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