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A note on the various deadlines: In general, you only need some deadlines. The submission deadline should represent the single most important deadline for an event. If there is a paper deadline, it automatically counts as a submission deadline as well. The other kinds of deadlines are just relevant for events that accept many forms of contribution (e.g. papers and demos). If an event has just one type of submission (e.g. a developer's event might only accpept demos) then use submission deadline since it is the main deadline and it is clear what kind of submissions are meant.
Networks make it easy to establish ad hoc collaborating communities of people and computing devices. They configure and reconfigure themselves automatically, as nodes appear, migrate, and disappear. This makes them easier to maintain than before, when networks were tuned largely for static wired topologies. Local networks connect seamlessly with each other, with satellite and terrestrial networks, and with a large number and variety of physical devices that can be used to monitor and control the physical world.
The demand for network technologies and communications is large and growing rapidly. Networking should be on-demand, with whomever or whatever they want, regardless of time or location. To meet these requirements, industry has invested heavily in a variety of wireless and wireline communications technologies, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. In recent times, we have seen the emergence of 3G and 4G, WiFi and WiMax, Bluetooth and Zigbee, Ultrawideband and TV-band, Powerline and Free space optical.
Next-generation services require unified and scalable technologies spread across the network protocol layers facilitating a converged service model across all partitions of the network.
Networks allow the user to access remote programs and remote databases either of the same organization or from other enterprises or public sources. Networks Technology provides communication possibilities faster than other facilities. Because of these optimal information and communication possibilities, networks may increase the organizational learning rate, which many authors declare as the only fundamental advantage in competition.
Because of the importance of this technology, decisions of purchase, structure, and operation of networks, management has a critical need for understanding the technology of networks and communications.
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Ad hoc mobile networks
Addressing and location management
Broadband access technologies
Cellular and broadband wireless nets
Cognitive radio networking
Content-based network service
Cross layer design and optimization
Cyber‐physical systems and networks
Data center and cloud networks
Denial of service mitigation and prevention
Delay/disruption tolerant networks
Dynamic spectrum management
Future Internet design
Implementation and experimental testbeds
Medium Access Control (MAC) protocols
Middleware support for networking
Mobility models and mobile networks
Multicast, broadcast and anycast
Multimedia protocols and networking
Network applications and services
Network measurement, simulation and emulation
Online social networking
Power control and management
Pricing and billing
Quality of service
Resource allocation and management
RFID networks and protocols
Scheduling and buffer management
Security, trust and privacy
Sensor networks and embedded systems
Switches and switching
Topology characterization and inference
Traffic measurement and analysis
Traffic engineering and control
Vehicular, underground and underwater networks
Virtual and overlay networks
Web services and performance
Wireless mesh networks and protocols
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