St. Petersburg Summer experience
Draft conference program is now available here.
Registration and final manuscript submission deadline is moved to 29.04!
Venue and location is updated. Follow the link.
The instructions for the final submission are updated. Follow the link.
Paper acceptance is moved to 17.04, camera ready to 29.04, and author registration to 29.04!
The conference will constitute a forum for the presentation and discussion of the latest results in the field of wired/wireless networks and will aim at providing research directions and fostering collaborations among the participants. In this context, the program committee will accept a limited number of papers that meet the criteria of originality, presentation quality and topic relevance. IFIP WWIC is a single-track conference which has reached, over the last 14 years, a high quality level, which is reflected by the paper acceptance rate as well as the level of attendance. Following the conference tradition, there will be a best paper award. Selected presentations will be broadcasted live in the Internet.
Internet is being extended beyond its traditional boundaries through gradually incorporating a wide-range of challenging networks and autonomous devices. From traditional wireless networks to opportunistic networks of mobile devices in urban environments and deep-space communications, the new approaches require an efficient merging with the traditional wired infrastructure. The need for more efficient protocols, clean-slate or evolutionary architectures, merging and assembling of different network technologies, unified operation and management of the heterogeneous components and the support for new cloud services are only few examples of the wide range of technologies building-up this new global network. IFIP WWIC addresses research topics such as the design and evaluation of protocols, the dynamics of the integration, the performance tradeoffs, the need for new performance metrics, and cross-layer interactions. This year, we further solicit submissions on mobile clouds and mobile edge computing (MEC), and applications of NFV and SDN to wireless and mobile networks.
The IFIP WWIC 2017 Proceedings will be available online by Springer in the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
12.00 Bargaining over Fair Channel Sharing between Wi-Fi and LTE-U Networks
Andrey Garnaev (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA); Shweta S Sagari (Huawei Research, USA); Wade Trappe (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA)
12.20 Time-Dependent SIR Analysis in Shopping Malls Using Fractal-Based Mobility Models
Yuri Orlov (Keldysh Institute of Applied mathematics, Russia); Elisabeth Kirina-Lilinskaya (Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russia); Andrey Samuylov (RUDN University, Russia); Aleksandr Ometov and Dmitri Moltchanov (Tampere University of Technology, Finland); Yuliya Gaidamaka (Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia); Sergey Andreev (Tampere University of Technology, Finland); Konstantin Samouylov (Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia)
12.40 Analysis and performance evaluation of SDN queue model
Samuel Muhizi and Gregory Shamshin (The Bonch-Bruevich State University of Telecommunication, Russia); Ammar Muthanna (State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Ruslan Kirichek (The Bonch-Bruevich Saint - Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Andrei Vladyko (The Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Andrey Koucheryavy (SPbSUT, Russia)
13.00 Analysis of a retrial queue with limited processor sharing operating in the random environment
Sergey A. Dudin (Belarusian State University, Belarus); Alexander N Dudin (Belarusian State University, Belarus & RUDN University, Russia); Olga Dudina (Belarusian State University, Belarus); Konstantin Samouylov (Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia)
13.20 Stationary Distribution of Waiting Time in MAP/G/1/N Queueing System with LIFO Service Discipline
Alexander N Dudin (Belarusian State University, Belarus & RUDN University, Russia); Valentina I Klimenok (Belarusian State University, Belarus); Konstantin Samouylov (Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Russia)
15.00 Distributed Sleep Mode Power Control in 5GUltra Dense Networks
Christos J Bouras (University of Patras CTI&P-Diophantus & University of Patras, Greece); Georgios Diles (Computer Engineering and Informatics Dept., University of Patras, Greece)
15.20 System Model for Multi-level Cloud Based Tactile Internet System
Abdelhamied Ateya and Anastasia Vybornova (Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Andrey Koucheryavy (SPbSUT, Russia)
15.40 Task Scheduling Scheme Based on Cost Optimization in 5G/Hetnets C-RAN
Olfa Chabbouh (Sup'com, Tunisia); Nazim Agoulmine (University of Evry Val d'Essonne, USA); Sonia Ben Rejeb and Zied Choukair (Sup'com, Tunisia)
16.00 Energy Efficiency Performance for 5G Cellular Networks
Afef Bohli (National Engineering School of Tunis, Tunisia)
16.40 Interaction of the IoT traffic generated by a Smart city segment with SDN core network
Artem Volkov and Abdukodir Khakimov (The Bonch-Bruevich State University of Telecommunication, Russia); Ammar Muthanna (State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Ruslan Kirichek (The Bonch-Bruevich Saint - Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Andrei Vladyko (The Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Andrey Koucheryavy (SPbSUT, Russia)
17.00 Evaluation of Geocast Routing Trees on Random and Actual Networks
Bernd Meijerink, Mitra Baratchi and Geert Heijenk (University of Twente, The Netherlands)
17.20 A NURBS Based Technique for an Optimized Transmit Opportunity Map Processing in WLAN Networks
Mehdi Guessous and Lahbib Zenkouar (Mohammadia Engineering School, Morocco)
11.30 Load-Balancing Adaptive Clustering Refinement Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Network Clusters
Gal Oren (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Nuclear Research Center - Negev, Israel); Leonid Barenboim (The Open University of Israel, Israel); Harel Levin (The Open University of Israel, Nuclear Research Center-Negev, Israel)
11.50 Simulation and Testing of a Platooning Management Protocol Implementation
Bruno Ribeiro and Fabio Goncalves (University of Minho, Portugal); Alexandre Santos (University of Minho & Centro Algoritmi, Portugal); Maria João M. R. da C. Nicolau (Universidade do Minho & Centro ALGORITMI, Portugal); Bruno Dias (Universidade do Minho, Portugal); Joaquim H Macedo (University of Minho, Portugal); Antonio D. Costa (Universidade do Minho & Centro ALGORITMI, Portugal)
12.10 Research of Interaction between Applications of Augmented Reality and Control Methods of UAVs
Maria Makolkina and Ruslan Kirichek (The Bonch-Bruevich Saint - Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Valeria Teltevskaya and Elisaveta Surodeeva (The Bonch-Bruevich State University of Telecommunications, Russia)
12.30 Energy-efficient Power Control and Clustering in Underlay Device to Multi-Device Communications
Mariem Hmila (University of Vigo, Spain); Manuel Fernández Veiga (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)
12.50 Adaptive-Segmentation and Flexible-Delay Based Broadcasting Protocol For VANETs
Houda Hafi (Abdelhamid MEHRI University, Algeria); Wahabou Abdou (University of Burgundy, France); Salah Merniz (Abdelhamid Mehri University, Algeria)
15.00 NetFlow Anomaly Detection Though Parallel Cluster Density Analysis in Continuous Time-Series
Kieran Flanagan (Athlone Institute of Technology & The NPD Group, Ireland); Enda Fallon (Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland); Paul Connolly (The NPD Group, Inc, Ireland); Abir Awad (University of South Wales, United Kingdom)
15.20 Investigation of traffic pattern for the augmented reality applications
Maria Makolkina (The Bonch-Bruevich Saint - Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Russia); Andrey Koucheryavy (SPbSUT, Russia); Alexander Paramonov (The Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Communication, Russia)
15.40 Benefits of Multiply-cascaded TCP Tunnel with Network Coding over Lossy Networks
Nguyen Viet Ha, Kazumi Kumazoe, Kazuya Tsukamoto and Masato Tsuru (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
16.00 Compression Method the Remove Unnecessary MSBs of IQ Data Frames in C-RAN
Ho Jun Kwak and Taeil Kim (Hanyang University, Korea); JuneHo Kwon (Hanyang Univ, Korea); Chulsun Park (Hanyang University, Korea)
16.40 A Broadband Power Amplifier Applied in GSM/TD-SCDMA/WLAN System
Li Wenyuan (Institute of RF- & OE-ICs, Southeast University, P.R. China); Luo Hui (Southeast, P.R. China)
17.00 An 8-bit 6GS/s Current Steering DAC with Optimized Current Switch Drive
Li Wenyuan (Institute of RF- & OE-ICs, Southeast University, P.R. China); Chuyang Sun (Southeast University, P.R. China)
17.20 IBIS-AMI based PAM4 Signaling and FEC Technique for 25 Gb/s Serial Link
Yongzheng Zhan (Southeast University, P.R. China); Qingsheng Hu (Southeast University in China, P.R. China); Yinhang Zhang (Southeast University, P.R. China)
17.40 Spur-free MASH DDSM with Eliminable Dither
Yilong Liao and Xiangning Fan (Southeast University, P.R. China)
18.00 A 20 Gb/s Wireline Receiver with Adaptive CTLE and Half-rate DFE in 0.13 µm Technology
Yinhang Zhang (Southeast University, P.R. China); Qingsheng Hu (Southeast University in China, P.R. China); Yongzheng Zhan (Southeast University, P.R. China)
18.20 Spur-free and Stable Digital Delta-sigma Modulator via Using HK-EFM
Xiangning Fan, Pengpeng Shi, Yilong Liao and Jian Tao (Southeast University, P.R. China)
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By public transport: Metro station Admiralteiskaya. Please follow the exit to the Nevsky Prospekt, and follow the direction to Palace Square and Hermitage. After about 700 meters on the right side you will see the arch to The Palace Square, please go through the arch of the Main Staff to the Palace Square. Walk around the building of the Hermitage on the left side and walk straight, the palace will be on your right side. Welcome!
The maximum size of papers should be 12 pages including tables and figures. The cover page must contain an abstract of at least 70 and at most 150 words, 3-5 keywords, name and affiliation of author(s) as well as the corresponding author's e-mail and postal address. In your submission, please adhere to the formatting standard for a 12-page manuscript of Springer International Publishing. There you will find templates for preparing the submission using either LaTeX (recommended) or Microsoft Word. Notice that in the submission phase we only accept a PDF document produced from the properly formatted original editable document.
The deadline for the camera-ready paper submissions is on the 29th of April, 2017. The camera-ready paper should not exceed the 12 pages formatted according to the guidelines given at the Springer Information for LNCS Authors webpage. Up to two extra pages are allowed, but an additional charging will be applied (i.e., 75€ per extra page).
The completed copyright form would be provided after the acceptance. The volume editors will check the contributions, decide their appearance order in the printed volume and send the complete material on to Springer. Once the source files have been worked on, then Springer will send the final pdf files to the corresponding authors, asking them to check their papers. This usually happens in April, hence we encourage corresponding authors of accepted papers to verify that emails with attachments are not directly filtered out. Please name your file as ZZZ.YYY, where ZZZ stands for paper's first author surname and YYY stands for zip, tar or other archive extension. The final camera-ready paper must be sent by email to: email@example.com.
The deadline for camera-ready submissions via EDAS is April 29, 2017. The camera-ready paper should not exceed 12 pages formatted according to the guidelines given at Information for LNCS Authors. Please be aware that for WWIC at least one full registration before April 29 2017 per accepted paper is mandatory to include the paper in the proceedings of the conference, even if the presenting author is a student. The camera ready manuscript for WWIC 2017 MUST be formatted in accordance to Springer's LNCS requirements.
According to our publisher's requirements, we need you to submit the following files by April 29, 2017:
- Completed copyright form. Use "WWIC 2017" as the title of the book and "Y. Koucheryavy, E. Mamatas, A. Matta, A. Ometov, P. Papadimitriou" as the editors.
- The source files of your camera ready paper:
(i) For example, LaTeX2e files for the text and PS/EPS or PDF/JPG files for all figures.
(ii) Any further style files and fonts you have used together with your source files and that are not generally available at CTAN.
(iii) Final DVI file (for papers prepared using LaTeX/TeX).
(iv) Final PDF file (for reference).
(v) RTF files (for word-processing systems other than LaTeX/TeX - in that case (i), (ii) and (iii) do not apply).
Please ZIP all appropriate files (including the copyright form) and upload via EDAS as a final manuscript.
Please name your file as ZZZ.YYY, where ZZZ stands for paper's first author surname and YYY stands for zip, tar or other archive extension.