CFP: Wiley Internet Technology Letters (November 30, 2020)
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FYI, thanks! Wiley Internet Technology Letters

Special Issue on Collaborative Networking Technologies for Content-oriented Future Networks 


https://pericles.pericles-prod.literatumonline.com/journal/24761508


Call for Papers ---------------------------------------- With the increasing usage of numerous content-oriented applications and services including Web news, live videos, video on demand, user-generated content sharing, etc, the Internet has evolved into a large-scale content sharing infrastructure. However, the address-driven TCP/IP architecture does not fit with the content-oriented applications and services fundamentally. For this end, the academia and industry have explored plenty of collaborative networking technologies for content-oriented future networks in terms of architecture, naming, addressing, routing, forwarding, caching, NFV, network slicing, QoS, traffic analysis, etc. For instance, the collaborative architecture based on ICN and TCP/IP is utilized to resolve the issues relevant to content delivery and data transmission in the specific scenarios or fields such as Internet of Things, satellite-aerial-terrestrial network, tactile Internet, Ad hoc network, Network in Box, smart cities, etc. Moreover, many ongoing and emerging collaborative caching and network slicing technologies have been adopted in content-oriented 5G (and beyond) mobile network, which could increase connected devices, improve network bandwidth and reduce transmission latency. Besides, there exist other collaborative technologies at the aspect of cross-layer design, content security and privacy, network management, and network intelligence, etc.

This special issue aims to present the state-of-the-art of collaborative networking technologies for promoting the current networks towards the content-oriented future networks. Specifically, topics of interest include, but are not limited to: • Collaborative technologies in network architecture • Collaborative technologies in naming and addressing • Collaborative technologies in routing and forwarding • Collaborative technologies in caching and content delivery • Collaborative technologies in NFV and network slicing • Collaborative technologies in QoS and traffic analysis • Collaborative technologies in cross-layer design • Collaborative technologies in content security and privacy • Collaborative technologies in network management • Collaborative technologies in network intelligence

Important Dates ---------------------------------------- Manuscript submission due: November 30, 2020 Author notification due: March 1, 2021 Final decision due: May 31, 2021

Guest Editors ---------------------------------------- Dr. Xuan Liu ( Lead Guest Editor ) School of Information Engineering, Yangzhou University, China; Email: yusuf@yzu.edu.cn

Prof. Periklis Chatzimisios Intern. Hellenic University, Greece Email: pchatzimisios@ihu.gr

Prof. Nadjib AIT SAADI UVSQ Paris Saclay, France Email: nadjib.aitsaadi@uvsq.fr

Dr. Syed Hassan Ahmed JMA Wireless, USA Email: sh.ahmed@ieee.org

Dr. Ali Kashif Bashir Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Email: dr.alikashif.b@ieee.org

Dr. Chaker Abdelaziz Kerrache University of Ghardaia, Algeria Email: kr.abdelaziz@gmail.com


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