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The Third International Workshop on

Specialized Ad Hoc Networks and Systems (SAHNS 2011)

Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Thursday, June 23, 2011

 

In conjunction with

The 31st International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS 2011)

 

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Welcome!

The Third International Workshop on Specialized Ad Hoc Networks and Systems (SAHNS 2011) will be held in conjunction with ICDCS 2011, which is a flagship conference of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing.

 

SAHNS provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia, industry and government to present their latest research findings in specialized ad-hoc networks and systems.

 

Scope Summary

Ad hoc networks are today among the most active research topics in the area of mobile and wireless communication. Yet, many technical issues do not have sound general solutions applicable to all ad hoc networks. For many others, the general solutions for ad hoc networks might be too inefficient for specific application classes or individual applications.

 

As an alternative to one-size-fits-all general solutions in the area of ad hoc networking and systems, we want to stimulate the application-oriented divide-and-conquer approach to ad hoc network and system research. The goal is to provide sound and efficient specialized ad hoc networks and systems (SAHNS), suitable for building solutions specific for well-defined classes of applications or even individual applications.

 

We want to consider both specialized ad hoc networks and specialized ad hoc systems. The latter can be built on top of specialized ad hoc networks. Alternatively, they can be constructed independently of specialized ad hoc networks, e.g., on top of general-purpose ad hoc networks.

 

It should be emphasized that SAHNS is interested only in solutions specific to specialized ad hoc networks and systems. The Workshop is not interested in broad general-purpose solutions for all ad hoc networks and systems, or in generic solutions for extremely broad subclasses of ad hoc networks and systems. For example, the Workshop is not interested in general-purpose solutions for all sensornets or all P2P systems but is instead interested in specialized solutions for their application-oriented subclasses.

 

The areas of interest for Specialized Ad Hoc Networks and Systems (SAHNS) include, but are not limited to, the following:

         Design issues for SAHNS

         Development issues for SAHNS

         Operation and management issues for SAHNS

         Application issues for SAHNS

For more details of the scope of the SAHNS Workshop please see Call for Papers.

 

Important Deadlines

Paper submission: Friday, February 25, 2011 Friday, March 11, 2011

Author notification: Friday, March 11, 2011 Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Online author kits posted by IEEE CS: TBA

Final camera-ready manuscript due: Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Historical Note

The Second International Workshop on Specialized Ad Hoc Networks and Systems (SAHNS 2009) was held on June 26, 2009, in Montreal, in conjunction with ICDCS 2009.

The First International Workshop on Specialized Ad Hoc Networks and Systems (SAHNS 2007) was held on June 29, 2007, in Toronto, in conjunction with ICDCS 2007.

 

Other Information

For further information, please contact the workshop chair.

 

Sponsors

 

Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Distributed Processing

 

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Last update on 27 February 2011

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