International Journal on Web Service Computing ( IJWSC)


					International Journal on Web Service Computing (IJWSC)

					     http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/ijwsc.html

                                                   ISSN : 0976 - 9811 (Online) ; (print)

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Scope & Topics
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      Web Service Computing is a recent evolution in Distributed Computing series and it is an emerging and fast growing paradigm in the
 present scenario. Web Service Computing is a diversified discipline suite that related to the technologies of Business Process Integration
 and Management, Grid / Utility / Cloud Computing paradigms, autonomic computing, as well as the business and scientific applications.
It applies the theories of Science and Technology for bridging the gap between Business Services and IT Services. Service oriented
computing addresses how to enable the technology to help people to perform business processes more efficiently and effectively, ultimately
 resulting in creating WIN-WIN strategy between the business organizations and end users.  The greatest significance of the web services
is their interoperability, which allows businesses to dynamically publish, discover, and aggregate a range of Web services through the
Internet to more easily create innovative products, business processes and value chains both from organization and end user points of views. Due to these, this cross discipline attracts the variety of researchers from various disciplines to conduct the versatile research and experiments in this area.

      From these perspectives, this International Journal on Web Service Computing (IJWSC) is a quarterly open access journal aims to act
as a research platform to share and explore the main issues in Web Service Computing by publishing the current trends & technologies and
research methods in the associated fields and thereby to promote the related research community.

Topics of Interest
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      The researchers and practioners are invited to submit the quality research papers with the research findings which must not have been
published previously or be currently under consideration for publication in any other journals or conferences. Significant extensions of
substantive research papers published in reputed conferences are also invited with a special note on contribution on the extension part.
Research survey papers with superior quality are also invited.

Topics of the interests include the following;
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    * Web Service Computing Theory and Models
    * Business Service Systems Theory and Models
    * Service Oriented Architecture Models and Systems
    * Cluster, Grid, Utility and Cloud Computing Models and Systems
    * Tools and Technologies for Web Service Computing
    * Web Service Computing Metrics and Standards
    * Empirical Studies on Web Service Computing
    * Evaluation and Quality Models of Web Service Computing
    * Simulations and Developments of Web Service Computing Systems
    * Qualitative and Quantitative Studies and Analysis on Web Service Systems
    * Uncertainty Issues and Studies in Web Service Practices and Systems
    * Web and Business Information Services and Systems
    * Knowledge and Semantic Approaches Web and Business Service Domains
    * Web Service Domain Specific Case Studies and Application Systems
    * Other Related Topics

Paper Submission
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Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through E-mail : ijwscjournal@airccse.org or ijwscjournal@yahoo.com. Submissions must
be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal.

Important Dates:
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Submission deadline    : 05 November, 2010
Acceptance notification: 30 November, 2010
Final manuscript due   : 10 December, 2010
Publication date:        determined by the Editor-in-Chief

For other details please visit  http://airccse.org/journal/jwsc/ijwsc.html
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Applied Monitoring – CSEIJ


Call for papers:

Special issue on:”Applied Monitoring”

Guest Editor : John Woods, University of Essex, United Kingdom

Applied Monitoring:

The field of sensor networks focuses on the delivery of information across diverse networks, but tends not to consider the data or its reason for being. This special call moves from the confines of the network and explores the data and the sensing methodology surrounding it. With the advent of ubiquitous and powerful microcontrollers the ability to assimilate large quantities of data is trivial and commonplace. Practical use and exploitation of this data remains less well defined and provides a motivation for this call. The scope of this call includes the acquisition, processing, relay, archiving and retrieval of data from monitoring applications. As such the call is wide ranging but the solutions have commonality: to make sense of large quantities of spatially and/or temporally related data.

Subject Coverage:

v  Biometric analysis

v  Energy management

v  Environmental monitoring

v  Sensor design and implementation

v  Analysis of sensor data

v  Pollution monitoring and tracking

v  Vehicular management systems

v  Scene analysis using imaging

v  Change detection

v  Healthcare

v  Home automation

v  Power consumption profiling

v  Airborne particular measurement

v  Dispersion modeling

v  Security

v  Surveillance

v  Transducers

v  Underwater applications

v  Stereoscopy

v  Spatial and temporal analysis

v  Data archiving/mining

v  Video analysis and Meta data representation

Important Dates:

Deadline for submission of papers: January 15th 2011

Authors to receive a first decision by: March 15th 2011

Final notice of acceptance: June 15th 2011

Enquiries: Dr John Woods to whom enquiries should be addressed at woodjt@essex.ac.uk

Submission:

Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through submission system as well e-mail: eic_cseij@airccse.org

Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal.

Mobile Video Delivery over Broadband Wireless – CSEIJ


Call for papers:

Special issue on:”Mobile Video Delivery over Broadband Wireless”

Guest Editor: Martin Fleury, University of Essex, United Kingdom

Mobile Video Delivery over Broadband Wireless:

Video services are now set to dominate wireless network traffic, which were once given over to voice and data delivery. With the arrival of enhanced broadband wireless technologies such as IEEE.802.16e,m, 3G Long Term Evolution (LTE) and LTE-Advanced, there is sufficient capacity to support multicast and unicast video streaming, and interactive services such as mobile video conferencing and videophone, if latency issues can be resolved. Equally mobile devices such as the Android and iPhone or the emergent High Definition (HD) laptops support the display and generation of video content. Despite these facilities, many forms of error control need to be considered, because the wireless channel is prone to all manner of noise and interference. A compressed video stream is not only delay-intolerant but, because of entropy coding and motion compensated coding, is particularly susceptible to any form of data loss. Mobility itself requires handoff, horizontally or vertically, between broadband access base stations, which can cause disruption to the service. If the server is remote then an infrastructure network must connect together the base stations. Consequently, congestion control not just across the fixed network but within the wireless access network itself may be required. Congestion control is an end-to-end solution but cross-layer intervention has also been contemplated. In summary, his Special Issue will address the issues that are likely to arise as video delivery becomes ubiquitous in next generation wireless networks

Subject Coverage:

v  Video coding support for wireless transmission

v  Congestion control for heterogeneous wireless networks

v  Error resilience and/or Forward Error Correction and/or error control

v  Video over emergent wireless technologies

v  Quality of Service and Quality of Experience issues

v  Authentication, encryption and other security issues

v  Cross-layer intervention in favor of video services

v  Resource allocation and scheduling

v  Performance analysis, modeling and simulation

v  Handoff management especially IEEE 802.21 and roaming

v  Power management and energy conservation

v  Video services: IPTV, video-on-demand, video conferencing and videophone

v  Multicast and broadcast delivery of video content

Important Dates

Deadline for submission of papers: December 15th 2010

Authors to receive a first decision by: February 15th 2011

Final notice of acceptance: May 15th 2011

Enquiries: Dr Martin Fleury to whom enquiries should be addressed at fleum@essex.ac.uk

Submission:

Authors are invited to submit papers for this journal through submission system as well e-mail: eic_cseij@airccse.org

Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this Journal

The Third International Conference on Wireless, Mobile Networks & Applications (WiMoA-2011)


****call for paper****

The Third International Conference on Wireless, Mobile Networks & Applications (WiMoA-2011)

http://airccse.org/wimoa/2011/wimoa.html

May 25~27, 2011. Dubai, UAE


Scope &Topics


The Third International Conference on Wireless, Mobile Network & Applications (WiMoA 2011) is dedicated to address the challenges in the areas of wireless, mobile network issues & its applications. The Conference looks for significant contributions to the Wireless & Mobile computing in theoretical and practical aspects. The Wireless & Mobile computing domain emerges from the integration among personal computing, networks, communication technologies, cellular technology and the Internet Technology. The modern applications are emerging in the area of mobile ad hoc networks and sensor networks. This Conference is intended to cover contributions in both the design and analysis in the context of mobile, wireless, ad-hoc, and sensor networks. The goal of this Conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on advanced wireless & Mobile computing concepts and establishing new collaborations in these areas.

Authors are solicited to contribute to the Conference by submitting articles that illustrate research results, projects, surveying works and industrial experiences that describe significant advances in the following areas, but are not limited to

  • Algorithms and modeling for tracking and locating mobile users
  • Architectures, protocols, and algorithms to cope with mobile & wireless Networks
  • Broadband access networks
  • Complexity analysis of algorithms for mobile environments
  • Cryptography, security and privacy of mobile & wireless networks
  • Data management on mobile and wireless computing
  • Distributed algorithms of mobile computing
  • Energy saving protocols for ad hoc and sensor networks
  • Information access in wireless networks
  • Integration of wired and wireless networks
  • Integration of wired and wireless systems
  • Mobile ad hoc and sensor networks
  • Mobile applications, location-dependent and sensitive applications
  • Nomadic computing, applications and services supporting the mobile user
  • OS and middleware support for mobile computing and networking
  • Performance of mobile and wireless networks and systems
  • Recent trends in mobile and wireless applications
  • Resource management in mobile, wireless and ad-hoc networks
  • Routing, and communication primitives in ad hoc and sensor networks
  • Satellite communications
  • Service creation and management environments for mobile/wireless systems
  • Synchronization and scheduling issues in mobile and ad hoc networks
  • Wireless & Mobile Issues related to OS
  • wireless multimedia systems

Paper submission


Authors are invited to submit papers for the conference Submission system ( Easy chair ) by 15 November, 2010. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being evaluated for this conference. The proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer (LNCS) in the series of Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) Series (Confirmed). Selected papers from WiMoa – 2011, after further revisions, will be published in the special issues of the following international journals.

Important Dates


Submission Deadline: November 15, 2010
Authors Notification: January 30, 2011
Registration & Camera-Ready Paper Due: February 27,2011