ICCCN 2009 – Track on Internet Services, Systems and Applications (ISSA)

The Internet has evolved dramatically over the last decade in its ubiquity and hence the scale and diversity of services being offered. As a result, numerous research issues have emerged dealing with content distribution, networking, and application management. The track will focus on recent advances in the broad area of Internet Service and Applications. It aims to foster interaction of researchers and exchange new ideas by bringing together members of the networking, multimedia, and development communities. The technical program of the track consists of regular papers, position papers, and works in progress. We solicit original and unpublished research achievements spanning various aspects including, but not limited to the topics listed below.

In addition, we are especially interested in soliciting position papers (Is multicast dead, P2P will strangle normal Internet services, Network neutrality is a hopeless cause, etc.). Position papers should be noted with the keyword POSITION: in the title and will follow the page limits of normal papers.

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