Call for Papers
Internet Technology Series - May 2007
Series Editors: Mohammed Atiquzzaman
(Univ. of Oklahoma)
and Mohsen Guizani (Western Michigan University)
The Internet Technology
series of the IEEE Communications Magazine is calling for original tutorial and
survey papers on Internet Technology. Topics include (but not limited to):
Communications Magazine is read by tens of thousands of Communications
Society members. The magazine has also been ranked as the number 1
telecommunications journal according to the ISI citation database for year 2000
and as number three for year 2001. The papers will be available on the Internet
through Communications Magazine Interactive, the WWW edition of the magazine.
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- Ultra-High-Speed Routers
- Congestion Control
- Emerging Internet Protocols
- Mobile/Wireless Internet or Mobile VoIP
- Mobility Management
- QoS Protocols and Mechanisms
- 3G IP and related Internet Standards
- Testbeds and applications
Sample publications published within the Internet Technology Series can be
found in the May 2003,
Oct 2003, and
May 2004 issues of the IEEE Communications Magazine.
||Oct 1, 2006|
|Notification of acceptance:
||Jan 1, 2007|
|Final copy due:
||Two months before final publication date|
|Prospective Magazine issue
How to Submit ManuscriptsArticle Style Information
should be tutorial in nature and should be written in a style comprehensible
to readers outside the specialty of the article.
- Articles may
be edited for clarity and grammatical accuracy, and will be copyedited
according to the magazine's style.
equations should not be used (in justified cases up to three simple
equations could be allowed, provided the consent of the Guest Editor; more
than three equations require permission from the Editor-in-Chief).
should be included only to guide readers to more information on the topic;
the reference list should not include every available source (a limit of ten
references is recommended; more than 15 references require permission from
the Editor-in-Chief). References to Web pages should not be used in a
printed version of the article except for very justified cases and Web sites
with a proven stability, e.g., such as IEEE Communications Surveys
(see also section related to Multimedia Enhancement).
should not exceed 4500 words. Figures and tables should be limited to a
combined total of six.
- If the
article exceeds these recommended limits, contact the Guest Editor (or the
Editor-in-Chief) handling the manuscript.
should be included for indexing purposes
your paper online at
http://commag-ieee.manuscriptcentral.com. After logging in, go
to the Author Center, and select "Internet Technology Series" from the drop-down
menu on the Manuscript Details page.