3rd International Conference on Distributed Computing and Internet Technology (ICDCIT 06)

Venue: Bhubaneswar, India

Location: Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India

Event Date/Time: Dec 20, 2006 End Date/Time: Dec 23, 2006
Registration Date: May 25, 2006
Early Registration Date: May 25, 2006
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The fusion of three important technologies: wireless communication, distributed computing and the Internet have played a key role in connecting people across the globe for collaborative net-centric computing and sharing of information. The research activities in these areas can be centered around three major themes, namely, network centric, program centric and data centric. The focus of Net Centric theme is on networking and quality of service issues. Program Centric theme is to deal with middle layer issues and the interaction between networking and software layers. Data Centric theme plays a central role in enabling the integration of information and applications running at geographically dispersed locations interacting with both Net and Program Centric layers.
The ICDCIT conference series since 2004 has established a prestigious international forum for exchanging ideas and results in the above areas and published proceedings as LNCS (vol. 3347 and vol. 3816) by Springer-Verlag. Technical papers describing original, unpublished results are solicited in the following areas but not limited to:

Net Centric
• Network Design-Algorithms
• Cross-Layer Optimization
• Internet Protocols
• Fault Tolerance/ Network Survivability
• Wireless Networks
• Location management
• Ad hoc/Sensor networks
• Scheduling and Power Control
• Resource Management
• Network Security
• Quality of Service

Program Centric
• Distributed Algorithms
• Grid Computing
• Middleware
• Web-based Services
• E-commerce/M-commerce
• Mobile Agents
• Mobile Computing
• Distributed System Security
• Self-stablizing Distributed System

Data Centric
• Data Grid
• Data Engineering
• Query Optimization
• Searching and Indexing
• Data Replication and Caching
• Un-structured and Semi-structured Data
• Streamed Data Management
• Multimedia Streams/Databases
• Secured Access Control

Paper Submission: The authors are requested to submit papers through the author's gateway. The submission type must be either PDF or PS. We regret inability to accept MS Word files. The page limit for all submissions is 14 pages. Authors are requested to follow LNCS format (http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs). At least one of the authors of the accepted papers must attend the conference. Last year, ICDCIT 2005 attracted over 450 submissions with the acceptance rate in the range of 15-18%.

Review and Proceedings: All submissions will be subjected to technical reviews by at least three experts. All accepted papers and abstract of keynote/invited talks will appear in the proceedings. The proceedings will be published as a volume of Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series.


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