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TMA 2014 : 6th International Workshop on Traffic Monitoring and Analysis


Conference Series : Traffic Monitoring and Analysis
When Apr 14, 2014 - Apr 14, 2014
Where London
Submission Deadline Nov 15, 2013
Notification Due Jan 8, 2014
Final Version Due Jan 31, 2014
Categories    networking   internet   communications   computer science

Call For Papers


Sixth International Workshop
on Traffic Monitoring and Analysis (TMA)

London, UK, April 14 2014

Scope of the workshop

Now in its sixth year, the TMA workshop will continue its focus on
novel aspects of network measurements and traffic monitoring research,
with particular focus on validation (or invalidation) of
previous work.

The network measurement community frequently finds itself struggling
with reproducibility of previous findings. Reasons include
restrictions on the shareability of underlying datasets, as well as
the ephemeral nature of the subject under study. Therefore, the
measurement community stands to benefit considerably from research
that improves our understanding of these shortcomings and ways to
overcome them.

As a true workshop, TMA welcomes maturing research that provides
independent validation of existing work or commonly held beliefs,
reports on practical experiences gained with real-world measurements
and monitoring activities, or outlines a high-level vision for
measurement & validation.

Papers accepted to TMA 2014 will be published in IEEEXplore.

Relevant topics

TMA 2014 welcomes work in the area of Internet traffic monitoring and
analysis that

- reports on independent validation or critical revision of earlier
works on traffic analysis and network measurements;

- provides technology and material to enable and promote validation
works, such as shared datasets, tools, or collaborative platforms;

- reports hands-on lessons learned and operational experience gained
with performing measurement/monitoring in a real network setting,
e.g. discuss practical problems and workarounds in large-scale
monitoring campaigns for production use;

- defines methodologies for collecting and analyzing measurements in
different network environments (wireless and wired infrastructures,
social networks, home networks);

- proposes benchmarking methodologies to compare competing solution in
the field of traffic analysis;

- defines techniques for improving the repeatability of tests,
benchmarks, and validation studies;

- introduces novel measurement and analysis techniques while providing
all the necessary material for independent validation.

Important dates

Submission deadline: November 15, 2013 (hard deadline)
Author notification: January 8, 2014
Camera ready deadline: January 31, 2014

Submission guidelines

Submissions must not exceed 6 (six) pages including figures, tables,
and references, formatted in two columns, using 10-point type on
12-point leading, in a text block of 6.5" by 9", in PDF format.
Reviewing is single-blind; please include author information.

Please submit your papers at

Workshop organization

Workshop chairs: Alberto Dainotti (CAIDA, UC San Diego)
Anirban Mahanti (NICTA)
Steve Uhlig (QMUL)

Technical Program Committee:

Bernhard Ager, ETH Zurich, CH
Theophilus Benson, Princeton, USA
Ernst Biersack, EURECOM, France
Olivier Bonaventure, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Pedro Casas, FTW, Austria
Kenjiro Cho, IIJ, Japan
Italo Cunha, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Alessandro D'Alconzo, FTW, Austria
Amogh Dhamdhere, CAIDA, UC San Diego, USA
Xenofontas Dimitropoulos, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Benoit Donnet, University of Liege, BE
Jeff Erman, AT&T Research, US
Alessandro Finamore, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Phillipa Gill, Stony Brook University, USA
Mehmet Gunes, University of Nevada, USA
Guillaume Jourjon, NICTA, Australia
Michael Kallitsis, U Michigan, USA
Thomas Karagiannis, Microsoft research Cambridge, UK
Youngseok Lee, CNU, Korea
Myungjin Lee, University of Edinburgh, UK
Matthew Luckie, CAIDA, UC San Diego, US
Olaf Maennel, University of Loughborough, UK
Marco Mellia, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Andrew Moore, University of Cambridge, UK
Philippe Owezarski, CNRS, France
Cristel Pelsser, IIJ, Japan
Antonio Pescape', Univ. of Napoli, IT
Dario Rossi, TELECOM ParisTech, France
Nishant Sastry, King's College London, UK
Fabian Schneider, NEC Laboratories Europe, Germany
Aaron Schulman, University of Maryland, USA
Cigdem Sengul, Oxford Brookes University, UK
Ruben Torres, Narus Inc., USA
Narseo Vallina-Rodriguez, ICSI-Berkeley, USA

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