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Netcod 2014 : The 2014 International Symposium on Network Coding

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Link: http://netcod2014.com/
 
When Jul 6, 2014 - Jul 8, 2014
Where Aalborg, Denmark
Submission Deadline Feb 15, 2014
Notification Due Apr 15, 2014
Final Version Due May 12, 2014
Categories    network coding   coding theory   information theory   communications
 

Call For Papers

Since the seminal work by Alhswede et al, which showed that the multicast capacity of a network can be achieved by allowing intermediate nodes to code packets instead of just forwarding or replicating them, network coding has come a long way from an information theoretic concept and has begun its transition into more practical applications and implementations. A variety of initiatives showing the potential of network coding to peer-to-peer systems, distributed storage, multimedia applications, and robust networking (amongst many others) have been reported. The 2014 International Symposium on Network Coding (NetCod 2014) aims to bring together members of the network coding community from both academia and industry, and to provide a forum for an in-depth coverage of the research developments and practical advances of network coding up to date.
Previously unpublished contributions from a broad range of topics are solicited, including (but not limited to) the following areas:

Shannon theory and the fundamentals of network coding

Network code constructions and algorithms

Joint source/channel and network coding

Since the seminal work by Alhswede et al, which showed that the multicast capacity of a network can be achieved by allowing intermediate nodes to code packets instead of just forwarding or replicating them, network coding has come a long way from an information theoretic concept and has begun its transition into more practical applications and implementations. A variety of initiatives showing the potential of network coding to peer-to-peer systems, distributed storage, multimedia applications, and robust networking (amongst many others) have been reported. The 2014 International Symposium on Network Coding (NetCod 2014) aims to bring together members of the network coding community from both academia and industry, and to provide a forum for an in-depth coverage of the research developments and practical advances of network coding up to date.
Previously unpublished contributions from a broad range of topics are solicited, including (but not limited to) the following areas:

Shannon theory and the fundamentals of network coding

Network code constructions and algorithms

Joint source/channel and network coding

Resource optimization for network coding

Security and Error Correction for Network Coding

Inter-session network coding

Network coding for distributed storage systems and caching

Network coding for content distribution and video streaming

Network coding for wireless networks, including MAC layer issues and protocol design

Robustness, energy, or delay aspects of network coding

Implementation and deployment of network coding



Paper submission instructions shall be posted in due time.

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