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CQR 2014 - 2014 International Communications Quality and Reliability (CQR) Workshop

Date2014-05-13 - 2014-05-15


VenueTucson, USA - United States USA - United States



Topics/Call fo Papers

IEEE Communications Society
2014 International Communications Quality and Reliability (CQR) Workshop
The IEEE CQR International Workshop is held annually
with the purpose of bringing together industry and
academic experts to present and discuss communications
quality, reliability and security issues as they relate
to real world issues. The output from the workshops
adds to the community's body of knowledge and serves
to inform, help form opinion, and to assist in the
development of best practice and relevant standards.
Continuing the tradition of this series of workshops,
CQR 2014 will provide an international technical forum
for experts from industry and academia to exchange
ideas and present results of ongoing research in the
areas listed below. This year, special focus will be
on the challenging issues related to the requirements,
metrics, measurement, management, and dissemination of
Communications Quality & Reliability.
The Workshop has two program tracks: Industry-focused
Strategic Track and Technical Paper Track.
For the Strategic Track, 3 themes are organized into
three segments with one segment on each day. The content
of the Strategic Track will be announced later.
For questions on the Strategic Track, please contact
the General Program Co-Chairs.
For the Technical Paper Track, you are invited to
submit a paper related to various aspects of QoS and
Reliability for the following networks/services:
-Grid and Distributed Computing
-Mobile and Ad Hoc Networks
-Overlay Networks
-Multimedia Networks and VoIP Services
-VPN, MPLS and Multicast Services
-Web Services
-Broadband Audio Visual Services
-Multi-sensory Communications
-Current and Next-generation Internet
-Emerging Technologies and Services
-Optical Access Networks and Services
The detailed technical area includes:
-Measurements Techniques
-Network Architecture and Design
-Network Security
-Network Survivability
-Operations, Administration and Maintenance
-QoS Metrics and Measurement
-QoS Policy and Assessment
-QoE Assessment and Management
-Security and Reliability Issues
-Traffic Control
-Traffic Modeling and Characterization
Technical Paper Submission Guidelines
Papers should describe original work, and be 4-6
two-column and single-spaced pages in IEEE conference
style. The first page should indicate the email
addresses of the corresponding author. Paper submission
must be made via EDAS (
Papers accepted for CQR 2014 will be included in the
Workshop Proceedings, IEEE XPlore, and EI Index, with
the exception that IEEE reserves the right to exclude
any paper from distribution after the conference (e.g.,
removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented
at the conference. Papers that are removed from IEEE
Xplore will not be available through the EI Index.
For questions on the Technical Paper Track, please
contact the Technical Program Secretary Ken-Ichi Suzuki
General Program Co-Chairs:
Martin Guldberg, Verizon Wireless, USA
Technical Program Chair:
Professor Katsunori Yamaoka
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Technical Program Secretary:
Ken-Ichi Suzuki, NTT, Japan
For a complete list of the TPC members, please visit the
CQR2014 website
Paper Submission Key Dates:
Extended to Jan. 29, 2014 Paper submission deadline
Feb. 28, 2014 Notification of acceptance
Mar. 28, 2014 Camera-ready paper submission deadline
May 13-15, 2014 CQR2014 Workshop.

Last modified: 2014-01-16 23:36:34