[Bloat] TRAC 2012 (IEEE Sponsored) - Deadline Extended

Dave Taht dave.taht at gmail.com
Fri Dec 16 04:57:11 EST 2011

Perhaps this is of interest to some here.

I would certainly like to have some better tools than I do at the
moment, so I'd like to go, I just don't have anything worth saying....

                                 CALL FOR PAPERS
                                        TRAC 2012
 3rd International Workshop on TRaffic Analysis and Classification
                                   IEEE sponsored

                       August 27-31, 2012, Limassol, Cyprus


       co-located with IWCMC 2012 (http://iwcmc.org/2012/)

                              CALL FOR PAPERS

Brief description

The evolution of the Internet in the last few years has been
characterized by dramatic changes to the way users behave, interact
and utilize the network.

The rapid introduction of new categories of applications such as
network games and peer-to-peer, the increasing presence of malicious
traffic, and the widespread use of encryption techniques, make the
measurement, analysis and classification of Internet traffic a
challenging task.

The research community and many network operators are responding to
these changes by designing and deploying traffic measurement and
classification architectures of increasing complexity.

Such activities are pivotal for researchers, developers, service
managers and providers, as well as for end users involved in the
evolution of the networks.

Traffic classification and analysis mechanisms belong to the wide set
of tools that helps the allocation, control and management of
resources in IP networks. Following the development and the evolution
of Internet applications, new efficient classification techniques are
highly desirable to support advanced capabilities as regards network
monitoring, network resource management, anomaly detection, and
network auditing.

This workshop is intended to serve as a forum for scientists and
engineers in academia and industry to exchange and discuss their
experiences and research results about all aspects of traffic
classification and analysis.

Topics of interest

The workshop is soliciting high quality papers discussing original and
innovative experimental activities, unpublished and not currently
submitted for publication elsewhere, on topics, including but not
limited to, the following:
# Traffic classification algorithms and techniques
# Detection, analysis, and classification of network anomalies
# Distributed algorithms for anomaly detection
# Platforms for on-line, real-time traffic classification
# Comparisons among traffic classification techniques
# Privacy-preserving classification techniques
# Identification and classification of encrypted traffic
# Classification algorithms for anomaly detection
# Impact of sampling on network traffic classification
# Applications of traffic classification
# Data-reduction techniques for traffic traces
# Anonymization tools and their effects on traffic classification
# Traffic measurements, analysis and modeling
# Packet classification at ultra-high link rates (terabits)
# Fast table look-up
# Internet measurements and accounting support in switches/routers
# Advanced algorithms for deep packet inspection at high speed
# High speed packet processing

Important Dates
Papers submission deadline (extended):    January 20, 2012
Notification of decision:      March 25, 2012
Camera-ready deadline:         April 30, 2012

Instructions for Authors
Perspective authors are invited to submit using the EDAS system a full
paper of not more than six (6) IEEE style pages including results,
figures and references. Papers will be reviewed with the standard
reviewing procedure. Accepted papers will be published on IEEE
Digital Library.

TRAC 2012 co-Chairs
Christian Callegari, University of Pisa, Italy
(christian.callegari at iet.unipi.it)

Sandrine Vaton, Telecom Bretagne, France
(Sandrine.Vaton at telecom-bretagne.eu)

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