International Conference on Computer Communication Networks

ICCCN 2011

Maui, Hawaii

July 31 - August 4, 2011

ICCCN 2011 – Track on Multimedia, QoS, and Traffic Modeling (MQTM)

The rapidly growing momentum behind worldwide broadband deployment and the emerging convergence of voice, video and data services offer the base for various modern multimedia applications such as movie on demand, video streaming, video conferencing, IPTV, and gaming over IP networks. The greatest challenge for those applications is the state of the transport network, which has limited bandwidth that can hardly meet the high Quality of Service (QoS) requirement for real-time video content. QoS control technologies will be the key for those applications to be successfully deployed. This is especially important due to the complicated network traffic such as unmanaged P2P traffic, overlay traffic or aggregated multimedia traffic, and managed IPTV traffic, which generally required different levels of QoS. Network traffic modeling and analysis technologies are critical to enable fair use of network resources among different types of traffic, while still achieving efficient and robust content delivery.

This track focuses on recent advances in QoS control technologies and network traffic modeling for multimedia communications. We solicit original and unpublished research achievements in various aspects of this field, including, but not limited to, the following topics:

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Important Dates

Conference paper abstract Due Feb 22 (closed)
Conference paper Due Feb 25 (closed)
Workshop paper Due Mar 25 (Firm)
Acceptance Notification April 25, 2011
Camera-Ready Due May 13, 2011
Registration Due May 13, 2011

Submission Link

Please note the submission guideline ( for ICCCN 2011.