REMINDER: Call For Papers: Peer-to-Peer Internetworking
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This is CFP REMINDER of Peer-to-Peer Internetworking.
The deadline is Oct 7, 2003 (in JST/+0900).
DOI, Yusuke <ydoi@...>
Toshiba Corp., Research and Development Center
Call for Papers
(SAINT2004 International Workshop on Peer-to-Peer Internetworking)
co-located with the IEEE/IPSJ Symposium on Applications and the Internet
January 26-27, 2004
Paper Submission: Oct 7, 2003
Notification: Oct 20, 2003
Final Manuscript: Nov 1, 2003
Workshop Date: Jan 26-27, 2004
Theme: Internetworking Overlays
Over the past years, a number of peer-to-peer networks have appeared,
some with prominent success. However, the possibility and potential
of interconnecting these peer-to-peer networks have not been explored
Peer-to-peer internetworking is going to redefine the way peer-to-peer
networks are constructed. Since no single peer-to-peer network can
serve universal purposes, functional decomposition among multiple
peer-to-peer networks has to occur as peer-to-peer internetworking
framework is defined.
Peer-to-peer internetworking will facilitate the introduction of
heterogeneity, internationalization, monetary infrastructure, and
various security mechanisms.
This workshop is the occasion to address this theme widely, and is
intended to share latest research results and exchange ideas, thereby
promoting research activities in this area.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Interconnection of overlay networks
- Heterogeneous overlay networks
- DHT and other scalable lookup algorithms
- Overlay networks and monetary transaction
- Internationalization in P2P applications
- Security in overlay internetworks
- Resource discovery and location in overlay internetworks
Papers should be sent via e-mail to
<p2pi2004-submit@...-nara.ac.jp> no later than October 7th.
Acceptable document formats are PostScript and PDF. Please
include "P2PI SUBMISSION" in the subject of e-mail, in order to
facilitate anti-spam classification.
Please note that, according to the SAINT2004 organizing committee,
the workshop is subject to cancellation when enough paper
presentations are not accepted.
Yusuke Doi (Toshiba Corporation, Japan)
Youki Kadobayashi, Ph.D. (Nara Institue of Science and Technology, Japan)
Yuichi Kawasaki (Jnutella.org, Japan)
Hiroyuki Morikawa, Ph.D. (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Fumio Teraoka, Ph.D. (Keio University, Japan)