CFP: Revised Schedule

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Subject: CFP: Revised Schedule

Dear Colleagues:

There has been a discrepency in the submission dates for
Computer Communications special issue on ATM network algorithms,
as announced in the journal and in my previous email messages. 
To adhere to the latter date (as announced in the journal), 
the submission deadline has been postponed to April, 30, 1995. 
The revised schedule is attached below. I apologize for any inconvenience. 

Sincerely,

Bala Rajagopalan
(braja@qsun.att.com)

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                           CALL FOR PAPERS
                       COMPUTER COMMUNICATIONS:
           SPECIAL ISSUE ON ALGORITHMS FOR ATM NETWORKS 
===========================================================================

The international data communications research journal "Computer
Communications" announces a special issue on  

Algorithms for ATM Networks

Guest Editor: Dr. Bala Rajagopalan 
AT&T Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, New Jersey, U.S.A

ATM has been widely acknowledged as the technology for broadband ISDN. 
Many local and wide-area ATM networks are in use and more are on
the way to deployment. While progress has been made in standardizing 
ATM network access, much work is still underway on resolving many key 
networking issues.

This special issue of "Computer Communications" aims to present and
document current research and experience in the design, analysis and 
implementation of ATM network algorithms. The focus will be on practical 
algorithms for routing, traffic management, internetworking and allied 
functions. Relevant topics include:   

-  virtual circuit routing and admission control
-  multicasting
-  internetworking
-  resource allocation
-  congestion control
-  policing 
-  dynamic bandwidth sharing
-  queueing disciplines 
-  performance models
-  implementation experience


IMPORTANT DATES:

Submissions due: April, 30, 1995 
Author notification: June, 30, 1995
Final Manuscripts: August, 30, 1995
Publication Date: Autumn, 1995


AUTHOR INFORMATION: 

Submissions made to the special issue should not have appeared in, or
been submitted to other archival publications. All papers will be
subjected to the journal's usual refereeing process. Papers developed
from earlier conference and workshop presentations are welcome.

Prospective authors should send six copies of their manuscript (in
English), or an electronic version in postscript form (preferred), 
to the guest editor:     

Dr. Bala Rajagopalan
AT&T Bell Laboratories, Rm 1F-401A
101 Crawfords Corner Road
Holmdel, NJ 07733
U.S.A
Tel: +1 908 949 8017; Fax: +1 908 949 1726; 
Email: braja@qsun.att.com

Authors are advised to consult the journal's 
'Notes for Authors Submitting on Disk', published in the journal or
available from the General Editor (PO Box 31, Market Harborough, Leics
LE16 9RQ, UK)  or from the US Editor (Raj Yavatkar, Department of
Computer Science, University of Kentucky, 40506-0046, USA,
raj@dcs.uky.edu) before submitting their papers. Publication guidelines
are also available in the world-wide web, at http://www.elsevier.nl/