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  • SIGCOMM News | acm sigcomm
    L Salgarelli N Cascarano F Risso and K C Claffy II Editorial Zone Sigcomm A View from the Chair Bruce Davie A Brief History of the Internet Barry M Leiner Vinton G Cerf David D Clark Robert E Kahn Leonard Kleinrock Daniel C Lynch Jon Postel Larry G Roberts and Stephen Wolff The Workshop on Active Internet Measurements AIMS Report kc claffy Marina Fomenkov Ethan Katz Bassett Robert Beverly Beverly A Cox Matthew Luckie New Frontiers in Internet Network Management Ehab Al Shaer Albert Greenberg Charles Kalmanek David A Maltz T S Eugene Ng and Geoffrey G Xie Computing for Global Development Is it Computer Science Research Muneeb Ali and kentaro Toyama Invigorating the Future Internet Debate Dirk Trossen Yet Another Access Point Richard Gass and Christophe Diot CoNEXT Student Travel Grants October 3 2009 With support from the U S National Science Foundation and AT T ACM CoNEXT 2009 will provide a limited number of grants to students to attend the main conference as well as to participate in the ACM CoNEXT 2009 Student Workshop Deadline October 12 http conferences sigcomm org co next 2009 grants php SIGCOMM Test of time Award for 2009 September 4 2009 The Sigcomm Test of time award recognizes papers published 10 to 12 years in the past in Computer Communication Review or any SIGCOMM sponsored or co sponsored conference that is deemed to be an outstanding paper whose contents are still a vibrant and useful contribution today This year s test of time awardee is the paper titled A digital fountain approach to reliable distribution of bulk data by John W Byers Michael Luby Michael Mitzenmacher Ashutosh Rege which appeared in SIGCOMM 1998 Slides from Community Feedback Session September 4 2009 Slides from the Community Feedback Session in Barcelona have been posted The

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/news?page=6&destination=news (2016-04-25)
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  • NSDI Conference | acm sigcomm
    to address shared research challenges Papers are reviewed by a 20 member TPC Papers are 15 pages long double blind reviewed The meeting is 2 5 days and attendance is open The meeting currently alternates between US East Coast and US West coast and occurs yearly in the spring Scope and Summary NSDI will provide a high quality single track forum for presenting new results and discussing ideas that affect these disciplines We seek a broad variety of work that furthers the knowledge and understanding of the networking and systems community as a whole continues a significant research dialogue or pushes the architectural boundaries of large scale network services We solicit papers describing original previously unpublished research Specific topics of interest include but are not limited to Routing transport and signaling protocols and services Scalable techniques for high availability and reliability Design and implementation of high speed packet classification and transformation algorithms Security and robustness of networked systems Novel architectural approaches e g for specific application domains Network measurements workload and topology characterization Autonomous and self configuring network system and overlay management Network virtualization and resource management Distributed storage caching and query optimization Algorithms for distributed systems Operating system support

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/events/nsdi-conference?destination=node%2F267 (2016-04-25)
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  • Upcoming Deadlines | acm sigcomm
    2016 Los Angeles California USA http conferences sigcomm org imc 2016 index html Abstract Registration Deadline 5 May 2016 Paper Submission Deadline 12 May 2016 Dates 31 October 2016 2 November 2016 Sponsored by SIGCOMM Applied Networking Research Workshop 2016 Berlin Germany https irtf org anrw 2016 cfp Paper Submission Deadline 16 May 2016 Dates 16 July 2016 Sponsored by SIGCOMM CoNEXT 2016 International Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and

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  • Upcoming Deadlines for Sponsored by SIGCOMM Events | acm sigcomm
    Internet Measurement Conference 2016 Los Angeles California USA http conferences sigcomm org imc 2016 index html Abstract Registration Deadline 5 May 2016 Paper Submission Deadline 12 May 2016 Dates 31 October 2016 2 November 2016 Sponsored by SIGCOMM Applied Networking Research Workshop 2016 Berlin Germany https irtf org anrw 2016 cfp Paper Submission Deadline 16 May 2016 Dates 16 July 2016 Sponsored by SIGCOMM CoNEXT 2016 International Conference on emerging

    Original URL path: http://sigcomm.org/deadlines/sponsored?destination=deadlines%2Fsponsored (2016-04-25)
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  • CCR Author Information | acm sigcomm
    experience a eight to ten week review process Paper submitted between the 2 nd of December and the 1st of March will be considered for the July issue Paper submitted between the 2 nd of March and the 1st of June will be considered for the October issue Paper submitted between the 2 nd of June and the 1 st of September will be considered for the January issue Paper submitted between the 2 nd of September and the 1 st of December will be considered for the April issue Authors will be required to send their camera ready paper two weeks after notification details below Please contact the CCR Editor for editorial submissions which should be submitted no later than eight weeks before the publication date For example editorial submissions for the January issue must be submitted no later than November 1 which is two months after the technical paper submission deadline Review process The review process is carried out under the responsibility of the editorial board All CCR technical submissions will be reviewed by up to three reviewers The target turn around time for the review cycle is approximately ten weeks from the submission deadline so that accepted papers are published in the issue of CCR following their submission deadline Editorial contributions will be reviewed by the Editor Most papers will be either accepted or rejected However when the review process suggests significant revisions papers may be revised and resubmitted to the next issue Authors are allowed to appeal editorial decisions In such instances they can submit a rebuttal of up to 300 words to the area editor in charge of the paper or to the Editor The Editor will make every effort possible to ensure a fair handling of any such request as well as a prompt resolution and final editorial decision Accepted papers will be accompanied by a public review written by the paper s assigned Area Editor The public review provides insight based on the reviews and possibly an independent third party comment of motivations for accepting the paper pointing out the contributions and interesting aspects of the paper mentioning perceived shortcomings identifying broader issues raised by the work etc Authors of accepted papers will have the option to comment on the public review in a subsequent CCR issue To exercise this option authors should submit a comment of up to 500 words to the Editor Instructions for submission Submissions should conform to the following specifications Submissions are limited to 6 six two column formatted pages Exceptions to the page length rule may be permitted by the Editor if the circumstances so demand Submissions must be in PDF format Submissions in other formats may be rejected Manuscripts should be single spaced except for papers containing a great deal of mathematical notation these should be prepared with as little additional line spacing as possible Please use a common font and do not include printer specific commands If you are using Latex please use ACM Sigcomm CCR

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  • Author guide | acm sigcomm
    have any way to ensure that the authors will revise their paper to fairly assess the shortcomings of the work they will typically err on the side of caution and reject submissions that fail to do so II 3 Keep Within the Page Limits Reviewers have to do a lot of reading Overlength papers do not win friends II 4 But Be Complete Sometimes authors struggling to stay within page limits leave out crucial details A classic example is the paper that omits some proofs for brevity Don t leave out a critical detail Find a way to fit it into the paper If there s a useful proof that won t fit in the main paper or the paper relies on a prior work of yours that you cannot cite due to anonymity consider attaching the proof or relevant piece of the anonymized paper in an appendix and referencing the appendix in the main body of the paper This approach has the double advantage of keeping the reviewer informed and showing that the author knows how to edit his or her work down to size A short appendix of this sort will not count against the page limits II 5 Write a Good Abstract Reviewers choose what papers to read based on the abstract So make sure that the abstract indicates what type of paper the reviewer may expect Each year there s usually a paper whose abstract makes it look like a systems paper but is actually a theory paper shyp causing systems people to work through the math To their credit the systems folks usually work through the math carefully and vice versa the theory folks will read a systems paper with care but it still means a review with less confidence behind it Reviews with less confidence are a concern because to be accepted a paper often needs someone on the program committee to argue strongly for acceptance If none of the paper s reviewers are confident of their reviews they are less likely to argue strenuously in favor One long time program committee member suggests writing your abstract to be be of interest to the committee members you believe are best qualified to review your paper II 6 Avoid Needless Buzzwords Every year seems to have a new buzzword or hot term Sometimes authors think that having the hot buzzwords in their paper increases the chance of acceptance Generally buzzwords don t help and sometimes hurt At more than one SIGCOMM PC meeting certain buzzwords have rapidly become swear words in response to their overuse III SPECIFIC ADVICE SIGCOMM deals with certain types of papers very frequently In this section I give some guidance to authors of certain popular types of papers III 1 TCP Performance Papers TCP performance is a well trod ground and so the standards for getting a TCP paper accepted are now quite high To be accepted at SIGCOMM a TCP performance paper should demonstrate that the proposed performance improvements have

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  • Hints, Tips, and Guides | acm sigcomm
    Username Password Request new password Home Authors Hints Tips and Guides Advice for preparing research for publication from past and present program committee members Author guide How to Increase the Chances Your Paper is Accepted at ACM SIGCOMM A Referee

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  • Policies | acm sigcomm
    and policies of interest to officers and conference organizers FAQ Frequently Asked Questions In cooperation workshops attendance policies reviewing extended abstracts Bylaws SIGCOMM bylaws are kept by ACM Elections SIGCOMM Officer Terms of Office Nominations Elections Conference planning Information intended to guide in planning the annual SIGCOMM conference including discussions of policies and best practices Code of Conduct ACM s zero tolerance policy against harrasment at our events CACM Research

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