Realistic Evaluation of Kernel protocols and Software Defined Wireless Networks with DCE/ns-3
Emilio P. Mancini (INRIA, France); Hardik Soni (INRIA, France); Thierry Turletti (INRIA, France); Walid Dabbous (INRIA, France); Hajime Tazaki (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Mobility in a large-scale WiFi network: From syslog events to mobile
Jennie Steshenko (University of Massachusetts, Amherst); Vasanta G. Chaganti (University of Massachusetts, Amherst); James Kurose (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
Thank you to everyone who submitted proposals! We look forward to seeing you in Montreal!
Laura Marie Feeney
Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden
Sylvia Kouyoumdjieva (shadow/student assistant)
Submissions will be handled via EasyChair. Details
The 17th ACM International Conference on Modeling,
Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWiM 2014) invites submissions for
the Demo/Tools Program. Proposed demonstrations should highlight recent results or on-going
work related to modeling, simulation, and development of wireless and mobile networks
and systems. This program is intended to provide an opportunity for researchers and developers to
inform the research community about innovative modeling and simulation platforms, analysis tools,
performance evaluation and optimization, and other applications.
Submissions reflecting both mature systems and work-in-progress
are encouraged. We also encourage submissions describing a significantly improved or
updated demo/tool that has already been presented in the published literature. Authors of papers
submitted to the MSWiM conference are most welcome to also submit a demo/tool proposal related to
Proposals should clearly describe both the technical
contribution of the work and what the proposed demonstration will show. Submissions will
be evaluated for their innovation, technical contribution, presentation, and relevance, as well
as for their suitability as a demonstration.
Accepted demonstrations will be presented at Demo/Tools
sessions at the MSWiM 2014 conference. Authors are also encouraged to display a poster about
their work. During the Demo/Tools sessions, at least one author must be present to show the demo
and discuss their work.
Papers corresponding to the demos/tools will
be published in full text (4 pages max) in a separate Proceedings Volume that will
be distributed during the Conference.
Tools and Demos Submission Instructions
Proposals should provide an
informal description of the proposed demonstration, covering both the technical
contribution of the work and the demonstration itself. Please include a section
highlighting what attendees will be able to see or do during your demo and also note
any equipment or facilities that you will need. Authors are welcome (but certainly not
expected) to include a link to a short video -- a regular text proposal is
still required, however.
Please submit as a single pdf file of no more
than 2 pages of text and references in two-column ACM format. To encourage good
visual content of the abstracts, up to 2 pages of figures, photos, screenshots, etc
may also be included in the abstract, for a total length of 4 pages. (Note: It is not
necessary to measure figures to the exact cm, but authors are expected to respect the 2+2 page
You can find ACM format templates
Submissions will be handled via EasyChair.
Inquiries about demos/tools Session should
be directed to the Demos/Tools Chair:
Laura Marie Feeney (firstname.lastname@example.org).
June 1st, 2014 June 20th, 2014 (extended)
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection:
June 15th, 2014 June 30th, 2014 (extended)
Camera Ready Version Due: TBA