Research works dealing with network measurements and traffic monitoring have surged in the last decade, making this area of research one of the most active ones within the networking community. This type of research is empirical in nature as it ultimately deals with data obtained from a real-world system: the network and its users. In any field of experimental research, it is of paramount importance for the scientists to guarantee reproducibility of the experiment, which enables independent validation of results. As a matter of fact, validation works are rare in our community, and too often reproducibility of the results is regarded as a nice-to-have optional rather than a must-have requirement. Unfortunately, validation works are expensive to perform and bring little benefit to their authors. On the other hand, these works are important to improve the quality and credibility of the results. Independent validation works as well as reports about practical experience gained with real-world measurements and monitoring activities should be regarded as a service of fundamental importance offered to the research community, and as such they should be explicitly promoted.
To this aim we dedicate the second edition of the TMA Workshop primarily to this type of works. With respect to the area of network measurements, monitoring and analysis of network traffic at wide, we are soliciting papers that:
Submissions should not exceed 14 pages (8.5”x11”) , including figures, tables, and references, using the LNCS format. The conference proceedings will be published as hard-copy in a dedicated volume of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series by Springer Verlag.
Please, use the LNCS users' guide to format your paper.
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Camera ready version of the paper should not exceed 14 pages (8.5”x11”) , including figures, tables, and references, using the LNCS format. Some papers have been granted some additional pages, and authors have been notified accordingly.
The conference proceedings will be published as hard-copy in a dedicated volume of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series by Springer Verlag. It is then REQUIRED to use the LNCS users' guide to format your paper.
: Then camera ready version of the paper must be submitted to the My Review site. Detailed instructions have been sent by email.
Submission will be managed electronically. Please, refer to My Review page for details.