Journal of High Speed Networks

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ISSN: 0926-6801
Volume 18; 4 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 17:4) online on 18 March 2011
Next issue (volume 18:1) scheduled for June 2011

Aims and Scope
Editorial Board
Submission of Manuscripts
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Position to be filled

Founding Editor
Prof. Deepinder Sidhu

Editorial Board
A. Acampora S. Keshav
A. Bicak L. Kleinrock
C.I Chang A. Krishna
F.S. Choa S. Kulkarni
H.A. Choi S. Kumar
A. Chung L. Landweber
J.A. Cobb D. Mitra
R. Cruz B. Mukherjee
S. Fahmy M. Steenstrup
I. Gopal F. Tobagi
M.G. Gouda S.K. Tripathi
Z.J. Haas A. Varma
C.-T. Huang R. Watson
R. Jain I. Weerakoon

Submission of Manuscripts 
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Aims and Scope 
The Journal of High Speed Networks will serve as an archive for papers describing original results of lasting significance in both the theory and practice of high speed networks. The journal will publish contributed papers on original research, survey papers on topics of current interest, technical notes, and short communications to report progress on long-term projects. Submissions to the Journal will be refereed consistent with the review process of leading technical journals.
The aim of this international journal is to publish original and significant results on the research and development of high speed data and telecommunication networks. The main goal will be to provide timely dissemination of information.
The journal will publish papers on a number of topics ranging from design to practical experiences with operational high speed networks. The topics covered will include but not be limited to:
  • Design and analysis of high speed networks;
  • High speed LANs, MANs and WANs;
  • All optical networks and applications;
  • High speed switches, interfaces and controllers;
  • Routing, flow control and congestion control in highspeed networks;
  • Protocols for high speed communications;
  • Broadband ISDN and services;
  • Control and management of high speed networks;
  • Applications of high speed networks;
  • Experiences with operational high speed networks;
  • Formal approaches to high speed protocol development;
  • Network management;
  • Multimedia applications;
  • Optical networks;
  • Multi-Protocol Label Switching.

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