Journal of High Speed Networks

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27; 4 issues
Last issue (27:2) online on 10 July 2021
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27:3 scheduled for October 2021
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The Journal of High Speed Networks is an international archival journal, active since 1992, providing a publication vehicle for covering a large number of topics of interest in the high performance networking and communication area. Its audience includes researchers, managers as well as network designers and operators. The main goal will be to provide timely dissemination of information and scientific knowledge.

The journal will publish contributed papers on novel research, survey and position 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 consistently with the review process of leading technical journals, based on originality, significance, quality, and clarity.

Papers, written entirely in English, must contain original work not published or under revision elsewhere.

The journal will publish papers on a number of topics ranging from design to practical experiences with operational high performance/speed networks. The topics covered will include but not be limited to:

Communication network architectures

  • Design, Optimization, Operation and Management of Wired and Wireless Local Area Network (LAN), Metropolitan Area Network (MAN), Wide Area Network (WAN) infrastructures
  • Traffic engineering, metering, monitoring
  • Network control and service architectures, quality of service and service level agreements
  • Next generation networks principles, protocol design and evaluation
  • Network signaling, pricing and billing
  • Unicast and Multicast Routing
  • Control and Optimization of Communication Systems
  • Congestion and Flow Management and Control
  • Optical networks and related switching technologies and control plane paradigms
  • Access and home high-speed networks (Passive Optical Networks and last-mile distribution systems)
  • Wireless, Cellular, and Mobile Communications
  • High speed network devices, interfaces and controllers
  • Reliability, availability, serviceabiliy, Fault-Tolerance and Error Recovery
  • Economic and Regulatory Issues in Network Communications
  • Performance evaluation, tools, modeling and simulation
  • Network Applications and case studies

Evolutionary networking protocols, services and architectures

  • Management of Evolutionary Network Services
  • Energy Efficient and Energy Saving Network Protocols and Architectures
  • Overlay and Programmable Networks
  • Content Delivery Networks
  • Network solutions for fully distributed architectures (Clouds, Grids)
  • Decoupled control/forwarding plane architectures
  • Agents, Mobile Agents, and Knowledge Based Technologies in High Speed Networks communications
  • Genetic and swarm-based networking architectures and protocols
  • Peer-to-Peer Networking and Network-related Services
  • Real Time Communication and Multimedia Services (VoIP, Online Games, Audio and Video Streaming)
  • Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks
  • On-demand networks, Pervasive and Ubiquitous Networking technologies
  • Cognitive Radio Networks
  • Network middleware
  • New Storage area networking solutions

Network Security

  • Security and privacy enforcement in telecommunication systems and networked applications
  • Secure content management in network communications
  • Network attacks, intrusion and anomaly detection, intelligent firewall solutions
  • modern network security architectures for adaptive access-control and cooperative intervention

All the above topics are open to both academy research and industry contributions and can be discussed in term of concepts, state of the art, emerging standards and technologies, implementations, running experiments, applications, and industrial case studies.


Francesco Palmieri
Department of Computer Science
University of Salerno
Via Giovanni Paolo II, 132 - I-84084 Fisciano, Salerno

Founding Editor

Prof. Deepinder Sidhu

Editorial Board
Anthony Acampora, University of California, San Diego, USA
Leonard Barolli, Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Fukuoka, Japan
Ali Bicak, Marymount University, Arlington, USA
Davide Careglio, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain
Arcangelo Castiglione, Salerno University, Salerno, Italy
Luigi Catuogno, University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy
Chein-I. Chang, University of Maryland-BC, Baltimore,  USA
Fow-Sen Choa, University of Maryland-BC, Baltimore, USA
Hyeong-Ah Choi, George Washington University, Washington, USA
Anthony Chung, DePaul University, Chicago, USA
Jorge A. Cobb, The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, USA
Raul Cruz, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Khalid Darabkh, The University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
Gianni D'Angelo, Salerno University, Salerno, Italy
Sonia Fahmy, Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA

Editorial Board (cont'd.)
Massimo Ficco, Second University of Naples, Naples, Italy
Inder Gopal, IBM Research Division, San Jose, USA
Mohamed G. Gouda, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA
Marco Gribaudo, Politecnico of Milan, Milan, Italy
‪Zygmunt Haas, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA
Chin-Tser Huang, University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA
Mauro Iacono, Second University of Naples, Naples, Italy
Raj Jain, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, USA
Leonard Kleinrock, University of California - Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA
Arvind Krishna, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Ossining, USA
Sandeep Kulkarni, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA
Srikanta Kumar, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA - ITO), Arlington, USA
‪Fang-Yie Leu, Thungai University, Taichung, Taiwan
Jin Li, Guangzhou University, Guangzhou, China
Michele Mastroianni, University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Caserta, Italy
Alessio Merlo, University of Genova, Genova, Italy
Mauro Migliardi, Padua University, Padova, Italy
Debasis Mitra, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, USA
Biswanath Mukherjee, University of California - Davis, Davis, USA
Raffaele Pizzolante, Salerno University, Italy
Sergio Ricciardi, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain
Martha Steenstrup, BBN Technologies, Cambridge, USA
Fouad Tobagi, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
Anjuli Varma, University of California – Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, USA
Luca Verderame, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy
Richard Watson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, USA
Ishan Weerakoon, Nixon & Vanderhye P.C., Arlington, USA
Fatos Xhafa, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain
Ilsun You, Soonchunhyang University, Asan, Korea

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Journal of High Speed Networks Peer Review Policy

The Journal of High Speed Networks is a peer-reviewed journal. Articles submitted to the journal undergo a single-blind peer review process. This means that the identity of the authors is known to the reviewers but the identity of the reviewers is not communicated to the authors.

All submitted manuscripts are subjected to initial appraisal by the Editor-in-Chief and, if found suitable for further consideration, to rigorous peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. Reasons to reject a paper in the pre-screening process could for example be that the work does not fall within the aims and scope, the writing is of poor quality, the instructions to authors were not followed or the presented work is not novel.

For papers deemed suitable to be reviewed, the Editor-in-Chief will invite reviewers to comment on the work and might consider inviting the reviewers suggested by the author(s). Reviewers are asked to excuse themselves from reviewing a submission if a conflict of interest makes them unable to make an impartial scientific judgment or evaluation. Conflicts of interest include but are not limited to: collaboration with the authors in the past three years; any professional or financial affiliations that may be perceived as a conflict of interest; a history of personal differences with the author(s).

As a standard policy, decisions are based on two reviews, in some specific circumstances one review may be deemed sufficient to make a decision on a paper. The Editor-in-Chief strives to ensure a typical turnaround time of three months.

Reviewers are asked to judge a paper on at least:

  • Logical, concise ordering of ideas
  • Use of sound research methods
  • Adequacy of documentation
  • Material has good applied use in the field
  • Readability and interest level

Based on the received reviews the Editor-in-Chief will make a decision:

  1. Accept article as submitted
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  4. Reject
  5. Consider for another issue/publication

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  1. The manuscript is suitable for publication and only requires minor polishing; thus, no further reviews are requested.
  2. The authors are required to make moderate changes to their manuscript. The manuscript becomes acceptable for publication if the changes proposed by the reviewers and editors are successfully addressed. The revised manuscript will be examined by the Editors-in-Chief and possibly sent back to all (or a selection of) reviewers for a second round of reviews. Authors are requested to provide a letter to the reviewers detailing the improvements made for the resubmission.
  3. In its current form, the manuscript is not suitable for publication. A resubmission would require substantial revisions and is only encouraged in special cases. The resubmitted manuscript will be considered as a new submission.
  4. The manuscript is rejected as it is deemed to be out of scope, not relevant, or not meeting the journal’s quality standards in terms of significance, novelty, and/or presentation.
  5. The manuscript is rejected as it is deemed to be better suited for a different journal or publication.

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