Journal of  Computer Networks and  Internet Research, CNIR

ISSN: AIML 1687-4846 Print, 1687-4854 Online, 1687-4862 CD-ROM

The CNIR  emphasizes on efficient and effective computer networks and internet  technologies, and provides a central forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and vendors from different disciplines to exchange ideas, identify problems, investigate relevant issues, share common interests, explore new approaches, and initiate possible collaborative research and system development. The  CNIR journal significantly benefits a wide variety of academic and industrial sectors.

 

Aims and scope:

Typical CNIR journal topics focuse on theoretical and experimental computer networks and internet research techniques. They include, but are not limited to:

  • BISDN, ATM and Flow control
  • Photonic Switching
  • Congestion and Admission Control
  • Protocol Design and Analysis
  • High-Speed Network Protocols
  • Network Management and Intelligent Networks
  • Network Reliability and Network Restoration
  • Network Signaling and Control Internetworking
  • Streaming and broadcasting protocols
  • Distributed Network Algorithms
  • Lightwave Networks
  • Cloud Computing and Storage area networks
  • E-LearningE-Governance
  • Multimedia Protocols and Video Networking
  • Multimedia Terminals and Systems
  • Multicast/Broadcast Algorithms & ATM
  • Network Design and Planning
  • Security and Privacy
  • Integrated Control of Networks
  • Switch Architectures and Traffic Management
  • Testbeds and MeasurementsNetwork Standards
  • Internetworking & IP
  • Wireless Networks and Protocols
  • Semantics and ontology based web systems
  • Personal Communications Systems
  • E-Systems and E-Social networks
  • E-Business and E-Admin

While the emphasis is on the publication of original research papers, position papers expressing stimulating viewpoints and philosophies, survey papers, and bibliographies are also published. Submitted papers are evaluated by the editors and those judged as presenting potentially significant research contributions within the scope of the journal are formally reviewed. Suitability for publication is based on relevance to the overall CNIR goals, originality, technical quality, importance, scientific contribution, and readability.

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