The aim of the Workshop is to allow researchers and practitioners to present the design and implementation techniques for networked group communication. The focus of the Workshop is on multicast and networked group communication, ranging from link layer, through routing, and reliability and traffic control, right up to session and application level control mechanisms, and includes performance analysis and evaluation. This Workshop is the third of this international event in this area. The first workshop was in Pisa, Italy, in November 1999; the second was in Stanford, USA, in November 2000.
The workshop will start with a set of half-day tutorials on the 7th. The technical program will include two keynotes and invited talks on the 8th and the 9th of November 2001. Depending on interest level, and suitable proposed topics, there may also be a panel discussion as well as a poster session.
|Full paper due||14 June, 2001|
|Notification of acceptance||7 August, 2001|
|Camera-ready version due||3 September, 2001|
|Poster submissions due||1 October, 2001|
|Poster acceptance notification||7 October, 2001|
|Workshop||7-9 November, 2001|
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