ACM SIGCOMM Internet Measurement Workshop 2001
November 1-2, 2001
San Francisco Bay Area
Internet Measurement Workshop is a one and a half
day event focusing on Internet measurement and analysis. Submissions
should contribute to the current understanding of how to collect or
analyze Internet measurements, or give insight into how the Internet
behaves. Examples of relevant topics are:
- Workload characterization
- Traffic engineering
- Web measurements
- Inter-domain and intra-domain routing
- Active measurement techniques
- Passive measurement techniques
- Anonymization/privacy issues
- Measurement-based inference of network properties
- Efficacy of content distribution networks
- Reassessment/testing of previous measurement findings
- Assessment of previous simulation/testbed findings
Submissions on new ideas and work-in-progress are encouraged. Papers
that do not in some fashion rely on measuring Internet properties are
out of scope.
The workshop is sponsored by
In addition to the published
proceedings, the Program Committee may also select a few papers for
fast-track submission for possible publication in
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.
Attendance will be limited to 50 participants, with priority given to
authors of accepted papers, program committee members, and authors of
The workshop is open to three forms of submissions:
- Full papers (up to 15 pages) should exhibit succinctness appropriate to the topics and themes they discuss.
- Extended abstracts (up to 4 pages), conveying work expected to mature somewhat between submission and presentation at the workshop.
- Brief abstracts (less than a single page) to be considered for a possible work-in-progress session.
Submissions must be in electronic form, as plain text, Postscript,
or PDF documents, following
All manuscripts must be in English. The top of the first page of each
paper should include the title of the paper, the authors and their
affiliations, and the full address for the contact author (e-mail,
phone, fax, mailing address).
Papers and extended abstracts accepted for presentation at the workshop
will be published by ACM in proceedings.
- 11PM EDT, June 29, 2001: HARD submission deadline
- August 3, 2001: Notification
- August 31, 2001: Camera Ready Copy due
- November 1-2, 2001: Workshop held in San Francisco Bay Area
- Christophe Diot, Sprint ATL (email@example.com)
- Balachander Krishnamurthy, AT&T--Labs Research (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Vern Paxson, ACIRI (email@example.com)
- Jennifer Rexford, AT&T--Labs Research (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Mark Allman (BBN/NASA GRC, USA)
- Martin Arlitt (Hewlett-Packard Labs, USA)
- Paul Barford (U. of Wisconsin, USA)
- Anja Feldmann (Univ. Saarbruecken, Germany)
- Geoff Huston (Telstra, Australia)
- Jeffrey Mogul (Compaq WRL, USA)
- Henk Uijterwaal (RIPE NCC, Netherlands)