The objective of the Workshop is to provide an effective forum for original scientific and engineering advances in Assurance in Distributed Systems and Networks. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of ADSN, a special section on Assurance for New Generation Network is being planned. Concerning this section, a keynote address, a panel discussion, and a special session will be organized.
Along with rapid growth of the Internet cloud computing and ubiquitous networks, autonomous decentralized systems are connected with each other. In these distributed systems and networks, heterogeneous requirements are independently generated and the requirements themselves are frequently changing. Assurance in these distributed systems and networks is defined as capability of guaranteeing functional and nonfunctional system properties such as dependability, security, timeliness and adaptivity to heterogeneous and changing requirements.
The workshop theme is critical in meeting ever more demanding requirements for assurance in systems and networks, especially in the future Internet and ubiquitous networks. Technologies supporting assurance including integration of various technologies such as real time, fault tolerance, autonomy, mobility and intelligence will have to be incorporated in complex distributed systems and networks.
Topics of interest for this workshop include, but are not limited to:
Papers must be written in English, and they have to be Postscript, PDF, or Word format. The complete manuscript should be no more than 6 pages following IEEE conference proceedings style and guidelines. The following information must be provided on a cover sheet:
(1) paper title, full name, affiliation of the author(s) (2) full name, affiliation, complete address, phone and fax numbers and email address of the author to be contacted, as well as (3) an abstract (up to a 150 words).
September 30, 2010October 24, 2010 (Extended) Author Notification: November 15, 2010November 30, 2010 Final Manuscript Due: December 31, 2010
Kinji Mori, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Yoshiaki Kakuda, Hiroshima City University, Japan
Kenji Ishida, Hiroshima City University, Japan
Felicita Di Giandomenico, National Research Council (CNR), Italy
Chin-Tser Huang, University of South Carolina, USA
Xin Wang, Fudan University, China
Renee Bryce, Utah State University, USA Antonio Casimiro, University of Lisbon, Portugal Mainak Chatterjee, University of Central Florida, USA Yinong Chen, Arizona State University, USA Jorge Cobb, University of Texas at Dallas, USA Domenico Cotroneo, University of Naples Federico II, Italy Satoshi Fukumoto, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Junichi Funasaka, Hiroshima City University, Japan Naoki Imai, KDDI R&D Labs., Japan Hans-Arno Jacobsen, University of Toronto, Canada Eunjin Jung, University of San Francisco, USA Yoshiaki Kiriha, NICT, Japan Sandeep Kulkarni, Michigan State University, USA Miroslaw Malek, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany Paolo Masci, ISTI-CNR and Univ. of Pisa, Italy Yukikazu Nakamoto, University of Hyogo, Japan Hidenori Nakazato, Waseda University, Japan Edgar Nett, University of Magdeburg, Germany Ricardo Jiménez Peris, Technical University of Madrid, Spain Alexander Romanovsky, University of Newcastle, UK Matthieu Roy, LAAS-CNRS, France Juichi Takahashi, Sony, Japan Man Wang, Shanghai Institute of Computing Technology, China Laurence T. Yang, St Francis Xavier University, Canada Jin Zhao, Fudan University, China
Last update: Oct 1, 2010