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Mobile Computing and Communications Review
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Objectives and Scope
MC2R Objectives:
  • Places a strong emphasis on quick publication of interesting completed or work-in-progress technical work.
  • Publishes articles that provide a healthy balance between state-of-the-art research and practice.
  • Provides thorough pre-publication reviews of every article by experts in the field.
  • Keeps the SIGMOBILE community appraised of relevant happenings in this area, by providing regular features on the status of major international (ITU, ISO, IEEE, etc.) standards in mobile computing and communications.
  • Provides a variety of additional services, such as bibliographies of recent publications in other journals, paper and book reviews, workshop and conference reports, calls for papers, information on research groups from throughout the world, bibliographies and locations of technical reports, and general news in the field.
  • Helps first-time authors who have interesting research ideas get their work into print.

MC2R Scope:

  • Applications and computing services supporting the mobile user
  • Network architectures, protocols, or service algorithms
  • Performance characterization of mobile/wireless networks
  • Network management for mobile and wireless networks
  • Data management and databases for mobile environments
  • Service integration and interworking of wired and wireless networks
  • Interaction between different layers of mobile or wireless systems
  • Security, scalability, and reliability issues
  • Nomadic computing
  • Wearable computing and networking
  • Satellite communications
  • Quality of service and integrated services in mobile or wireless networks
  • Mobile Internetworking
  • Intelligent network signaling
  • Mobile VoIP
  • Mobile ad hoc and sensor networks
  • Power management and control algorithms
  • User interfaces and systems design
  • Theory/algorithms
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