CFP: Special Issue on Real-Time Wireless Sensor Networks

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Call for Papers
Special Issue on Real-Time Wireless Sensor Networks
Real-Time Systems Journal
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URL: http://www.cse.wustl.edu/~lu/rts.htm

Guest Editors

Insup Lee
Department of Computer and Information Science
University of Pennsylvania

Chenyang Lu
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Washington University in St. Louis

Scope

Wireless sensor networks represent a new generation of distributed embedded
systems with a broad range of real-time applications. Examples include
medical care, fire monitoring, border surveillance, and highway traffic
coordination. Such systems must meet new kinds of timing constraints under
severe resource limitations in highly dynamic environments. Wireless sensor
networks challenge many classical approaches to real-time computing.
Wireless networking protocols, operating systems, middleware services, data
management, programming models, and theoretical analysis all fundamentally
change when confronted with such new systems and environment.

This special issue seeks papers describing significant research
contributions on real-time issues of wireless sensor networks for fast-track
publication. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Case studies and experiences of real-time applications
* Real-time embedded operating systems, middleware, and data services
* Real-time and QoS-aware wireless sensor network protocols
* Programming models and tools for real-time applications
* Analysis of timing properties and performance bounds

Important Dates

Submission Deadline July 1st, 2006
Feedback to Authors September 1st, 2006
Final Manuscript October 15th, 2006
Publication January 2007

Paper Submission Guidelines

Authors are encouraged to submit high quality, original works which have not
appeared, nor are under consideration, in other journals. Papers should be
no longer than 40 double-spaced pages. Paper submissions must be made
electronically, in PDF format by e-mail to l...@cse.wustl.edu. More
information is available at http://www.cse.wustl.edu/~lu/rts.htm.

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