The continued evolution of the
Internet is characterized by dramatic changes in the way users behave,
interact with and use the network. Today's Internet content and
applications are increasingly delivered by ever larger content delivery
networks (CDNs) and cloud infrastructures. The sheer development of
novel end-user apps and multimedia services demands more and better
user centric quality concepts and metrics applied to real world
Other changes in the Internet, such as the explosion of mobile traffic and the growing deployment of encryption (e.g. HTTPS Everywhere) demand new approaches for characterizing and analyzing network traffic. Malicious and abusive traffic continues to evolve as well, and techniques for detection must evolve in kind.
The seventh edition of the TRAC workshop continues to serve as a forum for scientists and engineers in academia and industry to exchange and discuss their experiences and research results about all aspects of traffic classification, characterization, and analysis.
TRAC 2016 is technically sponsored by IEEE. Accepted papers will be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
|Paper submission:|| March 15, 2016
|Notification of decision:||April 15, 2016|
|Camera-ready submission:||May 10, 2016|
|Workshop dates:|| September 6-7, 2016
To ensure that your paper is included in the conference proceedings and appears in the IEEE Xplore library, at least one of the authors MUST register at the full rate and present the paper at TRAC 2016. No show papers will be removed from IEEE Xplore.
TRAC 2016 NEWS
- January 4th, 2016: Workshop website is online.
- February 1st, 2016: Keynote talks are announced.
- April 15th, 2016: Notification of decision.
- May 10th, 2016: Camera ready submission.
- May 31st, 2016: Program