International Journal of Internet and Distributed Systems
ISSN Online: 2327-7165

Aims & Scope

International Journal of Internet and Distributed Systems (IJIDS) is a unique platform for publishing novel ideas, research outcomes and fundamental advances in all aspects of Internet and Distributed Systems.

All manuscripts must be prepared in English and are subject to a rigorous and fair peer-review process. The journal publishes original papers including but not limited to the following fields:

· 3P and 4P service provisioning

· 6LoWPAN and related issues

· Algorithms

· Artificial Intelligence

· Broadband Communications

· Cloud Computing & Communications

· Computational Economy for Distributed Systems

· Computer Architecture and Embedded Systems

· Computer Based Education

· Content Delivery Networks

· Cyper Physical systems

· Data Communications

· Data Compression

· Data Encryption

· Data Mining

· Database Systems

· Digital Library

· Digital Signal and Image Processing

· Digital System and Logic Design

· Distributed and Parallel Processing

· Distributed Systems

· Future Internet and networks

· Future services

· Grid & P2P Computing

· IMS and related technologies

· Internet Architectures and Protocols

· Internet Quality of Service

· IPTV/IMS management.

· Mobile Cloud computing

· Network Management and Traffic Engineering

· Network-based Applications (VoIP, streaming)

· Networking Simulations

· Next generation networks

· QoS and QoE provisioning

· Route optimization

· Security of Communication Networks

· Self-Managing Systems

· Signaling for application sessions and networking

· Smart Grid systems

· Streaming services over wired/wireless access networks

· Theory, Modeling of Internet-based Systems

· Tools and Techniques for Network Measurements

· Wireless Network

Articles submitted to the journal should meet these criteria and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should follow the style of the journal and are subject to both review and editing.

We are also interested in:
1) Short reports—2-5 page papers where an author can present either preliminary data or an idea with theoretical background, but has not yet completed the research needed for a complete paper;
2) Short communications—2-5 page papers;
3) Technical notes—2-5 page papers;
4) Letters to the Editor (the number of pages is not restricted);
5) Reviews or book reviews—comments and critiques (the number of pages is not restricted);
6) Advertisement – 1-2 page papers;
7) News Letters – 1-5 page papers.