The 5th Workshop on the Internet, Telecommunications and Signal Processing


11th-13th December 2006
Hobart, Australia
Call for papers

Preliminary Program

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The 5th Workshop of the Internet Telecommunications and Signal Processing, WITSP'2006 has been planned by a group of academics and professionals to provide a forum for exchange of ideas between researchers including postgraduate research students and practicing engineers on all aspects related to the Internet and Telecommunication Systems. The main emphasis, as in all the previous WITSPs is on the use of signal processing as a tool to make the Internet operate better and more efficiently. However, the scope of the papers considered for the Workshop is not limited just to this area. Contributions are also sought from the area of networking, including protocols, security, and applications. In addition, it is expected that, as during the previous events, several contributions will be dealing with image, video and audio processing for multimedia, and forensic applications, the security of private and corporate data, and advanced data processing algorithms. The Organizing Committee of the Workshop decided to hold it in Hobart on 11-13 December 2006.

Previously unpublished contributions to the following technical areas, but not limited to, are solicited:
  • Traffic modelling
  • Protocols
  • Embedded Internet devices
  • New and enhanced services
  • Resource and information management
  • Adaptive QoS provisioning
  • End-to-end QoS
  • Emerging technologies
Fixed Networks
  • Optical networks and switching
  • Network architectures and equipment
  • Programmable networks
  • Test-beds and trials
  • New and enhanced services
  • Network gaming
Wireless Networks
  • Mobile ad hoc networking
  • Personal area networking
  • Convergence of different network types
  • Broadband Wireless Access
  • IP and Mobility
  • Home networking
  • Access technologies
  • Future wireless networks
  • Test-beds and new applications
Telecommunication technology
  • Channel measurements and modelling
  • Coding and modulation techniques
  • MIMO - theory and trials
  • Spread Spectrum and CDMA systems
  • OFDM technology
  • Space-time coding
  • Ultra Wide-Band Communications
  • Antenna systems
Information Security
  • Security primitives and algorithms
  • Security of wireless and distribution networks
  • Programmable networks security
  • Authentication and authorization
  • Encryption
  • Data integrity
  • Data mining
Multimedia signal processing
  • Streamed multimedia applications
  • Algorithms and implementations
  • Image and video processing
  • Error concealment techniques
  • Management of multimedia services
  • Test-beds and trials
  • Multimedia games
DSP algorithms and hardware implementations
  • DSP implementation in hardware
  • DSP algorithms
  • Smart antennas and tracking algorithms
  • Signal separation
  • Signal identification



South Australia Communications and Signal Processing Chapter