The figure and table captions should contain enough context so that a reader can understand the content of the figure or table without having to refer to the text.
Any labels or uncommon abbreviations need to be explained in the figure or table caption.
If in doubt, consult a dictionary such as the (on line) Merriam Webster.
Arial and other sans-serif fonts are fine for slides and posters, but are harder to read in continuous text. Unusual fonts are less likely to be available at the recipient and may cause printing or display problems.
Of particular interest are experiments on publicly available testbeds such as GENI, the Fed4FIRE testbeds, Emulab, Cloud Lab, Deter Lab, ORBIT, One Lab, FIT, Planet Lab, among many others.
The CNERT workshop has a strong experimental component and includes a live demo session.
The journal focuses on all technical and practical aspects of Computer Networks & data Communications.
The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to focus on advanced networking concepts and establishing new collaborations in these areas.
IJCNC is highly selective and maintains less than 5% acceptance rate.
All accepted papers will be tested for plagiarism manually as well as by Docoloc.