Call for Papers
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Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
• Digital Information Processing and Communications
• Access Controls
• Assurance of Service
• Biometrics Technologies
• Cloud Computing
• Computational Intelligence
• Computer Crime Prevention and Detection
• Computer Forensics
• Computer Security
• Confidentiality Protection
• Critical Infrastructure Management
• Data Compression
• Data Management in Mobile Peer-to-Peer Networks
• Data Mining
• Data Stream Processing in Mobile/Sensor Networks
• Distributed and Parallel Applications
• Embedded Systems and Software
• Forensics, Recognition Technologies and Applications
• Fuzzy and Neural Network Systems
• Green Computing
• Grid Computing
• Image Processing
• Indexing and Query Processing for Moving Objects
• Information and Data Management
• Information Content Security
• Information Ethics
• Information Propagation on Social Networks
• Internet Modeling
• Mobile Networking, Mobility and Nomadicity
• Mobile Social Networks
• Mobile, Ad Hoc and Sensor Network Management
• Multimedia Computing
• Network Security
• Peer-to-Peer Social Networks
• Quality of Service, Scalability and Performance
• Real-Time Systems
• Resource and Knowledge Discovery Using Social Networks
• Self-Organizing Networks and Networked Systems
• Semantic Web, Ontologies
• Sensor Networks and Social Sensing
• Signal Processing, Pattern Recognition and Applications
• Social Networks
• Social Search
• Software Engineering
• Ubiquitous Computing, Services and Applications
• User Interfaces and Usability Issues form Mobile Applications
• User Interfaces, Visualization and Modeling
• Web Services Architecture, Modeling and Design
• Web Services Security
• Wireless Communications
• XML-Based Languages
By submitting a paper to ICCIP, the authors agree to the review process and understand that papers undergo a peer-review process. Manuscripts will be reviewed by appropriately qualified experts in the field selected by the Conference Committee, who will give detailed comments and — if the submission gets accepted — the authors submit a revised ("camera-ready") version that takes into account this feedback.
All papers are reviewed using a single-blind review process: authors declare their names and affiliations in the manuscript for the reviewers to see, but reviewers do not know each other's identities, nor do the authors receive information about who has reviewed their manuscript.
The Committees of ICCIP 2017 invest great efforts in reviewing the papers submitted to the conference and organising the sessions to enable the participants to gain maximum benefit.
ICCIP is utterly intolerant of plagiarism. Submitted papers are expected to contain original work executed by the authors with adequate, proper and scholarly citations to the work of others. It is the job of the authors to clearly identify both their own contribution(s) and also published results / techniques on which they depend or build. Reviewers are charged to ensure these standards are met.
If the author is found to commit an act of plagiarism, the following acts of sanction will be taken:
1. Reject the article submitted or delete the article from the final publications.
2. Report the authors violation to his/her supervisor(s) and affiliated institution(s)
3. Report the authors violation to the appropriate overseeing office of academic ethics and research funding agency.
4. Reserve the right to publish the authors name(s), the title of the article, the name(s) of the affiliated institution and the details of misconduct, etc. of the plagiarist”.
By submitting a manuscript to ICCIP, authors acknowledge that it has not been previously published or accepted for publication in substantially similar form in any peer-reviewed venue with publicly accessible papers, including journals, conferences, workshops, or other peer-reviewed, archival forums. Furthermore, no paper substantially similar in content has been or will be submitted to another peer-reviewed conference or workshop with publicly accessible papers during the review period.
The authors also attest that they did not submit a substantially similar submission to ICCIP 2017. As a rule of thumb, the ICCIP submission should contain no more than 20 percent of material from previous publications. Violation of any of these conditions will lead to rejection.