Computer Networks Letters

Computer Networks Letters (CNL) is an international, peer-reviewed; Open Access journal that publishes research articles on all aspects of Computer Networks. The scholarly journal provides a free and unrestricted access to the published findings in the concerned domain. The removal of copyright barriers to the flow of scientific information under the norms of open access is aimed at informing and educating about the latest research in Computer Networks. Individual manuscripts submitted by authors are peer-reviewed by experts from related research area. The journal covers fields of: Adhoc and sensor networks, Admission/Congestion/Flow Control, Authentication, Authorization, Accounting, Broadband Access Control, Congestion & Flow Control, Congestion Management, Cross-layer Optimization, Embedded Networks, Wireless communications, High-speed Access Networks, Home and SOHO Networks, Internet and Web Applications, IPv6 Deployment & Migration, Local Area Networks, Location-dependent Services, Mobile networks & Wireless LAN, Mobile Computing, Mobility Management, Multimedia & Real-time Communication, Multimedia Systems, Network Architecture, Network Management, Network Protocols & Wireless Networks, Network Reliability and Security, Network Security and Privacy, Network Traffic , Network Architectures, Networking Theory and Technologies, Internet and Web applications, Optical Networks, Overlay Networks, Peer-to-peer Networks, Performance Evaluation/Engineering, Performance Measurement and Tuning, Personal and Wearable Networks, Protocol Design and Analysis, Quality-of-Service Provisioning, Routing and Scheduling, Services and Interconnection of High Speed Networks, Storage Area Networks, Ubiquitous Networking, VoIP Blue tooth Technology, Wireless Networks, Recent trends & Developments in Computer Networks.


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Vol 3, No 1 (2018)

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M. Tahavori
M. S. Jasim M. Gatee
M. R.Razian
M.Golbabapour, M. Ardebilipour, B. Mahboobi3
F.Jalali , A. Ebrahimi, S. Alirezazadeh, F. Siar