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*12th IEEE Workshop on Performance Evaluation of Communications in
Distributed Systems and Web based Service Architectures PEDISWESA*

http://www.xanalytics.ca/pediswesa2020/index.html

*in conjunction with IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC
2020)*

https://conferences.imt-atlantique.fr/iscc2020/

*JULY 7TH - 10TH, 2020 – RENNES, FRANCE*









Performance evaluation is still a topic that attains a lot of attention in
both distributed and mobile systems as well as Web based services
architectures. Due to the recent advances in internet-based applications as
well as distributed and mobile communication systems, we are witnessing a
variety of new technologies. However, these systems are becoming very large
and complex at the same time. Several challenges remain to be resolved
before these systems become a commodity. Guaranteeing QoS and provisioning
of web-based systems as well as distributed and mobile systems and
evaluating their communication performance represent among the challenging
problem in the design of these systems. Quantitative analysis can be very
difficult and may be intractable because of the state space explosion. New
methods and tools have recently emerged for these kinds of complex systems,
such as Stochastic Automata Networks, Stochastic bounds, PEPA, etc.

This workshop focuses on the performance evaluation of both distributed and
mobile systems, as well as Web based services architectures using both
analytical methods and simulation studies. Authors are encouraged to submit
full papers presenting new research related to QoS and communication
performance evaluation of these systems. Submitted papers must not have
been published elsewhere nor currently be under review by another
conference or journal.

*Topics of interest include* (but are not limited to):

   - Routing optimization
   - Quantitative analysis
   - Stochastic comparisons
   - Bandwidth management
   - Web services composition
   - Measurement, analysis, modeling
   - QoS for Web services architectures
   - Simulation and measurements techniques
   - Tools and software for performance evaluation
   - Network Protocols design for Web service devices
   - Performance evaluation of distributed and web-based systems
   - Communication performance evaluation of distributed and mobile systems
   - Performance of Blockchain
   - Performance evaluation of Vehicular networks
   - Connected and Autonomous Vehicles



*Committee*
General Chair:

   - Lynda Mokdad, University Paris XII, France

Steering Committee:

   - Lynda Mokdad, University Paris XII, France
   - Jalel Ben-Othman, University of Paris, France

Technical Program Co-Chairs:

   - Moayad Aloqaily, xAnalytics Inc., Ottawa, Canada
   - Abd-Elhamid M. Taha, Alfaisal University, KSA





*Important Dates*

   - Paper submission deadline: April 25th, 2020
   - Notification of paper acceptance: May 15th, 2020
   - Submission of camera-ready papers:  May 25th, 2020

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