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The Transactions serves as a central, archival venue for the interdisciplinary sensor network research community. It covers research contributions that introduce new concepts, techniques, analyses, or architectures, as well as applied contributions that report on development of new tools and systems or experiences and experiments with high-impact, innovative applications. The Transactions places special attention to contributions on systemic approaches to sensor networks.
The areas of sensor networks covered by this journal include, but are not limited to:
TOSN publishes original research papers (approximately 30-40 printed pages each in ACM Transaction style) and tutorial and survey papers (approximately 30-50 printed pages each). We do not accept short technical notes.
TOSN accepts submissions of original technical contributions that neither have been published in archival publications nor are under consideration by another archival journal at the time of submission. In the case where a contribution has already been published by a refereed conference, publication in TOSN is permitted only if the editor judges that the revision contains significant amplification or clarification of the original material, or there is a significant additional benefit to be gained from the journal publication. In either case, any prior publication should be noted on the title page of the submission, and a summary of the differences with the conference version should be provided (as a cover letter) with the submission. Submissions that do not meet these requirements will be rejected without review.
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