International Teletraffic Congress (ITC)
Congrès international de télétrafic (CIT)
Congreso Internacional de Teletrafico
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Founded 1955, Copenhagen (Denmark), on the initiative of Arne Jensen (1920-2008), when 1st Congress was held Subsidiary title: Application of the Theory of Probability to Telecommunication Research, Engineering and Administration. Full title of Congress: International Congress on the Application of the Theory of Probability in Telephone Engineering and Administration. Now subtitled as The first international conference in networking science and practice.
Bring researchers and practitioners together toward operational understanding of all types of current and future networks; provide a forum for leading researchers from academia and industry to present and discuss key technological and methodological advances in the design, performance evaluation and control of communication networks like the Internet, protocols and applications, and in traffic measurement and management.Available with paid subscription only.
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