Articles that have already appeared in Referred Conference Proceedings:
Since the early 2000s, a new trend in academic publishing has appeared: refereed conferences. Refereed conferences are published proceedings of conference presentations that are peer-reviewed by academics. Articles appearing in these publications can range from single-author papers, to article series and special issues.
In this blog post, I’ve collected some examples of articles that have already appeared in refereed conference proceedings so that you, too, can publish your article with the same prestige and reliability as papers published by traditional journals. Given the rapidly increasing number of academic submissions appearing each day on our online journal submission portal JScholarWorks (https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/), it’s easy to find a lot of great and carefully selected references that are not yet published in traditional journals. www.topnigerianjobs.com
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The references in this blog post are published citations that have already appeared in refereed conference proceedings, so there is no doubt about the quality of the final papers. Once you publish your paper with us, we will link all citations back to your article on JScholarWorks so that all interested scholars can read your work.
Here are some great journal articles that have already appeared in conference proceedings:
Conference Proceedings: ACM SIGMETRICS 2010
ACM SIGMETRICS 2010 is an international forum for networking and sharing ideas concerning measurement and analysis of large complex systems. The conference has been held yearly since 1977.
Article: Comparing the Power of Fragmentation and Multi-Path Routing for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
Author: Stefan Lindskog, Setareh Razavi, and Kristina Karlsson