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WILLIAMS - ETFA 2017
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Date : 2017-06-17
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Dear Williams Paul Nwadiugwu,

We are delighted to inform you that you paper Enhanced SDP-Dynamic Bloom Filters for a DDS Node Discovery Scheme in Real-time Systems has been ACCEPTED for the Work-in-Progress session of ETFA 2017 - IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technology & Factory Automation to be held in Limassol, Cyprus, from 13th to 15th September 2017. The Work-in-Progress session will be structured according to the technical tracks of the conference.

The Work-in-Progress involves oral and poster presentations. The paper will be included in the conference proceedings, and in the IEEE Xplore database.

Please ensure the final manuscript is submitted by June 28th, 2017. Final manuscripts will be checked on submission by the Track Chairs for compliance with the reviewers' comments, and any other comments if attached to this notification message.

INSTRUCTIONS
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1. Author registration: at least one author of each accepted paper must be registered by June 28th, 2017 - at a full rate - for the conference in order for that paper to appear in the proceedings and to be scheduled for presentation. The details of registration process will be announced at the conference web page in the following days.

2. Camera-ready:
The camera-ready Work-in-Progress paper is due by June 28th 2017. Please follow carefully the instructions about the formatting specifications for IEEE Xplore compliance. The guidelines for final paper preparation are available at http://www.etfa2017.org/. Each Work-in-Progress paper is allowed a maximum of 4 pages in the conference proceedings. A maximum of two additional pages, over the 4-page limit, are allowed at a cost of 50 Euros per page.

3. Paper uploading and updating:
After carefully checking IEEE Xplore PDF compliance, final papers must be uploaded using the submission system. Do not send to us your final paper by email. Since the printed program will be derived from the title, authors, and affiliation data you provided in the submission system, please make sure this data is up to date.

4. On site presentation
Information on the presentation length and poster size will be posted on the conference web site

5. Instructions about the copyright form and provision of documents you may need for Visa application are posted on the conference website.

If you have any questions, please contact us at contact@etfa2017.org

Thank you very much for your contribution, we look forward to seeing you in
Limassol at ETFA 2017 in September!

Sincerely Yours,
Charis Theocharides and Lukasz Wisniewski
ETFA 2017 Work in Progress Co-Chairs


----------------------- REVIEW 1 ---------------------
PAPER: 238
TITLE: Enhanced SDP-Dynamic Bloom Filters for a DDS Node Discovery Scheme in Real-time Systems
AUTHORS: Williams Paul Nwadiugwu and Dong-Seong Kim

Overall evaluation: 1 (weak accept)

----------- Overall evaluation -----------
This work describes Enhanced SPD-Dynamic Bloom Filters for a DDS Node Discover Scheme in Real-Time Systems. The introduced solution is well motivated and evaluated through simulation. Obtained results show important improvements in scenarios with large number of endpoints.

Following issues should be addressed to improve the quality of paper:
- Proofreading is required
- Please unify the style of referencing to the bibliography
- Future works should be well described, since the WIP paper present only the preliminary solutions


----------------------- REVIEW 2 ---------------------
PAPER: 238
TITLE: Enhanced SDP-Dynamic Bloom Filters for a DDS Node Discovery Scheme in Real-time Systems
AUTHORS: Williams Paul Nwadiugwu and Dong-Seong Kim

Overall evaluation: 0 (borderline paper)

----------- Overall evaluation -----------
The authors proposed enhanced SDP-Dynamic bloom filters for DDS node discovery. Although the authors claimed that it reduces the number of computation as compared to SDP-Bloom, the results are not well explained. The authors should improve the following:

1) The figures need to be made larger and they need to be explained;
2) The filter algorithms need to be described better and pointed out the main contributions.


----------------------- REVIEW 3 ---------------------
PAPER: 238
TITLE: Enhanced SDP-Dynamic Bloom Filters for a DDS Node Discovery Scheme in Real-time Systems
AUTHORS: Williams Paul Nwadiugwu and Dong-Seong Kim

Overall evaluation: 2 (accept)

----------- Overall evaluation -----------
Interesting paper. It is relevant for WiP-T8 since the approach proposed can be considered for intelligent sensors and sensor networks. The following issues should be addressed before publication:
- It is good for the Abstract to be just a paragraph and not two paragraphs.
- Second paragraph of the introduction and the paragraph in section IV are too long. Each of them should be divided at least into two paragraphs.
- All the acronyms should follow the same format, i.e. all lower cases for their expanded words or all first word letters in capital.
- Figures and tables should be cited before they are placed in the document.
- The description of the research problem to be tackled should be improved since it is not clear when authors introduce the scalability issue.
- It would be good to have a brief paragraph describing the structure/organization of the paper just by end of the introduction section.
- Middleware is a widely accepted word in the community. So, middle-ware does not need to be written in that way.
- Citation and reference formats are not according to the IEEE standard format. They should be revised.
- The English language in the paper should be improved.