Few days ago, I got reviewers’ comments on another paper I submitted to a conference. The conference is WEBIST 2009, and the paper is titled “A SIP-based Web Session Migration Service.” It will taking place about the same time the IEEE WCNC 2009 will take place. I already have a paper accepted in the IEEE WCNC 2009, and I blogged it last year. “The reviews are good,” said my supervisor. The two papers presented different information. They are, however, parts of my thesis. I submitted both papers before I submitted my thesis. The WEBIST paper, which just got accepted, discussed the development of the Web browser extension using Data Flow Diagram (DFD), possible billing method for the service, and comparison of the approach with other existing approaches. In the WCNC paper, how the two prominent SIP mobility types could be mapped into a service in the Web-browsing context was discussed. In addition, the footprint of the SIP stack and the performance of the Web browser after the integration were discussed. Two use case scenarios were used to describe the service in the paper.
In the next few days, I will be discussing inferences I could make from the two papers. The comments on the papers have been impressive, and I think I could start working on the identified future work in the papers and my thesis as my Ph.D work.