The Internet, because of its size, decentralized nature, and loosely
controlled architecture, provides a hotbed of challenges that are
amenable to mathematical analysis and algorithmic techniques. This
workshop brings together mathematicians, theoretical computer
scientists and network specialists in a fast growing area that is
an intriguing intersection of Computer Science, Graph Theory,
Game Theory, and Networks.

CAAN 2007 will be a one-day workshop, with registration on the previous evening. It will
be co-located with WADS'07 (August 15-17, 2007) in Halifax, Canada.

Unpublished papers describing original research are solicited. The
list of topics for the workshop includes, but is not limited to:

- Economics
- Game Theory and the Internet
- Geometric Routing
- Web Caching
- Combinatorics
- Network Tomography
- Peer-to-Peer Systems
- Graph Theory/Web Graph
- Graph Searching
- Data Stream Analysis
- Statistical Distributions
- Optimization
- Quality of Service (QoS)

as they relate to networks in general and the
Internet in particular. The conference will be organized as a series
of talks with time for focused discussions. We solicit general
participation and invite presentations on all aspects of networking
challenges that can be addressed using techniques from theoretical
computer science and mathematics. The goal of the workshop is to
foster interdisciplinary collaborations among researchers in this
field.

Post-proceedings (LNCS 4852) are now available online. You can find information about it at

http://www.springeronline.com/978-3-540-77293-4
or access the online version at

http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-3-540-77293-4/