Preface: Special issue on the Tenth International Symposium on Networking and Computing

Koji Nakano


The Tenth International Symposium on Networking and Computing (CANDAR 2022) was held on November 21st and 22nd, 2022. The organizers of CANDAR 2022 invited authors to submit extended versions of the papers presented at the symposium. Consequently, a total of 19 articles were submitted for consideration in this special issue. Out of these submissions, 10 papers have been accepted and are included in this issue as extended versions.

This issue owes its success to the dedicated efforts and expertise of numerous individuals who generously contributed their time and knowledge in handling the submitted papers. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the guest editors for their exceptional work in conducting the review process. Special thanks go to: Professor Hideharu Amano, Professor Shuichi Ichikawa, Professor Ryo Nakamura, Professor Nobuhiko Nakano, Professor Toru Nakanish, rofessor Yasuyuki Nogami, Professor Fukuhito Ooshita, Professor Hiroyuki Sato, Professor Chisa Takano, and Professor Takashi Yokota. Their valuable contributions ensured the quality and rigor of the review process, making this issue possible.

We would also like to express our sincere appreciation to the anonymous reviewers who diligently reviewed the papers and provided insightful comments and suggestions to enhance the quality of the submissions. Their thorough and thoughtful evaluation played a vital role in shaping the content of this special issue. We are truly grateful for their invaluable contributions, as this issue would not have been possible without their dedicated efforts.

In conclusion, we are immensely grateful for the collective efforts of all individuals involved in making this special issue a reality. From the organizers, guest editors, and anonymous reviewers, each person has contributed significantly. Their dedication and support have enabled us to present this collection of extended papers, showcasing advancements in networking and computing. We hope this issue inspires further innovation in the field and serves as a valuable resource for researchers
and practitioners.

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