Networking - ICN 2001

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Mobility Management.- Dynamic Resource Management Scheme for Multimedia Services in Wireless Communication Networks.- An Adaptive Handover-Supporting Routing Method for ATM Based Mobile Networks, and Its Adaptation to IP Scenarios.- Location Stamps for Digital Signatures: A New Service for Mobile Telephone Networks.- A New Method for Scalable and Reliable Multicast System for Mobile Networks.- An Adaptive Mobility Management Scheme to Support Internet Host Mobility.- TCP Analysis.- Modeling and Analysis of TCP Enhancement over Heterogeneous Links.- TCP Throughput Guarantee Using Packet Buffering.- Modular TCP Handoff Design in STREAMS–Based TCP/IP Implementation.- An Efficient TCP Flow Control and Fast Recovery Scheme for Lossy Networks.- Bandwidth Tradeoff between TCP and Link–Level FEC.- QoS (I).- Supporting QoS for Legacy Applications.- An Open Architecture for Evaluating Arbitrary Quality of Service Mechanisms in Software Routers.- Measurement-Based IP Transport Resource Manager Demonstrator.- Packet-Size Based Queuing Algorithm for QoS Support.- Backbone Network Design with QoS Requirements.- Ad Hoc Networks.- A Multi-path QoS Routing Protocol in a Wireless Mobile ad Hoc Network.- Study of a Unicast Query Mechanism for Dynamic Source Routing in Mobile ad Hoc Networks.- Ad–hoc Filesystem: A Novel Network Filesystem for Ad-hoc Wireless Networks.- A Review of Current On-demand Routing Protocols.- Security.- Construction of Data Dependent Chaotic Permutation Hashes to Ensure Communications Integrity.- Secure Communication: A New Application for Active Networks.- Deployment of Public–Key Infrastructure in Wireless Data Networks.- A Scalable Framework for Secure Group Communication.- Authenticating Multicast Streams in Lossy Channels Using Threshold Techniques.- QoS (II).- Tuning of QoS Aware Load Balancing Algorithm (QoS–LB) for Highly Loaded Server Clusters.- The Incremental Deployability of Core–Stateless Fair Queuing.- A New IP Multicast QoS Model on IP Based Networks.- Integrated Management of QoS–Enable Networks Using QAME.- On Web Quality of Service: Approaches to Measurement of End–to–End Response Time.- MPLS.- Path Computation for Traffic Engineering in MPLS Networks.- Minimum Regret Approach to Network Management under Uncertainty with Applications to Connection Admission Control and Routing.- MPLS Restoration Scheme Using Least-Cost Based Dynamic Backup Path.- Connection Management in MPLS Networks Using Mobile Agents.- General Connection Blocking Bounds and an Implication of Billing for Provisioned Label–Switched Routes in an MPLS Internet Cloud.- Switches.- FPCF Input–Queued Packet Switch for Variable-Size Packets.- A Cost–Effective Hardware Link Scheduling Algorithm for the Multimedia Router (MMR).- The Folded Hypercube ATM Switches.- Open Software Architecture for Multiservice Switching System.- A Multicast ATM Switch Based on PIPN.- CORBA.- Concurrent Access to Remote Instrumentation in CORBA–Based Distributed Environment.- Design and Implementation of CORBA–Based Integrated Network Management System.- Framework for Real–Time CORBA Development.- Development of Accounting Management Based Service Environment in Tina, Java and Corba Architectures.- A QoS System for CaTV Networks.- Mobile Agents.- Towards Manageable Mobile Agent Infrastructures.- Dynamic Agent Domains in Mobile Agent Based Network Management.- Networking in a Service Platform Based on Mobile Agents.- Realizing Distributed Intelligent Networks Based on Distributed Object and Mobile Agent Technologies.- ATM Networks (I).- A New Cut–Through Forwarding Mechanism for ATM Multipoint–to–Point Connections.- Cell–by–Cell Round Robin Service Discipline for ATM Networks.- Delay and Departure Analysis of CBR Traffic in AAL MUX with Bursty Background Traffic.- Virtual Path Layout in ATM Path with Given Hop Count.- Simulation–Based Stability of a Representative, Large–Scale ATM Network for a Distributed Call Processing Architecture.- Voice over IP (I).- Proposed Architectures for the Integration of H.323 and QoS over IP Networks.- Third-Party Call Control in H.323 Networks – A Case Study.- Measurement–Based MMPP Modeling of Voice Traffic in Computer Networks Using Moments of Packet Interarrival Times.- Evaluation of End–to–End QoS Mechanisms in IP Networks.- Web–Enabled Voice over IP Call Center.- Active Networks.- ANMP: Active Network Management Platform for Telecommunications Applications.- An Active Network Architecture: Distributed Computer or Transport Medium.- An Active Network for Improving Performance of Traffic Flow over Conventional ATM Service.- An Active Programmable Harness for Measurement of Composite Network States.- Protocol Design of MPEG–4 Media Delivery with Active Networks.- ATM Networks (II).- Prediction and Control of Short–Term Congestion in ATM Networks Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques.- Monitoring the Quality of Service on an ATM Network Carrying MMB Traffic Using Weighted Significance Data.- ATM Traffic Prediction Using Artificial Neural Networks and Wavelet Transforms.- Threshold–Based Connection Admission Control Scheme in ATM Networks: A Simulation Study.- ABR Congestion Control in ATM Networks Using Neural Networks.- Voice over IP (II).- An Architecture for the Transport of IP Telephony Services.- Architectural Framework for Using Java Servlets in a SIP Environment.- A Practical Solution for Delivering Voice over IP.- QoS Guaranteed Voice Traffic Multiplexing Scheme over VoIP Network Using DiffServ.- VoIP over MPLS Networking Requirements.- Video Communications.- A System Level Framework for Streaming 3–D Meshes over Packet Networks.- Techniques to Improve Quality–of–Service in Video Communications via Best Effort Networks.- Simulation of a Video Surveillance Network Using Remote Intelligent Security Cameras.- Cooperative Video Caching for Interactive and Scalable VoD Systems.- Optimal Dynamic Rate Shaping for Compressed Video Streaming.- ATM Networks (III).- IP Stack Emulation over ATM.- ATM Network Restoration Using a Multiple Backup VPs Based Self–Healing Protocol.- A New Consolidation Algorithm for Point–to–Multipoint ABR Service in ATM Networks.- Experimental TCP Performance Evaluation on DiffServ Assured Forwarding over ATM SBR Service.- PMS: A PVC Management System for ATM Networks.- Modelization.- Buffer–Size Approximation for the Geo/D/1/K Queue.- Client–Server Design Alternatives: Back to Pipes but with Threads.- Towards a Descriptive Approach to Model Adaptable Communication Environments.- All–to–All Personalized Communication Algorithms in Chordal Ring Networks.- Formal and Practical Approach to Load Conditions in High Speed Networks.
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Lecture Notes in Computer Science Band 2094

Networking - ICN 2001

First International Conference on Networking, Colmar, France July 9-13, 2001 Proceedings, Part II

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Manager Demonstrator.- Packet-Size Based Queuing Algorithm for QoS Support.- Backbone Network Design with QoS Requirements.- Ad Hoc Networks.- A Multi-path QoS Routing Protocol in a Wireless Mobile ad Hoc Network.- Study of a Unicast Query Mechanism for Dynamic Source Routing in Mobile ad Hoc Networks.- Ad–hoc Filesystem: A Novel Network Filesystem for Ad-hoc Wireless Networks.- A Review of Current On-demand Routing Protocols.- Security.- Construction of Data Dependent Chaotic Permutation Hashes to Ensure Communications Integrity.- Secure Communication: A New Application for Active Networks.- Deployment of Public–Key Infrastructure in Wireless Data Networks.- A Scalable Framework for Secure Group Communication.- Authenticating Multicast Streams in Lossy Channels Using Threshold Techniques.- QoS (II).- Tuning of QoS Aware Load Balancing Algorithm (QoS–LB) for Highly Loaded Server Clusters.- The Incremental Deployability of Core–Stateless Fair Queuing.- A New IP Multicast QoS Model on IP Based Networks.- Integrated Management of QoS–Enable Networks Using QAME.- On Web Quality of Service: Approaches to Measurement of End–to–End Response Time.- MPLS.- Path Computation for Traffic Engineering in MPLS Networks.- Minimum Regret Approach to Network Management under Uncertainty with Applications to Connection Admission Control and Routing.- MPLS Restoration Scheme Using Least-Cost Based Dynamic Backup Path.- Connection Management in MPLS Networks Using Mobile Agents.- General Connection Blocking Bounds and an Implication of Billing for Provisioned Label–Switched Routes in an MPLS Internet Cloud.- Switches.- FPCF Input–Queued Packet Switch for Variable-Size Packets.- A Cost–Effective Hardware Link Scheduling Algorithm for the Multimedia Router (MMR).- The Folded Hypercube ATM Switches.- Open Software Architecture for Multiservice Switching System.- A Multicast ATM Switch Based on PIPN.- CORBA.- Concurrent Access to Remote Instrumentation in CORBA–Based Distributed Environment.- Design and Implementation of CORBA–Based Integrated Network Management System.- Framework for Real–Time CORBA Development.- Development of Accounting Management Based Service Environment in Tina, Java and Corba Architectures.- A QoS System for CaTV Networks.- Mobile Agents.- Towards Manageable Mobile Agent Infrastructures.- Dynamic Agent Domains in Mobile Agent Based Network Management.- Networking in a Service Platform Based on Mobile Agents.- Realizing Distributed Intelligent Networks Based on Distributed Object and Mobile Agent Technologies.- ATM Networks (I).- A New Cut–Through Forwarding Mechanism for ATM Multipoint–to–Point Connections.- Cell–by–Cell Round Robin Service Discipline for ATM Networks.- Delay and Departure Analysis of CBR Traffic in AAL MUX with Bursty Background Traffic.- Virtual Path Layout in ATM Path with Given Hop Count.- Simulation–Based Stability of a Representative, Large–Scale ATM Network for a Distributed Call Processing Architecture.- Voice over IP (I).- Proposed Architectures for the Integration of H.323 and QoS over IP Networks.- Third-Party Call Control in H.323 Networks – A Case Study.- Measurement–Based MMPP Modeling of Voice Traffic in Computer Networks Using Moments of Packet Interarrival Times.- Evaluation of End–to–End QoS Mechanisms in IP Networks.- Web–Enabled Voice over IP Call Center.- Active Networks.- ANMP: Active Network Management Platform for Telecommunications Applications.- An Active Network Architecture: Distributed Computer or Transport Medium.- An Active Network for Improving Performance of Traffic Flow over Conventional ATM Service.- An Active Programmable Harness for Measurement of Composite Network States.- Protocol Design of MPEG–4 Media Delivery with Active Networks.- ATM Networks (II).- Prediction and Control of Short–Term Congestion in ATM Networks Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques.- Monitoring the Quality of Service on an ATM Network Carrying MMB Traffic Using Weighted Significance Data.- ATM Traffic Prediction Using Artificial Neural Networks and Wavelet Transforms.- Threshold–Based Connection Admission Control Scheme in ATM Networks: A Simulation Study.- ABR Congestion Control in ATM Networks Using Neural Networks.- Voice over IP (II).- An Architecture for the Transport of IP Telephony Services.- Architectural Framework for Using Java Servlets in a SIP Environment.- A Practical Solution for Delivering Voice over IP.- QoS Guaranteed Voice Traffic Multiplexing Scheme over VoIP Network Using DiffServ.- VoIP over MPLS Networking Requirements.- Video Communications.- A System Level Framework for Streaming 3–D Meshes over Packet Networks.- Techniques to Improve Quality–of–Service in Video Communications via Best Effort Networks.- Simulation of a Video Surveillance Network Using Remote Intelligent Security Cameras.- Cooperative Video Caching for Interactive and Scalable VoD Systems.- Optimal Dynamic Rate Shaping for Compressed Video Streaming.- ATM Networks (III).- IP Stack Emulation over ATM.- ATM Network Restoration Using a Multiple Backup VPs Based Self–Healing Protocol.- A New Consolidation Algorithm for Point–to–Multipoint ABR Service in ATM Networks.- Experimental TCP Performance Evaluation on DiffServ Assured Forwarding over ATM SBR Service.- PMS: A PVC Management System for ATM Networks.- Modelization.- Buffer–Size Approximation for the Geo/D/1/K Queue.- Client–Server Design Alternatives: Back to Pipes but with Threads.- Towards a Descriptive Approach to Model Adaptable Communication Environments.- All–to–All Personalized Communication Algorithms in Chordal Ring Networks.- Formal and Practical Approach to Load Conditions in High Speed Networks.