Networking — ICN 2001 [electronic resource] :First International Conference on Networking Colmar, France, July 9–13, 2001 Proceedings, Part I /
Contributor(s): Lorenz, Pascal [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2093Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.Description: L, 846 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540477280.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer communication systems | Data structures (Computer science) | Information storage and retrieval | Management information systems | Computer Science | Computer Communication Networks | Popular Computer Science | Data Structures, Cryptology and Information Theory | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet) | Information Storage and Retrieval | Management of Computing and Information SystemsOnline resources: Click here to access online
Bandwidth Management for QoS Support in Mobile Networks -- 3G and Beyond & Enabled Adaptive Mobile Multimedia Communication -- Creation of 3rd Generation Services in the Context of Virtual Home Environment -- WLL Link Layer Protocol for QoS Support of Multi-service Internet -- The Earliest Deadline First Scheduling with Active Buffer Management for Real-Time Traffic in the Internet -- Pricing and Provisioning for Guaranteed Internet Services -- Price Optimization of Contents Delivery Systems with Priority -- An Approach to Internet-Based Virtual Call Center Implementation -- Implementation and Characterization of an Advanced Scheduler -- A Performance Studym of Explicit Congestion Notification (ECN) with Heterogeneous TCP Flows -- Diffusion Model of RED Control Mechanism -- A Simple Admission Control Algorithm for IP Networks -- An Architecture for a Scalable Broadband IP Services Switch -- On Implementation of Logical Time in Distributed Systems Operating over a Wireless IP Network -- Performance of an Inter-segment Handover Protocol in an IP-Based Terrestrial/Satellite Mobile Communications Network -- Performance Evaluation of Voice-Data Integration for Wireless Data Networking -- A Hard Handover Control Scheme Supporting IP Host Mobility -- A Flexible User Authentication Scheme for Multi-server Internet Services -- NetLets: Measurement-Based Routing for End-to-End Performance over the Internet -- Using the Internet in Transport Logistics - The Example of a Track & Trace System -- Distributed Management of High-Layer Protocols and Network Services through a Programmable Agent-Based Architecture -- A Buffer-Management Scheme for Bandwidth and Delay Differentiation Using a Virtual Scheduler -- Enhanced End-System Support for Multimedia Transmission over the Differentiated Services Network -- Investigations into the Per-Hop Behaviors of Diffserv Networks -- An Adaptive Bandwidth Scheduling for Throughput and Delay Differentiation -- Evaluation of an Algorithm for Dynamic Resource Distribution in a Differentiated Services Network -- Quality of Service Management in GPRS Networks -- Case Studies and Results on the Introduction of GPRS in Legacy Cellular Infrastructures -- Traffic Analysis of Multimedia Services in Broadband Cellular Networks -- Scheduling Disciplines in Cellular Data Services with Probabilistic Location Errors -- Restoration from Multiple Faults in WDM Networks without Wavelength Conversion -- An All-Optical WDM Packet-Switched Network Architecture with Support for Group Communication -- Performance Consideration for Building the Next Generation Multi-service Optical Communications Platforms -- Traffic Management in Multi-service Optical Network -- Performance Comparison of Wavelength Routing Optical Networks with Chordal Ring and Mesh-Torus Topologies -- Achieving End-to-End Throughput Guarantee for Individual TCP Flows in a Differentiated Services Network -- Performance Evaluation of Integrated Services in Local Area Networks -- Integrating Differentiated Services with ATM -- Management and Realization of SLA for Providing Network QoS -- Optimal Provisioning and Pricing of Internet Differentiated Services in Hierarchical Markets -- Adding Interactive Services in a Digital Video Broadcasting Network -- A Discrete-Time Queuing Analysis of the Wireless ATM Multiplexing System -- A QoS Based Distributed Method for Resource Allocation in Unlicensed Wireless ATM Systems -- An Adaptive Error Control Mechanism for Wireless ATM -- A Review of Call Admission Control Schemes in Wireless ATM Networks -- Analysis and Evaluation of QoS-Sensitive Multicast Routing Policies -- Multicast Performance of Multistage Interconnection Networks with Shared Buffering -- Performance Evaluation of PIM-SM Recovery -- Reducing Multicast Inter-receiver Delay Jitter - A Server Based Approach -- Multicast Routing and Wavelength Assignment in Multi-Hop Optical Networks -- Improving the Timed Token Protocol -- Design of a Specification Language and Real-Time APIs for Easy Expression of Soft Real-Time Constraints with Java -- Feedback-Controlled Traffic Shaping for Multimedia Transmissions in a Real-Time Client-Server System -- Bandwidth Reallocation Techniques for Admitting High Priority Real-Time Calls in ATM Networks -- Temporal Control Specifications and Mechanisms for Multimedia Multicast Communication Services -- The Coexistence of Multicast and Unicast over a GPS Capable Network -- Dynamic Allocation of Transmitter Power in a DS-CDMA Cellular System Using Genetic Algorithm -- The Coexistence of Multicast and Unicast over a GPS Capable Network -- An Approach for QoS Scheduling on the Application Level for Wireless Networks -- A Host-Based Multicast (HBM) Solution for Group Communications -- An Evaluation of Shared Multicast Trees with Multiple Active Cores -- QoS Routing Protocol for the Generalized Multicast Routing Problem (GMRP) -- Feedback Scalability for Multicast Videoconferencing -- Group Communication and Multicast -- Avoiding Counting to Infinity in Distance Vector Routing -- Proposal of an Inter-AS Policy Routing and a Flow Pricing Scheme to Improve ASes’ Profits -- Stigmergic Techniques for Solving Multi-constraint Routing for Packet Networks -- Dynamic Capacity Resizing of Virtual Backbone Networks -- Throughput Improvements Using the Random Leader Technique for the Reliable Multicast Wireless LANs -- Performance Evaluation and Implementation of QoS Support in an 802.11b Wireless LAN -- Increasing Throughput and QoS in a HIPERLAN/2 System with Co-channel Interference -- An Intra-media Multimode Wireless Communication Terminal for DSRC Service Networks -- Simulation of Traffic Engineering in IP-Based Networks -- An Algorithm for Available Bandwidth Measurement -- Influence of Network Topology on Protocol Simulation -- An Adaptive Flow-Level Load Control Scheme for Multipath Forwarding -- Performance Evaluation of CANIT Algorithm in Presence of Congestion Losses -- Project Driven Graduate Network Education -- Modelling User Interaction with E-commerce Servers -- XML Smartcards -- The Influence of Web Page Images on the Performance of Web Servers -- Network Resilience in Multilayer Networks: A Critical Review and Open Issues.
The International Conference on Networking (ICN01) is the first conference in its series aimed at stimulating technical exchange in the emerging and important field of networking. On behalf of the International Advisory Committee, it is our great pleasure to welcome you to the International Conference on Networking. Integration of fixed and portable wirele ss access into IP and ATM networks presents a cost effective and eff icient way to provide seamless end to end connectivity and ubiquitous access in a market where demands on Mobile and Cellular Networks have grown rapidly and predicted to generate billions of dollars in revenue. The deployment of broadband IP based technologies over Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) and integration of IP with broadband wireless access networks (BWANs) are becoming increasingly important. In addition, fixed core IP/ATM networks are constructed with recent move to IP/MPLS over DWDM. More over, mobility introduces further challenges in the area that have neither been fully understood nor resolved in the preceding network generation. This first Conference ICN01 has been very well perceived by the International networking community. A total of 300 papers from 39 countries were submitted, from which 168 have been accepted. Each paper has been reviewed by several members of the scientific Program Committee.