Information Networking: Wireless Communications Technologies and Network Applications [electronic resource] :International Conference, ICOIN 2002 Cheju Island, Korea, January 30 – February 1, 2002 Revised Papers, Part II /
Contributor(s): Chong, Ilyoung [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2344Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2002.Description: XL, 828 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540458012.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer communication systems | Operating systems (Computers) | Information storage and retrieval | Electrical engineering | Computer Science | Computer Communication Networks | Communications Engineering, Networks | Operating Systems | Information Storage and Retrieval | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet)Online resources: Click here to access online
Wireless and Mobile Internet -- Modelling QoS Based Admission Control in Mobile Multimedia Systems Using an Extension of GSPN -- A Comparative Performance Evaluation of the Transport Layer Protocols for Wireless Transaction Processing in Mobile Internet Environments -- Mobile Multicast Method Using the Habitude of Movement -- A Proposal of a Quasi-Solution State Evolution Algorithm for Channel Assignment Problems -- Software Architecture for the Adaptation of Dialogs and Contents to Different Devices -- TCP Throughput Improvement for Semi-soft & Soft Handoff -- Seamless QoS Handling Mechanism for Macro and Micro Mobility -- Mobility Management with Low Latency Time by Using the GSMP on the MPLS Network -- Group-Based Location Management Scheme in Personal Communication Networks -- A Fast WWW Access Method for Multiple Wireless Links Shared by Mobile Computers -- A Study of Broadcasting Method Using Linear Clustering to Support Location Dependent Query in Mobile Computing -- Retransmission Tree Configuration for Reliable Multicast Protocols -- An AAA Application Protocol Design and Service for Secure Wireless Internet Gateway Roaming -- Fast Move Detection over Mobile IP -- A New Location Caching Scheme Employing Forwarding Pointers in PCS Networks -- Evaluation of a Location Management System for Wireless Communicating Mobile Computers -- The Enhancement of End-to-End TCP on Wireless CDMA Network to Support Interactive Data Service -- A QoS Provision Architecture for Mobile IPv6 Using RSVP -- Performance Analysis of Wireless TCP -- EM-TCP: An Algorithm for Mobile TCP Performance Improvement in a DSRC-Based ITS -- A Multi-path Support for Mobile IP with the Hierarchical Architecture -- Performance Evaluation of TCP over WCDMA RLC -- User Defined Location Area for Registration and Paging -- 4G Mobile Systems -- A Fast Authentication Method for Secure and Seamless Handoff -- Orthogonal Multi-code CDMA Systems with Constant Amplitude Transmission Based on Level Clipping and Pulse Width Modulation -- On the Selection of Code Set for Binary Multi-code CDMA System -- Performance Evaluation and Improvement of an Ad Hoc Wireless Network -- Reassignment of Mediation Function between Hosts on Mobile Ad Hoc Network -- An Asymmetric Routing Protocol Using Detour in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks -- A Multi-source Multicast Routing Protocol for Ad-Hoc Networks -- Infrastructure-Less Multicast Protocol in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks -- Satellite Communications -- Buffer Dimensioning of ATM Satellite Link Using Probabilistic Burstiness Curve -- Construction of Sequences for Multi-group FH-FDMA in DRT System -- Development of a High-Accurate Time Server for Measurements of the Internet -- Modelling and Simulation of Phased Array Antenna for LEO Satellite Tracking -- Network Security -- An Improved ID-Based Authentication and Key Distribution Protocol -- A Study of Security Association Management Oriented to IP Security -- Design of Network Security Control System for Cooperative Intrusion Detection -- Policy-Based Intrusion Detection and Automated Response Mechanism -- A Power-Sum Systolic Architecture in GF(2m) -- Design and Analysis of Hierarchical VPN Based on SCG -- Design and Analysis of Role-Based Security Model in SNMPv3 for Policy-Based Security Management -- A Taxonomy of Spam and a Protection Method for Enterprise Networks -- Security Policy Deployment in IPsec -- V. Multimedia Applications -- Mobile Agent-Based Adaptive Multimedia Communication -- An Alternative Multicast Transmission Scheme for VCR Operations in a Large VOD System -- Enhancing Information Quality for Web Pages -- A Replacement Policy with Growth-Curve on the Continuous Media Proxy Cache (CMPC) -- Hierarchy and Region Based Source-Channel Combined Coder for Image Transmission over Mobile Links -- Development of “High Presence” Video Communication System — Trial Experiment of the Next Generation Real-Time Remote Lecture — -- SRTP: TCP-Friendly Congestion Control for Multimedia Streaming -- A Method for Functional Testing of Media Synchronization Protocols -- Measurements to Validate Optimised Bandwidth Usage by the Distributed Network Entities Architecture for Multimedia Conferencing -- Distributed Systems -- Consistent and Efficient Recovery for Causal Message Logging -- Server-Based Dynamic Server Selection Algorithms -- Designing a Virtual Environment for Large Audiences -- Optimal k-Coteries That Maximize Availability in General Networks -- The Fast Bully Algorithm: For Electing a Coordinator Process in Distributed Systems -- An Enhancement of SIENA Event Routing Algorithms -- Dynamic Behavior of Multiagents with Subjective Cooperative Relations -- A File Migration Scheme for Reducing File Access Latency in Mobile Computing Environments -- Fresh Information Retrieval Using Cooperative Meta Search Engines -- AMC: An Adaptive Mobile Computing Model for Dynamic Resource Management in Distributed Computing Environments -- A Hybrid Fault-Tolerant Scheme Based on Checkpointing in MASs -- A Fast Commit Protocol for Distributed Main Memory Database Systems -- Mobile Agent Model for Transaction Processing in Distributed Database Systems -- A Data Model and Algebra for Document-Centric XML Document -- Group Protocol for Delivering Requests to Replicas -- k-Depth Look-Ahead Task Scheduling in Network of Heterogeneous Processors -- Reflective Event Service Middleware for Distributed Component—Based Applications -- Automatic Specialization of Java Programs in the Distributed Environment -- A JMX Based Efficient Mobile Agents Platform Architecture for Network Management -- An Efficient Coordinated Checkpointing Scheme Based on PWD Model -- Extensions to DNS for Supporting Internationalized Domain Names -- An Architecture of Agent Repository for Adaptive Multiagent System -- Round-Robin Scheduling Algorithm with Multiple Distributed Windows.
The papers comprising Vol. I and Vol. II were prepared for and presented at the International Conference on Information Networking 2002 (ICOIN 2002), which was held from January 30 to February 1, 2002 at Cheju Island, Korea. It was organized by the KISS (Korean Information Science Society) SIGIN in Korea, IPSJ SIG DPE (Distributed Processing Systems) in Japan, the ITRI (Industrial Technology Research Institute), and National Taiwan University in Taiwan. The papers were selected through two steps, refereeing and presentation review. We selected for the theme of the conference the motto “One World of Information Networking”. We did this because we believe that networking will transform the world into one zone, in spite of different ages, countries and societies. Networking is in the main stream of everyday life and affects directly millions of people around the world. We are in an era of tremendous excitement for professionals working in many aspects of the converging networking, information retailing, entertainment, and publishing companies. Ubiquitous communication and computing technologies are changing the world. Online communities, e commerce, e service, and distance learning are a few of the consequences of these technologies, and advanced networking will develop new applications and technologies with global impact. The goal is the creation of a world wide distributed computing system that connects people and appliances through wireless and high bandwidth wired channels with a backbone of computers that serve as databases and object servers. Thus, Vol.