Quality of Service – IWQoS 2005 [electronic resource] :13th International Workshop, IWQoS 2005, Passau, Germany, June 21-23, 2005. Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Meer, Hermann de [editor.] | Bhatti, Nina [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3552Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2005.Description: XVI, 404 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540316596.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer communication systems | Operating systems (Computers) | Information storage and retrieval | Multimedia information systems | Management information systems | Computer Science | Computer Communication Networks | Management of Computing and Information Systems | Operating Systems | Multimedia Information Systems | Information Storage and Retrieval | Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet)Online resources: Click here to access online
Invited Program -- COPS: Quality of Service vs. Any Service at All -- Beyond Middleware and QoS – Service-Oriented Architectures – Cult or Culture? -- Would Self-organized or Self-managed Networks Lead to Improved QoS? -- Full Papers -- Overlay Networks with Linear Capacity Constraints -- A High-Throughput Overlay Multicast Infrastructure with Network Coding -- On Topological Design of Service Overlay Networks -- On Transport Layer Adaptation in Heterogeneous Wireless Data Networks -- LT-TCP: End-to-End Framework to Improve TCP Performance over Networks with Lossy Channels -- QoS Guarantees in Multimedia CDMA Wireless Systems with Non-precise Network Parameter Estimates -- Analyzing Object Detection Quality Under Probabilistic Coverage in Sensor Networks -- A Self-tuning Fuzzy Control Approach for End-to-End QoS Guarantees in Web Servers -- Calculation of Speech Quality by Aggregating the Impacts of Individual Frame Losses -- Best-Effort Versus Reservations Revisited -- An Advanced QoS Protocol for Real-Time Content over the Internet -- Designing a Predictable Internet Backbone with Valiant Load-Balancing -- Preserving the Independence of Flows in General Topologies Using Turn-Prohibition -- Supporting Differentiated QoS in MPLS Networks -- Avoiding Transient Loops Through Interface-Specific Forwarding -- Analysis of Stochastic Service Guarantees in Communication Networks: A Server Model -- Preemptive Packet-Mode Scheduling to Improve TCP Performance -- Edge-Based Differentiated Services -- Processor Sharing Flows in the Internet -- A Practical Method for the Efficient Resolution of Congestion in an On-path Reduced-State Signalling Environment -- Case Study in Assessing Subjective QoS of a Mobile Multimedia Web Service in a Real Multi-access Network -- WXCP: Explicit Congestion Control for Wireless Multi-hop Networks -- A Non-homogeneous QBD Approach for the Admission and GoS Control in a Multiservice WCDMA System -- Short Papers -- Quality of Service Authentication, Authorization and Accounting -- Preliminary Results Towards Building a Highly Granular QoS Controller -- Concept of Admission Control in Packet Switching Networks Based on Tentative Accommodation of Incoming Flows -- Improving Uplink QoS of Wifi Hotspots -- Resilient State Management in Large Scale Networks -- Performance Analysis of Wireless Scheduling with ARQ in Fast Fading Channels -- Privacy and Reliability by Dispersive Routing -- Distributed Online LSP Merging Algorithms for MPLS-TE -- Implicit Flow QoS Signaling Using Semantic-Rich Context Tags -- The Impact of QoS - Where Industry Meets Academia -- Using IP as Transport Technology in Third Generation and Beyond Radio Access Networks -- Closing the Gap Between Industry, Academia and Users: Is There a Need for QoS in Wireless Systems ? -- Why QoS Will Be Needed in Metro Ethernets -- Research Issues in QoS Provisioning for Personal Networks -- RSVP Standards Today and the Path Towards a Generic Messenger -- QoS in Hybrid Networks – An Operator’s Perspective -- QoS for Aggregated Flows in VPNs -- Supporting Mission-Critical Applications over Multi-service Networks.