Distributed Computing – IWDC 2005 [electronic resource] :7th International Workshop, Kharagpur, India, December 27-30, 2005. Proceedings /
Contributor(s): Pal, Ajit [editor.] | Kshemkalyani, Ajay D [editor.] | Kumar, Rajeev [editor.] | Gupta, Arobinda [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).Material type: BookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 3741Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2005.Description: XXII, 590 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540324287.Subject(s): Computer science | Computer communication systems | Computer programming | Software engineering | Operating systems (Computers) | Computers | Algorithms | Computer Science | Theory of Computation | Computer Communication Networks | Programming Techniques | Software Engineering | Operating Systems | Algorithm Analysis and Problem ComplexityOnline resources: Click here to access online
Keynote Talk I -- Distributed Coordination Algorithms for Mobile Robot Swarms: New Directions and Challenges -- Session I A: Theory -- Labeling Schemes for Tree Representation -- Single-Bit Messages Are Insufficient in the Presence of Duplication -- Safe Composition of Distributed Programs Communicating over Order-Preserving Imperfect Channels -- Efficiently Implementing LL/SC Objects Shared by an Unknown Number of Processes -- Placing a Given Number of Base Stations to Cover a Convex Region -- Session I B: Sensor Networks I -- A State-Space Search Approach for Optimizing Reliability and Cost of Execution in Distributed Sensor Networks -- Protocols for Sensor Networks Using COSMOS Model -- CLUR-Tree for Supporting Frequent Updates of Data Stream over Sensor Networks -- Optimizing Lifetime and Routing Cost in Wireless Networks -- Multipath Source Routing in Sensor Networks Based on Route Ranking -- Reliable Time Synchronization Protocol in Sensor Networks Considering Topology Changes -- A.K. Choudhury Memorial Lecture -- The Brain, Complex Networks, and Beyond -- Session II A: Fault Tolerance -- An Asynchronous Recovery Algorithm Based on a Staggered Quasi-Synchronous Checkpointing Algorithm -- Self-stabilizing Publish/Subscribe Protocol for P2P Networks -- Self-stabilizing Checkpointing Algorithm in Ring Topology -- Performance Comparison of Majority Voting with ROWA Replication Method over PlanetLab -- Self-refined Fault Tolerance in HPC Using Dynamic Dependent Process Groups -- Session II B: Optical Networks -- In-Band Crosstalk Performance of WDM Optical Networks Under Different Routing and Wavelength Assignment Algorithms -- Modeling and Evaluation of a Reconfiguration Framework in WDM Optical Networks -- On the Implementation of Links in Multi-mesh Networks Using WDM Optical Networks -- Distributed Dynamic Lightpath Allocation in Survivable WDM Networks -- Protecting Multicast Sessions from Link and Node Failures in Sparse-Splitting WDM Networks -- Session III A: Peer-to-Peer Networks -- Oasis: A Hierarchical EMST Based P2P Network -- GToS: Examining the Role of Overlay Topology on System Performance Improvement -- Churn Resilience of Peer-to-Peer Group Membership: A Performance Analysis -- Uinta: A P2P Routing Algorithm Based on the User’s Interest and the Network Topology -- Session III B: Wireless Networks I -- Optimal Time Slot Assignment for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks -- Noncooperative Channel Contention in Ad Hoc Wireless LANs with Anonymous Stations -- A Power Aware Routing Strategy for Ad Hoc Networks with Directional Antenna Optimizing Control Traffic and Power Consumption -- Power Aware Cluster Efficient Routing in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks -- A New Routing Protocol in Ad Hoc Networks with Unidirectional Links -- Keynote Talk II -- Impact of the Columbia Supercomputer on NASA Science and Engineering Applications -- Session IV A: Sensor Networks II -- Hierarchical Routing in Sensor Networks Using k-Dominating Sets -- On Lightweight Node Scheduling Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks -- Clique Size in Sensor Networks with Key Pre-distribution Based on Transversal Design -- Session IV B: Wireless Networks II -- Stochastic Rate-Control for Real-Time Video Transmission over Heterogeneous Network -- An Efficient Social Network-Mobility Model for MANETs -- Design of an Efficient Error Control Scheme for Time-Sensitive Application on the Wireless Sensor Network Based on IEEE 802.11 Standard -- Agglomerative Hierarchical Approach for Location Area Planning in a PCSN -- Keynote Talk III -- A Clustering-Based Selective Probing Framework to Support Internet Quality of Service Routing -- Session V A: Network Security -- A Fair and Reliable P2P E-Commerce Model Based on Collaboration with Distributed Peers -- An Efficient Access Control Model for Highly Distributed Computing Environment -- Cryptanalysis and Improvement of a Multisignature Scheme -- Key Forwarding: A Location-Adaptive Key-Establishment Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks -- New Anonymous User Identification and Key Establishment Protocol in Distributed Networks -- Session V B: Grid and Networks -- Semantic Overlay Based Services Routing Between MPLS Domains -- Effective Static Task Scheduling for Realistic Heterogeneous Environment -- eHSTCP: Enhanced Congestion Control Algorithm of TCP over High-Speed Networks -- Keynote Talk IV -- Programming Paradigms for Networked Sensing: A Distributed Systems’ Perspective -- Session VI A: Middleware and Data Management -- Deadlock-Free Distributed Relaxed Mutual-Exclusion Without Revoke-Messages -- Fault Tolerant Routing in Star Graphs Using Fault Vector -- Optimistic Concurrency Control in Firm Real-Time Databases -- Stochastic Modeling and Performance Analysis for Video-On-Demand Systems -- A Memory Efficient Fast Distributed Real Time Commit Protocol -- A Model for the Distribution Design of Distributed Databases and an Approach to Solve Large Instances -- Session VI B: Mobility Management -- Tracking of Mobile Terminals Using Subscriber Mobility Pattern with Time-Bound Self Purging Indicators and Regional Route Maps -- SEBAG: A New Dynamic End-to-End Connection Management Scheme for Multihomed Mobile Hosts -- Efficient Mobility Management for Cache Invalidation in Wireless Mobile Environment -- Analysis of Hierarchical Multicast Protocol in IP Micro Mobility Networks -- Efficient Passive Clustering and Gateway Selection in MANETs -- Mobile Agent Based Message Communication in Large Ad Hoc Networks Through Co-operative Routing Using Inter-agent Negotiation at Rendezvous Points -- Network Mobility Management Using Predictive Binding Update -- Session VII: Distributed Articial Intelligence -- Planning in a Distributed System -- Using Inertia and Referrals to Facilitate Satisficing Distributions -- Privacy Preserving Decentralized Method for Computing a Pareto-Optimal Solution.