Managing QoS in Multimedia Networks and Services: IEEE / IFIP TC6 -- WG6.4 & WG6.6 Third International Conference on Management of Multimedia Networks and Services (MMNS'2000) September 25-28, 2000, Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil / Edition 1by Jose Neuman de Souza
Welcome to the third International Conference on Management of Multimedia Networks and Services (MMNS'2000) in Fortaleza (Brazil)! The first MMNS was held in Montreal ( Canada) in july 1997 and the second MMNS was held in Versailles (France) in November 1998. The MMNS conference takes place every year and a half and is aimed to be a truly international event by… See more details below
Welcome to the third International Conference on Management of Multimedia Networks and Services (MMNS'2000) in Fortaleza (Brazil)! The first MMNS was held in Montreal ( Canada) in july 1997 and the second MMNS was held in Versailles (France) in November 1998. The MMNS conference takes place every year and a half and is aimed to be a truly international event by bringing together researchers and practitioners from all around the world and by organising the conference each time in a different continent/country. Over the past several years, there has been a considerable amount of research within the fields of multimedia networking and network management. Much of that work has taken place within the context of managing Quality-of Service in broadband integrated services digital networks such as the A TM, and more recently in IP-based networks, to respond to the requirements of emerging multimedia applications. A TM networks were designed to support multimedia traffic with diverse characteristics and can be used as the transfer mode for both wired and wireless networks. A new set of Internet protocols is being developed to provide better quality of service, which is a prerequisite for supporting multimedia applications. Multimedia applications have a different set of requirements, which impacts the design of the underlying communication network as well as its management. Several QoS management mechanisms intervening at different layers of the communication network are required including QoS-routing, QoS-based transport, QoS negotiation, QoS adaptation, FCAPS management, and mobility management.
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Table of ContentsPreface. Program Committee. List of Reviewers. Part One: Performance Management in Broadband Networks. 1. Performance Evaluation of the Hierarchical Handoff Scheme for Wireless ATM Networks; N. Kara, et al. 2. SD+: Improving TCP Performance over ATM-UBR Service Using Selective Drop Buffer Management Scheme; A.E. Elabd, M.A. Mostafa. 3. Performance Analysis of Access Points In Cellular Wirless ATM Networks; A. Marshall, et al. Part Two: Quality of Service in Internet Networks. 4. Automating Internet Routing Behavior Analysis Using Public WWW Traceroute Services; S. Gurun, B.K. Szymanski. 5. An Evaluation of Different Marking Algorithms in Assured Forwarding Service; T. Yang, et al. 6. A Traffic Differentiation Method for IPv6 over ATM Networks; J. Sá Silva, et al. Part Three: Multimedia Networks and Services. 7. Managing Distributed Conferences with ISABEL; T. Robles, et al. 8. Benchmarking Issues of a Distributed Multimedia Database Management Service; A.L. Vasconcelos Coelho, I.L. Marques Ricarte. 9. Fault Management in a Multicast Routing Environment: Kernal Based Tree Protocol, a Case Study; M. Dâfir Ech-Cherif El Kettani, Y. Souissi. 10. Traffic Management in Isochronets Networks; K. Lopes Dias, et al. Part Four: Network Programmability. 11. Inter-domain Integrity Management for Programmable Network Interfaces; O. Prnjat, L. Sacks. 12. A TINA-based Distributed Environment for Mobile Multimedia Applications; A.S. Pinto, et al. 13. Development of Parlay-based ServicesUsing UML and SDL; M. Koltsidas, et al. Part Five &endash; Policies and Service Management. 14. Supporting Service Quality Assurance via Trouble Management; R. Sinnott, et al. 15. Policies for Feature Interaction Resolution; M. Amer, et al 16. A Piggybacking Policy for Reducing the Bandwidth Demand of Video Servers; R. de A. Façanha, N.L.S. da Fonseca. Part Six: Advanced techniques for Network Management. 17. Integrating IP Multicasting in Standard Network Management Protocols; E. Al-Shaer, Y. Tang. 18. Reducing the Response Time in Network Management by Using Multiple Mobile Agents; M.G. Rubinstein, et al. 19. Hierarchical Rerouting Model for Fault Tolerance in Multi-Network Environment; W.-K. Hong, et al. 20. NetDoM: An Information System for Network Documentation Management; A. Sellaro, et al.
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