NETWORKING 2000. Broadband Communications, High Performance Networking, and Performance of Communication Networks: IFIP-TC6/European Commission International Conference Paris, France, May 14-19, 2000 Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the IFIP-TC6/European Union International Conference, NETWORKING 2000, held in Paris, France, in May 2000.
The 82 revised full papers presented were selected from a total of 209 submissions. The book presents the state of the art in networking research and development. Among the topics covered are wireless networks, optical networks, switching architectures, residential access networks, signaling, voice and video modeling, ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the IFIP-TC6/European Union International Conference, NETWORKING 2000, held in Paris, France, in May 2000.
The 82 revised full papers presented were selected from a total of 209 submissions. The book presents the state of the art in networking research and development. Among the topics covered are wireless networks, optical networks, switching architectures, residential access networks, signaling, voice and video modeling, congestion control, call admission control, QoS, TCP/IP over ATM, interworking of IP and ATM, Internet prools, differential services, routing, multicasting, real-time traffic management, resource management and allocation, and performance modeling.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540675068
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 5/19/2000
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #1815
  • Edition description: 2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 984
  • Product dimensions: 1.98 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Table of Contents

Multicasting in Heterogeneous Networks.- Multi-criteria Arguments for Improving the Fairness of Layered Multicast Applications.- Network-Driven Layered Multicast with IPv6.- Analysis of the Requirements for ATM Multicasting Based on Per-PDU ID Assignment.- Performance of ATM Networks.- Sensitivity of ABR Congestion Control Algorithms to Hurst Parameter Estimates.- Providing GFR Guarantees for TCP/IP Traffic over APON Access Systems.- Buffer Size Requirements for Delay Sensitive Traffic Considering Discrete Effects and Service-Latency in ATM Switches.- Packet Switching Node Architectures.- Distributed Input and Deflection Routing Based Packet Switch Using Shuffle Pattern Network.- A Distributed Dynamic Scheduling Algorithm for a Terabit Multicast Packet Switch.- An Interworking Call Control Solution for a Multidiscipline Switch.- Multicasting I.- Generic Multicast Transport Services: Router Support for Multicast Applications.- RP-Based Multicast Receiver Access Control in PIM-SM.- An Algorithm for Multicast with Multiple QoS Constraints and Dynamic Membership.- QoS and Traffic Issues.- Optimal Traffic Partitioning in MPLS Networks.- Impact of the Ethernet Capture Effect on Bandwidth Measurements.- Optical Networks.- Statistical Study of the Correlation Between Topology and Wavelength Usage in Optical Networks with and without Conversion.- Computing Blocking Probabilities in Multi-class Wavelength Routing Networks.- A Comparative Study of Mesh and Multi-ring Designs for Survivable WDM Networks.- Multicasting II.- Membership-Insensitive Totally Ordered Multicast: Properties and Performance.- On Finding Feasible Solutions to the Group Multicast Routing Problem.- TCP/IP over ATM.- Analysis of Cell Spacing on a TCP Flow Mapped onto an ATM Connection.- Mapping of Loss and Delay Between IP and ATM Using Network Calculus.- Traffic with Long Range Dependencies.- A Self-Similar Point Process Through Fractal Construction.- Tail Transitions in Queues with Long Range Dependent Input.- Congestion Control in Broadband Multicast Networks.- An Exact Algorithm for Calculating Blocking Probabilities in Multicast Networks.- Approximations for Call-Blocking Probabilities in Multirouting Multicasting Multirate Loss Networks.- Consolidation Algorithm Interoperability in Point-to-Multipoint ABR Services in ATM Networks.- QoS and Signalling.- Evaluation of the INSIGNIA Signaling System.- Design and Implementation of RSVP Based on Object-Relationships.- Indirect RSVP for Virtual Cluster Cellular Mobile IP Networks.- Voice/Video Traffic Modelling.- Aggregation of Markovian Sources: Approximations with Error Control.- Multi-scaling Models of Sub-frame VBR Video Traffic.- An Accurate Closed-Form Formula to Calculate the Dejittering Delay in Packetised Voice Transport.- IP and ATM Interworking.- Interworking of B-ISDN Signaling and Internet Prool.- Mapping an Internet Assured Service on the GFR ATM Service.- Real-Time Cell Arrival Sequence Estimation and Simulator for IP/ATM Networks.- Single-Server Queues.- Computing Shastical Bounds for the Tail Distribution of an M/GI/1 Queue.- Analysis of Packet Delay in a GI-G-1 Queue with Non-preemptive Priority Scheduling.- New Results on the Numerical Stability of the Shastic Fluid Flow Model Analysis.- Real-Time Traffic Management.- QoS Support for Real-Time Applications Using the Integration of RSVP/Intserv and Diffserv: A Testbed Experiment.- Efficient End-to-End Transport of Soft Real-Time Applications.- Real-Time Traffic Transmission over the Internet.- High Speed Wireless Access.- High Speed Wireless Internet Access: Combination of MPLS and BRAN HIPERLAN/2 Technologies.- Effect of Turn-Around Times on the Performance of High Speed Ad-hoc MAC Prools.- Experimental Investigation of the Effects of Delay and Error Rate on Throughput and Performance of ATM Satellite Links Serving LAN Islands.- Differentiated Services.- Dynamic Algorithms with Worst-Case Performance for Packet Classification.- Intelligent Traffic Conditioners for Assured Forwarding Based Differentiated Services Networks.- DiffServ in the Web: Different Approaches for Enabling Better Services in the World Wide Web.- Internet Performance and Control.- Performance of Short TCP Transfers.- Performance Study of Satellite-Linked Web Caches and Filtering Policies.- Distributed Control System for Low Priority Controllable Traffic in Packet Switched Backbone Networks.- Residential Access Networks.- Application-Independent End-to-End Security in Shared-Link Access Networks.- Fair Efficient Call Admission Control Policies for Heterogeneous Traffic Streams in a Packet Routing Server Using The DTM Technology.- QoS Negotiation.- An Agent-Based Framework for Large Scale Internet Applications.- Benchmarking of Signaling Based Resource Reservation in the Internet.- Resource Management.- Kalman and Neural Network Approaches for the Control of a VP bandwidth in an ATM Network.- Fairness and Aggregation: A Primal Decomposition Study.- QoS in Wireless Networks.- On Learning and the Quality of Service in a Wireless Network.- Distributed Fair Bandwidth Allocation of a Wireless Base Station.- Fast Approximate Algorithms for Maximum Lifetime Routing in Wireless Ad-hoc Networks.- Delay Bounds.- Performance Evaluation of Resource Division Policies for PGPS Scheduling in ATM Networks.- Worst-Case Deterministic Delay Bounds for Arbitrary Weighted Generalized Processor Sharing Schedulers.- Deterministic End-to-End Delay Bounds in an Accumulation Network.- Internet Prools.- Performance Analysis of Ip Switching and Tag Switching.- A distributed Mechanism for Identification and Discrimination of non TCP-friendly Flows in the Internet.- Wireless LAN.- New Handoff Strategies in Microcell/Macrocell Overlaying Systems.- Dynamic IEEE 802.11: Design, Modeling and Performance Evaluation.- TCP/IP over the Bluetooth Wireless Ad-hoc Network.- Traffic Control for Quality of Service.- A Scheme for Time-Dependent Resource Reservation in QoS-Enabled IP Networks.- Impact of “Trunk Reservation” on Elastic Flow Routing.- Routing.- New Distributed Multicast Routing and Its Performance Evaluation.- Distance-Vector QoS-Based Routing with Three Metrics.- On Shortest Path Problems with “Non-Markovian” Link Contribution to Path Lengths.- Quality of Service for Video and Multimedia.- Adaptive QoS Platform in Multimedia Networks.- Quality-of-Service (QoS) in Heterogeneous Networks: CLIP, LANE, and MPOA Performance Test.- Experiments with Dynamic Multiplexing and UPC Renegotiation for Video over ATM.- Call Admission Control in Cellular Systems.- The Study of Burst Admission Control in an Integrated Cellular System.- Model and optimal Call Admission Policy in Cellular Mobile Networks.- Measurement-based Pre-Assignment Scheme with Connection-level QoS Support for Multiservice Mobile Networks.- Resource Allocation.- QoS Rewards and Risks: A Multi-market Approach to Resource Allocation.- Spare Capacity Planning for Survivable Mesh Networks.- A Cooperative Game Theory Approach to Resource Allocation in Wireless ATM Networks.

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