Performance and Qos of Next Generation Networking: Proceedings of the International Conference on the Performance and Qos of Next Generation Networking, P and Qnet 2000, Nagoya, Japan, November 2000

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The rapid advancement of key communication technologies such as, optical and radio transmission, coding schemes, and switching mechanisms, has meant that communication networks are growing both in scale and speed.
The next generation of communication networks will also have an increased usage, as Internet and real time applications are expected to share a significant proportion of the bandwidth. In order to achieve QoS (Quality of Service) and seamless guaranteed transmission ...

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Overview

The rapid advancement of key communication technologies such as, optical and radio transmission, coding schemes, and switching mechanisms, has meant that communication networks are growing both in scale and speed.
The next generation of communication networks will also have an increased usage, as Internet and real time applications are expected to share a significant proportion of the bandwidth. In order to achieve QoS (Quality of Service) and seamless guaranteed transmission whatever the source characteristic, further research into network technologies is essential.
This book covers the latest research results presented at P&QNET2000. Topics covered include many aspects of theory, simulation, and implementation related to future developments in the fields of the Internet, mobile computing and communication, performance evaluation methodology, network management and IP applications.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781852333720
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/28/2000
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 62.50 (w) x 90.00 (h) x 1.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Towards Networks with Cognitive Packets 3
User's WWW Access Statistics Measured at Proxy Servers: Case Study for Cache Hit Ratio and Response Time 21
Characterisation of End-to-End Performance for Web Based File Server Repositories 37
Analysis of World Wide Web traffic by nonparametric estimation techniques 67
Design and Evaluation of New Communication Control Method to Support the Quality Change of Communication Line 85
TCP over a multi-state Markovian path 103
ISP's Internet Backbone Augmentation using Virtual Link Configuration in Link-state Routing 123
A Local Anchor Scheme for Mobile IP 137
A Distributed Channel Allocation Strategy based on A Threshold Scheme in Mobile Cellular Networks 157
The Feasibility Study on a Spectrum Overlaid System of N-CDMA and W-CDMA 171
Mobility and Traffic Analysis for WCDMA Networks 187
On the Tradeoff Between Effectiveness and Scalability of Measurement-based Admission Control 211
Overload Control Mechanisms for Web Servers 225
Performance Comparison of Different Class-and-Drop Treatment of Data and Acknowledgements in DiffServ IP Networks 245
Providing QoS Guarantee for Individual Video Stream via Stochastic Admission Control 263
Stochastic Petri Nets and Their Applications 283
Dynamic Routing and Wavelength Assignment Using First Policy Iteration, Inhomogeneous Traffic Case 301
Performability Analysis of TDMA Cellular Systems Based on Composite and Hierarchical Markov Chain Models 317
The MM CPP/GE/c/L G-Queue at equilibrium 333
Performance Analysis of the IEEE 1394 Serial Bus 359
Author Index 375
Index 377
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