Smart Networks: IFIP TC6 / WG6.7 Seventh International Conference on Intelligence in Networks (SmartNet 2002) April 8-10, 2002, Saariselkä, Lapland, Finland / Edition 1

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Smart Networks comprises the proceedings of Smartnet'2002, the seventh conference on Intelligence in Networks, which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and organized by Working Group 6.7. It was held in Saariselkä, Finland, in April 2002.
The conference series closely reflects the developments in networking.

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Papers are presented from an April 2002 conference on developments in networking, considering trends in the Internet and in mobile communications and covering platform software, services, and protocols. Papers on platform software address various aspects of software infrastructure in networks including object-orientation, components, agents, and plug-and-play. Material on services looks at interactive TV, group communication, and location awareness. The session on protocols discusses bandwidth brokers, authentication, and protocol testing. Specific topics include virtual private components, an MLS location-based service pilot system, and design of a minimal signaling based bandwidth brokering protocol. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Preface. Invited Papers. Middleware for Mobile Applications Beyond 3G; K. Raatikainen. Active Network Modelling and Simulation: A Behavioural Approach; D. Gaïti, L. Merghem. A Service Deployment Architecture for Heterogenous Active Networks Nodes; M. Bossardt, et al. Driving Trends in Information and Communication Technology - Markets and Technologies; R. Reda, H.R. Van As. Part I: Platforms. Investigating Service Discovery, Management and Network Support for Next Generation Object Oriented Services; B. Silverajan, et al. Virtual Private Components; A. Opitz, et al. A New Organisational Framework for Network Modelling Using a Multi-Agent System; M. Lemercier, D. Gaïti. I3: A New Intelligent Generation for Internet Networks; N. Boukhatem, et al. Accessing CORBA Services from Bluetooth Mobile Terminals; S. Merovuo, et al. Comparision of Softswitch-Architectures Using Parlay as Application Interface; J. Stadler, et al. Mobility Management in a Plug and Play Architecture; M. Malek, F.A. Aagesen. Part II: Services. Inside iTV-Interactive Commerce Services for Broadcast Digital Television; R. Chernock, et al. GCP; M. Zuehlke, H. Koenig. Developing MLS Location-Based Service Pilot System; J. Markkula, et al. Part III: Prools. Design of a Minimal Signaling Based Bandwidth Brokering Prool; M. Agarwal, A. Majumdar. A Client Puzzle Based Public-key Authentication Prool; C.-K. Fung, et al. NAAP: A User-To-Network Authentication Prool; H. Haverinen. Test Bed for Plain C/C++ Prool Implementations; H. Haverinen, L. Lehtinen.

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