The Ninth IEEE International Workshop on Future Trends of Distributed Computing Systems: FTDCS 2003

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Fifty-one papers from the May 2003 workshop present recent research in the areas of system architectures, distributed software and programming, mobile computing, replication and coordination, middleware services, communication protocols, routing control, and scheduling. Among the topics are personalized information dissemination using agent organizations, a language for defining service level agreements, analysis of parallel downloading for large file distribution, and application domain accounting for roaming ...
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Overview

Fifty-one papers from the May 2003 workshop present recent research in the areas of system architectures, distributed software and programming, mobile computing, replication and coordination, middleware services, communication protocols, routing control, and scheduling. Among the topics are personalized information dissemination using agent organizations, a language for defining service level agreements, analysis of parallel downloading for large file distribution, and application domain accounting for roaming services. Other topics include autonomous transaction processing using data dependency in mobile environments, adopting redundancy techniques for multicast stream authentication, and network tomography-based unresponsive flow detection and control. No subject index. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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  • ISBN-13: 9780769519104
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Pages: 392

Table of Contents

Message from the Steering Committee Chair
Message from the Workshop Chair
Message from the Program Co-Chair
Workshop Organization
A System Architecture for Distributed Control Loop Applications 2
Autonomous Decentralized Community Concept and Architecture for a Complex Adaptive Information System 9
The Road to More Configurable and Adaptive Communication and Coordination Support 16
pFilter: Global Information Filtering and Dissemination Using Structured Overlay Networks 24
Using a Distributed Snapshot Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Networks 31
Personalized Information Dissemination Using Agents Organizations 38
Architecture a Operation of an Adaptable Communication Substrate 46
Supporting Agent-Based Distributed Software Development through Modeling and Simulation 56
Measuring and Tracking Distributed Software Development Projects 63
Seamless Integration of Distributed Internet Devices for Pervasive Architecture 70
Programming Computers Embedded in the Physical World 78
Using UML for Server Creation 86
Situation-Aware Contract Specification Language for Middleware for Ubiquitous Computing 93
SLAng: A Language for Defining Service Level Agreements 100
GIDM: Globally-Indexed Distributed Memory 108
Towards a Semantic, Deep Archival File System 115
Distributed Shared State 122
Analysis of Parallel Downloading for Large File Distribution 128
Autonomous Transaction Processing Using Data Dependency in Mobile Environments 138
Fault-Tolerant Mobile Agents in Distributed Objects Systems 145
Core Services in a Middleware for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks 152
Looking for a Common View for Mobile Worlds 159
Binding Clients to Replicated Servers: Initial and Continuous Binding 168
Autonomous Coordination in the Information Allocation in Distributed Database Systems for Assurance 175
Adopting Redundancy Techniques for Multicast Stream Authentication 183
JTEAM: A Framework for Effective Teamwork of BDI-Based Agents 190
Resource- and Quality-Aware Application-Level Service Multicast 198
Service Provisioning and Management in Virtual Private Active Networks 205
Q-Mar: A QoS Resource Conflict Identification Model for Situation-Aware Middleware 212
Queue Management for QoS Provision Build on Network Processor 219
Dynamic Component Composition for Functionality Adaptation in Pervasive Environments 226
Secure Middleware for Situation-Aware Naval C[superscript 2] and Combat Systems 233
Uniquitous Computing with Service Adaptation Using Peer-to-Peer Communication Framework 240
Towards Middleware Services for Ad-Hoc Network Applications 249
Network Tomography-Based Unresponsive Flow Detection and Control 258
Communication Protocol for a Hierarchical Group 265
Flexible Group Communication Protocol 272
On-Demand Media Streaming over the Internet 279
Scenario-Based Object-Oriented Test Frameworks for Testing Distributed Systems 288
Design and Implementation of a Web-Based Real-Time Interactive Collaboration Environment 295
Website Evolution Based on Statistic Data 301
Message Ferrying: Proactive Routing in Highly-Partitioned Wireless Ad Hoc Networks 308
Optimizing Routing in Structured Peer-to-Peer Overlay Networks Using Routing Table Redundancy 315
On Event Routing in Content-Based Publish/Subscribe through Dynamic Networks 322
Gang Scheduling in a Distributed System Under Processor Failures and Time-Varying Gang Size 330
Modeling and Performance Analysis of a Multiserver Multiqueue System on the Grid 337
Toward Easily Analyzable Sensor Networks via Structuring of Time-Triggered Tasks 344
Exhaustive Search for Costas-Type Sequences for Multi-Target Recognition 354
Application Domain Accounting for Roaming Services 359
Developing a Common Operating Environment for Military Application 367
Author Index 377
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