Communications and Computer Networks    (CCN 2002)

November 4 – 6, 2002
Cambridge, USA
Editor(s): M. H. Hamza
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Track Communications Systems and Networks FreeSubscription
381-011 Determining User Satisfaction in a Scenario with Heterogeneous Overlay Wireless Networks
E. Vanem, S. Svaet, and F. Paint (Norway)
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381-020 Pseudo-random Interleaver Design for Turbo Codes
J. Li (PRC), E.H. Qi (USA), and Q. Liang (PRC)
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381-021 A Power-efficient Protocol for the Construction of Broadcast Trees in Multi-hop Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
F. Li and K. Wu (Canada)
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381-043 System Performance Analysis of Ad Hoc Wireless Network with Directional Antenna
R. Pal and M.N. Pal (India)
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381-052 Reconstruction of Application Layer Message Sequences by Network Monitoring
A. Singh and J. Subhlok (USA)
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381-059 Photonic Gateways: 40 Gbit/s Bi-lateral Multiplexing Format Conversions of OTDM-WDM-OTDM and OCDM-WDM-OCDM
H. Sotobayashi, W. Chujo, and K. Kitayama (Japan)
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381-060 Efficient Time-based Topology-dependent Scheduling for Radio Packet Networks
T. Nadeem and A. Agrawala (USA)
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381-062 A Robust Authentication and Key Agreement Protocol for Third-generation Wireless Networks
M. Zhang (USA)
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381-068 Combining Positioning and History-based Measurements in Dynamic Guard Channel Schemes
R. Zander and J.M. Karlsson (Sweden)
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381-069 An 80 Gbit/s RZ and Carrier-suppressed-RZ Signal Transmission over 200-km Standard Single-mode Fiber by using Mid-span Optical Phase Conjugation based on Four-wave Mixing in Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers
J. Inoue, H. Sotobayashi, W. Chujo, and H. Kawaguchi (Japan)
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381-088 Scaleable ATM Switch Architecture for CATV Networks and Dimensioning of its Buffers
H. Kariniemi and J. Nurmi (Finland)
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381-094 Dynamic Priority Scheduling Discipline
C.-K. Siew, J. Tang, G.-B. Huang, J. Sheng, and M.-H. Er (Singapore)
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381-108 Radio Frequency Interference and Capacity Reduction in DSL
P. Venugopal, M.J. Carter, and S.A. Valcourt (USA)
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381-121 Challenges to CMOS-Hardware Design for Wireless Network Terminals
I. Ida, R. Kokozinski, J. Stammen, and D. Greifendorf (Germany)
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381-123 Middleware for Synchronous Group Communication in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
T. Umedu, K. Yasumoto, A. Nakata, H. Yamaguchi, and T. Higashino (Japan)
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381-127 Towards Efficient PKIs for Restricted Mobile Devices
M. Jalali-Sohi and P. Ebinger (Germany)
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381-132 Performance Analysis of Space-time Block Codes in Time-selective Fading Channels
D. Varshney (India), V. Nagarajan and C. Arumugam (USA), and V. Vijayaraghavan (Canada)
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381-144 Loop-based Source Routing Protocol for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
Y. Sagawa, T. Asano, and H. Higaki (Japan)
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381-145 Analysis of the Effectiveness of Multithreading for Interrupts on Communication Processors
V. Pattery, B. Lee, and C. Won (USA), H. Lee and H.-C. Oh (Korea)
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381-155 Analytical Modeling of Block Probabilities in WDM-based Optical Networks with Fixed Alternate Routing and Trunk Reservation
A. Khalil, C. Assi, and M. Ali (USA)
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381-162 An Efficient Scatternet Formation Algorithm for Dynamic Environments
G. Tan, A. Miu, J. Guttag, and H. Balakrishnan (USA)
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Track Network Security FreeSubscription
381-023 Secure Routing against Black-hole Attack in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
B. Sun (USA), K. Wu (Canada), and U.W. Pooch (USA)
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381-031 Multimedia Security in Group Communications: Recent Progress in Wired and Wireless Networks
A.M. Eskicioglu (USA)
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381-045 A Family of Protocols for Group Key Generation in Ad Hoc Networks
A. Yasinsac, V. Thakur, S. Carter, and I. Cubukcu (USA)
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381-051 A Defense Against “Sleep Deprivatioin” Attack
V.M. Igure, T.N. Blalock, and R.D. Willaims (USA)
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381-053 Authentication under Denial-of-Service Attacks
B. Weiss (Austria)
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381-070 A Logic Approach to the Verification and Testing of Security Protocols
W. Yang and C.-W. Tsay (Taiwan)
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381-097 An Approach to Counteract Distributed Denial of Service Attacks
U.K. Tupakula, V. Varadharajan, and M. Hofman (Australia)
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381-113 Pre-forensic Setup Automation for Windows 2000
F. de Souza Oliveira, C. Cardoso Guimarães, and P.L. de Geus (Brazil)
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381-116 Intelligent Firewall: Packet-based Recognition against Internet-scale Virus Attacks
I.S. Yoo and U. Ultes-Nitsche (UK)
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381-117 User Untraceability in the Next-generation Internet: A Proposal
M. Tortonesi and R. Davoli (Italy)
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381-125 Exclusion-based Signature Matching for Intrusion Detection
E.P. Markatos, S. Antonatos, M. Polychronakis, and K.G. Anagnostakis (Greece)
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381-142 427 Mbits/sec Hardware Implementation of the SHA-1 Algorithm in an FPGA
R. Hoare, P. Menon, and M. Ramos (USA)
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Track Network Resource Management FreeSubscription
381-013 Delay based Bandwidth Allocation in Aggregate Traffic
B. Budiardjo, B.A.A. Nazief, and D. Hartanto (Indonesia)
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381-019 Traffic Channel Assignment in Cellular Wireless Networks
J. Holt and A.O. Fapojuwo (Canada)
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381-025 A New Preemption Avoidance and Load Balancing Policy for Traffic Engineering in MPLS Networks
J.-F. Chiu, Y.-B. Miao, C.-W. Lo, Z.-P Huang, W.-S. Hwang, and C.-K Shieh (Taiwan)
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381-111 An Efficient Approach to Enhance Capacity Allocation over Bluetooth Network
L.T. Son, H. Schiøler, and O.B. Madsen (Denmark)
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381-133 Capacity Allocation for Regulated IP Traffic
X. Liu (USA)
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381-137 Wireless Issues for a Mobility Management Middleware
K.A. Hawick and H.A. James (UK)
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381-141 Virtual Foreign Agent in a PON Access Network to Allow Soft-handover of High-speed IP Terminals in Micro-cells
G. Lambertsen and T. Yamada (Japan)
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381-147 A Call Admission Control Protocol for High Speed Networks: Modeling and Analysis
C. Madubata and M. Arozullah (USA)
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381-151 A Dynamic File Allocation Policy for Reliable and Real-time Mobile Information Systems
A. Nakaniwa (Japan) and W.W. Chu (USA)
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Track Communication Switching and Routing FreeSubscription
381-017 An Efficient Buffered Wormhole Routing Scheme
J. Ge (USA)
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381-026 Multicriteria Dynamic Routing in Communication Networks based on F Learning Automata
K. Lukac (Switzerland) and Z. Lukac (Croatia)
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381-027 An Associative Ternary Cache for IP Routing
J.J. Rooney, J.G. Delgado-Frias, and D.H. Summerville (USA)
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381-037 Dimensioning of Switch Fabric Interfaces of High-throughput Routers
P. Raatikainen (Finland)
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381-042 Performance Evaluatioin of a Class of Fault-tolerant High-speed Switching LANs
H.-Y. Tu (USA)
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381-058 Secure Position Aided Ad Hoc Routing
S. Carter and A. Yasinsac (USA)
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381-086 Reliable Routing in MPLS Networks
J. Pu, E. Manning, and G.C. Shoja (Canada)
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381-114 Service Differentiation based on Acyclic Deflection Routing in Optical Burst Switching Networks
W. Tang (PRC), W.-H. So and Y.-C. Kim (Korea)
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381-119 A Hybrid Architecture using Both Optical Burst Switching and Routed Wavelength
A. Maach and G.V. Bochmann (Canada)
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381-124 Wireless Sporadic Communication Protocol for Supporting Cluster-to-base Station Communication
C. Kato, S. Harada, and H. Higaki (Japan)
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381-131 Stateless Autoconfiguration of IPv6 Site-local Addresses
T. Yoshihiro, M. Shimada, Y. Okabe, and K. Iwama (Japan)
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381-143 An Effective BECN Typed Deflection Routing for Optical Burst Switching
K. Ohmae and H. Tanida (Japan), Y.-B. Choi (Korea), and H. Okada (Japan)
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381-166 Restricted Shortest Paths for Routing in 2-circulant Networks
T. Dobravec, B. Robič, and B. Vilfan (Slovenia)
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381-171 An Analysis of Anycast Architecture
K. Ettikan and R. Abdullah (Malaysia)
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Track Simulation, Modelling, and Optimization FreeSubscription
381-015 On the POP Optimization Problem in IP Networks
S. Chamberland, M. St-Hilaire, and S. Pierre (Canada)
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381-016 Expansion of Reliable IP Networks with Performance Guarantees
S. Chamberland (Canada)
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381-075 Performance Optimizations for High-speed TCP on BCL
G. Fan, M. Jie, and M. Dan (PRC)
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381-077 Simulation of a Wireless CDMA Ad Hoc Network
B. Thallner and G. Gridling (Austria)
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381-081 Optimal Partition of Binary Tree for Hierarchical Reliable Multicast
Z.W. Wan, M. Kadoch, and A. Elhakeem (Canada)
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381-092 A Heuristic for Broadcasting
H.A. Harutyunyan and B. Shao (Canada)
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381-109 Conceptual Framework of Integrated Variance Reduction Techniques for Performance Evaluation of Communication Systems
A. Bohdanowicz and J.H. Weber (The Netherlands)
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381-135 An ITU-T G.994.1 Protocol Analysis Tool for ADSL
M.J. Langlois, M.J. Carter, S.A. Valcourt, and W. Lenhearth (USA)
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381-148 Maximum Sensor Reuse with a Given Communication Bound
G. Fan and J. Zhang (USA)
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381-156 Agent Oriented Self Adaptive Genetic Algorithm
Y. Murata, N. Shibata, K. Yasumoto, and M. Ito (Japan)
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381-175 Specialization, Adaptation and Exploration in a Personalized Learning Environment
A. Carbonaro (Italy)
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Track Quality of Service and Service Differentiation FreeSubscription
381-018 Fast and Consistent Packet Classification Scheme Via Efficient Hash-caching
F. Li and K. Wu (Canada)
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381-024 Interactive MPEG Video Streaming over IP-Networks: A Performance Report
M. Furini and M. Roccetti (Italy)
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381-061 Service Differentiation in Web Caching and Content Distribution
M. Feldman and J. Chuang (USA)
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381-090 Performance Analysis of an MAC Scheme for WATM
W.S. Yuan and S. Motoyama (Brazil)
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381-122 An Application-based Forwarding Model of MPLS ATM System for Differential Services
E.-H. Kim, B.-H. Lee, and Y.-J. Cho (Korea)
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381-136 Scalable Edge Admission Control: Architecture and Approach
B. Su, H. Liu, and X. Jin (USA)
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381-152 A QoS-based Anycast Protocol in Differentiated Service Networks
H. Niimi, A. Nakaniwa, H. Ebara, and H. Okada (Japan)
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381-170 A New Inter-Domain QoS Routing Architecture for QoS-enabled Networks
H.A. Mantar, J. Hwang, S.J. Chapin, and I.T. Okumus (USA)
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Track Multimedia Networks, Systems, and Applications FreeSubscription
381-032 Analysis of Throughput and Spatial Fairness of IEEE 802.11B DCF with Capture
Z. Hadzi-Velkov and B. Spasenovski (Macedonia)
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381-036 Performance Evaluation of a Source-based Video Distribution Strategy for Reservation-based Multimedia Systems
B. Veeravalli and X. Li (Singapore)
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381-047 Hierarchical Architecture of Mobility Agent using Logical Layer Concept for Mobile Computing Environments
D.H. Kim, K.W. Kang, Y.H. Kang, and K.M. Cho (Korea)
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381-067 Video Coding for Multimedia Communication using a Novel Orthogonal Logarithmic Search Algorithm
S. Soongsathitanon and S.S. Dlay (UK)
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381-078 An Efficient Hybrid Replication Protocol for Highly Available Distributed System
H-Y. Youn, B. Krishnamsetty, D. Lee, B.-K. Lee, J.S. Choi, H.G. Kim, C.W. Park, and L.H. Su (Korea)
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381-079 Distributed Lock Manager for File Sharing in Storage Area Network
S.C. Choi and H.Y. Youn (Korea)
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381-082 Development and Validation of a Multicast Client/Server Model for Cooperative Control Sessions
G. Fortino (Italy), J.C. Guerri (Spain), C. Mastroianni (Italy), C.E. Palau (Spain), and W. Russo (Italy)
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381-098 A Multiple Gateway Mobile IP Hierarchy Supporting Load Sharing and Fault-tolerance
G.-J. Lee, S.-J. Hong, and J. Kim (Korea)
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381-106 An Object Delivery Framework for Mobile and Distributed Information Retrieval using Mobile Agents
M.-C. Lee, K.H. Tsai, and T.I. Wang (Taiwan)
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381-126 A Video Delivery and Merging Protocol for a Large-scale Video Archive
C.-C. Hsu, T. Aoki, H. Yasuda, Y. Ishibashi, T. Kogure, and F. Hasegawa (Japan)
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381-134 Snapshot Technique for Shared Large Storage in San Environments
Y.H. Kim, C.S. Kim, D.J. Kang, Y. Bak, and M.-J. Kim (Korea)
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381-139 Classifying Customer-provider Relationships in the Internet
T. Erlebach and A. Hall (Switzerland), and T. Schank (Germany)
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381-149 Wireless LAN Access Point Modeling as a Queuing System
I. Al Khatib, G.Q. Maguire, Jr., R. Ayani, and D. Forsgren (Sweden)
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381-157 Output Process Analysis of Integrated Voice/Data Wireless LANs with CSMA/CA Protocol
W. Yue and Y. Matsumoto (Japan)
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381-161 Mobile Game Programming using GVM and Mobile-C
P. Kim, S. Na, S. Ko, and S. Oh (Korea)
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381-169 Remote Versus Traditional Learning in a Computer Networks Laboratory
M.-A. Steinemann and T. Braun (Switzerland)
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Track Papers from other IASTED Conferences FreeSubscription
371-019 A "Poor Man" System for Directional Channel Measurements using a Synthetic Array
S. Mota and A. Rocha (Portugal)
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