Communications and Networking in China: 1st International Business Conference, Chinacombiz 2008, Hangzhou China, August 2008, Revised Selected Papers

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Patrick Bond
Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 1, 2009 - Computers - 106 pages
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ChinacomBiz 2008 was the first international business-to-business (B2B) conference held in collaboration with the Chinacom scientific event in Hangzhou, China, on August 28. It was specifically tailored to produce more effective dialogue between the research, technology and business communities on technical developments in China and around the world. The event had industry support via well-know industry names such as the WIFI Alliance, Springer, CREATE-NET and Arris. The main focus of the event was on transport networks and infrastructures, video distribution systems and methods and the associated software systems that tie them all together. A total of 24 authors submitted their papers and a final 11 registrations were accepted. It was an excellent start to the B2B program and feedback was positive from all attendees. The presentations this year originated from the USA, Denmark, Germany, Brazil and of course China, providing the audience with a wide variety of topics and persp- tives in all the three categories mentioned above. The presentations from the event are available for download from the website itself (see http://www.chinacombiz.org/). Next year’s event is already being planned and it will again be collocated with the Chinacom scientific event. We look forward to having another great interaction with science, business and technology from a China perspective. August 2008 Patrick Bond
 

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Contents

Undetectable Manipulation of CRC Checksums for Communication and Data Storage
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Survey of PHY and LINK Layer Functions of Cognitive Radio Networks for Opportunistic Spectrum Sharing
10
Optimizing TCP Performance over UMTS with Split TCP Proxy
25
Use of Photonic Networks in Digital Cinema Postproduction Dailies Workflow
36
Visualizing TCPIP Network Flows to Control Congestion and Bottlenecks
40
Zone Based Message Ferrying for Disruption Tolerant Networks
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Improving Query Mechanisms for Unstructured PeertoPeer Networks
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Layer 3 Initialization Procedures Recommendation in Next Generation Heterogeneous Mobile Networks
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Broadcast Data Scheduling in Wireless Environment
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Analysis on ImaiShins LRAKE Protocol for Wireless Network Security
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Surveys on the Intrusion Tolerance System
90
Study on the DSCDMACSMA Multiuser Communication Systems
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Author Index
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Patrick Bond is a political economist and currently professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Johannesburg. He has published extensively on Zimbabwe and South Africa and is an active contributor to national, regional and international debates on neo-colonialism and social justice.

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