Converged Networking: Data and Real-time Communications over IP

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Chris McDonald
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 31, 2003 - Computers - 354 pages
This volume forms the edited proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Communications Interworking, held in Perth, Western Australia, from 13-16 October, 2002. In total, 39 research papers were submitted for consideration, and after full refereeing by international referees, 27 papers from authors in 11 countries were accepted for publication. Invited keynote addresses were presented by Dr Hugh Bradlow, Chief Technology Offleer for Telstra Corporation, Australia, and Dr Sathya Rao, Director ofTelscom A.G., Switzerland. The symposium brought together 60 active international researchers and telecommunications engineers to discuss the important questions as to whether there is a convergence of all communications, including real-time communications, over the Internet Protocol (IP), and whether existing IP technology is capable of supporting this convergence, or whether it requires further development of that technology. The papers selected to appear in this volume make an important and timely contribution to this debate. Specific symposium paper sessions were held to present and discuss ernerging research on the topics of converged networking, real-time communications over IP, quality of service, routing and metrics, ernerging issues in mobile networks, differentiated services, and wireless networking.
 

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Contents

A Deadlock Prevention Algorithm
3
DIMENSIONING METHOD FOR MULTISERVICE IP NETWORKS TO SATISFY DELAY QOS CONSTRAINTS
15
Pricing priority services over DiffServenabled transport networks
27
Providing Quality of Service for Packet Based Services in UMTS
41
SCNIP Telephony Convergence
57
A proposal for QoS monitoring in SLAbased multidomain networks
69
Service Discovery Integrated Network Platform
81
Open Access Networks
93
Internet Extension to S Caucuses and Central Asia The SILK Project
187
Media Transmission over Coupled WiredWireless Networks using Application Level Active IPv6 Networks
199
SIP SIGNALLING DELAY IN 3GPP
213
TCP throughput over links with high Bit Error Rate
225
REALTIME SIGNAL TRANSFER OVER IP NETWORKS
237
Simulation Studies using the Encourager Program
253
Analysis and Extensions
267
Traffic Engineering Using OSPF Weights and Splitting Ratios
279

A EURESCOM Project View
111
IPv6 based Mobile Routing
123
Design of High Capacity Wireless LANs based on 80211b Technology
135
Fair Intelligent Congestion Control Resource Discovery Protocol on TCP Based Network
147
A Simple Pricing Scheme for DiffServ Networks
163
A Simplified QoS scheme using Virtual Link in MPLS based backbone network
175
IMPLEMENTATION OF HIERARCHICAL MOBILE IPV6 FOR LINUX
291
Applying the BGRP Concept for a Scalable Inter Domain Resource Provisioning in IP Networks
303
Resource Management in Differentiated Services Networks
315
NEAROPTIMAL ALLOCATION OF DELAY REQUIREMENTS ON MULTICAST TREES
327
Hybrid Quality of Service Architecture for WirelessMobile Environment
343
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