Networking -- ICN 2005: 4th International Conference on Networking, Reunion Island, France, April 17-21, 2005, Proceedings, Part I

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Pascal Lorenz, Petre Dini
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The International Conference on Networking (ICN 2005) was the fourth conf- ence in its series aimed at stimulating technical exchange in the emerging and important ?eld of networking. On behalf of the International Advisory C- mittee, it is our great pleasure to welcome you to the proceedings of the 2005 event. Networking faces dramatic changes due to the customer-centric view, the venue of the next generation networks paradigm, the push from ubiquitous n- working,andthenewservicemodels.Despitelegacyproblems,whichresearchers and industry are still discovering and improving the state of the art, the ho- zon has revealed new challenges that some of the authors tackled through their submissions. InfactICN2005wasverywellperceivedbytheinternationalnetworkingc- munity. A total of 651 papers from more than 60 countries were submitted, from which 238 were accepted. Each paper was reviewed by several members of the Technical Program Committee. This year, the Advisory Committee revalidated various accepted papers after the reviews had been incorporated. We perceived a signi?cant improvement in the number of submissions and the quality of the submissions. TheICN2005programcoveredavarietyofresearchtopicsthatareofcurrent interest,startingwithGridnetworks,multicasting,TCPoptimizations,QoSand security, emergency services, and network resiliency. The Program Committee selected also three tutorials and invited speakers that addressed the latest - search results from the international industries and academia, and reports on ?ndings from mobile, satellite, and personal communications related to 3rd- and 4th-generation research projects and standardization.
 

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GRID
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A Novel Uplink System
8
Transient Capacity Evaluation of UWB Ad Hoc Network with MIMO
18
A ClientSide Workflow Middleware in the Grid
19
ChipbyChip Iterative Multiuser Detection for VBLAST Coded
26
PeertoPeer II
33
Optical Networks
34
Constraint Based LSP Handover CBLH in MPLS Networks
42
Signal Processing for HighSpeed Data Communication Using Pure
410
Cube Connected Cycles Based Bluetooth Scatternet Formation
413
CurrentMode VHF HighQuality Analog Filters Suitable for Spectral
417
Design of UWB Transmitter and a New MultipleAccess Method
421
Jiri Schimmel Petr Sysel
425
Bluetooth Device Manager Connecting a Large
430
Routing III
433
Sensor Networks
438

Optimizing Interdomain Multicast Through DINloop with GMPLS
50
Analytical Model for CrossPhase Modulation in Multispan
52
A Fast Path Recovery Mechanism for MPLS Networks
58
A New Path Protection Algorithm for Meshed Survivable
68
An IP Traceback Scheme in MPLS Network
75
Wireless Networks
76
Streaming
82
Traffic Control II
85
Ad Hoc Networks
91
Performance Analysis of ARQ Based Error
92
Candidate Discovery for Connected Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
99
Distributed kClustering Algorithms for Random Wireless Multihop
109
PolicyBased Dynamic Reconfiguration of Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
116
An EndtoEnd
125
Optimizing TCP Retransmission Timeout
133
Stable Accurate Rapid Bandwidth Estimate for Improving TCP over
141
Quality of Service Solutions in Satellite Communication
144
Performance Analysis of TCP Variants over TimeSpaceLabeled
149
Routing
156
Packet Delay Analysis of Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation Scheme in
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A New QoS Routing Algorithm
164
Interdomain Advance Resource Reservation or Slotted Optical Abdelilah Maach Abdelhakim Hafid Jawad Drissi f
169
Applicability of Resilient Routing Layers for kFault Network Recovery
173
Virtual SourceBased Minimum Interference Path Multicast Routing
178
Multiple Failures Restoration by Group Protection in WDM Networks
186
A Vision of Resilient Ambience
192
Wavelength Assignment in RouteFixed Optical WDM Ring by
194
Quality of Service Routing Network and Performance Evaluation
202
Wireless Networks II
204
Namkoo Ha Byeongjik Lee Kyungun Kim Kiun Han J J
210
LightWeight WLAN Extension for Predictive Handover in Mobile IPv6
214
Routing Cost Versus Network Stability in MANET
218
Algorithms for EnergyEfficient Broad and Multicasting in Wireless
221
Performance
225
Multipath Energy Efficient Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Network
226
Converting SIRCIM Indoor Channel Model into SNRBased Channel
231
Performance of Service Location Protocols in MANET Based
234
Enhancing Wireless Intrusion Response with Runtime
239
A New Scheme for Key Management in Ad Hoc Networks
242
Evaluation of Transport Layer Loss Notification in Wireless
247
Robust TCP TCPR with Explicit Packet Drop Notification EPDN
250
Adapting TCP Segment Size in Cellular Networks
258
AcTMs Active ATM Switches with TAP Trusted and Active
266
ClientControlled QoS Management in Networked Virtual Environments
268
AIMD Penalty Shaper to Enforce Assured Service for TCP Flows
275
Routing II
284
Modeling UserPerceived QoS in Hybrid Broadcast
286
Efficient Prioritized Service Recovery Using ContentAware Routing
297
Evaluating Evolutionary IPBased Transport Services on a Dark Fiber
306
Queue Management Scheme Stabilizing Buffer Utilization in the
307
Two Mathematically Equivalent Models of the UniquePath OSPF
318
Optical Networks III
326
Fault Free Shortest Path Routing on the de Bruijn Networks
327
Traffic Control in IP Networks with Multiple Topology Routing
335
Optical Hybrid Switching Using FlowLevel Service Classification
342
Ad Hoc Networks III
343
Delay Constraint Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation for Differentiated
350
On the Capacity of Wireless AdHoc Network Basing on Graph Theory
353
Wireless Networks III
358
From the User to
366
Energy Consumption in Multicast Protocols for Static Ad Hoc Networks
369
Integrating WMAN with WWAN for Seamless Services
374
Weighted Flow Contention Graph and Its Applications in Wireless
377
Towards Mobile Broadband
382
Signal Processing
384
Emulation Based Performance Investigation of FTP File Downloads
388
Analytical Design of Maximally Flat Notch FIR Filters
392
Unisource and Multisource Ary Tree Algorithms for Best Effort m
397
Iterative Decoding and Carrier Frequency Offset Estimation for
401
WPAN
406
MultiPath
442
On the Security of ClusterBased Communication Protocols
449
An EnergyEfficient Coverage Maintenance Scheme for Distributed
459
A Verified Distance Vector Routing Protocol for Protection of Internet
463
A ClusterBased Energy Balancing Scheme in Heterogeneous Wireless
467
An Optimal Node Scheduling for Flat Wireless Sensor Networks
475
Hybrid Topology Makes Chord Efficient
480
Traffic Control
483
RealTime Network Traffic Prediction Based on a Multiscale
492
Mobility Adaptation Layer Framework for Heterogeneous Wireless
496
Provisioning VPN over Shared Network Infrastructure
500
Potential Risks of Deploying Large Scale Overlay Networks
508
A Logical Network Topology Design for Mobile Agent Systems
521
Communication Architectures
527
Call Admission Control for Next Generation Cellular Networks Using
543
Delay Estimation Method Ntier Architecture
544
Performance Evaluation and Improvement of Nonstable Resilient
551
Sensor Networks II
561
Load Distribution Performance of the Reliable Server Pooling
564
Power Management Protocols for Regular Wireless Sensor Networks
577
Performance Evaluation of Multichannel SlottedALOHA Networks
585
An Efficient Protocol for Setting Up a Data Dissemination Path
594
Active Traffic Monitoring for Heterogeneous Environments
603
PeertoPeer
606
A DiscreteTime HOL Priority Queue with Multiple Traffic Classes
620
Implementation
625
Improving a Local Search Technique for Network Optimization Using
635
An Approach to Fair Resource Sharing in PeertoPeer Systems
643
Discovery and Routing in the HEN Heterogeneous PeertoPeer Network
653
Audio and Video Communications
654
Video Flow Adaptation for Light Clients on an Active Network
672
ClientIndependent Security Approach
673
Active Host InformationBased Abnormal IP Address Detection
689
IP ISDN and ATM Infrastructures for Synchronous Teleteaching
690
An Energy Constrained Multihop Clustering Algorithm for Wireless
706
A Practical and Secure Communication Protocol in the Bounded
707
An Optimal Coverage Scheme for Wireless Sensor Network
722
Impact of Distributed Denial of Service DDoS Attack Due to
730
Analyzing Performance Data Exchange in Content Delivery Networks
737
Traffic Control III
740
ApplicationLevel Multicast Using DINPeer in P2P Networks
754
Network Traffic Sampling Model on Packet Identification
758
Reliable Mobile Ad Hoc P2P Data Sharing
772
Impact of Traffic Load on SCTP Failovers in SIGTRAN
774
A Novel Method of Network Burst Traffic RealTime Prediction Based
784
An Efficient Long Query Path Driven Replication Strategy
793
Differentiated Services
794
Determining Differentiated Services Network Pricing Through Auctions
802
A Congestion Control Scheme for Supporting Differentiated Service
810
Energy Efficiency Analysis of IEEE 802 11 DCF with Variable Packet
811
Models and Analysis of TCCAQM Schemes over DiffServ Networks
818
Switching
826
Password Authenticated Key Exchange for ResourceConstrained
827
Effect of Unbalanced Bursty Traffic on MemorySharing Schemes
834
New Layouts Multistage Interconnection Networks
842
Generalization of the Delegation Signer Model
844
Packet Scheduling Across Networks of Switches
849
New RoundRobin Scheduling Algorithm for Combined
857
Multicast
859
Scheduling Algorithms for Input Queued Switches Using Local Search
865
Multimedia Streaming in Home Environments
873
Multicast II
874
Scalability and Robustness of Virtual Multicast for Synchronous
876
Performance Analysis of a Video Streaming Buffer
892
Low Delay Multiflow Block Interleavers for RealTime Audio Streaming
909
A Study on the Cell Sectorization Using the WBTC and NBTC
920
Author Index 1147
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Author Index
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