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th We are delighted to present the proceedings of the 11 Asia-Paci?c Network Operations and Management Symposium (APNOMS 2008) which was held in Beijing, China, during October 22-24, 2008. TheOrganizingCommittee(OC)selectedthethemeofthisyear'ssymposium as "Challenges for Next-Generation Network Operations and Service Mana- ment. " Research and development on next-generation networks (NGNs) have been carried out over the last few years and we are already seeing their - ployment and operations in many parts of Asia-Paci?c countries. We are also beginning to experience new and interesting services that utilize these NGNs. We are certain that we will see more deployment of NGNs and NGN services in the next few years. Thus, the operations and management of NGNs and their services are very important to the network operators and service providers. At the same time, they are also concerned about new and more e?ective ways of performing the operations and management. This year, the APNOMS call for papers received 195 paper submissions from 19di?erentcountries,includingcountriesoutsidetheAsia-Paci?cregion(Europe, Middle-East, North and South America). Each paper was carefully reviewed by at least three international experts. Based on review scores, the APNOMS 2008 Technical ProgramCommittee discussed the selection of papers, and selected 43 high-quality papers (22. 1% of submissions) as full papers and 34 papers as short papers. Accepted papers were arrangedinto ten technical sessions and two short paper sessions (poster presentation).


Session 1: Routing and Topology Management.- E-Scheme in Delay-Tolerant Networks.- Layer 1 VPN NMS Based on Each VPN Customer.- Algorithms to Managing Unicast, Multicast and Broadcast Transmission for Optical Switches.- Network Planning and Adaptive Routing for Multimedia Traffic.- Session 2: Falut Management.- Network-Wide Rollback Scheme for Fast Recovery from Operator Errors Toward Dependable Network.- An Efficient Failure Recovery Scheme for Next Generation Network Services Based on Distributed Components.- A Novel Fault Diagnosis Approach to Path-Protected WDM Mesh Networks.- Active Diagnosis of High-Level Faults in Distributed Internet Services.- Fault Localization for Heterogeneous Networks Using Alarm Correlation on Consolidated Inventory Database.- Session 3: Community and Virtual Group Management.- Probing Based Topology Inference for Large Scale Community Networks.- Indexing through Querying in Unstructured Peer-to-Peer Overlay Networks.- TrustRRep: An Improved Reputation Management Scheme for Reliable Resource Sharing in Peer-to-Peer Networks.- Group Key Locking Scheme in Mobile Multicast Environments with Modified MLDs.- Session 4: Autonomous and Distributed Control.- The Best Practice and Evaluation of Processes to Develop OSSs Using XML-Based Interfaces.- Review of Knowledge Engineering Requirements for Semantic Reasoning in Autonomic Networks.- Towards Management Requirements of Future Internet.- Considerations on NETCONF-Based Data Modeling.- Session 5: Sensor Network Management.- A Hop by Hop Rate Control Based QoS Management for Real Time Traffic in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Extended Concentric-Clustering Routing Scheme Adapted to Various Environments of Sensor Networks.- Towards Cluster Based Wireless Sensor Network Deployment Management and Network Coverage Verification.- A Logical Group Formation and Management Mechanism Using RSSI for Wireless Sensor Networks.- Session 6: Traffic Identification.- OD Count Estimation Based on Link Count Data.- An Efficient Approach for Analyzing Multidimensional Network Traffic.- The Measurement of User's Subjective Assessment on Throughput Degradation in Bulk Data Transmission.- A Space-Efficient Fair Packet Sampling Algorithm.- Understanding IPv6 Usage: Communities and Behaviors.- Session 7: QoS Management.- DTPD: Data Transfer Tool Performance Diagnosis System in High Speed Networks.- QoS-Aware Customer Network Management (Q-CNM) System for Efficient Handovers with PMIPv6 and MIH.- Dynamic Multi-stream Transport Protocol.- A Study on the Service Quality Management Process and Its Realization Strategy for Capturing Customer Value.- A Novel Integrated Supporting System for Mesh-Pull Based P2P IPTV.- Session 8: Policy and Service Management.- BPEL Driven Policy Management of Virtualized Network Resources for IMS Environments.- Research on the Associated Pricing Strategy in Telecom Industry.- A Semantic Description Approach for Telecommunications Network Capability Services.- Session 9: Wireless and Mobile Network Management.- Low Latency Proactive Handover Scheme for Proxy MIPv6 with MIH.- Simple Modeling for QoS Management of IEEE 802.11 DCF.- Take the Challenge of IP Evolution and OAM Solution.- Performance Evaluation of Heartbeat-Style Failure Detector over Proactive and Reactive Routing Protocols for Mobile Ad Hoc Network.- Session 10: Security Management.- Design and Implementation of an SNMP-Based Traffic Flooding Attack Detection System.- A Method to Detect Prefix Hijacking by Using Ping Tests.- Application of Data Mining to Network Intrusion Detection: Classifier Selection Model.- Detection of Leaps/sLumps in Traffic Volume of Internet Backbone.- A Sampling Method for Intrusion Detection System.- Session S1, S2: Short Papers.- Fast Traffic Classification in High Speed Networks.- Service Impact Analysis Framework Using Service Model for Integrated Service Resource Management of NGN Services.- A Trusted Quality of Web Services Management Framework Based on Six Dimensional QoWS Model and End-to-End Monitoring.- Least Interference Optimization Based Dynamic Multi-path Routing Algorithm in ASON.- QoS-Aware Scheduling in Emerging Novel Optical Wireless Integrated Networks.- An Energy-Efficiency Route Protocol for MIMO-Based Wireless Sensor Networks.- Service Oriented T-MPLS Resilience Algorithm with Multi-QoS Constrained.- Network Stability Analysis Techniques Using the Virtual Articulation Node.- A Channel Management Framework to Construct User Preferred Fast Channel Change Stream in IPTV.- A Fair Mobile Payment Protocol.- Statistical Analysis of Slow Portsweep.- Empirical Analysis of Application-Level Traffic Classification Using Supervised Machine Learning.- Virtualization-Based Operation Support Systems: Performance Evaluation and Systems Design.- A Management Framework for IMS Using Service Managed Objects.- Evaluating Open Service Access with an Abstract Model of NGN Functions.- Methods for Rapidly Testing Node Reachability with Congestion Control and Evaluation.- The Design of an Open and Integrated Sensor Network Management Platform.- Self-organized Cluster Based Multi-hop Routing for Wireless Sensor Networks.- An Adaptable Method of E-Workflow Composition Based on Distributed Awareness.- An Adaptive Control Scheme of Reserved Bandwidth for RPR in Steering Mode.- Estimating Half-Path RTT in Backbone Network.- A Radio Network Co-design System for Planning, Operation, and Customer Relations Divisions.- Traffic Matrix Estimation Using Square Root Filtering/Smoothing Algorithm.- A Knowledge-Based Tool to Support Clear Relationship between Threats and Countermeasures Based on International Standards.- Incentives for Cooperative Relay in Heterogeneous Networks: A Dynamic Reputation-Based Approach.- User-Centric Prediction for Battery Lifetime of Mobile Devices.- A Study on the Reliable and Flexible Implementation of Workforce Management Using Business Process Management.- Enterprise Management System with Web-Crawler.- A Construction Process for Small-Scale Network Systems.- Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Network Management System for a High Quality IP-Based Video Transmission Service.- Availability in Peer to Peer Management Networks.- Field Operations Management and Unmanned Operations Management toward NOM 2.0.- The IMS/SDP Structure and Implementation of Presence Service.- Detection and Handling of TRUNK Congestion in the ATM Network.


Titel: Challenges for Next Generation Network Operations and Service Management
Untertitel: 11th Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium, APNOMS 2008, Beijing, China, October 22-24, 2008. Proceedings
EAN: 9783540886235
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Datenkommunikation, Netzwerke
Anzahl Seiten: 571
Veröffentlichung: 16.10.2008
Dateigrösse: 27.0 MB

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