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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium, APNOMS 2006. ... Weiterlesen
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Beschreibung

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 9th Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium, APNOMS 2006. The book presents 50 revised full papers and 25 revised short papers, organized in topical sections on management of ad hoc and sensor networks, network measurements and monitoring, mobility management, QoS management, management architectures and models, security management, E2E QoS and application management, management experience, NGN management, and IP-based network management.



Inhalt

Session 1: Management of Ad-Hoc and SensorNetworks.- QoS-Aware Fair Scheduling in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Link Errors.- Performance Analysis of Service Differentiation for IEEE 802.15.4 Slotted CSMA/CA.- Information-Driven Task Routing for Network Management in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Autonomic Management of Scalable Load-Balancing for Ubiquitous Networks.- A Policy-Based Management Framework for Self-managed Wireless Sensor Networks.- Session 2: Network Measurements and Monitoring.- A Proposal of Large-Scale Traffic Monitoring System Using Flow Concentrators.- Novel Traffic Measurement Methodology for High Precision Applications Awareness in Multi-gigabit Networks.- Rate-Based and Gap-Based Available Bandwidth Estimation Techniques in Cross-Traffic Context.- Signature-Aware Traffic Monitoring with IPFIX.- Temporal Patterns and Properties in Multiple-Flow Interactions.- Session 3: Mobility Management.- A Profile Based Vertical Handoff Scheme for Ubiquitous Computing Environment.- The Soft Bound Admission Control Algorithm for Vertical Handover in Ubiquitous Environment.- Improving Handoff Performance by Using Distance-Based Dynamic Hysteresis Value.- A Seamless Service Management with Context-Aware Handoff Scheme in Ubiquitous Computing Environment.- Performance Analysis of an Adaptive Soft Handoff Algorithm for Mobile Cellular Systems.- Session 4: QoS Management.- An Admission Control and Traffic Engineering Model for Diffserv-MPLS Networks.- An Admission Control and TXOP Duration of VBR Traffics in IEEE 802.11e HCCA with Guaranteed Delay and Loss.- NETSAQ: Network State Adaptive QoS Provisioning for MANETs.- End-to-End QoS Guaranteed Service in WLAN and 3GPP Interworking Network.- Network-Adaptive QoS Routing Using Local Information.- Session 5: Management Architectures and Models.- Configuration Management Policy in QoS-Constrained Grid Networks.- A Proposal of Requirement Definition Method with Patterns for Element / Network Management.- Distributed Fault Management in WBEM-Based Inter-AS TE for QoS Guaranteed DiffServ-over-MPLS.- A Framework Supporting Quality of Service for SOA-Based Applications.- Performance Improvement Methods for NETCONF-Based Configuration Management.- Session 6: Security Management.- Zone-Based Clustering for Intrusion Detection Architecture in Ad-Hoc Networks.- Tracing the True Source of an IPv6 Datagram Using Policy Based Management System.- An Efficient Authentication and Simplified Certificate Status Management for Personal Area Networks.- A Novel Rekey Management Scheme in Digital Broadcasting Network.- A New Encoding Approach Realizing High Security and High Performance Based on Double Common Encryption Using Static Keys and Dynamic Keys.- Session 7: E2E QoS and Application Management.- GMPLS-Based VPN Service to Realize End-to-End QoS and Resilient Paths.- WBEM-Based SLA Management Across Multi-domain Networks for QoS-Guaranteed DiffServ-over-MPLS Provisioning.- Network Support for TCP Version Migration.- End-to-End QoS Monitoring Tool Development and Performance Analysis for NGN.- "P4L": A Four Layers P2P Model for Optimizing Resources Discovery and Localization.- Session 8: Management Experience.- A Zeroconf Approach to Secure and Easy-to-Use Remote Access to Networked Appliances.- A Test Method for Base Before Service (BS) of Customer Problems for the NeOSS System.- Self-management System Based on Self-healing Mechanism.- Experiences in End-to-End Performance Monitoring on KOREN.- SOA-Based Next Generation OSS Architecture.- Session 9: NGN Management.- Performance Analysis of a Centralized Resource Allocation Mechanism for Time-Slotted OBS Networks.- Efficient Performance Management of Subcarrier-Allocation Systems in Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access Networks.- Convergence Services Through NGN-CTE on the Multiple Service Provider Environments in NGN.- Proposal of Operation Method for Application Servers on NGN Using Unified Management Environment.- IP/WDM Optical Network Testbed: Design and Implementation.- Session 10: IP-Based Network Management.- Voice Quality Management for IP Networks Based on Automatic Change Detection of Monitoring Data.- Parameter Design for Diffusion-Type Autonomous Decentralized Flow Control.- Bandwidth Management for Smooth Playback of Video Streaming Services.- An Enhanced RED-Based Scheme for Differentiated Loss Guarantees.- Dynamic Location Management Scheme Using Agent in a Ubiquitous IP-Based Network.- Short Paper Session.- Detecting and Identifying Network Anomalies by Component Analysis.- Preventive Congestion Control Mechanisms in ATM Based MPLS on BcN: Detection and Control Mechanisms for a Slim Chance of Label Switched Path.- Scalable DiffServ-over-MPLS Traffic Engineering with Per-flow Traffic Policing.- On the Dynamic Management of Information in Ubiquitous Systems Using Evolvable Software Components.- A Shared-Memory Packet Buffer Management in a Network Interface Card.- An Adaptive Online Network Management Algorithm for QoS Sensitive Multimedia Services.- Improved Handoff Performance Based on Pre-binding Update in HMIPv6.- On the Security of Attribute Certificate Structuring for Highly Distributed Computing Environments.- Performance Analysis of Single Rate Two Level Traffic Conditioner for VoIP Service.- An Architectural Framework for Network Convergence Through Application Level Presence Signaling.- Security Approaches for Cluster Interconnection in a Wireless Sensor Network.- A Resource-Optimal Key Pre-distribution Scheme with Enhanced Security for Wireless Sensor Networks.- Intelligent Home Network Service Management Platform Design Based on OSGi Framework.- COPS-Based Dynamic QoS Support for SIP Applications in DSL Networks.- IP Traceback Algorithm for DoS/DDoS Attack.- An Open Service Platform at Network Edge.- Hybrid Inference Architecture and Model for Self-healing System.- A Node Management Tool for Dynamic Reconfiguration of Application Modules in Sensor Networks.- Path Hopping Based on Reverse AODV for Security.- Mixing Heterogeneous Address Spaces in a Single Edge Network.- Delivery and Storage Architecture for Sensed Information Using SNMP.- GISness System for Fast TSP Solving and Supporting Decision Making.- A DNS Based New Route Optimization Scheme with Fast Neighbor Discovery in Mobile IPv6 Networks.- Performance Analysis of Group Handoff in Multihop Mesh Relay System.- DSMRouter: A DiffServ-Based Multicast Router.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Management of Convergence Networks and Services
Untertitel: 9th Asia-Pacific Network Operations and Management Symposium, APNOMS 2006, Busan, Korea, September 27-29, 2006, Proceedings
Editor:
EAN: 9783540462330
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Datenkommunikation, Netzwerke
Anzahl Seiten: 605
Veröffentlichung: 27.09.2006
Dateigrösse: 14.7 MB

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