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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International IFIP-TC6 Networking Conference, NETWORKING 2007, held in Atlanta, GA, USA in May 2007. The 99 revised full papers and 30 poster papers cover ad hoc and sensor networks, wireless networks, and the next generation internet.


Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks.- On the Resilient Overlay Topology Formation in Multi-hop Wireless Networks.- Placing and Maintaining a Core Node in Wireless Ad Hoc Sensor Networks.- Flooding Speed in Wireless Multihop Networks with Randomized Beamforming.- Power Amplifier Characteristic-Aware Energy-Efficient Transmission Strategy.- Energy Efficient Throughput Optimization in Multi-hop Wireless Networks.- Election Based Hybrid Channel Access.- Asynchronous Data Aggregation for Real-Time Monitoring in Sensor Networks.- A Novel Agent-Based User-Network Communication Model in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Realistic Mobility and Propagation Framework for MANET Simulations.- Localization for Large-Scale Underwater Sensor Networks.- Location-Unaware Sensing Range Assignment in Sensor Networks.- A Distributed Energy-Efficient Topology Control Routing for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks.- Integrated Clustering and Routing Strategies for Large Scale Sensor Networks.- On-Demand Routing in Disrupted Environments.- Delivery Guarantees in Predictable Disruption Tolerant Networks.- PWave: A Multi-source Multi-sink Anycast Routing Framework for Wireless Sensor Networks.- Simple Models for the Performance Evaluation of a Class of Two-Hop Relay Protocols.- Maximum Energy Welfare Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Analysis of Location Privacy/Energy Efficiency Tradeoffs in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Efficient Error Recovery Using Network Coding in Underwater Sensor Networks.- Key Predistribution Schemes for Sensor Networks for Continuous Deployment Scenario.- Using Auxiliary Sensors for Pairwise Key Establishment in WSN.- Privacy-Aware Multi-Context RFID Infrastructure Using Public Key Cryptography.- Wireless Networks.- Minimum Cost Configuration of Relay and Channel Infrastructure in Heterogeneous Wireless Mesh Networks.- Optimization Models for the Radio Planning of Wireless Mesh Networks.- Interference-Aware Multicasting in Wireless Mesh Networks.- Characterizing the Capacity Gain of Stream Control Scheduling in MIMO Wireless Mesh Networks.- AP and MN-Centric Mobility Prediction: A Comparative Study Based on Wireless Traces.- A Flexible and Distributed Home Agent Architecture for Mobile IPv6-Based Networks.- Using PANA for Mobile IPv6 Bootstrapping.- Detecting 802.11 Wireless Hosts from Remote Passive Observations.- A Scheme for Enhancing TCP Fairness and Throughput in IEEE 802.11 WLANs.- TCP NJ+: Packet Loss Differentiated Transmission Mechanism Robust to High BER Environments.- TCP WestwoodVT: A Novel Technique for Discriminating the Cause of Packet Loss in Wireless Networks.- Modeling TCP in a Multi-rate Multi-user CDMA System.- IEEE 802.11b Cooperative Protocols: A Performance Study.- It Is Better to Give Than to Receive - Implications of Cooperation in a Real Environment.- Modeling Approximations for an IEEE 802.11 WLAN Under Poisson MAC-Level Arrivals.- Performance and Equilibrium Analysis of Heterogeneous IEEE 802.11 Based WLANs.- Exploring a New Approach to Collision Avoidance in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks.- Video Rate Adaptation and Scheduling in Multi-rate Wireless Networks.- On Scheduling and Interference Coordination Policies for Multicell OFDMA Networks.- Distributed Uplink Scheduling in CDMA Networks.- Resource Allocation in DVB-RCS Satellite Systems.- Enhanced Downlink Capacity in UMTS Supported by Direct Mobile-to-Mobile Data Transfer.- Impact of Technology Overlap in Next-Generation Wireless Heterogeneous Systems.- An On-Line Measurement-Based Admission Control for VBR Video Traffic in Wireless Multimedia Home Networks.- On Event Signal Reconstruction in Wireless Sensor Networks.- Next Generation Internet.- Peer-Assisted On-Demand Streaming of Stored Media Using BitTorrent-Like Protocols.- Multiple Identities in BitTorrent Networks.- Graph Based Modeling of P2P Streaming Systems.- Modeling Seed Scheduling Strategies in BitTorrent.- Streaming Performance in Multiple-Tree-Based Overlays.- Path Selection Using Available Bandwidth Estimation in Overlay-Based Video Streaming.- Fundamental Tradeoffs in Distributed Algorithms for Rate Adaptive Multimedia Streams.- Optimal Policies for Playing Buffered Media Streams.- Non-parametric and Self-tuning Measurement-Based Admission Control.- Optimal Rate Allocation in Overlay Content Distribution.- SLA Adaptation for Service Overlay Networks.- Virtual Private Network to Spanning Tree Mapping.- Optimal Topology Design for Overlay Networks.- Construction of a Proxy-Based Overlay Skeleton Tree for Large-Scale Real-Time Group Communications.- Increasing the Coverage of a Cooperative Internet Topology Discovery Algorithm.- Robust IP Link Costs for Multilayer Resilience.- Integer SPM: Intelligent Path Selection for Resilient Networks.- Beyond Centrality - Classifying Topological Significance Using Backup Efficiency and Alternative Paths.- Incorporating Protection Mechanisms in the Dynamic Multi-layer Routing Schemes.- Accelerated Packet Placement Architecture for Parallel Shared Memory Routers.- RSVP-TE Extensions to Provide Guarantee of Service to MPLS.- An Adaptive Management Approach to Resolving Policy Conflicts.- Reinforcement Learning-Based Load Shared Sequential Routing.- An Adaptive Neuron AQM for a Stable Internet.- Light-Weight Control of Non-responsive Traffic with Low Buffer Requirements.- The Effects of Fairness in Buffer Sizing.- Time to Buffer Overflow in an MMPP Queue.- Fundamental Effects of Clustering on the Euclidean Embedding of Internet Hosts.- A Multihoming Based IPv4/IPv6 Transition Approach.- Offline and Online Network Traffic Characterization.- Catching IP Traffic Burstiness with a Lightweight Generator.- Importance of the Maturity of Photonic Component Industry on the Business Prospects of Optical Access Networks: A Techno-Economic Analysis.- The Token Based Switch: Per-Packet Access Authorisation to Optical Shortcuts.- Online Multicasting in WDM Networks with Shared Light Splitter Bank.- Evaluation of Optical Burst-Switching as a Multiservice Environment.- The TCP Minimum RTO Revisited.- Improving XCP to Achieve Max-Min Fair Bandwidth Allocation.- TCP Libra: Exploring RTT-Fairness for TCP.- Interactions of Intelligent Route Control with TCP Congestion Control.- Fast and Scalable Classification of Structured Data in the Network.- An Efficient and Secure Event Signature (EASES) Protocol for Peer-to-Peer Massively Multiplayer Online Games.- Unified Defense Against DDoS Attacks.- Integrity-Aware Bandwidth Guarding Approach in P2P Networks.- Measuring Bandwidth Signatures of Network Paths.- A Non-cooperative Active Measurement Technique for Estimating the Average and Variance of the One-Way Delay.- The P2P War: Someone Is Monitoring Your Activities!.- On-Line Predictive Load Shedding for Network Monitoring.- On the Schedulability of Measurement Conflict in Overlay Networks.- SEA-LABS: A Wireless Sensor Network for Sustained Monitoring of Coral Reefs.- Capacity-Fairness Performance of an Ad Hoc IEEE 802.11 WLAN with Noncooperative Stations.- Multi-rate Support for Network-Wide Broadcasting in MANETs.- BRD: Bilateral Route Discovery in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks.- Correction, Generalisation and Validation of the "Max-Min d-Cluster Formation Heuristic".- Analytical Performance Evaluation of Distributed Multicast Algorithms for Directional Communications in WANETs.- Beyond Proportional Fair: Designing Robust Wireless Schedulers.- A Voluntary Relaying MAC Protocol for Multi-rate Wireless Local Area Networks.- Throughput Analysis Considering Capture Effect in IEEE 802.11 Networks.- Performance Improvement of IEEE 802.15.4 Beacon-Enabled WPAN with Superframe Adaptation Via Traffic Indication.- Analysis of WLAN Traffic in the Wild.- Enhanced Rate Adaptation Schemes with Collision Awareness.- A Study of Performance Improvement in EAP.- Characterization of Ultra Wideband Channel in Data Centers.- Evaluating Internal BGP Networks from the Data Plane.- Performance of a Partially Shared Buffer with Correlated Arrivals.- Filter-Based RFD: Can We Stabilize Network Without Sacrificing Reachability Too Much?.- Network Access in a Diversified Internet.- Outburst: Efficient Overlay Content Distribution with Rateless Codes.- Adaptive Window-Tuning Algorithm for Efficient Bandwidth Allocation on EPON.- Optical Burst Control Algorithm for Reducing the Effect of Congestion Reaction Delay.- Incremental Provision of QoS Discarding Non-feasible End-to-End Paths.- Enhancing Guaranteed Delays with Network Coding.- LPD Based Route Optimization in Nested Mobile Network.- PIBUS: A Network Memory-Based Peer-to-Peer IO Buffering Service.- A Subgradient Optimization Approach to Inter-domain Routing in IP/MPLS Networks.- Cost-Based Approach to Access Selection and Vertical Handover Decision in Multi-access Networks.


Titel: NETWORKING 2007. Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks, Wireless Networks, Next Generation Internet
Untertitel: 6th International IFIP-TC6 Networking Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA, May 14-18, 2007, Proceedings
EAN: 9783540726067
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: Datenkommunikation, Netzwerke
Anzahl Seiten: 1256
Veröffentlichung: 27.11.2007
Dateigrösse: 30.8 MB

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