Management of Multimedia Networks and Services 6th IFIP/IEEE International Conference, MMNS 2003, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, September 7-10, 2003, Proceedings

Welcome to MMNS 2003. Multimedia services over IP networks are proliferating at an enormous speed. There is also increasing demand for solutions that provide assured levels of s- vice quality. All of these require novel paradigms, models, and architectures for realizing integrated end-to-end service...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Marshall, Alan (Editor), Agoulmine, Nazim (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2003, 2003
Edition:1st ed. 2003
Series:Lecture Notes in Computer Science
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Stream Control and Management
  • CORBA-Based Stream Control and Management for IP-Based Production Studio Networks
  • IP Video Streaming with Fine-Grained TCP-Friendly Rate Adaptation
  • A Proposal for Distributed Conferencing on SIP Using Conference Servers
  • Dynamic Configuration of Multimedia Applications
  • Management and Control of Multicast Communications
  • MAFIA: A Multicast Management Solution for Access Control and Traffic Filtering
  • A Heuristic Algorithm for the Multi-constrained Multicast Tree
  • The Performance of PoolODMRP Protocol
  • M3G: A Mobile Multicast Multimedia Gateway for Seamless IPv4/IPv6 Transition
  • Ad hoc and Sensor Networks
  • TCP Friendly Rate Adaptation for Multimedia Streaming in Mobile ad hoc Networks
  • BeanWatcher: A Tool to Generate Multimedia Monitoring Applications for Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Managing Services Quality through Admission Control and Active Monitoring
  • Automatic Management of the QoS within an Architecture Integrating New Transport and IP Services in a DiffServ Internet
  • Achieving Relative Differentiated Services Using Proportional Probabilistic Priority Scheduling on Network Processor
  • On Demand Networking Using Policies
  • Realizing on Demand Networking
  • An Architecture for Access Network Management with Policies (AN-PBM)
  • Administrative Policies to Regulate Quality of Service Management in Distributed Multimedia Applications
  • Multimedia QoS Management
  • Predicting Violations of QoS Requirements in Distributed Systems
  • Scheduling Time-Sensitive IP Traffic
  • Authentication Issues in Multi-service Residential Access Networks
  • Secure Inclusion of Phones Into Online E-meetings
  • End-to-End Monitoring Techniques and Services Workshop
  • Evaluating the Accuracy of Active Measurement of Delay and Loss in Packet Networks
  • On Using Multi-agent Systems in End to End Adaptive Monitoring
  • A New Available Bandwidth Measurement Technique for Service Overlay Networks
  • Management of Peer-to-Peer Networks Applied to Instant Messaging
  • A Remote Resource Monitoring Approach in Active Networks
  • SCAMPI: A Scalable and Programmable Architecture for Monitoring Gigabit Networks
  • Architecture for Efficient Monitoring and Management of Sensor Networks
  • Unicast Probing to Estimate Shared Loss Rate
  • VoD Service Traffic Monitoring with Neural Agent
  • MMNS Posters
  • Pervasive Accounting of Resource Consumption for Wireless Services with Adaptive QoS
  • QoS and Mobility Management in Wireless Networks
  • Delay Guaranteed Fair Queueing(DGFQ) in Multimedia Packet Networks
  • Mobility Model for Multimedia Mobile Radio Network
  • On Reciprocal Altruism and Its Application to QoS
  • A Novel DCA Scheme for Resource Sharing in Cellular Environments with Heterogeneous Traffic
  • Traffic Engineering and Routing
  • A New Bandwidth Guaranteed Routing Approach for Online Calculation of LSPs for MPLS Traffic Engineering
  • New Management Methods for Feature and Preference Interactions
  • Minimum Interference Routing: The Precomputation Perspective
  • A Virtual Signalling Protocol for Transparently Embedding Advanced Traffic Control and Resource Management Functionality in ATM Core Networks
  • Differentiated Network Services
  • Providing Enhanced Differentiated Services for Real-Time Traffic in the Internet