Performance and control of next-generation communications networks : 9-10 September, 2003, Orlando, Florida, USA / Robert D. Van der Mei, Frank Huebner, chairs/editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering.

Bellingham, Wash. : SPIE, [2003], ©2003.
xi, 266 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.


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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and author index.
  • The next frontier for communications networks: power management / K. J. Christensen
  • Verified performance analysis of real-time video multiplexing / G. Hasslinger and D. Fausten
  • Framework based on stochastic L-Systems for modeling IP traffic with multifractal behavior / P. S. Salvador, A. Nogueira and R. Valadas
  • Markovian approach for modeling IP traffic behavior on several time scales / A. D. Nogueira, P. F. Salvador, R. Valadas and A. Pacheco
  • Flexible admission control for DiffServ access networks / J. Lakkakorpi
  • Modeling and design of admission control mechanisms for web servers using nonlinear control theory / M. Andersson, M. Kihl and A. Robertsson
  • Routing of VoIP traffic in multilayered satellite networks / D. S. Dash, A. Durresi and R. Jain
  • Replication methods for enhancing search performance in peer-to-peer services on power-law logical networks / S. Ata, M. Murata and Y. Gotoh
  • Reserved delivery subnetwork configuration algorithm with the maximum sharing shortest path tree / R. Qiu
  • Performance comparison of reservation MAC protocols for PLC access networks under specific traffic conditions / H. Hrasnica and R. Lehnert
  • Enhanced networked server management with random remote backups / S.-K. Kim
  • Newton iteration acceleration of the Nash game algorithm for power control in 3G wireless CDMA networks / Z. R. Gajic and S. Koskie
  • Effect of traffic variability on statistical multiplexing gain in a bufferless continuous traffic model / L. B. Sofman, T. S. El-Bawab and A. Agrawal
  • Performance analysis of a VBR video sever with gamma distributed MPEG data / R. V. Ramirez-Velarde and R. M. Rodriguez-Dagnino
  • Performance evaluation of a new fairness control scheme for ring networks with spatial reuse / H. Tang and I. Lambadaris
  • Accurate and fast replication on the generation of fractal network traffic using alternative probability models / S. Fernandes, C. Kamienski and D. Sadok
  • Dynamic localized load balancing / S. I. Balandin and A. P. Heiner
  • Performance analysis and overload control of an open service access (OSA) architecture / J. K. Andersson, C. Nyberg and M. Kihl
  • Analysis of RBQ: a new cooperative web caching mechanism that adapts to link congestion / E. M. de la Rosa, J. H. Hartman and T. Hurst
  • Concatenation of queuing delays on tandem routers / N. Ryoki, M. Tsuru and Y. Oie
  • Correlation of multiple path-properties simultaneously measured on the Internet / M. Tsuru, N. Ryoki and Y. Oie
  • Modeling network traffic with the extreme value theory / J. Liu, Y. Shu, O. W. W. Yang and D. Gao
  • Analysis and control of correlated web server queues / S. Ghosh and M. S. Squillante
  • Study on packet transfer delay of resilient packet ring / M. Jiang, Q. Zeng, X. Zhu and H. Zhao
  • QoS supporting control packet scheduling strategy in optical burst switched networks / J. Wang, Q. Zeng, H. Chi, Z. Zhang and S. Xiao
  • Novel threshold-based burst assembly scheme for QoS support in optical burst switched WDM networks / Z. Zhang, J. Luo, Q. Zeng and Y. Zhou
  • Modeling a heterogeneous network with TCP connections using fluid flow approximation and queuing theory / H. Hisamatu, H. Ohsaki and M. Murata.
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