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IEEE Internet Computing
By Alberto Conte,Michela Meo
Issue Date:January 2013
Information and communications technology (ICT) is expected to play a major role in reducing worldwide energy requirements by optimizing energy generation, transportation, and consumption. Recent research, however, also reveals staggering facts about how I...
DTCS: A Dynamic Tree-Based Consistency Scheme of Cooperative Caching in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Wireless and Mobile Computing, Networking and Communication, IEEE International Conference on
By Gaogang Xie, Zhenyu Li, Jianing Chen, Yifen Wei, Valerie Issarny, Alberto Conte
Issue Date:October 2007
addressed in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs). How to keep caching consistency efficiently is a very important issue. In this paper, a Dynamic Tree-based Consistency Scheme of cooperative caching, called DTCS, is proposed to address this issue. The nodes in...
An Accurate and Efficient 3-Phase Measurement Method for IP Traffic Flow on High Speed Link
International Conference on Networking
By Gaogang Xie, Jianhua Yang, Valerie Issarny, Alberto Conte
Issue Date:April 2007
Flow metrics are critical for protocol research, anomaly detection, network operation and application deployment. There are great challenges to match every packet into millions of flows in high speed network link. A 3-phase measurement method for IP traffi...
Experiencing Megaco Protocol for Controlling Non-Decomposable VoIP Gateways
Networks, IEEE International Conference on
By Alberto Conte, Laurent-Philippe Anquetil, Thomas Levy
Issue Date:September 2000
VoIP gateways are devices that take care of interworking the new emerging VoIP networks with the existing legacy telecommunication networks. The efficient control of such gateways is a key prerequisite for a successful deployment of VoIP. Currently solutio...
A Black Box Framework for an Application Protocol Stack
Application-Specific Software Engineering and Technology, IEEE Workshop on
By Alberto Conte, Laurent-Philippe Anquetil
Issue Date:March 2000
This article proposes a framework-based design for implementing application protocol stacks. According to protocol specifications, network applications are usually conceived through a layered software architecture centered on the concept of messages, sent ...
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