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Future Trends of Distributed Computing Systems, IEEE International Workshop (2003)
San Juan, Puerto Rico
May 28, 2003 to May 30, 2003
ISSN: 1071-0485
ISBN: 0-7695-1910-5
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Session 1A: System Architectures

A System Architecture for Distributed Control Loop Applications (Abstract)

Umakishore Ramachandran , Georgia Institute of Technology
Bikash Agarwalla , Georgia Institute of Technology
Matthew Wolenetz , Georgia Institute of Technology
Phillip Hutto , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 2

Autonomous Decentralized Community Concept and Architecture for a Complex Adaptive Information System (Abstract)

Takanori Ono , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Naohiro Kaji , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Kinji Mori , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Khaled Ragab , Tokyo Institute of Technology
pp. 9
Session 1B: Information Dissemination

null (Abstract)

Chunqiang Tang , University of Rochester
Zhichen Xu , HP Laboratories
pp. 24

null (Abstract)

Linnyer B. Ruiz , Federal University of Minas Gerais
Rafael Kelles V. Lage , Federal University of Minas Gerais
José Marcos S. Nogueira , Federal University of Minas Gerais
Antonio A.F. Loureiro , Federal University of Minas Gerais
Fernando A. Teixeira , Federal University of Minas Gerais
Ana Paula R. da Silva , Federal University of Minas Gerais
pp. 31

null (Abstract)

Juan Pav? , Universidad Complutense Madrid
Jorge J. G?mez-Sanz , Universidad Complutense Madrid
pp. 38
Session 2A: Distributed Software

Architecture and Operation of an Adaptable Communication Substrate (Abstract)

E. P. Kasten , Michigan State University
S. M. Sadjadi , Michigan State University
P. K. McKinley , Michigan State University
pp. 46
Session 2B: Distributed Programming

Programming Computers Embedded in the PhysicalWorld (Abstract)

Liviu Iftode , University of Maryland at College Park
Cristian Borcea , Rutgers University
Chalermek Intanagonwiwat , Rutgers University
Ulrich Kremer , Rutgers University
Andrzej Kochut , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 78

Using UML for Service Creation (Abstract)

Cl?ver Ricardo Guareis de Farias , Universidade Cat?lica de Santos
pp. 86

Situation-Aware Contract Specification Language for Middleware for Ubiquitous Computing (Abstract)

Dazhi Huang , Arizona State University
Stephen S. Yau , Arizona State University
Hoh P. In , Texas A&M University
Yu Wang , Arizona State University
pp. 93

SLAng: A Language for Defining Service Level Agreements (Abstract)

D. Davide Lamanna , University College London
Wolfgang Emmerich , University College London
James Skene , University College London
pp. 100
Session 3A: Distributed Memory and Files

GIDM: Globally-Indexed Distributed Memory (Abstract)

Hairong Kuang , University of California at Irvine and California State Polytechnic University at Pomona
Michael B. Dillencourt , University of California at Irvine
Lubomir F. Bic , University of California at Irvine
pp. 108

Towards a Semantic, Deep Archival File System (Abstract)

Chunqiang Tang , University of Rochester
Zhichen Xu , HP Laboratories
Mallik Mahalingam , HP Laboratories
pp. 115

Distributed Shared State (Abstract)

DeQing Chen , University of Rochester
Sandhya Dwarkadas , University of Rochester
Chunqiang Tang , University of Rochester
Michael L. Scott , University of Rochester
pp. 122

Analysis of Parallel Downloading for Large File Distribution (Abstract)

Simon G. M. Koo , Purdue University
Dongyan Xu , Purdue University
Catherine Rosenberg , Purdue University
pp. 128
Session 3B: Mobile Computing

Autonomous Transaction Processing Using Data Dependency in Mobile Environments (Abstract)

Malika Mahoui , University of Pennsylvania
Il Young Chung , Purdue University
Bharat Bhargava , Purdue University
Leszek Lilien , Purdue University
pp. 138

Fault-Tolerant Mobile Agents in Distributed Objects Systems (Abstract)

Makoto Takizawa , Tokyo Denki University
Tomoya Enokido , Tokyo Denki University
Masashi Shiraishi , Tokyo Denki University
pp. 145

Core Services in a Middleware for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (Abstract)

Marco Avvenuti , Università di Pisa
Alessio Vecchio , Università di Pisa
Davide Pedroni , Università di Pisa
pp. 152

Looking for a Common View for Mobile Worlds (Abstract)

Maria Gradinariu , Université Rennes 1
Gwendal Simon , France Telecom R & D
Michel Raynal , Université Rennes 1
pp. 159
Session 4A: Replication and Coordination

Binding Clients to Replicated Servers: Initial and Continuous Binding (Abstract)

Mostafa H. Ammar , Georgia Institute of Technology
Hyewon Jun , Georgia Institute of Technology
Ellen W. Zegura , Georgia Institute of Technology
Matt Sanders , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 168

Adopting Redundancy Techniques for Multicast Stream Authentication (Abstract)

T. Cucinotta , Scuola Superiore Sant? Anna
G. Cecchetti , Scuola Superiore Sant? Anna
G. Ferraro , Scuola Superiore Sant? Anna
pp. 183

JTEAM: A Framework for Effective Teamwork of BDI-Based Agents (Abstract)

Chia-Lin Hsu , National Chiao Tung University
Jong-Chuang Tsay , National Chiao Tung University
Feng-Jian Wang , National Chiao Tung University
Shih-Feng Chou , National Chiao Tung University
pp. 190
Session 4B: QoS and Service Provisioning

Resource- and Quality-Aware Application-Level Service Multicast (Abstract)

Jingwen Jin , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Klara Nahrstedt , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 198

Q-MAR: A QoS Resource Conflict Identification Model for Situation-Aware Middleware (Abstract)

ChangHwa Kim , Texas A&M University and Kangnung National University
Stephen S. Yau , Arizona State University
Hoh P. In , Texas A&M University
Unil Yun , Texas A&M University
pp. 212

Queue Management for QoS Provision Build on Network Processor (Abstract)

Yin Li , Tsinghua University
Wenjiang Zhou , Tsinghua University
Chuang Lin , Tsinghua University
Zhangxi Tan , Tsinghua University
pp. 219
Session 5A: Middleware Services

Dynamic Component Composition for Functionality Adaptation in Pervasive Environments (Abstract)

Cho-Li Wang , University of Hong Kong
Nalini Moti Belaramani , University of Hong Kong
Francis C.M. Lau , University of Hong Kong
pp. 226

Ubiquitous Computing with Service Adaptation Using Peer-to-Peer Communication Framework (Abstract)

Makoto Amamiya , Kyushu University
Guoqiang Zhong , Kyushu University
Satoshi Amamiya , Kyushu University
Tadashige Iwao , Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.
pp. 240

Towards Middleware Services for Mobile Ad-Hoc Network Applications (Abstract)

Thomas Plagemann , University of Oslo
P? Halvorsen , University of Oslo
Vera Goebel , University of Oslo
Carsten Griwodz , University of Oslo
pp. 249
Session 5B: Communication Protocols

Communication Protocol for a Hierarchical Group (Abstract)

Kojiro Taguchi , Tokyo Denki University
Tomoya Enokido , Tokyo Denki University
Makoto Takizawa , Tokyo Denki University
pp. 265

Flexible Group Communication Protocol (Abstract)

Makoto Takizawa , Tokyo Denki University
Tomoya Enokido , Tokyo Denki University
pp. 272

On-Demand Media Streaming Over the Internet (Abstract)

Bharat K. Bhargava , Purdue University
Mohamed M. Hefeeda , Purdue University
pp. 279
Session 6A: Web-Based Systems

Scenario-Based Object-Oriented Test Frameworks for Testing Distributed Systems (Abstract)

A. Saimi , Arizona State University
W.T. Tsai , Arizona State University
L. Yu , Arizona State University
pp. 288

Design and Implementation of a Web-Based Real-Time Interactive Collaboration Environment (Abstract)

Y. C. Chen , National Chiao Tung University
H. C. Hong , National Chiao Tung University
pp. 295

Website Evolution Based on Statistic Data (Abstract)

Zhenqiang Chen , Southeast University
Baowen Xu , Southeast University, National University of Defense Technology and Wuhan University
Huowang Chen , National University of Defense Technology
Lei Xu , Southeast University
pp. 301
Session 6B: Routing Control

Message Ferrying: Proactive Routing in Highly-Partitioned Wireless Ad Hoc Networks (Abstract)

Wenrui Zhao , Georgia Institute of Technology
Mostafa H. Ammar , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 308

On Event Routing in Content-Based Publish/Subscribe through Dynamic Networks (Abstract)

Roberto Baldoni , Universitá di Roma "La Sapienza"
Roberto Beraldi , Universitá di Roma "La Sapienza"
Antonino Virgillito , Universitá di Roma "La Sapienza"
pp. 322
Session 7A: Scheduling

Modeling and Performance Analysis of a Multiserver Multiqueue System on the Grid (Abstract)

Fengyuan Ren , Tsinghua University
Zhiguang Shan , Tsinghua University
Yaya Wei , Tsinghua University
Chuang Lin , Tsinghua University
pp. 337

Toward Easily Analyzable Sensor Networks via Structuring of Time-Triggered Tasks (Abstract)

Yuqing Li , UCI and UCSD-UCI Cal (IT)<sup>2</sup>
Kane Kim , UCI and UCSD-UCI Cal (IT)<sup>2</sup>
pp. 344
Session 7B: Distributed Applications

Exhaustive Search for Costas-Type Sequences for Multi-Target Recognition (Abstract)

Li Yuchun , University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras
Oscar Moreno , University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras
Dorothy Bollman , University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
pp. 354

Application Domain Accounting for Roaming Services (Abstract)

Silvia Vecchi , University of Bologna
Paolo Bellavista , University of Bologna
Antonio Corradi , University of Bologna
pp. 359

Developing a Common Operating Environment for Military Application (Abstract)

Joon-Sang Lee , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Dong-Kuk Ryu , Agency for Defense Development
Sang-Il Lee , Agency for Defense Development
Jungyoon Kim , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Doo Hwan Bae , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 367
Session 8: Panel

Challenges of Future Distributed Computing Systems (PDF)

Randy Y. C. Chow , University of Florida and National Science Foundation
Luca Limoncini , University of Pisa
Carl C. K. Chang , Iowa State University
Michel Raynal , University of Rennes
Stephen S. Yau , Arizona State University
pp. 376
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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