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2013 IEEE 33rd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops (2003)
Providence, Rhode Island, USA
May 19, 2003 to May 22, 2003
ISBN: 0-7695-1921-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Session 1 Load Balancing

Autonomous Process or Go Navigation Technology for Congestion Avoidance in Distributed Information Service System (Abstract)

Hélène Arfaoui , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Kinji Mori , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Misato Tasaka , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Teruyoshi Zenmyo , Tokyo Institute of Technology
pp. 2

Adaptable Load Balancing Using Network Transferable Computer Associated with Mobile IP (Abstract)

Yoshiaki Kakuda , Hiroshima City University
Kenji Toda , National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Information Technology Research Institute
Shinji Inoue , Hiroshima City University
Megumi Hisayuki , Hiroshima City University
Kuniyasu Suzaki , National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Information Technology Research Institute
pp. 8

A Parallel Downloading Method of Coping with Variable Bandwidth (Abstract)

Kenji Ishida , Hiroshima City University
Nozomi Nakawaki , Hiroshima City University
Kitsutaro Amano , Hiroshima City University
Junichi Funasaka , Hiroshima City University
pp. 14
Session 2 Security

Convergence of IPsec in Presence of Resets (Abstract)

E. N. Elnozahy , IBM Austin Research Lab
Mohamed G. Gouda , University of Texas at Austin
Chin-Tser Huang , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 22

Pulse: A Class of Super-Worms against Network Infrastructure (Abstract)

D.N. Serpanos , University of Patras
A.G. Voyiatzis , University of Patras
pp. 28
Session 3 Systems and Tools

Autonomous Cooperation Technologies for Achieving Real Time Property and Fault Tolerance in Service Oriented Community System (Abstract)

Takanori Ono , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Naohiro Kaji , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Khaled Ragab , Tokyo Institute of Technology
Kinji Mori , Tokyo Institute of Technology
pp. 36

A Real-Time Scheduling Approach for a Web-Based Rapid Prototyping Manufacturing Platform (Abstract)

Chih-wen Hsueh , National Chung Cheng University
Chung-hung Chen , National Chung Cheng University
Hsin-hung Lin , National Chung Cheng University
pp. 42
Session 4 Network Control
Session 5 Fault Tolerance

Survivable Multi-Level Ad-Hoc Group Operations (Abstract)

Dan Zhou , Florida Atlantic University
Jie Wu , Florida Atlantic University
pp. 70

An Optimal Early Stopping Uniform C onsensus Protocol in Synchronous Distributed Systems with Orderly Crash Failures (Abstract)

Xianbing Wang , Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Wuhan University
Jiannong Cao , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
pp. 76
Keynote Speech
Session 1: Experiences

Dynamic e-Services in Collaborative Applications (Abstract)

Silvia Llorente , Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Jaime Delgado , Universitat Pompeu Fabra
pp. 92

Building Auto-Adaptive Distributed Applications: The QuO-APOD Experience (Abstract)

Joseph P. Loyall , BBN Technologies LLC
Paul Rubel , BBN Technologies LLC
Michael Atighetchi , BBN Technologies LLC
Christopher C. Jones , BBN Technologies LLC
Partha P. Pal , BBN Technologies LLC
John A. Zinky , BBN Technologies LLC
Richard E. Schantz , BBN Technologies LLC
pp. 104
Session 2: Adaptive Systems and QoS

On Reflexive and Dynamically Adaptable Environments for Distributed Computing (Abstract)

I. Piumarta , INRIA and Université Pierre et Marie Curie
B. Folliot , INRIA and Université Pierre et Marie Curie
F. Ogel , INRIA and Université Pierre et Marie Curie
pp. 112

QoS Mechanism Composition at Design-Time and Runtime (Abstract)

Andreas Ulbrich , Technical University of Berlin
Kurt Geihs , Technical University of Berlin
Torben Weis , Technical University of Berlin
pp. 118
Session 3: Distribution

Connecting Frameworks: Case Study with Middleware-Based Load Balancing (Abstract)

Erik Putrycz , Institut National des Télécommunications
Guy Bernard , Institut National des Télécommunications
pp. 126

An Adaptive Object Allocation and Replication Algorithm in Distributed Databases (Abstract)

Lin Wujuan , National University of Singapore
Bharadwaj Veeravalli , National University of Singapore
pp. 132

A Conceptual Model for Context-Aware Dynamic Architectures (Abstract)

Javier Ja? Mart?nez , Universidad Polit?cnica de Valencia
Isidro Ramos Salavert , Universidad Polit?cnica de Valencia
pp. 138
Session4: Application to Networking

Auto-Adaptation to Communication Environment through Dynamic Change of Communication Model (Abstract)

Guy Bernard , Institut National des Télécommunications
Victor Budau , Institut National des Télécommunications
pp. 153

An Auditing System for QoS-Enabled Networks (Abstract)

Akihiro Hayakawa , NTT DATA Corporation
George Din , Fraunhofer Research Center for Open Communication Systems
Ina Schieferdecker , Fraunhofer Research Center for Open Communication Systems
Peter Deussen , Fraunhofer Research Center for Open Communication Systems
pp. 159
Keynote Speech

Keynote Speech (PDF)

Gary Toth , Naval Research in Arlington
pp. 168
Session 1

Towards a Definition of the Real-Time Data Distribution Problem Space (Abstract)

Victor Fay-Wolfe , University of Rhode Island
Angela Uvarov , University of Rhode Island
pp. 170
Session 2

Guaranteeing Temporal Validity with a Real-Time Logic of Knowledge (Abstract)

Juliana Küster Filipe , University of Edinburgh
Stuart Anderson , University of Edinburgh
pp. 178

A Connector-Based Approach for Controlled Data Distribution in RTP Architecture (Abstract)

Daniela Micucci , Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Francesco Tisato , Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Andrea Trentini , Università degli Studi di Milano
pp. 191
Tutorial

OMG Data Distribution Service (PDF)

Hans-Arno Jacobsen , Naval Research in Arlington
pp. 198
Session 3
Session 4 - Invited Panel on Real-Time Data Distribution in Overlay Networks

A Communication Architecture and Programming Abstractions for Real-Time Embedded Sensor Networks (Abstract)

S. Son , University of Virginia
Chenyang Lu , University of Washington at St. Louis
T. Abdelzaher , University of Virginia
T. He , University of Virginia
J. Stankovic , University of Virginia
B. Blum , University of Virginia
A. Wood , University of Virginia
pp. 220
Session 5

SAFE: A Data Dissemination Protocol for Periodic Updates in Sensor Networks (Abstract)

Sooyeon Kim , Seoul National University
Sang H. Son , University of Virginia
Shuoqi Li , University of Virginia
John A. Stankovic , University of Virginia
Yanghee Choi , Seoul National University
pp. 228
Session 1: Enabling Technologies and Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Computing

Smart Furniture: Improvising Ubiquitous Hot-Spot Environment (Abstract)

Masato Saito , Keio University
Kazunori Takashio , Keio University
Nobuhiko Nishio , Keio University
Masaki Ito , Keio University
Kenichi Nakanishi , Keio University
Hideyuki Tokuda , Keio University
Jin Nakazawa , Keio University
Akiko Iwaya , Keio University
Kenta Matsumiya , Keio University
pp. 248

Entry Points into a Smart Campus Environment — Overview of the ETHOC System (Abstract)

J? Bohn , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Michael Rohs , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
pp. 260
Session 2: Wearable Computers and PDAs

The Tangible File System (Abstract)

Alexandros Karypidis , Foundation for Research & Technology Hellas and University of Thessaly
Spyros Lalis , Foundation for Research & Technology Hellas and University of Thessaly
pp. 268

Studying the Use of Handhelds to Control Smart Appliances (Abstract)

Brad A. Myers , Carnegie Mellon University
Jeffrey Nichols , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 274

Exploring Edge-Based Input Techniques for Handheld Text Entry (Abstract)

Jacob O. Wobbrock , Carnegie Mellon University
Brad A. Myers , Carnegie Mellon University
Scott E. Hudson , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 280

Information Logistics and Wearable Computing (Abstract)

Thomas K?nigsmann , Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering
Thorsten L?ffeler , Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering
Wolfgang Deiters , Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering
Kerstin Heuwinkel , Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering
pp. 283
Session 3: Mobile Devices, Networks

Digital Broadcast Networks Supporting Split-Path Communication for Mobile Devices (Abstract)

Georg Acher , Technische Universität München
Detlef Fliegl , Technische Universität München
pp. 294

Controlled Availability of Pervasive Web Services (Abstract)

Stefan Hild , IBM Zurich Research Laboratory
Peter Robinson , University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
pp. 300
Session 4: Mobile Networking in Home, Office and Beyond

ContextCube — Providing Context Information Ubiquitously (Abstract)

J? H?hner , University of Stuttgart
Martin Bauer , University of Stuttgart
Christian Becker , University of Stuttgart
Gregor Schiele , University of Stuttgart
pp. 308

Realizing a Visual Marker Using LEDs for Wearable Computing Environment (Abstract)

Yasue Kishino , Osaka University
Yutaka Sakane , Shizuoka University
Shojiro Shojiro , Osaka University
Masahiko Tsukamoto , Osaka University
pp. 314
Session5: Location Depended and Context Aware Computing

The Context Aware Personal Remote Control: A Case Study on Context Awareness (Abstract)

S. van de Wijdeven , Philips Research Laboritories
F. Vignoli , Philips Research Laboritories
V. Buil , Philips Research Laboritories
J. Hoonhout , Philips Research Laboritories
T. Lashina , Philips Research Laboritories
G. Hollemans , Philips Research Laboritories
pp. 322

Revealing the Retail Black Box by Interaction Sensing (Abstract)

Christian Decker , University of Karlsruhe
Uwe Kubach , SAP AG
Michael Beigl , University of Karlsruhe
pp. 328

An IR Local Positioning System for Smart Items and Devices (Abstract)

Max M?hlh?user , Darmstadt University of Technology
Erwin Aitenbichler , Darmstadt University of Technology
pp. 334
Session 1. Coordination and Communication

Tuples On The Air: A Middleware for Context-Aware Computing in Dynamic Networks (Abstract)

Franco Zambonelli , Universit? di Modena e Reggio Emilia
Letizia Leonardi , Universit? di Modena e Reggio Emilia
Marco Mamei , Universit? di Modena e Reggio Emilia
pp. 342

Gateway: A Message Hub with Store-and-Forward Messaging in Mobile Networks (Abstract)

Jean Bacon , University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
Eiko Yoneki , University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
pp. 348

Mobility Support with REBECA (Abstract)

Andreas Zeidler , Technical University of Darmstadt
Ludger Fiege , Technical University of Darmstadt
pp. 354
Session 2. Services and Discovery

Coordination Middleware Supporting Rapid Deployment of Ad Hoc Mobile Systems (Abstract)

Jamie Payton , Washington University in St. Louis
Radu Handorean , Washington University in St. Louis
Gruia-Catalin Roman , Washington University in St. Louis
Christine Julien , Washington University in St. Louis
pp. 362

Adaptive Service Binding Middleware to Support Mobility (Abstract)

Jay Murdock , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Alan Cole , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Jonathan Munson , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
David Wood , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Sastry Duri , IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
pp. 369

Experiments with Mobile Computing Middleware for Deploying Appliance UIs (Abstract)

Olufisayo Omojokun , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Prasun Dewan , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 375
Session 3. Software Architecture

Middleware Awareness in Mobile Computing (Abstract)

Gordon S. Blair , Lancaster University
Sam Samuel , Lucent Technologies
Paul Grace , Lancaster University
pp. 382

A Connector-Aware Middleware for Distributed Deployment and Mobility (Abstract)

Nenad Medvidovic , University of Southern California
Marija Mikic-Rakic , University of Southern California
pp. 388

Adaptive Terminal Middleware for Session Mobility (Abstract)

Yoshinori Isoda , NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
Ken Ohta , NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
Takashi Yoshikawa , NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
Tomohiro Nakagawa , NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
Shoji Kurakake , NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
pp. 394
Session 1: Mobile Data Management

Approximating Object Location for Moving Object Database (Abstract)

Antonio Si , Oracle Corporation
Hong Va Leong , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Ken C. K. Lee , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
pp. 402

A System Architecture for Managing Mobile Streaming Media Services (Abstract)

Sumit Roy , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Takeshi Yoshimura , NTT DoCoMo
John Ankcorn , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Susie Wee , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
Michele Covell , Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
pp. 408

Efficient CNG Indexing in Location-Aware Sevices (Abstract)

Sunil Prabhakar , Purdue University
Yuni Xia , Purdue University
pp. 414

Broadcast Data Organizations and Client Side Cache (Abstract)

Oleg Shigiltchoff , University of Pittsburgh
Panos K. Chrysanthis , University of Pittsburgh
Evaggelia Pitoura , University of Ioannina
pp. 420
Session 2: Distributed Computing in Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks

On Localized Prediction for Power Efficient Object Tracking in Sensor Networks (Abstract)

Wang-Chien Lee , Pennsylvania State University
Yingqi Xu , Pennsylvania State University
pp. 434

Friends and Foes: Preventing Sel.shness in Open Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (Abstract)

Hugo Miranda , Universidade de Lisboa
Luís Rodrigues , Universidade de Lisboa
pp. 440
Session 3: Security and Mobile agents

Toward a Security Architecture for Smart Messages: Challenges, Solutions, and Open Issues (Abstract)

Liviu Iftode , University of Maryland at College Park
Gang Xu , Rutgers University
Cristian Borcea , Rutgers University
pp. 454

A Robust Distributed Generalized Matching Protocol that Stabilizes in Linear Time (Abstract)

David P. Jacobs , Clemson University
Pradip K. Srimani , Clemson University
Stephen T. Hedetniemi , Clemson University
Wayne Goddard , Clemson University
pp. 461

A Scalable Hash-Based Mobile Agent Location Mechanism (Abstract)

George Samaras , University of Cyprus
Evaggelia Pitoura , University of Ioannina
Georgia Kastidou , University of Ioannina
pp. 472
Session 4: Short Papers

Experimenting an Indoor Bluetooth-Based Positioning Service (Abstract)

R. Bandelloni , University of Trento
M. Conti , IIT-National Research Council
F. Delmastro , IIT-National Research Council
E. Gregori , IIT-National Research Council
G. Anastasi , University of Pisa
G. Mainetto , IIT-National Research Council
pp. 480

Designing Reliable Communication Protocols for Mobile Agents (Abstract)

Jingyang Zhou , Nanjing University
Zhiyong Jia , Nanjing University
Daoxu Chen , Nanjing University
pp. 484

A Framework for Concurrency Control in Real-Time Distributed Collaboration for Mobile Systems (Abstract)

M. A. Maluk Mohamed , Indian Institute of Technology Madras
V. R. Devanathan , Indian Institute of Technology Madras
D. Janaki Ram , Indian Institute of Technology Madras
pp. 488

Privilege Delegation and Agent-Oriented Access Control in Naplet (Abstract)

Song Fu , Wayne State University
Cheng-Zhong Xu , Wayne State University
pp. 493

Supporting QoS-Aware Transactions in a System on Mobile Devices (SyD) (Abstract)

Sushil K. Prasad , Georgia State University
Shamkant B. Navathe , Georgia Institute of Technology
Wanxia Xie , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 498

Traffic Analysis in Ad Hoc Networks Based on Location-Aware Clustering (Abstract)

Jingqiang Li , Xi?an Jiaotong University
Weijia Jia , City University of Hong Kong
pp. 503
Session 1: Multimedia Network (1)

Using Interleaving to Ameliorate the Effects of Packet Loss in a Video Stream (Abstract)

Mark Claypool , Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Yali Zhu , Worcester Polytechnic Institute
pp. 508

An Efficient RP (Rendezvous Point) Replacement Mechanism for Rendezvous-Based Multicast Routing (Abstract)

Bhed Bahadur Bista , Iwate Prefectural University
Goutam Chakraborty , Iwate Prefectural University
Toyoo Takata , Iwate Prefectural University
pp. 514

Flexible Group Communication Protocol for Distributed Applications (Abstract)

Tomoya Enokido , Tokyo Denki University
Makoto Takizawa , Tokyo Denki University
pp. 519

Efficient localized routing for wireless ad hoc networks (Abstract)

Gang-Yang Li , Dept. of Comput. Sci., Illinois Inst. of Technol., Chicago, IL, USA
Yu Wang , Dept. of Comput. Sci., Illinois Inst. of Technol., Chicago, IL, USA
pp. 691-696
Session 2: Multimedia Network (2)

A Receiver Coordination Protocol for the Efficient Use of Bandwidth in Distributed Multimedia Applications (Abstract)

Cao Man Letan , Osaka University
Teruo Higashino , Osaka University
Kenichi Taniguchi , Osaka University
Takeshi Yamashita , Osaka University
Hirozumi Yamaguchi , Osaka University
Akihito Hiromori , Osaka University
Keiichi Yasumoto , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 531

An Adaptive Multimedia Transmission Protocol for Distributed Multimedia Applications (Abstract)

Hongli Luo , University of Miami
Mei-Ling Shyu , University of Miami
Irina Gray , Florida International University
Shu-Ching Chen , Florida International University
pp. 537

Network Information Based Rate Controls on Multimedia Streaming Servers (Abstract)

Yuuichirou Miyazaki , NTT DoCoMo
Yuko Onoe , NTT DoCoMo
Yukio Atsumi , NTT DoCoMo
Hiroaki Hagino , NTT DoCoMo
Takayuki Kushida , IBM Research
Nagatsugu Yamanouchi , Toho University
Hirotaka Komaki , IBM Research
pp. 543
Session 3: Multimedia Processing (1)

A Novel Video Shot Detection Technique Using Color Anglogram and Latent Semantic Indexing (Abstract)

Rong Zhao , State University of New York at Stony Brook
William I. Grosky , University of Michigan-Dearborn
pp. 550

Query Based Site Selection for Distributed Search Engines (Abstract)

Yoshifumi Sakai , Toyo University
Minoru Uehara , Toyo University
Minoru Udagawa , Toyo University
Nobuyoshi Sato , Toyo University
Hideki Mori , Toyo University
pp. 556

Compression Tolerant DCT Based Image Hash (Abstract)

C. Kailasanathan , University of Wollongong
R. Safavi Naini , University of Wollongong
P. Ogunbona , Motorola Australian Research Centre
pp. 562

Causality in Hierarchical Group Communication (Abstract)

Kojiro Taguchi , Tokyo Denki University
Tomoya Enokido , Tokyo Denki University
Makoto Takizawa , Tokyo Denki University
pp. 568
Session 4: Multimedia Network (3)

Synchronization Algorithm for SCTP Network (Abstract)

T. Saadawi , City College of New York
A. Abd El Al , City College of New York
H. Elsayed , City College of New York
M. Lee , City College of New York
pp. 576

On Loss-Aware Packet Scheduling for Video Transport over a Multi-Hop IP Network (Abstract)

M.R. Ito , University of British Columbia
Y. Bai , University of British Columbia
pp. 588

Packet Error and Frame Rate Controls for Real Time Video Stream over Wireless LANs (Abstract)

Yoshitaka Shibata , Iwate Prefectural University
Norihiko Uchida , Iwate Prefectural University
Kazuo Takahata , Shinshu Junior College
pp. 594
Session 5: Virtual Reality and Distance Learning

Multi-User Layer in the EVE Distributed Virtual Reality Platform (Abstract)

Ch. Bouras , University of Patras and Research Academic Computer Technology Institute
Th. Tsiatsos , University of Patras and Research Academic Computer Technology Institute
D. Psaltoulis , University of Patras
Ch. Psaroudis , University of Patras
pp. 602

Objectives and Features of e-Learning Oriented Programming Courseware for Freshmen (Abstract)

Hidetoshi Kawai , Iwaki Meisei University
Takanobu Manome , Iwaki Meisei University
Hiroki Yoshida , Iwaki Meisei University
Fumio Takayama , Iwaki Meisei University
Takayuki Anzai , Iwaki Meisei University
pp. 616

Interactive and Collaborative Virtual Learning Environment: Virtual Wildlife Park (Abstract)

Te Yi Chan , Chung Yuan Christian University
Yu Lung Wu , Chung Yuan Christian University
Bin Shyan Jong , Chung Yuan Christian University
Tsong Wuu Lin , Soochow University
pp. 622
Session 6: Multimedia Applications

Interacting Agents in Networks: E-Auction and Emergence in E-Marketing (Abstract)

V. K. Murthy , University of New South Wales
E.V. Krishnamurthy , Australian National University
pp. 628

A System Model for Mobile Commerce (Abstract)

Chung-wei Lee , Auburn University
Wen-Chen Hu , University of North Dakota
Jyh-haw Yeh , Boise State University
pp. 634

Multimedia Rights Management for the Multiple Devices of End-User (Abstract)

Kyung-Ah Chang , Samsung Electronics
Byung-Rae Lee , Samsung Electronics
pp. 640

Augmented Video Conferencing (Abstract)

Nigel H. Lin , Tamkang University
Timothy K. Shih , Tamkang University
Aiguo He , University of Aizu
Jung-Ken Chuang , Tamkang University
pp. 646
Session 7: Multimedia Processing (2)

Multi-Feature Indexing for Music Data (Abstract)

Shiou-Jiuan Chen , Chaoyang University of Technology
Yu-lung Lo , Chaoyang University of Technology
pp. 654

Design of a Middleware System for Scalable Multimedia Streaming (Abstract)

Yoshitaka Shibata , Iwate Prefectural University
Koji Hashimoto , Iwate Prefectural University
pp. 660

Toward a Graphical Approach to Multimedia Document Design (Abstract)

Jun Kong , University of Texas at Dallas
Kang Zhang , University of Texas at Dallas
pp. 666

Residents Oriented Disaster Information Network (Abstract)

Kazuo Takahata , Iwate Prefectural University
Noriki Uchida , Iwate Prefectural University
Daisuke Nakamura , Iwate Prefectural University
Yoshitaka Shibata , Iwate Prefectural University
pp. 672
Session 1: Topology of Ad-Hoc Networks

Computation of Minimal Uniform Transmission Power in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks (Abstract)

Qing Dai , Florida Atlantic University
Jie Wu , Florida Atlantic University
pp. 680

Topological Characteristics of Random Multihop Wireless Networks (Abstract)

Keqin Li , State University of New York at New Paltz
pp. 685

Efficient Localized Routing for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks (Abstract)

Xiang-Yang Li , Illinois Institute of Technology
Yu Wang , Illinois Institute of Technology
pp. 691

Optimal Transmission Radius for Flooding in Large Scale Sensor Networks (Abstract)

Bhaskar Krishnamachari , University of Southern California
Marco Zúñiga , University of Southern California
pp. 697
Session 2: Congestion and QoS Issues

Using Explicit Congestion Notification in Stream Control Transmission Protocol in Lossy Networks (Abstract)

Tarek Saadawi , City University of New York
Myung Lee , City University of New York
Guanhua Ye , City University of New York
pp. 704

An Energy-Aware QoS Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks (Abstract)

Mohamed Younis , University of Maryland - Baltimore County
Kemal Akkaya , University of Maryland - Baltimore County
pp. 710

Clusterhead Controlled Token for Virtual Base Station On-Demand in MANETs (Abstract)

Hussein Mouftah , Queen?s University and University of Ottawa
Tarek Sheltami , Queen?s University
pp. 716

Providing Delay Guarantees in Bluetooth (Abstract)

Geert Heijenk , University of Twente and Ericsson EuroLab Netherlands
Rachid Ait Yaiz , University of Twente
pp. 722
Session 3: Service Discovery and Security

A Flexible Web Service Based Architecture for Wireless Sensor Networks (Abstract)

Luci Pirmez , Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Paulo F. Pires , Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Luiz Fernando Rust da Costa Carmo , Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Fl?via Coimbra Delicato , Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
pp. 730

Service Discovery and Name Resolution Architectures for On-Demand MANETs (Abstract)

Yan Zheng , University of Oslo (UniK)/Telenor R&D
Tore J?nvik , University of Oslo (UniK)/Telenor R&D
Do Van Thanh , University of Oslo (UniK)/Telenor R&D
Paal Engelstad , University of Oslo (UniK)/Telenor R&D
pp. 736

Foundations of Security for Hash Chains in Ad Hoc Networks (Abstract)

Olga V. Gavrylyako , University of Alabama
Phillip G. Bradford , University of Alabama
pp. 743

LHAP: A Lightweight Hop-by-Hop Authentication Protocol for Ad-Hoc Networks (Abstract)

Sushil Jajodia , George Mason University and The MITRE Corporation
Sencun Zhu , George Mason University
Sanjeev Setia , George Mason University
Shouhuai Xu , University of California at Irvine
pp. 749
Session 4: Medium and Internet Access

IEEE 802.11 Ad Hoc Networks: Performance Measurements (Abstract)

Marco Conti , National Research Council
Eleonora Borgia , National Research Council
Enrico Gregori , National Research Council
Giuseppe Anastasi , University of Pisa
pp. 758

MAC-SCC: Medium Access Control with a Separate Control Channel for Multihop Wireless Networks (Abstract)

Yijun Li , University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Magdy Bayoumi , University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Dmitri Perkins , University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Hongyi Wu , University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Nian-Feng Tzeng , University of Louisiana at Lafayette
pp. 764

Mobile Peer Membership Management to Support Multimedia Streaming (Abstract)

Seung-Seok Kang , Michigan State University
Matt W. Mutka , Michigan State University
pp. 770
Session 5: Data Management and Delivery

A Lazy Data Request Approach for On-Demand Data Broadcasting (Abstract)

Qiu Fang , University of Alabama
Weigang Ni , University of Alabama
Susan V. Vrbsky , University of Alabama
pp. 790

SACCS: Scalable Asynchronous Cache Consistency Scheme for Mobile Environments (Abstract)

Mohan Kumar , University of Texas at Arlington
Sajal Das , University of Texas at Arlington
Hao Che , University of Texas at Arlington
Zhijun Wang , University of Texas at Arlington
pp. 797

Enforcing Interdependencies and Executing Transactions Atomically over Autonomous Mobile Data Stores Using SyD Link Technology (Abstract)

Vijay Madisetti , Georgia Institute of Technology
Sushil K. Prasad , Georgia State University
Raj Sunderraman , Georgia State University
Anu G. Bourgeois , Georgia State University
Sham Navathe , Georgia Institute of Technology
Erdogan Dogdu , Georgia State University
Yi Pan , Georgia State University
pp. 803
Session 6: WLAN and Location Management

IPv6 Prefix Delegation-Based Addressing Solution for a Mobile Personal Area Network (Abstract)

J. Latvakoski , VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
P. P??kk?nen , VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
pp. 819

Location Update for PCS Networks with a Fractional Movement Threshold (Abstract)

Kui Wu , University of Victoria
Yang Xiao , University of Memphis
pp. 825

A New Overflow Replacement Policy for Efficient Location Management in Mobile Networks (Abstract)

Ying Luo , Georgia State University
Yang Xiao , University of Memphis
Yi Pan , Georgia State University
Xiaola Lin , City University of Hong Kong
Jie Li , University of Tsukuba
pp. 830
Session 7: Resource Management

Dynamic Resource Control for High-Speed Downlink Packet Access Wireless Channel (Abstract)

Chia Shen , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
Daqing Gu , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
Philip Orlik , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
Jinyun Zhang , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
Huai-Rong Shao , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
pp. 838

Integration of Advanced Reservation and Bandwidth Reconfiguration Based Admission Control in Wireless Networks with Multimedia Services (Abstract)

Symeon Papavassiliou , New Jersey Institute of Technology
Jian Ye , New Jersey Institute of Technology
Jiongkuan Hou , New Jersey Institute of Technology
pp. 844

Dynamic Fair Bandwidth Allocation in Multiservice CDMA Networks (Abstract)

Chengzhou Li , New Jersey Institute of Technology
Symeon Papavassiliou , New Jersey Institute of Technology
pp. 850

A Novel Channel Allocation Scheme in Integrated Wireless and Mobile Networks (Abstract)

Dharma P. Agrawal , University of Cincinnati
Hang Chen , University of Cincinnati
Qing-An Zeng , University of Cincinnati
pp. 856
Session 8: Performance Enhancement and Evaluation

A Mailbox-Based Scheme for Improving Mobile IP Performance (Abstract)

Jiannong Cao , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Liang Zhang , Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Sajal K. Das , University of Texas at Arlington
pp. 864

Queue Management for TFRC-Based Traffic in 3G Networks (Abstract)

Hannes Ekstr? , Ericsson Research
Reiner Ludwig , Ericsson Research
pp. 870

Accurate and Explicit Differentiation of Wireless and Congestion Losses (Abstract)

Vijay Arya , INRIA Sophia Antipolis
Thierry Turletti , INRIA Sophia Antipolis
pp. 877

Interaction of Wireless TCP Schemes and Rerouting: Analytical Models and Simulation (Abstract)

Sridhar Radhakrishnan , University of Oklahoma
Chandra N. Sekharan , Loyola University at Chicago
Waleed S. Al-Numay , University of Oklahoma
Tao Zheng , University of Oklahoma
pp. 883
Session 1: Web Proxy Placement

Coverage-Aware Proxy Placement for Dynamic Content Management over the Internet (Abstract)

Srivatsan Varadarajan , University of Minnesota
Jaideep Srivastava , University of Minnesota
Raja Harinath , University of Minnesota
Zhi-Li Zhang , University of Minnesota
pp. 892

Proxy Location Problems and Their Generalizations (Abstract)

Sumi Choi , Washington University in St. Louis
Yuval Shavitt , Tel-Aviv University
pp. 898

Placement of Mirrored Web Servers in Ring Networks with Budget Constraint (Abstract)

Xiaohua Jia , City University of Hong Kong
C. H. Lee , City University of Hong Kong
Deying Li , City University of Hong Kong
Hai Liu , City University of Hong Kong
pp. 905
Session 2: Web Server Technologies

Optimal Content Location in IP Multicast Based Overlay Networks (Abstract)

Israel Cidon , Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Oren Unger , Technion and Zoran Microelectronics
pp. 916

CATP: A Context-Aware Transportation Protocol for HTTP (Abstract)

Huamin Chen , University of California at Davis
Prasant Mohapatra , University of California at Davis
pp. 922

Using Service Brokers for Accessing Backend Servers for Web Applications (Abstract)

Huamin Chen , University of California at Davis
Prasant Mohapatra , University of California at Davis
pp. 928

Scaling Server Selection Using a Multi-Broker Architecture (Abstract)

Gregor von Bochmann , University of Ottawa
Johnny W. Wong , University of Waterloo
Mohamed Vall O. Mohamed-Salem , University of Montreal
pp. 934
Session 3: Web Caching and Internet Applications

A Study of the Performance and Parameter Sensitivity of Adaptive Distributed Caching (Abstract)

Jiming Liu , Hong Kong Baptist University
Markus J. Kaiser , University of Connecticut
Kwok Ching Tsui , Hong Kong Baptist University
pp. 942

Design of Distributed Video Cache System on the Internet (Abstract)

K.Y. Leung , City University of Hong Kong
Eric W.M. Wong , City University of Hong Kong
K.H. Yeung , City University of Hong Kong
pp. 948

Paradropper: A General-Purpose Global Computing Environment Built on Peer-to-Peer Overlay Network (Abstract)

Zou Peng , Changsha Institute of Technology
Zhang Wei Ming , Changsha Institute of Technology
Dou Wen , Changsha Institute of Technology
Liu Zhong , Changsha Institute of Technology
pp. 954

A Framework for Web-Based Intelligent Decision Support Enterprise (Abstract)

Helen S. Du , City University of Hong Kong
Xiaohua Jia , City University of Hong Kong
pp. 958

Dynamic DNS for Load Balancing (Abstract)

Chi-Chung Cheung , City University of Hong Kong
Man-Ching Yuen , City University of Hong Kong
Angus C H Yip , City University of Hong Kong
pp. 962
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Author Index (PDF)

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