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2012 20th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP) (1999)
Toronto, Canada
Oct. 31, 1999 to Nov. 3, 1999
ISSN: 1092-1648
ISBN: 0-7695-0412-4
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xiii
Opening Session

Opening Session (PDF)

pp. null
Keynote Address
Session 1: Protocols and Routing

Dynamic Memory Model Based Framework for Optimization of IP Address Lookup Algorithms (Abstract)

Gene Cheung , University of California at Berkeley
Steven McCanne , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 11

Fault Detection in Routing Protocols (Abstract)

Bill Fenner , AT&T Labs Research
Daniel Massey , University of California at Los Angeles
pp. 31
Session 2: Multicast I

Receiver-Cooperative Bandwidth Management for Layered Multicast (Abstract)

Teruo Higashino , Osaka University
Keiichi Yasumoto , Shiga University
Kenichi Taniguchi , Osaka University
Hirozumi Yamaguchi , Osaka University
pp. 43

Centralized Multicast (Abstract)

S. Paul , Bell Laboratories
S. Keshav , Cornell University
pp. 59

Optimal Allocation of Clients to Replicated Multicast Servers (Abstract)

Ellen W. Zegura , Georgia Institute of Technology
Zongming Fei , Georgia Institute of Technology
Mostafa H. Ammar , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 69
Session 3: Multicast II

Scaling End-to-End Multicast Transports with a Topologically-Sensitive Group Formation Protocol (Abstract)

Sylvia Ratnasamy , University of California at Berkeley
Steven McCanne , University of California at Berkeley
pp. 79

WDM Multicasting in IP over WDM Networks (Abstract)

Chunming Qiao , State University of New York at Buffalo
Xijun Zhang , Lucent Technologies
Amit Guha , AT&T Labs
John Wei , Telcordia Technologies, Incorporated
Myoungki Jeong , State University of New York at Buffalo
pp. 89

A Logical Ring Reliable Multicast Protocol for Mobile Nodes (Abstract)

Janelle J. Harms , University of Alberta
Ioanis Nikolaidis , University of Alberta
pp. 106
Session 4: Quality of Service I

ERUF: Early Regulation of Unresponsive Best-Effort Traffic (Abstract)

Anurag Acharya , University of California at Santa Barbara
Anand Rangarajan , University of California at Santa Barbara
pp. 117

NBQ: Neighbor-State Based Queuing for Adaptive Bandwidth Sharing (Abstract)

Yoshito Tobe , Keio University
Yosuke Tamura , Keio University
Hideyuki Tokuda , Keio University
pp. 135

Evaluation of Bandwidth Broker Signaling (Abstract)

Torsten Braun , University of Berne
Manuel Guenter , University of Berne
pp. 145
Session 5: Quality of Service II

Minimum Rate Guarantee without Per-Flow Information (Abstract)

Mahadeven Iyer , University of California at Irvine
Yuseok Kim , University of California at Irvine
Wei K. Tsai , University of California at Irvine
Jordi Ros , University of California at Irvine
pp. 155

A New Proposal for RSVP Refreshes (Abstract)

Andreas Terzis , University of California at Los Angeles
Lixia Zhang , University of California at Los Angeles
Lan Wang , University of California at Los Angeles
pp. 163

Effect of Unreliable Nodes on QoS Routing (Abstract)

Swapna S. Gokhale , University of California at Riverside
Satish K. Tripathi , University of California at Riverside
pp. 173

How to Make Assured Service More Assured (Abstract)

Jennifer C. Hou , Ohio State University
Rong Zheng , Ohio State University
Wei Lin , Ohio State University
pp. 182
Panel 1
Session 6: Transport Protocols

Empirical TCP Profiles and Application (Abstract)

A. Udaya Shankar , University of Maryland at College Park
Catalin T. Popescu , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 195

On Individual and Aggregate TCP Performance (Abstract)

Yin Zhang , Cornell University
Lili Qiu , Cornell University
Srinivasan Keshav , Cornell University
pp. 203

TCP Trunking: Design, Implementation and Performance (Abstract)

S.Y. Wang , Harvard University
H.T. Kung , Harvard University
pp. 222
Session 7: Wireless Networks I

Fluid Analysis of Delay Performance for QoS Support in Wireless Networks (Abstract)

Jeong Geun Kim , University of Arizona
Marwan Krunz , University of Arizona
pp. 254

Scheduling in Wireless Networks with Multiple Transmission Channels (Abstract)

Satish Damodaran , Washington State University
Krishna M. Sivalingam , Washington State University
pp. 262
Panel 2
Session 8: Wireless Networks II

Source-Tree Routing in Wireless Networks (Abstract)

Marcelo Spohn , Nokia Wireless Routers
J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves , University of California at Santa Cruz
pp. 273

HAWAII: A Domain-Based Approach for Supporting Mobility in Wide-Area Wireless Networks (Abstract)

S.Y. Wang , Harvard University
T. La Porta , Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
R. Ramjee , Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
K. Varadhan , Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
S. Thuel , Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies
pp. 283

Wave and Wait Protocol (WWP): An Energy-Saving Transport Protocol for Mobile IP-Devices (Abstract)

Vassilios Tsaoussidis , State University of New York at Stony Brook
Hussein Badr , State University of New York at Stony Brook
Rohit Verma , State University of New York at Stony Brook
pp. 301
Session 9: Internet Services

Smoothing and Prefetching Video from Distributed Servers (Abstract)

Victor O.K. Li , University of Hong Kong
Spiridon Bakiras , University of Hong Kong
pp. 311

A Behavioral Model of Web Traffic (Abstract)

Hyoung-Kee Choi , Georgia Institute of Technology
John O. Limb , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 327

Concast: Design and Implementation of a New Network Service (Abstract)

Kenneth L. Calvert , University of Kentucky
James Griffioen , University of Kentucky
Amit Sehgal , University of Kentucky
Su Wen , University of Kentucky
pp. 335

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 345
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