Parallel and Distributed Computing and Networks    (PDCN 2004)

February 17 – 19, 2004
Innsbruck, Austria
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Track Cluster and Grid Computing FreeSubscription
420-081 The GRelC Project: Towards Grid-DBMS
G. Aloisio, M. Cafaro, S. Fiore, and M. Mirto (Italy)
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420-096 Using Domains to Support Replication in a Distributed Shared Object System
C. Sobaniec and D. Wawrzyniak (Poland)
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420-131 A Scalable, Extensible Framework for Grid Management
T.K. Apostolopoulos and G.C. Oikonomou (Greece)
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420-148 Asynchronous Communication Model for Clusters Systems
S. Juhász, F. Kovács, and H. Charaf (Hungary)
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420-151 Scheduling and Evaluation of Sequential and Parallel Processes’ Interaction in a Nondedicated Cluster
A.B. Mnaouer (Singapore) and B. Al-Riyami (Oman)
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420-161 Event Management Middleware Services for Proactive Management
D. Min and E. Choi (Korea)
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420-200 Dynamic Load Balancing in Heterogeneous Clusters
J.L. Bosque Orero, D. Gil Marcos, and L. Pastor (Spain)
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420-215 An Implementation of Concurrent Gang Scheduler for PC Cluster Systems
K. Hyoudou, Y. Kozakai, and Y. Nakayama (Japan)
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420-222 Toward a Dynamically Balanced Cluster Oriented DHT
J. Rufino, A. Pina, A. Alves, and J. Exposto (Portugal)
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420-232 A Tunable Collective Communication Framework on a Cluster of SMPs
M.-S. Wu, R.A. Kendall, and S. Aluru (USA)
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420-805 An Evaluation of Autonomic Self-configuration in Network Centric Systems
B.U. Kim, I. Ra (USA), Y. Kim (Korea), S. Hariri, H. Chen, B. Khargharia, M. Zhang (USA),
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420-809 Storage Groups: A New Approach for Providing Dynamic Reconfiguration in Data-based Clusters
M.S. Pérez, A. Sánchez, J.M. Peña, V. Robles, J. Carretero, and F. García (Spain)
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420-811 Grid Knowledge Discovery Processes and an Architecture for Their Composition
G. Kickinger, J. Hofer, P. Brezany, and A.M. Tjoa (Austria)
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420-812 Grid Accounting and Payment Architecture
J.H. Abawajy (Canada)
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Track Scheduling and Resource Allocation FreeSubscription
420-036 Arrangement of Prioritized LSP in MPLS Networks
Y.-W. Chen and J.-C. Huang (Taiwan)
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420-041 Cost Model and Optimal Allocation of Service Curves in Reservation-based Networks
S. Recker (Germany)
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420-057 A Distributed Task Assignment Algorithm with the FCFS Policy in a Ring
A. Sasaki (Japan)
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420-129 Speculative Prefetching of Optional Locks in Distributed Systems
T. Schöbel-Theuer (Germnay)
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420-132 Packet Scheduling in Proteo Network-on-Chip
D.A. Sigüenza Tortosa and J. Nurmi (Finland)
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420-153 An Overview of Telecommunications Transport Network Planning
V.A. Clincy (USA)
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420-195 Low Power Tasks Mapping for DVS Capable Multiprocessor System with Shared Memory
M. Li, X. Wu, X. Zhu, and H. Wang (PRC)
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420-209 Improving Scalability of Processor Utilization on Heavily-Loaded Servers with Real-Time Scheduling
E. Kawai, Y. Kadobayashi, and S. Yamaguchi (Japan)
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420-240 Dual Range Cellular Network
T.K. Srinidhi, G. Sridhar, and V. Sridhar (India)
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Track Mobile Computing and Wireless Networks FreeSubscription
420-044 Core based Tree Multicast (M-CBT) Approach in Supporting Mobility
J. Singh, P. Veeraraghavan, and S. Singh (Australia)
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420-050 Blueline: A Distributed Bluetooth Scatternet Formation and Routing Algorithm
M.-T. Chou and R.-S. Chang (Taiwan)
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420-077 Parallel Computation in Mobile Systems using Bluetooth Scatternets and Java
R. Shepherd, J. Story, and S. Mansoor (UK)
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420-101 Quality-of-Service Provisioning System for Multimedia Transmission in IEEE 802.11 Wireless LANs
J. Deng and H.-C. Yen (Taiwan)
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420-115 Improving Scalability in QoS Guarantee MN to MN Mobile Communication using Traffic Engineered MPLS Path
W. Liu, T. Kato, and S. Itoh (Japan)
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420-118 Design and Development of a JXTA Middleware for Mobile Ad-hoc Networks
M. Bisignano, A. Calvagna, G. Di Modica, and O. Tomarchio (Italy)
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420-127 Migrating Desktop Interface for Several Grid Infrastructures
M. Kupczyk, R. Lichwała, N. Meyer, B. Palak, M. Płóciennik, and P. Wolniewicz (Poland)
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420-160 Host Configuration in an Ad Hoc Wireless Network based on DHCP
C.N. Ojeda-Guerra, I. Alonso-González, and D. Marrero Marrero (Spain)
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420-192 Adaptive Beam-Former Generalized Detector in Wireless Sensor Networks
V. Tuzlukov, W.-S. Yoon, and Y.D. Kim (Korea)
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420-204 Feedback Closed-Loop Scheduling Discipline for QoS Guarantee in Mobile Applications
J.-L. Chen and N.-K. Chen (Taiwan)
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420-235 SIP Mobility Support using SIP Mobility Agent in All-IP Networks
S.H. Lee and J.S. Lim (Korea)
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420-241 Monitoring WLANs for Man-in-the-Middle Attacks
N.L. Harshini, G. Sridhar, and V. Sridhar (India)
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420-801 Evaluation of Wireless Network Services based on GSM Sensor System
P. Mariño, F.P. Fontán, F. Machado, C. Enjamio, and S. Otero (Spain)
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Track Computer Networks and Communications FreeSubscription
420-025 Improved Algorithms Tracing Back to Attacking Sources
W. Liu, H.-X. Duan, Y. Feng, Y.-B. Li, and P. Ren (PRC)
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420-046 The Domain Name Plug and Play Mechanism in the IPv6 Networks
S. Park (India), S. Madanapalli, P. Kim, and Y. Kim (Korea)
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420-062 A Feedback Control Information and Algorithm For ABR Traffic
K.-H. Choi, M.-H. Shin, C.-H. Kwon, and S.-H. Bae (Korea)
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420-065 Componentware based Network and System Management Development
M.H. Knahl (UK)
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420-078 Design and Implementation of a Network Simulation System
J.-W. Choi and K.-H. Lee (Korea)
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420-089 Analysis and Implementation of Virtual Private Network Support in Corporate Networks
S. Shaikh and S. Al-Khayatt (UK)
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420-155 Experimental Evaluation of DOCSIS 1.1 Upstream Performance
R. Bartoš, C.K. Godsay, and S. Fulton (USA)
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420-158 Multispanners for Robust Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
K.M. Alzoubi and M.S. Ayyash (USA)
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420-164 Video Enabled Interactive Multimedia Messaging Service
J. Shen, R. Yan, D. Xie, and S. Song (PRC)
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420-189 Impact of Self-Similar Input Processes in the Initial Transient Period in Communication Networks
J.-S.R. Lee, H.-W. Park (Korea), and H.-D.J. Jeong (New Zealand)
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420-206 License Administration Mechanism for Multiple Devices in a Domain
B.-R. Lee, K.-A. Chang, K.-I. Jung, and B.-H. Chun (Korea)
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420-239 Implementing a Secure Setuid Program
T. Shinagawa and K. Kono (Japan)
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420-249 A Block-free TGDH Key Agreement Protocol for Secure Group Communications
X. Zou and B. Ramamurthy (USA)
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420-800 Improved SSL Application using Session Key based Double Key Encryption/Decryption (SDKED)
G. Kbar (UAE)
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Track Distributed Algorithms and Systems FreeSubscription
420-037 xtreme Architectures' /> Long Term View on Consumer's Ambient Intelligence-Systems: Storage Trends and Extreme Architectures
F.H.U. Frank (The Netherlands)
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420-047 OntoEnvironment: An Integration Infrastructure for Distributed Heterogeneous Resources
O. Khriyenko, O. Kononenko, and V. Terziyan (Finland)
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420-084 Implementing Contract Net in Tuple Space Models
N.I. Udzir and A. Wood (UK)
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420-199 Component based QoS for Real-Time Group Communications
C.M.R. Almeida (Portugal)
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420-210 Self-Stabilizing Acyclic Colorings of Graphs
S.-T. Huang and Y.-H. Wang (Taiwan)
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420-236 System Level Synthesis on I/O Intensive Low Power Distributed Embedded System
M. Li, X. Wu, X. Zhu, and H. Wang (PRC)
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420-243 Unsupervised Distributed Clustering
D.K. Tasoulis and M.N. Vrahatis (Greece)
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Track Fault Tolerance FreeSubscription
420-094 A Checkpoints Mechanism for Mobile Java Applications
J. Pauty and G. Cabillic (France)
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420-095 Flexible Monitoring of Distributed Systems
T. Peschel-Findeisen and M. Uhl (Germany)
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420-109 An Efficient Merging Algorithm for Recovery and Garbage Collection in Incremental Checkpointing
J. Heo, S. Yi, J. Hong, Y. Cho, and J. Choi (Korea)
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420-126 An Efficient Failure Detector for Sparsely Connected Networks
M. Hutle (Austria)
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420-225 Task Allowance for Failure Prevention of Fixed Priority Scheduled Real-Time Java Systems
L. Bougueroua, L. George, and S. Midonnet (France)
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Track Parallel Computing FreeSubscription
420-043 The Parallel Algorithm for Judging M-matrix
X.J. Guo, L. Zhang, and Z.C. Wang (PRC)
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420-079 Simulating Realistic Force and Shape of Virtual Cloth with Adaptive Meshes and Its Parallel Implementation in OpenMP
A. Mujahid, K. Kakusho, M. Minoh, Y. Nakashima, S.-I. Mori, and S. Tomita (Japan)
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420-124 K-Means VQ Algorithm using a Low-Cost Parallel Cluster Computing
P.S.L. de Souza, A.S. Britto, Jr. (Brazil), R. Sabourin (Canada), S.R.S. de Souza, and D.L. Borges (
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420-238 System Family Engineering for Leader Election in Ring Topology
W. Shi and J.-P. Corriveau (Canada)
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420-806 Optimization Problems in the Implementation of Distributed MergeSort on Networked Computers
Z. Nedev, T. Gong, and B. Hill (Canada)
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Track Parallel Computing Systems FreeSubscription
420-034 A Scalable Semi-shared Memory Multiprocessor Architecture with Sliding Caches
C. Köse (Turkey)
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420-038 Network of Browsers -- A Multi-processor Computer
L. Fletcher and V. Malhotra (Australia)
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420-138 Loop Transformations in a Graphic Parallelizing Environment
M. Giordano and M. Mango Furnari (Italy)
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420-183 The Design and Implementation of Distributed Java Virtual Machine with an Improved Object Consistency Mechanism
W.C. Kang, D.T. Kim, and J.W. Lee (Korea)
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420-188 Distributed Genetic Programming by an Object Oriented System using Java and CORBA
J.R. Rabuñal, J. Dorado, M. Varela, D. Rivero, and M. Gestal (Spain)
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420-194 A Parallel Cell-based Filtering Scheme using Horizontally-Partitioned Technique
J.-W. Chang and H.-M. Kang (Korea)
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Track Parallel Processing and Programming FreeSubscription
420-023 A Parallel and Scalable Algorithm for Calculating Linear and Non-linear Recurrence Equations
A. Wakatani (Japan)
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420-031 Solving Biharmonic Equation in a Distributed Computing Environment using PVM
N.H.M. Ali, T.C. Shien, and C.C. Hau (Malaysia)
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420-093 CS_Lite: A Lightweight Computational Steering System
S.M. Figueira and S. Bui (USA)
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420-097 Parallel Surface Collision Detection Implementation with OpenMP
M. Figueiredo (UK, Portugal) and T. Fernando (UK)
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420-102 JAVAR-KAI: Automatic Parallelizing Compiler
K. Kambara, K. Iwai, and T. Kurokawa (Japan)
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420-128 Selective Inline Expansion for Improvement of Multi Grain Parallelism
J. Shirako, K. Nagasawa, K. Ishizaka, M. Obata, and H. Kasahara (Japan)
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420-135 Exploiting Parallelism in the Extended Andorra Model
R. Lopes (Portugal), V.S. Costa (Brazil), and F. Silva (Portugal)
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420-141 Loop-Synthesizing using a Unimodular Transformation
S. Lee and H. Aso (Japan)
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420-198 Using Checkpointing for Fault Tolerance and Parallel Program Debugging
N. Thoai (Vietnam), D. Kranzlmüller, and J. Volkert (Austria)
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420-205 Evaluation of Mechanisms Introduced to Improve Performance of TSVM Cache
A. Yamawaki and M. Iwane (Japan)
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420-228 Principle of Multifunctional Server based on Ticket Processing
I. Herman and M. Vítek (Czech Republic)
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Track Reliability, Performance Evaluation, and QoS FreeSubscription
420-042 A Bottom-Up Algorithm for Finding Minimal Cut-Sets of Fault Trees
B. Clark and G. Reza-Latif-Shabgahi (UK)
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420-092 A Performance Analysis Framework for Resource Scavenging Systems
D. Dewolfs, G. Stuer, F. Hancke, P. Hellinckx, J. Broeckhove, F. Arickx, and T. Dhaene (Belgium)
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420-106 Checkpointing and Recovery in a Transaction-based DSM Operating System
M. Schoettner, S. Frenz, R. Goeckelmann, and P. Schulthess (Germany)
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420-125 An Efficient Security Model of a Mobile Agent
E.-G. You and K.-S. Lee (Korea)
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420-134 Adaptive Service Subscription by Endpoint Applications
B. Su and H. Liu (USA)
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420-150 An Integrated Approach for QoS Provisioning and Monitoring
H.H. Elazhary and S.S. Gokhale (USA)
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420-170 Performance Evaluation of TCP/IP in 802.11 Wireless Networks
B.C. Dhinakaran, D. Nagamalai, and L.S. Gap (Korea)
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Track Routing and Interconnection Networks FreeSubscription
420-032 Broadcasting in the Generalized Butterfly Networks
A. Touzene and K. Day (Oman)
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420-070 Fault-tolerant Cycle Embedding in Hypercube with Mixed Link and Node Failures
Y. Li, S. Peng, and W. Chu (Japan)
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420-104 A Probe-based Deadlock Detection Mechanism in Wormhole Networks
S. Lee (Korea)
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420-178 An Effective Analytical Model for Deflection Routing in Hierarchical Ring Interconnection Networks
H. Jiang (USA), V.C. Hamacher (Canada), and J. Huang (USA)
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420-181 Implementation and Evaluation of Shufflenet, Gemnet and De Bruijn Graph Logical Network Topologies
F. Tekiner, Z. Ghassemlooy, S. Al-Khayatt, and M. Thompson (UK)
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420-190 Optimal Neighborhood Broadcast in Star Graphs
S. Fujita (Japan)
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420-191 Dynamic Maintenance of Candidate Routes in Localized QoS Routing Protocols
S. Fujita and S. Tagashira (Japan)
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420-223 An Analysis of Deadlock Risk During Centralized Network Mapping
P.J. Garcia, F.J. Quiles, F.J. Alfaro, J.L. Sanchez, and J. Duato (Spain)
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420-234 Consistency-based Routing in Overlay Networks
A.-M. Bosneag and M. Brockmeyer (USA)
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Track Web Technologies FreeSubscription
420-066 Performance Analysis of Mobile Agents in Wireless Internet Applications using Simulation
L. Osborne and K. Shah (USA)
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420-080 UPnP Connectivity for Home and Building Automation
W. Kastner and H. Scheichelbauer (Austria)
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420-130 cPEED: A Rapid Web Application Development Framework
B. Forstner and H. Charaf (Hungary)
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420-136 Improving HTTP-Server Performance by Adapted Multithreading
J. Keller and O. Monien (Germany)
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420-218 A Study on Layered Streaming Services based on TCP/UDP for Multimedia Data Transport
S.H. Kim, J.A. Sinn, S.I. Lee, W.K. Yoo, D.H. Kim, and K.J. Yoo (Korea)
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420-247 Caching Large Files by using P2P based Client-Cluster for Web Proxy Cache
K. Kim and D. Park (Korea)
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Track Papers from Other IASTED Conferences FreeSubscription
392-241 Scalable Parallel Algorithms for Difficult Combinatorial Problems: A Case Study in Optimization
F.N. Abu-Khzam, M.A. Langston, and P. Shanbhag (USA)
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440-063 The Implementation of an ID System using a Cell-Phone
J. Kim and T. Kobayashi (Japan)
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Track Additional Papers FreeSubscription
420-810 Imposing Virtual Topologies on Cluster Computers
D. Nussbaum (Canada)
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This publication includes the following topics: Cluster and Grid Computing; Scheduling and Resource Allocation; Mobile Computing and Wireless Networks; Computer Networks and Communications; Distributed Algorithms and Systems; Fault Tolerance; Parallel Computing; Parallel Computing Systems; Parallel Processing and Programming; Rebiability, Performance Evaluation, and QoS; Routing and Interconnection Networks; Web Technologies;

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