Communications, Internet, and Information Technology    (CIIT 2004)

November 22 – 24, 2004
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
Editor(s): M.H. Hamza
651 pages
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Track Wireless Communication and Networks FreeSubscription
433-020 Channel Allocations with Preemption for Multimedia Traffic in Mobile Wireless Networks
T.-L. Sheu and Y.-J. Wu (Taiwan)
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433-024 Strategies for Creating a Service Distribution Backbone in Ad Hoc Networks
J. Costa-Requena (Finland), J. Nuevo (Canada), R. Kantola (Finland), and J.-C. Grégoire (Canada)
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433-033 Accurate Closed-Form Approximations to the Distributions and Densities of Ricean Sum Random Variables
J. Hu and N.C. Beaulieu (Canada)
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433-076 Conversion of Correlated and Unbalanced Antenna Diversity for Wireless Communication
S. Vasana (USA)
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433-081 Modeling and Simulation of IEEE 802.11 Wireless-LAN and Bluetooth Piconet Range Interference
P.O. Bobbie and A.-L. Yussiff (USA)
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433-133 Dynamic TDD Boundary Decision Algorithms for Wireless Communications Systems using TDD
S. Konishi, M. Ishizaki, S. Nanba, and S. Nomoto (Japan)
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433-168 Scalable ANT-based Routing Algorithm for Ad-Hoc Networks
Y. Ohtaki, N. Wakamiya, M. Murata, and M. Imase (Japan)
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433-203 Tracing and Debugging for Wireless Communication Devices
J. Langer, C. Kantner, and L. Naber (Austria)
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433-228 A Power-Aware Sensor Network Architecture
J. Langer and W. Kubinger (Austria)
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433-231 Dilemma of using High Datarate in IEEE 802.11b based Multihop Ad Hoc Networks
F.Y. Li, A. Hafslund, M. Hauge, P. Engelstad, Ø. Kure, and P. Spilling (Norway)
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Track Network Management FreeSubscription
433-047 An Adaptive Bandwidth Allocation Algorithm for QoS Guaranteed Multimedia Networks
S. Kim and P.K. Varshney (USA)
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433-059 SSM-Ping: A Ping Utility for Source Specific Multicast
P. Namburi, K. Sarac, and K.C. Almeroth (USA)
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433-065 Bottleneck Links Detection Method based on Passive Monitoring
I. Moldován, T.D. Dang, J. Bíró (Hungary), D. Satoh, and K. Ishibashi (Japan)
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433-085 Role-based Policy Distribution Techniques in Policy-based Networks
G. Kim, J. Kim, J. Na, and J. Jang (Korea)
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433-106 Optimization of Active Queue Management based on Proportional Control System
A. Lie, O.M. Aamo, and L.A. Rønningen (Norway)
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433-121 Load Balancing for Reliable Multicast
C. Gong, O. Daescu, R. Jothi, B. Raghavachari, and K. Sarac (USA)
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433-212 Improving IP Accounting for Secure Border Routers
K. Simon, T. Schwenkler, and S. Groß (Germany)
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433-214 An Introduction to the Network Services Management Framework
B. Dias, A. Santos, and F. Boavida (Portugal)
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433-217 A Number Portability Method of a Softswitch in the IP-based Converged Network
E.J. Kim, Y.B. Kim, and K.H. Lee (Korea)
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433-221 A Hybrid Distributed Congestion Control based Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
H.M.P. Shekhar, A. Desaraju, A.D. Mandhar, and K.S. Ramanatha (India)
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433-250 A New Enhanced Management Approach for Heterogeneous Service Gateways
J.-H. Lee and H.J. Park (Korea)
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Track Security FreeSubscription
433-030 Privilege Algebra for Access Control in Digital Libraries
R.G. McFadyen, Y. Chen, and F.-Y. Chan (Canada)
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433-031 A Real-Time Intrusion Prevention System for Commercial Enterprise Databases and File Systems
U.T. Mattsson (USA)
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433-064 SMS-based Authentication System in WLAN and VPN Networks
M. Väisänen, J. Ylinen, and P. Loula (Finland)
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433-130 Enhancing Intrusion Detection in Wireless Networks using Radio Frequency Fingerprinting
J. Hall, M. Barbeau, and E. Kranakis (Canada)
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433-138 An Improved Failure Detector based on PULL and PUSH Approach
S. Wang and X. Yun (PRC)
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433-142 A Vulnerability Taxonomy for Network Protocols: Corresponding Engineering Best Practice Countermeasures
V. Pothamsetty and B. Akyol (USA)
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433-153 Security Problems in 802.11 based Wireless Networks
S.P. Ahuja and K. Dendukuri (USA)
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433-164 Effectiveness of Rate-Limiting in Mitigating Flooding DoS Attacks
J.V.E. Mölsä (Finland)
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433-205 On Usability Issues of PKI-enabled Applications
T. Straub (Germany)
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433-220 Efficient Multicast Stream Authentication Scheme using Signature Amortization
Q. Abuein and S. Shibusawa (Japan)
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433-239 Efficient Authentication and Verification of Certificate Status within Public-Key Infrastructures
E. Faldella and M. Prandini (Italy)
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433-240 A Flexible Approach to Configuration of Linux-based Firewalls
M. Prandini (Italy)
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Track Education and E-Learning FreeSubscription
433-014 Innovative Teaching and Learning Technologies for Online Education: The Results of a 4-Year National Science Foundation Project
V. Uskov (USA)
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433-028 Student Support: Internet Training from the Perspective of the E-Learning Professional
L.A. Frumkin, M. Mimirinis, and A. Murphy (UK)
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433-108 DeCAF: A Digital Classroom Application Framework
A. Knight and K. Almeroth (USA)
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433-112 Automating JavaScript-based Test Creation for Client-side Online Testing
K.L. Nance and B. Hay (USA)
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433-163 Comparing Dropouts and Persistence in E-Learning Courses
Y. Levy (USA)
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433-207 Extraction of Students’ Events for a Distant Lecture using a Computer Room
A. Suganuma and H. Inaki (Japan)
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433-219 Techno-Pedagogical Design for Work-Integrated E-Learning: Challenges for Large-Scale Projects
L. Svensson and U.L. Snis (Sweden)
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433-247 3D Video Conference Toolkit Adaptable to Various Presentation Environments
N. Osawa, T. Yamagishi, K. Asai, and Y. Miida (Japan)
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Track Information Storage and Retrieval FreeSubscription
433-054 Implementing Trustworthy Internet based Long Term Electronic Preservation Service – The eKeeper Project
A. Jerman Blažič and B. Džonova Jerman (Slovenia)
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433-091 A P2P-based Distributed Cooperative Fault-Tolerance Storage Mechanism
Q. Wei and Q. Du (PRC)
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433-111 Terrascope Image Clustering: Applying Clustering Techniques to Image Agglomeration in Image Retrieval Systems
L. Malavé and B. Vélez (Puerto Rico)
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433-175 Transliterated Arabic Name Search
D. Holmes, S. Kashfi, and S.U. Aqeel (USA)
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433-182 Information Retrieval Emerging from Semantic Web Services
K. Englmeier (Germany), J. Mothe (France), and F. Murtagh (UK)
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433-186 An Information Filtering System that Optimizes the Processing Method based on Mathematical Properties
T. Kodera, R. Sawai, T. Terada, M. Tsukamoto, and S. Nishio (Japan)
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433-208 Speeding Up Keyword Search for Search Engines
S. Baberwal and B. Choi (USA)
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433-225 Xplorer: A Generic Search and Navigation Application for Semi-structured Data Repositories
R. Steele, W. Gardner, and T.S. Dillon (Australia)
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Track Communication Protocols FreeSubscription
433-077 Enhancing TCP Throughput in Asymmetric Networks through Priority Queuing and the Rate-Limiting of Acknowledgements
T. Koziniec (Australia)
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433-079 W2LAN: Protocol that Transforms a 802.11 Mobile Ad-Hoc Network (MANET) into an Ethernet LAN
F. Burrull, F.M. Monzo-Sanchez, J. Garcia-Haro, and J. Malgosa-Sanahuja (Spain)
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433-097 Peer-to-Peer Flow Analysis in an Institutional Regional Network
A.M. Guirado-Puerta, F. Burrull, M. Escudero, P. Manzanares, J.C. Sánchez, and F.M. Monzo-
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433-114 Algorithm Partitioning and Optimization for Network Processors
R. Lehmann and A. Schill (Germany)
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433-170 Simulation Study of SIP Signaling in an Overload Condition
M. Ohta (Japan)
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433-199 A High-Performance Local Area Network for Cars
H. Richter and M. Wille (Germany)
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Track Mobile and Wireless Communication FreeSubscription
433-023 RL-RED: A Flow Control Mechanism for 802.11-based Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
X. Deng, S. Yi, G. Kesidis, and C.R. Das (USA)
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433-056 An Improved Channel Model for Mobile and Ad-Hoc Network Simulations
J.M. McDougall, J.J. Joseph, Y. Yu, and S.L. Miller (USA)
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433-104 Cochannel Interference Considerations in CDMA Wireless Communication Systems with Directional Antennas
M.A. Salam, M.M. Al-Khatib, and M.S. Alam (USA)
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433-107 A Bayesian Method for Mobile Positioning in Urban Areas
H. Kunczier, A. Friedreich, and R. Zelenka (Austria)
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433-113 Routing in a Wireless Sensor Network
N.F. Mir (USA)
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433-150 A New Channel Assignment Technique for Satellite-Aided Cellular Networks
E. Dimitriadou, K. Ioannou, A. Ioannou, I. Panoutsopoulos, L. Drossos, and S. Kotsopoulos
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433-223 Digital Terrestrial Television Transmission over OFDM/FM using Satellite Communications System
K. Anwar, A.U. Priantoro, T. Hara, M. Okada, H. Yamamoto, and K. Ando (Japan)
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433-233 Real-Time Vehicle Performance Monitoring using Wireless Networking
W. Jenkins, R. Lewis, G. Lazarou, J. Picone, and Z. Rowland (USA)
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Track Architecture FreeSubscription
433-025 Context-Aware Service System Architectures and Their Performance Evaluations in Terms of Response Time
E. Kamioka and S. Yamada (Japan)
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433-036 Scalable Architecture for Providing Per-Flow Bandwidth Guarantees
V. Hnatyshin and A.S. Sethi (USA)
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433-078 Analysis and Improvements of the Eventing Protocol for Universal Plug and Play
Y. Mazuryk and J.J. Lukkien (The Netherlands)
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433-158 A Survey of the State of the Art in Peer-to-Peer Computing
J. Mishra and S. Ahuja (USA)
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433-171 Next Generation ASP Platform: Business Processes, Requirements and System Architecture
T. Specht and T. Klostermann (Germany)
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433-213 A Profile-based Middleware Architecture for Ubiquitous Computing Environments
C.-I. Choi, K.-L. Park, K.-W. Koh, S.-D. Kim, and S.-H. Baik (Korea)
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Track Communication Systems FreeSubscription
433-026 Improvement of Huffman Coding Algorithm using Interpolation Polynomials
V. Pougatchev (Jamaica)
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433-048 Modelling and Simulation of Signals Communications in Computer Interconnects
S. Barmada and M. Raugi (Italy)
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433-060 Practical, Effective, Low-Complexity Handling of Delay Jitter for VoIP
T.-K. Chua and D.C. Pheanis (USA)
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433-094 Optimisation of BFWA Networks using Emergent Intelligence
A.A. Wade, S. Hurley, S.M. Allen, R.K. Taplin, and K.H. Craig (UK)
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433-100 Regular Spatial Sampling (RSS) Beamforming for the Low-Cost Exploitation of Spatial Diversity
T. Scholand (Germany), S.H. Kim (Korea), A. Hessamian-Alinejad, A. Seebens, and P. Jung
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433-117 Performance Analysis of Video Services in the Uplink of a Dynamic Complete Partitioning Round-Robin Carrier-Hopping Multirate Multi-Carrier DS-CDMA System
T.C. Wong (Singapore), J.W. Mark (Canada), and K.C. Chua (Singapore)
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433-120 A Scheme to Measure Error Rates in the Presence of Adjacent Channel Interference using Frequency Domain Analysis
B. Vaghani and C. Beard (USA)
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433-122 Broadband Access Evolution Network Technology Test for the Efficiency of Listening Quality using VoDSL
S.M. Musa (USA)
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433-137 Efficiency Considerations between Common Web Applications using the SOAP Protocol
R. Eggen, S. Ahuja, P. Elliott, and M. Eggen (USA)
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433-177 A Swarm Intelligence Routing Algorithm for MANETs
Z. Liu, M.Z. Kwiatkowska, and C. Constantinou (UK)
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433-234 Semi-Automatic Compensation of the Propagation Delay in Fault-Tolerant Systems
T. Losert, W. Elmenreich, and M. Schlager (Austria)
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Track Communication and Multimedia Systems FreeSubscription
433-035 Performance of Edge-based Multicast Overlay Trees for Real Time MPEG Video Distribution
J. Brooks and M. Jurczyk (USA)
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433-080 Considerations on the Bit Error Probability of Optical CDMA Systems
S. Galli, R. Menendez, R. Fischer, R.J. Runser, V. Baby, C. Bres, I. Glesk, and P.R. Prucnal (USA)
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433-087 A Quantitative Evaluation of a Hybrid Electro-Optical Packet Switch Architecture
B.B. Mortensen (Denmark)
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433-090 A Stochastic-based Fair Allocation Scheme for Adaptive OVPN Service
T. Miyamura and A. Misawa (Japan)
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433-092 Facial Animation during Speech Performance
M. Vajaš and G. Rozinaj (Slovakia)
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433-093 Protocols and Technologies for Extending Ethernet Services to the Metropolitan Area Network
M.S. Berger (Denmark)
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433-096 Quality Assessment for H.264 Coded Low-Rate and Low-Resolution Video Sequences
O. Nemethova, M. Ries, M. Rupp (Austria), and E. Siffel (Slovakia)
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433-103 Low Complexity DS-CDMA Intercell Interference Suppression
R. Singh (USA)
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433-180 Carrier Super-Positioning Frequency Re-use for VSAT Satellite Communications
T. Hara, M. Ichikawa, M. Okada, H. Yamamoto, and K. Ando (Japan)
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433-229 Signal Processing Tools for Speech Recognition
H. Gao, R. Duncan, J.A. Baca, and J. Picone (USA)
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433-801 QoS-based Scheduling Scheme in Overload Conditions for Weakly Hard Real-Time Systems
J. Martyna (Poland)
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Track Information Systems and the Internet FreeSubscription
433-041 TCP Window Control in a Priced Network
Y. Jin and G. Kesidis (USA)
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433-049 The COPAR Service: Combining Optimism and Pessimism in Accessing Replicas
J.M. Crichlow, S. Hartley (USA), M. Hosein (Trinidad), and C. Innis (Jamaica)
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433-072 Efficient Vector Quantization of LSF Parameters
E.V. Krishna Rao, P.G. Krishna Mohan, P.V. Subbaiah, and N.V.N. Prathyusha (India)
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433-083 Smoothing Technique using Time Adjustment Mechanism for Linear Haptic Media Synchronization in Teleoperation
O. Wongwirat and S. Ohara (Japan)
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433-086 OLSIM: Up-To-Date Traffic Information on the Web
A. Pottmeier, R. Chrobok, S. Hafstein, F. Mazur, and M. Schreckenberg (Germany)
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433-126 Enhancing Throughput of Threaded Servers on Off-the-Shelf Linux Platforms
T. Kondoh and S. Kusakabe (Japan)
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433-157 Estimating the Size and Content of the World Wide Web
D. Rhodenizer and A. Trudel (Canada)
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433-230 Grid-HSI: Using Grid Computing to Enable Hyperspectral Imaging Analysis
C.L. Carvajal-Jiménez, W. Lugo-Beauchamp, and W. Rivera (USA)
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Track Information Systems, the Internet, and Applications FreeSubscription
433-046 Adaptive Online Power Management Algorithms
S. Kim (USA)
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433-058 Development of Regional Centre for Medical Multimedia Data Processing
O. Dostal, M. Javornik, K. Slavicek, M. Petrenko, and P. Andres (Czech Republic)
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433-125 Using PINT/SPIRITS Architecture to Enhance Intelligent Networks Service Solutions
A. Mustonen, D. Draus, O. Saarinen, J.-M. Manninen (Finland), J. O'Connell, O. Audo, A. Guigui, and
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433-134 Emerging E-Commerce Model based on 4Ps Principle for the Highly Valuable Traditional Products in Thailand: A Conceptual Framework
S. Vanichvisuttikul and C. Jungthirapanich (Thailand)
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433-174 A Survey of Application Service Providing in the European Market
T. Klostermann and T. Specht (Germany)
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433-227 The Proposal of the Home Device Management Mechanism on the Heterogeneous Residential Gateway Platform
H.-S. Hong and H.-J. Park (Korea)
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433-238 A Peer-to-Peer Paradigm of Web-Browsing by using a DHT
C.-J. Lai and R.R. Muntz (USA)
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433-245 A Web-based Database Management System
T. Ruan, R. Balch, and S. Schrader (USA)
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This publication covers the following topics: Wireless Communication and Networks, Network Management, Security, Education and E-Learning, Information Storage and Retrieval, Communication Protocols, Mobile and Wireless Communication, Architecture, Communication and Multimedia Systems, Information Systems and the Internet, Internet Applications.

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