Management of Multimedia on the Internet [electronic resource] : 5th IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Management of Multimedia Networks and Services, MMNS 2002 Santa Barbara, CA, USA, October 6–9, 2002 Proceedings / edited by Kevin C. Almeroth, Masum Hasan.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2496Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2002Description: XI, 356 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540458128Subject(s): Computer science | Computer Communication Networks | Information storage and retrieval systems | Multimedia systems | Education | Telecommunication | Computer Science | Computer Communication Networks | Multimedia Information Systems | Information Storage and Retrieval | Computers and Education | Communications Engineering, NetworksAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 004.6 LOC classification: TK5105.5-5105.9Online resources: Click here to access online
Service Management -- A QoS Network Management System for Robust and Reliable Multimedia Services -- Federated Accounting Management System Architecture for Multimedia Service Usage Management -- Policy-Based Quality of Service and Security Management for Multimedia Services on IP Networks in the RTIPA Project -- Formal Modeling of Service Session Management -- Management of Wireless Multimedia -- Network Requirement for Management of Multimedia over Wireless Channel -- Agile Systems Manager for Enterprise Wireless Networks -- System Performance of HiperLAN/2 -- Bandwidth Sharing Protocols -- Streaming Media Congestion Control Using Bandwidth Estimation -- Signaling Protocol for Session-Aware Popularity-Based Resource Allocation -- Distributed Video Architectures -- A Scalable Video Server Using Intelligent Network Attached Storage -- On Proxy-Caching Mechanisms for Cooperative Video Streaming in Heterogeneous Environments -- Management Systems -- Using CORBA’s Advanced Services to Enhance the Integrity of QoS Management Programmable Networks -- Remote Multicast Monitoring Using the RTP MIB -- Active Technology as an Efficient Approach to Control DiffServ Networks: The DACA Architecture -- Efficient Implementation of Packet Scheduling Algorithm on High-Speed Programmable Network Processors -- Differentiated Network Services -- Distributed Dynamic Capacity Contracting: A Congestion Pricing Framework for Diff-Serv -- Fair Stateless Aggregate Traffic Marking Using Active Queue Management Techniques -- A Dynamic Marking Scheme of Assured Service for Alleviating Unfairness among Service Level Agreements -- Minimizing Transmission Costs through Adaptive Marking in Differentiated Services Networks -- Dynamic QoS Adaptation Using COPS and Network Monitoring Feedback -- User Level Traffic Adaptation -- Design and Implementation of an Application Layer Protocol for Reducing UDP Traffic Based on User Hints and Policies -- A Management Framework for Service Personalization -- Efficient Access Using Hierarchical WML Decks for Multimedia Services under Wireless and Mobile Networks -- Roaming Scenarios Based on SIP -- Multicast Congestion Control -- Low-Weight Congestion Control for Multi-sender Applications -- Routing-Based Video Multicast Congestion Control -- Random Early Detection Assisted Layered Multicast.
The 5th IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Management of Multimedia NetworksandServices(MMNS) washeld inSanta Barbara,California. Thiswas the ?fthyearthatMMNSbroughttogetherresearchersanddeveloperstodiscuss the latestadvancesandexplorefuture directionsfor managingmultimedia inthe Internet. As in pastyears,MMNS continues to be a competitive conference,attracting excellentpaperswithsomeofthetopnewideas. Thisyearwereceived76papers, of which 27 were accepted for inclusion in the program. What was particularly impressive this year was the large percentage of very high quality papers. The submissions made the job of the program committee extremely di?cult. The span of topics this year ranged from network-layer tra?c di?erentiation to application-layer consideration for multimedia tra?c. At the network layer, a number of papers attempt to develop better solutions for di?erentiated s- vices in the Internet. The issue of bandwidth sharing, particularly in wireless networks, is the focus of another set of papers. Next, by increasing the level of abstraction slightly, researchers are focusing on managing “services”. In part- ular, these services include one-to-many communication and video distribution architectures. Finally, from the user perspective there are two problems. What can applications do to help achieve better quality from the Internet? And, how cantechnologybeappliedto enterprisemanagementsystems?Takingthepapers in the MMNS program together, they o?er a range of solutions to key problems in managing multimedia tra?c in the Internet. The success of MMNS can largely be attributed to high caliber committee members who worked hard to make the conference the best it could be. Each paper submitted was typically sent to four reviewers.