Distributed Computing – IWDC 2005: 7th International Workshop, Kharagpur, India, December 27-30, 2005, Proceedings

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Ajit Pal, Ajay D. Kshemkalyani, Rajeev Kumar, Arobinda Gupta
Springer Science & Business Media, 2005. gada 13. dec. - 587 lappuses
We also thank all the members of the Organizing Committee, Arobinda Gupta, AjitPal, ShamikSural, IndranilSengupta, AbhijitDas, DipankarSarkar, Jayanta Mukhopadhyay, Pallab Dasgupta, Debasish Samanta, Soumya Ghosh, Arijit Bishnu, Pabitra Mitra, and Sudeshna Sarkar, for their e?orts. We are grateful to the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, and in particular to Prof. S.C. De Sarkar, Head, School of Information Technology and Deputy - rector, IITKharagpur, forextendingthelogisticsupporttotheconference.Prof. DeSarkarisalsoamemberoftheSteeringCommitteeofIWDC.Lastbutnotthe least, we also thank Prof. Sukumar Ghosh, who is heading the IWDC Steering Committee, for his guidance and his continuous support and advice. No academic meeting can achieve its desired end without the contributions of the authors, reviewers, and the participants. We extend our heartfelt thanks to all of them for making the event a success. We sincerely hope that this event will be a valuable addition to the Distributed Computing research endeavor. December 2005 Anupam Basu Michel Raynal Program Chairs' Message On behalf of the Program Committee of the 7th International Workshop on Distributed Computing (IWDC) 2005, it is our great pleasure to welcome all of you to Kharagpur, India. Our goal has been to put together a rich technical program, including high-quality technical papers and state-of-the-art tutorials and invited talks. The conference received 253 submissions in response to the call for papers.

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Keynote Talk I
1
SingleBit Messages are Insufficient in the Presence of Duplication
25
Efficiently Implementing LLSC Objects Shared by an Unknown
45
Sensor Networks I
63
CLURTree for Supporting Frequent Updates of Data Stream over
87
Optimizing Lifetime and Routing Cost in Wireless Networks
93
A K Choudhury Memorial Lecture
111
Selfstabilizing PublishSubscribe Protocol for P2P Networks
129
Cryptanalysis and Improvement of a Multisignature Scheme
398
A LocationAdaptive KeyEstablishment Scheme
404
New Anonymous User Identification and Key Establishment Protocol
410
Grid and Networks
416
Effective Static Task Scheduling for Realistic Heterogeneous
428
Enhanced Congestion Control Algorithm of TCP over
439
Keynote Talk IV
451
Middleware and Data Management
463

Performance Comparison of Majority Voting with ROWA Replication
147
On the Implementation of Links in Multimesh Networks Using
183
PeertoPeer Networks
201
A Performance
226
Wireless Networks I
250
A Power Aware Routing Strategy for Ad Hoc Networks with Direc
275
Power Aware Cluster Efficient Routing in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
281
Sensor Networks II
306
Clique Size in Sensor Networks with Key Predistribution Based
329
An Efficient Social NetworkMobility Model for MANETs
349
Agglomerative Hierarchical Approach for Location Area Planning in
362
Keynote Talk III
368
Network Security
380
Fault Tolerant Routing in Star Graphs Using Fault Vector
475
Optimistic Concurrency Control in Firm RealTime Databases
487
Stochastic Modeling and Performance Analysis for VideoOnDemand
493
A Memory Efficient Fast Distributed Real Time Commit Protocol
500
A Model for the Distribution Design of Distributed Databases and
506
Mobility Management
512
A New Dynamic EndtoEnd Connection Management Scheme
524
Efficient Mobility Management for Cache Invalidation in Wireless
536
Efficient Passive Clustering and Gateway Selection in MANETs
548
Distributed Articial Intelligence
566
Author Index
584
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