Broadband Communications: Convergence of Network Technologies

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Danny H.K. Tsang, Paul J. Kühn
Springer, 2013. gada 1. dec. - 684 lappuses
Broadband communications is widely recognized as one of the key technologies for building the next generation global network infrastructure to support ever-increasing multimedia applications. This book contains a collection of timely leading-edge research papers that address some of the important issues of providing such a broadband network infrastructure.
Broadband Communications represents the selected proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Broadband Communications, sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in Hong Kong in November 1999.
The book is organized according to the eighteen technical sessions of the conference. The topics covered include internet services, traffic modeling, internet traffic control, performance evaluation, billing, pricing, admission policy, mobile network protocols, TCP/IP performance, mobile network performance, bandwidth allocation, switching systems, traffic flow control, routing, congestion and admission control, multicast protocols, network management, and quality of service. It will serve as an essential reference for computer scientists and practitioners.

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Internet Services
15
On the Performance of Differentiated Services for IP
39
Sequentially Modulated Self
63
Integration of a Traffic Conditioner for Differentiated Ser
84
RSSP RSVP Session SetUp Protocol for RSVPIncapable
103
A New SelfSimilar Traffic Model and its Applications in 119
118
Performance Evaluation of Scheduling Algorithms for
139
The Economics and Competitive Pricing of Connectivity at
153
Interworking Support in a Multidiscipline Switch
395
An ATM Switch Control Interface for Quality of Service and
405
The Virtual Bandwidth Based ER Marking Algorithms for
421
Performance Analysis of RateBased Flow Control under a
445
Call Admission Control for Preemptive and Partially Block 495
494
Predictive Resource Allocation for Real Time Video Traffic
509
Adaptive Neural Congestion Controller for ATM
521
Performance Comparison of Branch Point Algorithms for 535
534

Teletraffic Issues in High Speed Circuit Switched Data Ser
175
Stochastic Features of VBR Video Traffic and Queueing 187
186
Performance Evaluation of the Conformance Definition for
209
Impacts of Power Control on Outage Probability in CDMA
225
Verification and Analysis of an Improved Authentication
245
IP over ATMPerformance Evaluation Experiments and 259
258
TCPIP Performance Analysis
273
On Bandwidth Reservation Policies in Broadband Wireless 295
294
An Emergency Token Based Multiple Access Control
315
Evaluation of Allocation Policies on Hybrid FiberCoax
329
Constrained MaxMin Bandwidth Allocation for the
353
Integration of IPPacketATMCircuitSwitching Traffic and 369
368
A QoSBased Resource Reservation Protocol for Priority
549
On the PCR Policing of an Arbitrary Stream Passing
573
Management and Control of Distributed Multimedia Devices 587
586
The Adaptable TMN Management Architecture with Other
609
Local Reconfiguration of ATM Virtual Path Connection 621
620
An Algorithm for Broadband Network Dimensioning
631
Towards Quality of Service QoS Guaran
645
The Effect of ARQ Block Size on the Efficiency of a Wireless
659
SuperFast Estimation of Cell Loss Rate and Cell Delay
667
Index of Contributors 677
676
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Danny H.K. Tsang is an associate professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong. Paul K. Kühn is a professor at the University of Stuttgart - IND, Germany.

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