Table of contents for Managing Qos in multimedia networks and services : IEEE/IFIP TC6-WG6.4 & WG6.6 Third International Conference on Management of Multimedia Networks and Services (MMNS'2000), September 25-28, 2000, Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil / edited by Jose Neuman de Souza, Raouf Boutaba.


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Preface. Program Committee. List of Reviewers. Part One: Performance Management in Broadband Networks. 1. Performance Evaluation of the Hierarchical Handoff Scheme for Wireless ATM Networks; N. Kara, et al. 2. SD+: Improving TCP Performance over ATM-UBR Service Using Selective Drop Buffer Management Scheme; A.E. Elabd, M.A. Mostafa. 3. Performance Analysis of Access Points In Cellular Wirless ATM Networks; A. Marshall, et al. Part Two: Quality of Service in Internet Networks. 4. Automating Internet Routing Behavior Analysis Using Public WWW Traceroute Services; S. Gurun, B.K. Szymanski. 5. An Evaluation of Different Marking Algorithms in Assured Forwarding Service; T. Yang, et al. 6. A Traffic Differentiation Method for IPv6 over ATM Networks; J. Sá Silva, et al. Part Three: Multimedia Networks and Services. 7. Managing Distributed Conferences with ISABEL; T. Robles, et al. 8. Benchmarking Issues of a Distributed Multimedia Database Management Service; A.L. Vasconcelos Coelho, I.L. Marques Ricarte. 9. Fault Management in a Multicast Routing Environment: Kernal Based Tree Protocol, a Case Study; M. Dâfir Ech-Cherif El Kettani, Y. Souissi. 10. Traffic Management in Isochronets Networks; K. Lopes Dias, et al. Part Four: Network Programmability. 11. Inter-domain Integrity Management for Programmable Network Interfaces; O. Prnjat, L. Sacks. 12. A TINA-based Distributed Environment for Mobile Multimedia Applications; A.S. Pinto, et al. 13. Development of Parlay-based Services Using UML and SDL; M. Koltsidas, et al. Part Five &endash; Policies and Service Management. 14. Supporting Service Quality Assurance via Trouble Management; R. Sinnott, et al. 15. Policies for Feature Interaction Resolution; M. Amer, et al 16. A Piggybacking Policy for Reducing the Bandwidth Demand of Video Servers; R. de A. Façanha, N.L.S. da Fonseca. Part Six: Advanced techniques for Network Management. 17. Integrating IP Multicasting in Standard Network Management Protocols; E. Al-Shaer, Y. Tang. 18. Reducing the Response Time in Network Management by Using Multiple Mobile Agents; M.G. Rubinstein, et al. 19. Hierarchical Rerouting Model for Fault Tolerance in Multi-Network Environment; W.-K. Hong, et al. 20. NetDoM: An Information System for Network Documentation Management; A. Sellaro, et al.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Multimedia communications -- Congresses.
Integrated services digital networks -- Congresses.
Computer networks -- Management -- Congresses.
Quality control -- Congresses.