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Building Qos Into Distributed Systems : Ifip Tc6 Wg6.1 Fifth International Workshop on Quality of Service (Iwqos '97), 21-23 May 1997, New York, USA - Andrew T. Campbell

Building Qos Into Distributed Systems

Ifip Tc6 Wg6.1 Fifth International Workshop on Quality of Service (Iwqos '97), 21-23 May 1997, New York, USA

By: Andrew T. Campbell (Editor), Klara Nahrstedt (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 30th November 1997
ISBN: 9780412809408
Number Of Pages: 406

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This volume contains the Fifth International Workshop, Quality of Service, sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), and held in May 1997, Columbia University New York USA. This book is essential reading for engineers and R&D students, and for researchers in multimedia networking areas.

Preface
Workshop Committee
Workshop Summary
Programming telecommunication networksp. 3
Adaptive service in mobile computing environmentsp. 25
Quality of service support in a mobile environment: an approach based on tuple spacesp. 37
IPv6 + MOBILE-IP = MRSVP = Internet Cellular Phone?p. 49
QoS challenges for next generation mobile middlewarep. 53
Link error impact on MPEG video over wireless broadband networksp. 57
QoS support for mobile computingp. 61
Worst case arrivals of leaky bucket constrained sources: the myth of the on-off sourcep. 67
Guaranteeing multiple cell loss classes in shared ATM output bufferp. 77
Comprehensive queueing analysis for partial buffer system with Discrete Markovian Arrival Processesp. 89
Real-time estimation of link capacity in multimedia networksp. 101
Quality-of-service routing for traffic with performance guaranteesp. 115
QoS based multicast routing for multimedia communicationsp. 127
Issues in supporting quality of service in mobile ad hoc networksp. 131
Supporting multiple-tier QoS in a video bridging applicationp. 137
Playout management of interactive video - an adaptive approachp. 149
A temporal QoS based CPU scheduling model for multimedia applications in general purpose operating systemsp. 161
Adaptive video applications for non-QoS networksp. 165
Integrated CPU and network-1/O QoS management in an endsystemp. 171
Service-tailored QoS management in high performance networksp. 183
Application design for cooperative QoS managementp. 195
On the specification of EtE QoS controlp. 199
Using attribute-managed storage to achieve QoSp. 203
QoS for Distributed Object Computing Middleware - Fact or Fiction?p. 207
Quality of Service: Where are we?p. 210
Integrating QoS restrictions into the process of service selectionp. 225
Quality of service (QoS) in communication APIsp. 237
Managing systemic meta-data for creating QoS-adaptive CORBA applicationsp. 250
Support components for quality of service in distributed environments: monitoring servicep. 254
A QoS configuration systems for distributed applicationsp. 258
Sharing resources through advance reservation agentsp. 265
Providing a scalable video-on-demand system using future reservation of resources and multicast communicationsp. 277
QoS mapping between user's preference and bandwidth control for video transportp. 291
On end-to-end QoS mappingp. 303
Transport QoS over unreliable networks: no guarantees, no free lunch!p. 315
QoS-based transportp. 319
Reservations about reservationsp. 323
Simplified method for session coordination using multi-level QoS specification and translationp. 333
Quantitative QoS-mapping: a unifying approachp. 345
QoS translation and admission control for MPEG videop. 357
Towards specifying QoS-enabling software architecturesp. 361
Terminal QoS of adaptive applications and its analytical computationp. 367
End-to-end quality of service control adaptive applicationsp. 379
Adaptive QoS in multimedia systemsp. 391
A dynamic QoS adaptation mechanism for networked virtual realityp. 395
Predictable file access latency for multimediap. 399
Index of contributorsp. 403
Keyword indexp. 405
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780412809408
ISBN-10: 0412809400
Series: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 406
Published: 30th November 1997
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.81

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