Active Networks

First International Working Conference, IWAN’99, Berlin, Germany, June 30 - July 2, 1999. Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-66238-9 (Print) 978-3-540-48507-0 (Online)

Table of contents (30 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Architectures

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      The Architecture of ALIEN

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      Designing Interfaces for Open Programmable Routers

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      RCANE: A Resource Controlled Framework for Active Network Services

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      The Protean Programmable Network Architecture: Design and Initial Experience

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      A Dynamic Pricing Framework to Support a Scalable, Usage-Based Charging Model for Packet-Switched Networks

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      Active Information Networks and XML

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      Policy Specification for Programmable Networks

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      A Self-Configuring Data Caching Architecture Based on Active Networking Techniques

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      Interference and Communications among Active Network Applications

  3. Platforms

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      The Grasshopper Mobile Agent Platform Enabling Shortterm Active Broadband Intelligent Network Implementation

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      LARA: A Prototype System for Supporting High Performance Active Networking

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      A Programming Interface for Supporting IP Traffic Processing

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      New Generation of Control Planes in Emerging Data Networks

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      An Active Networks Overlay Network (ANON)

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      Autonomy and Decentralization in Active Networks: A Case Study for Mobile Agents

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      Pages 180-187

      Towards Active Hardware

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      The Impact of Active Networks on Established Network Operators

  4. Active Management and Control

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      Using Active Processes as the Basis for an Integrated Distributed Network Management Architecture

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      ANMAC: An Architectural Framework for Network Management and Control Using Active Networks

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      An Active Network Approach to Efficient Network Management

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