Active Networks

IFIP-TC6 5th InternationalWorking Conference, IWAN 2003, Kyoto, Japan, December 10-12, 2003. Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-21250-8 (Print) 978-3-540-24715-9 (Online)

Table of contents (25 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Introduction

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      Introduction

  3. High Performance and Network Processors

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      Challenges in Implementing an ESP Service

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      Pages 20-31

      The Role of Network Processors in Active Networks

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      Pages 32-43

      Towards High-Performance Active Networking

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      Pages 44-57

      Application of Hardware Accelerated Extensible Network Nodes for Internet Worm and Virus Protection

  4. High-Level Active Network Applications

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      Pages 58-67

      Active Routing and Forwarding in Active IP Networks

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      Pages 68-79

      A Sustainable Framework for Multimedia Data Streaming

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      Pages 80-91

      Deployment of Collaborative Web Caching with Active Networks

  5. Low-Level Active Network Applications

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      Pages 92-102

      A Retransmission Control Algorithm for Low-Latency UDP Stream on StreamCode-Base Active Networks

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      Pages 103-114

      TCP Enhancement Using Active Network Based Proxy Transport Service

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      Pages 115-126

      DataRouter: A Network-Layer Service for Application-Layer Forwarding

  6. Self-Organization of Active Services

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      Pages 127-136

      SORD: Self-Organizing Resource Discovery Protocol for ALAN

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      Pages 137-150

      Self-Configuring Active Services for Programmable Networks

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      Pages 151-162

      A Dynamic Neighbourhood Discovery Protocol for Active Overlay Networks

  7. Experiences with Service Engineering for Active Networks

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      Pages 163-177

      Chameleon: Realizing Automatic Service Composition for Extensible Active Routers

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      Pages 178-189

      Multiple Language Family Support for Programmable Network Systems

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      Pages 190-201

      Dynamic Deployment and Configuration of Differentiated Services Using Active Networks

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      Pages 202-214

      A Globally-Applied Component Model for Programmable Networking

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      Pages 215-227

      Active Routers in Action: Evaluation of the LARA++ Active Router Architecture in a Real-Life Network

  8. Management in Active Networks

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      Pages 228-239

      A Proactive Management Framework in Active Clusters

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