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Future Internet Assembly 2011: Achievements and Technological Promises

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Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 6656)

Part of the book sub series: Computer Communication Networks and Telecommunications (LNCCN)

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 Irrespective of whether we use economic or societal metrics, the Internet is one of the most important technical infrastructures in existence today. It will be a catalyst for much of our innovation and prosperity in the future. A competitive Europe will require Internet connectivity and services beyond the capabilities offered by current technologies. Future Internet research is therefore a must. 

This book is published in full compliance with the Open Access publishing initiative; it is based on the research carried out within the Future Internet Assembly (FIA). It contains a sample of representative results from the recent FIA meetings spanning a broad range of topics, all being of crucial importance for the future Internet. 

The book includes 32 contributions and has been structured into the following sections, each of which is preceded by a short introduction:

Foundations: architectural issues; socio-economic issues; security and trust; and experiments and experimental design. Future Internet Areas: networks, services, and content; and applications.

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Table of contents (32 papers)

  1. Future Internet Foundations: Architectural Issues

  2. Future Internet Foundations: Socio-economic Issues

  3. Future Internet Foundations: Security and Trust

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Editors and Affiliations

  • Knowledge Media Institute (KMi), The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

    John Domingue

  • Dept. of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University College London, London, UK

    Alex Galis

  • Eurescom GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany

    Anastasius Gavras

  • Synelixis/TEI of Chalkida, Greece

    Theodore Zahariadis

  • Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

    Dave Lambert

  • Waterford Institute of Technology –TSSG, Waterford, Ireland

    Frances Cleary

  • CERTH-ITI, Thessaloniki, Greece

    Petros Daras

  • Ericsson Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia

    Srdjan Krco

  • Business Information Systems, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Sierre, Switzerland

    Henning Müller

  • IC Focus, London, UK

    Man-Sze Li

  • ESoCE Net, Dialogic, Aalto University School of Economics (CKIR), Aalto, Finland

    Hans Schaffers

  • SAP Research, Sophia Antipolis, France

    Volkmar Lotz

  • Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

    Federico Alvarez

  • University of Zurich, Switzerland

    Burkhard Stiller

  • SAP Research, Karlsruhe, Germany

    Stamatis Karnouskos

  • Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Paris, France

    Susanna Avessta

  • Lulea University of Technology, Lulea, Sweden

    Michael Nilsson

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