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2004
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Component coordination: a telecommunication case study
Pamela Zave, Healfdene Goguen, Thomas M. Smith
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2004
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The multicast address allocation problem: theory and practice
Abstract-- In this paper, we perform the first comprehensive study of the multicast address allocation problem. We analyze this problem both within its context as a classic resourc...
Daniel Zappala, Virginia Mary Lo, Chris GauthierDi...
CN
2004
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Group rekeying with limited unicast recovery
In secure group communications, a key server can deliver a "grouporiented" rekey message [22] to a large number of users efficiently using multicast. For reliable delive...
X. Brian Zhang, Simon S. Lam, Dong-Young Lee
CN
2004
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Call blocking probabilities in a traffic-groomed tandem optical network
Alicia Nicki Washington, Harry G. Perros
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2004
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Multiway range trees: scalable IP lookup with fast updates
In this paper, we introduce a new IP lookup scheme with worst-case search and update time of O(log n), where n is the number of prefixes in the forwarding table. Our scheme is base...
Priyank Ramesh Warkhede, Subhash Suri, George Varg...
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2004
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An overlay framework for provisioning differentiated services in Source Specific Multicast
Scalability in QoS-aware multicast deployment has become an important research dimension in recent years. In this paper we propose a new scheme named Differentiated QoS Multicast ...
Ning Wang, George Pavlou
CN
2004
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Modelling and verification of interworking between SIP and H.323
Ligang Wang 0002, Anjali Agarwal, J. William Atwoo...
CN
2004
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Spatio-temporal correlation: theory and applications for wireless sensor networks
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) are characterized by the dense deployment of sensor nodes that continuously observe physical phenomenon. Due to high density in the network topology...
Mehmet C. Vuran, Özgür B. Akan, Ian F. A...
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2004
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Security applications of peer-to-peer networks
Open networks are often insecure and provide an opportunity for viruses and DDOS activities to spread. To make such networks more resilient against these kind of threats, we propo...
Vasileios Vlachos, Stephanos Androutsellis-Theotok...
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