Active and programmable networksIFIP TC6 7th international working conference, IWAN 2005, Sophia Antipolis, France, November 21-23, 2005 : revised papers Berlin : Springer,
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Validating inter-domain SLAs with a programmable traffic control system -- Cross-layer peer-to-peer traffic identification and optimization based on active networking -- Towards effective portability of packet handling applications across heterogeneous hardware platforms -- Architecture for an active network infrastructure grid - the iSEGrid -- Network services on service extensible routers -- A network-based response framework and implementation -- Towards resilient networks using programmable networking technologies -- Towards the design of an industrial autonomic network node -- A web service- and ForCES-based programmable router architecture -- An extension to packet filtering of programmable networks -- SAND : A scalable, distributed and dynamic active networks directory service -- A programmable structured peer-to-peer overlay -- Interpreted active packets for ephemeral state processing routers -- A secure code deployment scheme for active networks -- Securing AODV routing protocol in mobile ad-hoc networks -- Extensible network configuration and communication framework -- A model for scalable and autonomic network management -- Intelligibility evaluation of a VoIP multi-flow block interleaver -- A web-services based architecture for dynamic-service deployment -- The active embedded ubiquitous web service framework -- Framework of an application-aware adaptation scheme for disconnected operations -- Kinetic multipoint relaying : Improvements using mobility predictions -- The three-level approaches for differentiated service in clustering web server -- On the manipulation of JPEG2000, in-flight, using active components on next generation satellites -- TAON : A topology-oriented active overlay network protocol -- A biologically inspired service architecture in ubiquitous computing environments.
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