Dr. Stephen Deering, IPv6: The Next-Generation Internet Protocol
Dr. George Varghese, Algorithmic Techniques for Efficient Protocol Implementations
Dr. David B. Johnson, Wireless and Mobile Networking
Vern Paxson, An Introduction to Internet Measurement and Modeling
ACM SIGCOMM Award Address by Dr. Vinton G. Cerf, Senior Vice President, MCI, and winner of the 1996 ACM SIGCOMM Award.
The Importance of Long-Range Dependence of VBR Video Traffic in ATM Traffic Engineering: Myths and Realities, B.K. Ryu (Columbia Univ.) and A. Elwalid (Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies)Lunch: A catered lunch will be provided.
On the Relevance of Long-Range Dependence in Network Traffic, M. Grossglauser and J-C. Bolot (INRIA)
End-to-end Routing Behavior in the Internet, V. Paxson (Univ. of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
ASHs: Application-Specific Handlers for High-Performance Messaging, D.A. Wallach, D. Engler, and M.F. Kaashoek (MIT)
DPF: Fast, Flexible Message Demultiplexing using Dynamic Code Generation, D. Engler and M.F. Kaashoek (MIT)
Generating Efficient Protocol Code from an Abstract Specification, C. Castelluccia and W. Dabbous (INRIA) and S. O'Malley (Univ. of Arizona)
Analysis of Techniques to Improve Protocol Latency, D. Mosberger, L.L. Peterson, P.G. Bridges, S. O'Malley (Univ. of Arizona)
Speeding up Protocols for Small Messages, T. Blackwell (Harvard Univ.)
Masking the Overhead of Protocol Layering, R. van Renesse (Cornell Univ.)
(There will be dinners at the winery both Wednesday and Thursday. Half the attendees will be there each night. Busses depart from Stanford Campus starting at 6 PM).
Efficient Support of Delay and Rate Guarantees in an Internet, L. Georgiadis (Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki) and R. Guerin, V. Peris, and R. Rajan (IBM, Watson Research Center)
Receiver-driven Layered Multicast, S. McCanne, V. Jacobson, and M. Vetterli, (Univ. of California, Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
A Reliable and Scalable Striping Protocol, H. Adiseshu, G. Parulkar, and G. Varghese (Washington Univ., St. Louis)
Hierarchical Packet Fair Queueing Algorithms, J.C.R. Bennett and H. Zhang (Carnegie Mellon Univ.)
Start-time Fair Queuing: A Scheduling Algorithm for Integrated Services Packet Switching Networks, P. Goyal, H.M. Vin, and H. Chen (Univ. of Texas, Austin)
Phantom: A Simple and Effective Flow Control Scheme, Y. Afek, Y. Mansour and Z. Ostfeld (Tel Aviv Univ.)
Multicasting Protocols for High-Speed, Wormhole-Routing Local Area Networks, M. Gerla, P. Palnati, S. Walton (UCLA)
Simulation Study of the Capacity Effects of Dispersity Routing for Fault Tolerant Realtime Channels, A. Banerjea (Philips Research)
Routing High-Bandwidth Traffic in Max-min Fair Share Networks, Q. Ma, P. Steenkiste, and H. Zhang (Carnegie Mellon Univ.)
A Channel Access Scheme for Large Dense Packet Radio Networks, T.J. Shepard (BBN Systems and Technologies)Social Event: [6:30PM-10PM] Dinner at Thomas Fogarty Winery.
Adaptive Resource Management Algorithms for Indoor Mobile Computing Environments, S. Lu and V. Bharghavanan (Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Measurement and Analysis of the Error Characteristics of an In Building Wireless Network, D. Eckhardt and P. Steenkiste (Carnegie Mellon Univ.)
(See notes from Wednesday).
A Comparison of Mechanisms for Improving TCP Performance over Wireless
Links, H. Balakrishnan, V.N. Padmanabhan, S. Seshan, and R.H. Katz (Univ. of California, Berkeley)
Improving the Start-up Behavior of a Congestion Control Scheme for TCP, J.C. Hoe (MIT)
Forward Acknowledgement: Refining TCP Congestion Control, M. Mathis and J. Mahdavi (Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center)
Removal Policies in Network Caches for World-Wide Web Documents, S. Williams, M. Abrams, C.R. Standridge, G. Abdulla, and E.A. Fox (Virginia Tech)
Measuring the Performance of Communication Middleware on High-Speed Networks, A. Gokhale and D.C. Schmidt (Washington Univ., St. Louis)
Internet Mobility 4x4 , S. Cheshire and M. Baker (Stanford Univ.)