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Implementation and performance evaluation of an open control architecture for wireless ATM networks

R. Radhakrishna Pillai, Weiguo Wang, Lee Kok Seng, B. Jose, He Sha, R. Agrawal, M. Ranganath
1999 1999 IEEE Second Conference on Open Architectures and Network Programming. Proceedings. OPENARCH '99 (Cat. No.99EX252)  
In this paper, we share our experience in the design, implementation and experimentation of a distributed open network control architecture for WATM networks based on the open signaling paradigm.  ...  The architecture also provides an integrated solution for WATM network access using the ATM Forum UNI signalling.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors acknowledge the contributions of the WARP team members Mohan Krishna, Tiong Siang, Adrian Yau, Kenneth Soo, and Jit Biswas from KRDL, and the WARP teams of CWC and Ericsson Radio  ... 
doi:10.1109/opnarc.1999.758433 fatcat:6fhhdlrg55czbdyu3ya6xzxxy4

Guest editorial recent advances in network management and operations

T.M. Chen, R.H. Glitho, M. Yoshida
2000 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
Bellavista et al. describes an experimental architecture using mobile agents in a distributed processing environment, compatible with CORBA and MASIF (Mobile Agent System Interoperability Facility).  ...  Androutsos et al. proposes a framework using CORBA temporal agents for managing the network state evolution over time.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2000.842980 fatcat:r5ucyyzkvjburfm6pnhqozjuae

The mobiware toolkit: programmable support for adaptive mobile networking

O. Angin, A.T. Campbell, M.E. Kounavis, R.R.-F. Liao
1998 IEEE personal communications  
of mobile multimedia applications in response to time-varying mobile network conditions.  ...  The mobiware toolkit is software-intensive (comet.columbia.edu/wireless/software/mobiware) and is built on CORBA and Java distributed object technology.  ...  Kounavis implemented the transport system, Raymond Liao implemented the signaling system, Chien-Ming Yu implemented the active error control and finally Yasuro Shobatake (Toshiba Corp.  ... 
doi:10.1109/98.709367 fatcat:if6jdbwo5re6pdvvjqk76bcbp4

PMS: A PVC Management System for ATM Networks [chapter]

Chunsheng Yang, Sieu Phan
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Reported in this paper is the developed PMS, a PVC management system for ATM networks. PMS provides a scalable, end-to-end path management solution required for managing today's complex ATM networks.  ...  It also aims to provide effective decision-making support for PVC fault identification and prevention to the network operators.  ...  PMS View Tier provides web-based user graphical interface for operator to access and control ATM networks from remote locations by using Javaenable browser.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47734-9_83 fatcat:expjgytpkbggvnmkzciofpojja

Programmable mobile networks

Andrew T. Campbell, Michael E. Kounavis, Raymond R.-F. Liao
1999 Computer Networks  
Mobiware is software-intensive and is built on CORBA and Java distributed object technologies.  ...  Based on an open programmable networking paradigm, mobiware runs on mobile devices, wireless access points and mobile-capable switchrrouters providing a set of open programmable interfaces and distributed  ...  Chan Lucent Technologies who implemented the xbind connection management system from where the mobiware mobility agent grew.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(98)00298-0 fatcat:5mn4urwqubh7vji3ecnohy4x7i

Integrating multimedia streams into a distributed computing system

B. J. Murphy, Glenford E. Mapp, Martin Freeman, Paul Jardetzky, Harrick M. Vin
1996 Multimedia Computing and Networking 1996  
A prototype implementation of this model is described using the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA).  ...  The implementation environment comprises a local area ATM network with directly attached multimedia peripherals and general purpose workstations.  ...  The ATM network includes both wired and wireless segments; the impact of mobility on streams is of great interest to us.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.235882 fatcat:ettft5wbwzea5mcluijkmnmwca

Building open programmable multimedia networks

A.T. Campbell, A.A. Lazar, H. Schulzrinne, R. Stadler
1997 IEEE Multimedia  
Recent advances in distributed systems and transportable software and increasing demand for better quality-of-service (QOS) control in multiservice networks are driving a re-examination of network software  ...  We established the COMET Group (Control Management and Telemedia) at Columbia University's Center for Telecommunications Research to provide a comprehensive understanding of network software architecture  ...  Today, we are developing open programmable ATM, Internet and mobile networks that will enable new models for network signalling, control and management to be created in the future.  ... 
doi:10.1109/93.580997 fatcat:gpke2vvdyrgnhanwlvhoazuk3i

Building open programmable multimedia networks

Andrew T Campbell, Aurel A Lazar, Henning Schulzrinne, Rolf Stadler
1998 Computer Communications  
Recent advances in distributed systems and transportable software and increasing demand for better quality-of-service (QOS) control in multiservice networks are driving a re-examination of network software  ...  We established the COMET Group (Control Management and Telemedia) at Columbia University's Center for Telecommunications Research to provide a comprehensive understanding of network software architecture  ...  Today, we are developing open programmable ATM, Internet and mobile networks that will enable new models for network signalling, control and management to be created in the future.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(98)00123-6 fatcat:efah7gfddrgxzpsikmnvuwbqiu

Supporting User Mobility [chapter]

Martin G. Brown
1996 Mobile Communications  
Distributed system services are needed to support the locating of people, equipment and software objects, and, especially for mobile multimedia applications, network transport protocols which can adapt  ...  to a wide range of networking conditions must be developed.  ...  OMG IDL and CORBA are trademarks of the Object Management Group Inc. • Active X is a trademark of the Microsoft Corporation Standard remote method invocations can be used to control the software objects  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34980-0_8 fatcat:hfgpm7pogjg3vbtayhrjugnaxy

A Proposal of PVCs Configuration Methodology Employing Mobile Agents [chapter]

André Ribeiro Cardoso, Joaquim Celestino
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This research was based on the project "A CORBA Distributed Platform with Intelligent Mobile Agents for Service Management (AMI)" of the program "High Speed Metropolitan Network of Fortaleza (REMAV-FOR  ...  In LARCES/UECE we developed a methodology for PVC configuration using mobile agent, presented in the final part of this work.  ...  This research was based on the project "A CORBA Distributed Platform with Intelligent Mobile Agents for Service Management (AMI)" of the program "High Speed Metropolitan Network of Fortaleza (REMAV-FOR  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44651-6_16 fatcat:z4bnsbo4kbf6jl4wmuxl4oowmq

QOS-aware Middleware for Mobile Multimedia Communications [chapter]

Andrew T. Campbell
1998 Multimedia Information Systems  
Mobiware is a highly programmable software platform based on the latest distributed systems technology (viz. CORBA and Java).  ...  Delivering hard Quality of Service (QOS) assurances in the wireless domain is complex due to large-scale mobility requirements, limited radio resources and fluctuating network conditions.  ...  We extend an open control methodology that has been previously developed at Columbia [14] to control ATM networks to the mobile ATM domain.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-585-33820-0_3 fatcat:osnrus3jsbdslitvdnehyx3wn4

Mobiware: QOS-aware middleware for mobile multimedia communications [chapter]

Andrew T. Campbell
1997 High Performance Networking VII  
Delivering hard Quality of Service (QOS) guarantees in the wireless domain is complex due to large-scale mobility requirements, limited radio resources and fluctuating network conditions.  ...  networks.  ...  We extend an open control methodology that has been previously developed at Columbia [7] to control ATM networks to the mobile ATM domain.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35279-4_11 fatcat:46rjvhlsffdm3cwaro25suqenu

Evolution to the programmable Internet

T.M. Chen
2000 IEEE Communications Magazine  
With a programmable Internet, service providers and users will be able to gain a degree of flexible control over their network services and take advantage of the full potential of the Internet.  ...  , and mobile agents.  ...  Furthermore, users will be able to use network resources for distributed processing or storage.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.867845 fatcat:bpf2xpo6kngxthpq2aq2kyxsxi

A TINA-based Distributed Environment for Mobile Multimedia Applications [chapter]

Alexandre S. Pinto, Luis F. Faina, Eleri Cardozo
2000 Managing QoS in Multimedia Networks and Services  
This paper describes the design and implementation of a component of the Telecommunications Information Networking Architecture (TINA): the Distributed Processing Environment (DPE).  ...  These new services take advantage of modem technologies such as high speed networks, multimedia processing, distributed objects, and component-oriented software development.  ...  Processing nodes consist of a set of Sun Sparc 5 and Ultra workstations with OC-3 ATM network interface card (155 Mbits/s) connected through an ATM switch from Xylan Corporation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35532-0_12 fatcat:5iw3kd4hwfct3jlnrq23nf6rhy

An integrated management environment for network resources and services

P. Bellavista, A. Corradi, C. Stefanelli
2000 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
Heterogeneity and globalization of network resources, on one hand, have increased user expectations for flexible and easy-to-use environments; on the other hand, they have suggested entirely novel ways  ...  Technological and human factors have contributed to increase the complexity of the network management problem.  ...  The MESIS VoD service adopts the application-layer approach, but we are extending its implementation to integrate network-layer technologies, such as ATM, that provide direct control of QoS parameters,  ... 
doi:10.1109/49.842984 fatcat:d2mcml7b2reabd2w67axb2nyfu
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