Event Date/Time: Oct 18, 2004 End Date/Time: Oct 20, 2004
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Recent technological developments in broadband high-speed networks, peer-to-peer networks, wireless and mobile networks, and grid computing have led to newer challenging problems, such as providing QoS support to the emerging high-speed internet and multimedia applications across both wired and wireless networks. This conference will focus on all aspects of QoS support for heterogeneous wired and wireless networks. Papers addressing cross-layer design on QoS support for both wired and wireless networks are strongly encouraged. It will serve as a forum for researchers from both academia and industry for presenting recent research results in QoS issues for both wired and wireless networks. The conference features prominent invited speakers as well as papers by top researchers in the field.

The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to:

QoS in wireless local area networks

QoS in sensor networks and wireless ad-hoc networks

QoS support and mobility management in wireless Internet

QoS in wireless and mobile multimedia

QoS provisioning in mobile IP and IPv6

Scheduling policies for wireless networks

QoS in current and emerging cellular and satellite networks

Differentiated service in wireless multimedia networks

QoS in broadband high-speed networks

QoS in optical networks

QoS support for Internet applications

QoS across heterogeneous link technologies
Middleware support for QoS provision

Policy-based QoS differentiation

Interactive broadband television, gaming, and video distribution

Variable and adaptive QoS

QoS modeling and measurement

QoS routing, resource management, and admission control

QoS pricing and billing

QoS architectures, protocols, and systems

QoS in web systems and storage systems

QoS specification, metrics, and analysis

QoS in peer-to-peer networks, grid and application-layer overlay networks

Security aspects of QoS systems


United States