Symbiotic packet processing features in Computer Communications

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TIPPINST - I was delighted to see that my colleague Istvan Matyasovszki's paper on "A dynamic signaling mechanism based on symbiotic packet processing" is featured in the Dec edition of Computer Communications

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Computer Communications
Volume 29, Issue 1, Pages 1-148 (1 December 2005)

1. IFC Editorial Board - top half
Page CO2

2. Stochastic processes for computer network traffic modeling
Pages 1-23
Ian W.C. Lee and Abraham O. Fapojuwo

3. Connectivity of Waxman topology models
Pages 24-31
M. Naldi

4. An approach for seamless handoff among mobile WLAN/GPRS integrated networks
Pages 32-41
Rong-Hong Jan and Wen-Yueh Chiu

5. An integrated scheduling and buffer management scheme for input queued switches with finite buffer space
Pages 42-51
Anuj Kumar and Rabi N. Mahapatra

6. Adaptive packet marking for achieving fairness in DiffServ networks
Pages 52-58
Vasilios A. Siris and Harris M. Marinakis

7. Improving signaling recovery in shared mesh optical networks
Pages 59-68
Chadi Assi, Wei Huo, Abdallah Shami and Nasir Ghani

8. Anatomy of delay performance for the strict priority scheduling scheme in multi-service Internet
Pages 69-76
Hoon Lee

9. A dynamic signaling mechanism based on symbiotic packet processing
Pages 77-92
Istvan Matyasovszki, Colin Flanagan and John Nelson

10. On the construction of energy-efficient maximum residual battery capacity broadcast trees in static ad hoc wireless networks
Pages 93-102
Chor Ping Low and Lai Woen Goh

11. Improvement of LRU cache for the detection and control of long-lived high bandwidth flows
Pages 103-113
Lichang Che, Bin Qiu and Hong Ren Wu

12. A consolidation algorithm for multicast service using proportional control and neural network predictive techniques
Pages 114-122
Liansheng Tan, Naixue Xiong and Yan Yang, Peng Yang

13. A reliable on-demand routing protocol for mobile ad hoc networks with mobility prediction
Pages 123-135
Nen-Chung Wang and Shou-Wen Chang

14. Ad hoc quality of service multicast routing
Pages 136-148
Kaan Bür and Cem Ersoy

15. OBC - Content

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