Active Networks: First International Working Conference, by D. Scott Alexander, Jonathan M. Smith (auth.), Stefan Covaci

By D. Scott Alexander, Jonathan M. Smith (auth.), Stefan Covaci (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the 1st foreign Workshop on lively Networks, IWAN'99, held in Berlin, Germany in June/July 1999.
The 30 revised complete papers provided have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of eighty submissions. The booklet is split in sections on networks architectures, systems, energetic administration and regulate, and defense. All in all, this publication offers a different state of the art account of architectural elements, applied sciences, and prototype platforms that might influence the way in which destiny networked companies can be created and managed.

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Alternatively, sessions wishing to perform both event-driven and packet-driven activities can choose between running two threads in separate pools (to prevent interference between the two activities), or saving resources by having a single thread in one pool (but risking occasional interference between packet and event activity). e. give each activity its own particular CPU guarantee). 5 Network I/O Sessions running under Rcane can pass demultiplexing specifications to the Runtime, associating incoming flows of packets with specified pools and processing functions.

A key feature of Protean is the support for state management. A service that is invoked at one node has the ability to access and update non-local state, and the management of distributed network state is achieved by a core-based self-configuring infrastructure in Protean. 1 Introduction The next generation Internet is expected to support very diverse environments (commercial heterogeneous wireline/wireless networks), applications (multimedia, WWW, telnet), and workloads (heterogeneous unicast and multicast streams with different quality of service requirements).

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