| Workshop on QoS Support for
Real-Time Internet Applications |
June 1, 1999
In conjunction with the 5th IEEE Real-Time Technology and
Advance Program and Call For Participation
The Internet is increasingly being used to support a wide range of
applications that are subject to QoS constraints for proper operation.
This 1-day workshop (preceding the 1999 IEEE RTAS'99 Symposium) aims
at bringing together researchers interested in the design and
implementation of novel protocols and architectures to support the
requirements of such applications in the context of the existing
ubiquitous infrastructure of the Internet.
The Workshop consists of four main sessions on Differentiated
Services, Routing and Channel Access, QoS Estimation and Adaptation,
and Resource Allocation and Integration. Each of the sessions will
feature a set of technical presentations to be followed by a
discussion. The Workshop Proceedings, which will be distributed to all
Workshop attendees, will include all presentations as well as a set of
Project Summaries and Position Statements from Workshop participants.
- 08:00-08:30 / Registration and Breakfast
- 08:30-08:45 / Opening Remarks
- Azer Bestavros and Raj Rajkumar
- 08:45-10:30 / Session I: Differentiated Services (Chair: Azer Bestavros)
- A Prototype Implementation of the Two-Tier Architecture for
Andreas Terzis, Jun Ogawa, Sonia Tsui, Lan Wang, Lixia Zhang (UCLA).
- A Framework of IP QoS Service Model and Performance
Byoung-Joon (BJ) Lee, Minzhi Zhang, Roland Smith (Nortel Networks, Canada).
- VBR bandwidth-guaranteed services over DiffServ networks
F. Borgonovo, A. Capone, L. Fratta and C. Petrioli (Politecnico di
- Using Differentiated Services to Enhance Network Protocol and
Application Performance. Venkata N. Padmanabhan (Microsoft Research).
- 10:30-10:45 / Morning Break
- 10:45-12:30 / Session II: Routing and Channel Access (Chair:
Ibrahim Matta, Northeastern U)
- Examining the Construction of Shared Trees Using Different Metrics.
Ken Carlberg and Jon Crowcroft (University College London, UK).
- QoS-sensitive routing for Real-time Multicasting.
Shuqian Yan (University of Toronto), Michalis Faloutsos (UC Riverside),
and Anindo Banerjea (ISI/USC).
- Multi-QoS Constraints Based Routing for IP and ATM Networks
Gang Luo, Kaiyuan Huang, Jianli Wang, Chris Hobbs and Ernst Munter
(Nortel Networks, Canada).
- A QoS Capable Medium Access Protocol for Mobile Networks
Donald F. Gingras and Stephan K. Lapic (SPAWAR Systems Center, CA).
- 12:30-14:00 / Workshop Lunch
- 14:00-15:45 / Session III: QoS Estimation and Adaptation (Chair:
Raj Rajkumar, CMU)
- Rate Probing Based Adaptation at End Hosts.
Yoshito Tobe, Yosuke Tamura, Hideaki Nishino, Hideyuki Tokuda (Keio
- Instantaneous Packet Delay Variation (IPDV).
Carlo Demichelis and Enrico Petrov (CSELT, Italy).
- How real-time can real-time be in a large-scale IP network?
Harrie Bastiaansen, Kees van der Wal, Rob Kooij (KPN Research, Netherlands)
and Michel Mandjes (Bell Labs).
- Quality of Service Management within a Middleware for
Alan Smith and Richard Jacobs (BT Laboratories, England).
- 15:45-16:00 / Afternoon Break
- 16:00-17:45 / Session IV: Resource Allocation and Integration
(Chair: John Stankovic, U of Virginia)
- Boomerang -- A Simple Protocol for Resource Reservation in IP Networks.
Gabor Feher, Krisztian Nemeth, Markosz Maliosz (Technical University of
Budapest, Hungary), Istvan Cselenyi, Joakim Bergkvist, David Ahlard,
and Tomas Engborg (Telia Research AB, Sweden).
- The Renegotiable Variable Bit Rate Service: Characterisation and
prototyping. Silvia Giordano and Jean-Yves Le Boudec (Institut pour
les Communications Informatiques et lours Applications, Lausanne, Switzerland).
- Cooperating Resource Managers. Hermann Hartig, Lars Reuther, Joan
Wolter, Martin Borriss and Torsten Paul (Dresden University of
- ELISA: European Linkage between Internet Integrated and
Differentiated Services over ATM. T.V. Do (Technical University of
Budapest), H. Hussmann (Technical University of Dresden)
Berthold Koch, C. Prehofer, I.S. Venieris, Siemens AG
G. Mamais, Natioanl (Technical University of Athens), S. Salsano, CoRiTel
J.-J. Tchouto, C. Tittel, and P. Todorova (GMD-Fokus).
Accomodations and Hotel Information
The Workshop will be held at the Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel, which is
located at the heart of beautiful downtown Vancouver, minutes away
from the Waterfront and from many other attractions. For more
information contact the hotel at
their web site at http://www.sheratonwallcentre.com/ or using the
Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel
1088 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2R9,
Tel: (604) 331-1000
Fax: (604) 331-1001 or (604) 893-7200
The hotel guarantees a rate of CND$195 for single/double rooms
(equivalent to approximately US$127 based on recent exchange rates).
To get this rate mention "IEEE RTAS'99". The rooms are guaranteed if
reserved before May 7th.
Mail your registration information to:
Ms. Linda Buss
E3774 - 550th Ave.
Menomonie, WI 54751
Fax: (715) 235-2258 or (715) 232-6243
Phone: ____________ Fax: __________________________
IEEE Membership No: _______________________________
The registration fees for the Workshop as well as for the Symposium
are given below (all fees are in US Dollars).
|Registration Fees for RTAS'99 Workshop (June 1, 1999)
||On or Before May 7
||After May 7
|Registration Fees for RTAS'99 Symposium (June 2-4,1999)
||On or Before May 7
||After May 7
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the events of the Symposium/Workshop (including meals and
proceedings). To receive student rate, students are required to have
advisor's name and signature at the time of registration.
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no later than May 7, 1999. Payment can be made by check, money order, or
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Created on: 2/15/1999
Updated on: 5/10/1999