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Next-Generation Internet
Architectures and Protocols

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D. Cuda, R. Gaudino, G. Gavilanes Castillo, F. Neri, A. Reaz, L. Shi, B. Mukherjee, G. Ellinas, A. Hadjiantonis, N. Antoniades, M. A. Ali, A. Khalil, S. Ju, J. B. Evans, A. Ravula, B. Ramamurthy, P. Nikander, A. Gurtov, T. R. Henderson, M. Yuksel, A. Gupta, K. Kar, S. Kalyanaraman, I. Baldine, A. W. Jackson, J. Jacob, W. E. Leland, J. H. Lowry, W. C. Milliken, P. P. Pal, S. Ramanathan, K. A. Rauschenbach, C. A. Santivanez, D. M. Wood, T. Wolf, R. Dutta, J. Griffioen, K. L. Calvert, O. Ascigil, S. Yuan, F. Valera, I. van Beijnum, A. Garcia-Martinez, M. Bagnulo, F. Kelly, G. Raina, M. Sridharan, W. Zeng, W. Leal, X. Ju, R. Ramnath, H. Zhang, A. Arora, D. Wischik, Y. Yi, M. Chiang, Z. Li, H. Xu, B. Li, J. Musacchio, G. Schwartz, J. Walrand
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  • Date Published: March 2011
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521113687

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  • With ever-increasing demands on capacity, quality of service, speed, and reliability, current Internet systems are under strain and under review. Combining contributions from experts in the field, this book captures the most recent and innovative designs, architectures, protocols, and mechanisms that will enable researchers to successfully build the next-generation Internet. A broad perspective is provided, with topics including innovations at the physical/transmission layer in wired and wireless media, as well as the support for new switching and routing paradigms at the device and sub-system layer. The proposed alternatives to TCP and UDP at the data transport layer for emerging environments are also covered, as are the novel models and theoretical foundations proposed for understanding network complexity. Finally, new approaches for pricing and network economics are discussed, making this ideal for students, researchers, and practitioners who need to know about designing, constructing, and operating the next-generation Internet.

    • Captures the most recent and innovative designs, architectures, protocols, and mechanisms that will enable researchers to successfully build the next-generation Internet
    • Provides a broad perspective, with topics including innovations at the physical/transmission layer in wired and wireless media
    • Covers new approaches for pricing, policies, and network economics
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    "For those who are particularly involved in pushing Internet technology to the next generation, this book is an excellent starting point. Recommended." - CHOICE

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    • Date Published: March 2011
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521113687
    • length: 434 pages
    • dimensions: 254 x 181 x 25 mm
    • weight: 1kg
    • contains: 50 b/w illus. 15 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Enabling Technologies:
    1. Optical layer switching paradigms D. Cuda, R. Gaudino, G. Gavilanes Castillo and F. Neri
    2. Broadband access networks: current and future directions A. Reaz, L. Shi and B. Mukherjee
    3. The optical control plane and a novel unified control place architecture for IP/WDM networks G. Ellinas, A. Hadjiantonis, N. Antoniades, M. A. Ali and A. Khalil
    4. Cognitive routing protocols and architecture S. Ju and J. B. Evans
    5. Grid networking A. Ravula and B. Ramamurthy
    Part II. Network Architectures:
    6. HIP: host identity protocol P. Nikander, A. Gurtov and T. R. Henderson
    7. Contract switching for managing inter-domain dynamics M. Yuksel, A. Gupta, K. Kar and S. Kalyanaraman
    8. PHAROS project I. Baldine, A. W. Jackson, J. Jacob, W. E. Leland, J. H. Lowry, W. C. Milliken, P. P. Pal, S. Ramanathan, K. A. Rauschenbach, C. A. Santivanez and D. M. Wood
    9. Network services and data-path customization T. Wolf
    10. SILO architecture R. Dutta and I. Baldine
    Part III. Protocols and Practice:
    11. Separating routing policy from mechanism in the network layer J. Griffioen, K. L. Calvert, O. Ascigil and S. Yuan
    12. Multipath BGP: motivations and solutions F. Valera, I. van Beijnum, A. Garcia-Martinez and M. Bagnulo
    13. Explicit congestion control: charging, fairness and admission management F. Kelly and G. Raina
    14. Kansei: a software infrastructure for resource management and programmer support across wireless sensor network fabrics M. Sridharan, W. Zeng, W. Leal, X. Ju, R. Ramnath, H. Zhang and A. Arora
    15. Router design including buffering and queuing strategies for the next generation Internet D. Wischik
    16. Stochastic NUM and wireless scheduling Y. Yi and M. Chiang
    17. Network coding in bi-directed and peer-to-peer networks Z. Li, H. Xu and B. Li
    18. Network economics and pricing J. Musacchio, G. Schwartz and J. Walrand.

  • Editors

    Byrav Ramamurthy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
    Byrav Ramamurthy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln (UNL). He is a recipient of the UNL CSE Department Student Choice Outstanding Teaching Award, the author of Design of Optical WDM Networks (2000), and a co-author of Secure Group Communications over Data Networks (2004). His research areas include optical networks, wireless/sensor networks, network security, distributed computing, and telecommunications.

    George N. Rouskas, North Carolina State University
    George N. Rouskas is a Professor of Computer Science at North Carolina State University. He has received several research and teaching awards, including an NSF CAREER Award, the NCSU Alumni Outstanding Research Award, and he has been inducted into the NCSU Academy of Outstanding Teachers. He is the author of the book Internet Tiered Services (2009) and his research interests are in network architectures and protocols, optical networks and performance evaluation.

    Krishna Moorthy Sivalingam, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
    Krishna Moorthy Sivalingam is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras. Prior to this, he was a Professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and also conducted research at Lucent Technologies and AT&T Bell Labs. He has previously edited three books and holds three patents in wireless networking. His research interests include wireless networks, wireless sensor networks, optical networks, and performance evaluation.

    Contributors

    D. Cuda, R. Gaudino, G. Gavilanes Castillo, F. Neri, A. Reaz, L. Shi, B. Mukherjee, G. Ellinas, A. Hadjiantonis, N. Antoniades, M. A. Ali, A. Khalil, S. Ju, J. B. Evans, A. Ravula, B. Ramamurthy, P. Nikander, A. Gurtov, T. R. Henderson, M. Yuksel, A. Gupta, K. Kar, S. Kalyanaraman, I. Baldine, A. W. Jackson, J. Jacob, W. E. Leland, J. H. Lowry, W. C. Milliken, P. P. Pal, S. Ramanathan, K. A. Rauschenbach, C. A. Santivanez, D. M. Wood, T. Wolf, R. Dutta, J. Griffioen, K. L. Calvert, O. Ascigil, S. Yuan, F. Valera, I. van Beijnum, A. Garcia-Martinez, M. Bagnulo, F. Kelly, G. Raina, M. Sridharan, W. Zeng, W. Leal, X. Ju, R. Ramnath, H. Zhang, A. Arora, D. Wischik, Y. Yi, M. Chiang, Z. Li, H. Xu, B. Li, J. Musacchio, G. Schwartz, J. Walrand

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