24th IEEE

International Performance Computing and Communications Conference

IPCCC 2005 - April 7-9, 2005 - Phoenix, Arizona

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Thursday, April 7 (*short papers)


Welcome Message: 8:10 - 8:15 A.M.
Keynote : 8:15 - 9:15 A.M. - Mohsen Guizani, Western Michigan University

Status of Next Generation Cellular and Wireless Local Area Network Services and Current Research Activities



Session 1A: Information Assurance I

Session Chair: Maggie Cheng, University of Missouri at Rolla

1A.1 Proving Secure Properties of Cryptographic Protocols with Knowledge Based Approach

Cheng Xiaochun, Ma Xiaoqi, University of Reading, UK

Maggie Cheng, University of Missouri at Rolla

Chih-Hao Huang, University of Minnesota

1A.2 An Efficient Network Intrusion Detection Method Based on Information Theory and Genetic Algorithm

Tao Xia, Guangzhi Qu, Salim Hariri, Internet Technology Laboratory; University of Arizona

Mazin Yousif Intel Corporation, USA

1A.3 A Key Distribution Scheme for Double Authentication In Link State Routing Protocol

Dijiang Huang, Amit Sinha, Deep Medhi, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Session 1B: Parallel Applications, Clusters

Session Chair: Xiao Qin, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

1B.1 Improving Effective Bandwidth Of Networks On Clusters Using Load Balancing For Communication-Intensive Applications

Xiao Qin, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Hong Jiang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

1B.2 Improving Network Performance Through Task Duplication For Parallel Applications On Clusters

Xiao Qin, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

1B.3 Parallelized Scheduling Algorithm For Input Queued Switches Using Local Search Technique

Yanfeng Zheng, Simin He, Institue of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Shutao Sun, Wen Gao, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences



Session 2A: Sensor Networks

Session Chair: Kui Wu, University of Victoria

2A.1 Designing Efficient Routing Protocol for Heterogeneous Sensor Networks

Xiaojiang Du, Fengjing Lin, North Dakota State University

2A.2 Performance Evaluation Of Range-Free Localization Methods For Wireless Sensor Networks

Chong Liu, Kui Wu, University of Victoria

2A.3 Improving Sensor Network Performance By Deploying Mobile Sensors*

Xiaojiang Du, Fengjing Lin, North Dakota State University

2A.4 Connectionless Probabilistic (Cop) Routing: An Efficient Protocol For Mobile Wireless Ad-Hoc Sensor Networks*

Aris A.Papadopoulos, Julie A. McCann, Imperial College London

Alfredo Navarra, University of L'Aquila

Session 2B: Techniques and Characterization I

Session Chair: Richard Oliver, New Mexico State University

2B.1 On Sampling Unit Size In Sampled Microprocessor Simulation

Yue Luo and Lizy K. John, The University of Texas at Austin

2B.2 Cluster-Based Input/Output Trace Synthesis

Bo Hong, Tara M. Madhyastha, Bing Zhang, University of California Santa Cruz

2B.3 Performance Characterization of iSCSI Processing in a Server Platform

Hormuzd M. Khosravi, Abhijeet Joglekar, Ravi Iyer, Intel Corporation



Session 3A: Wireless Networks

Session Chair: Teresa Dahlberg, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

3A.1 Performance Evaluations For Hybrid IEEE 802.11b And 802.11g Wireless Networks

Shao-Cheng Wang, Ahmed Helmy, University of Southern California

Yi-Ming Chen, Winbond Electronics Corporation

Tsern-Huei Lee, National Chiao Tung University,Taiwan

3A.2 Further Reduced Search Algorithm for Optimal Diagonal Space-Time Constellations of DUSTM From Group Theory

Jun Li, Gang Wei, South China University of Technology

3A.3 A Power Management Scheme for the IEEE 802.11 Based WLANS*

Hongyan Lei, Arne A. Nilsson, North Carolina State University

3A.4 DualRTT: Detecting Spurious Timeouts In Wireless Mobile Environments*

Shaojian Fu, Mohammed Atiquzzaman, University of Oklahoma

3A.5 On the Construction Of Energy-Efficient Broadcast Tree with Hitch-Hiking in Wireless Networks*

My Thai, Yingshu Li, Ding-Zhu Du, University of Minneapolis

Chunyu Ai, HeiLongJiang University, China

Session 3B: Distributed Performance

Session Chair: Nidal Nassar, University of Guelph

3B.1 Targeted Search: Reducing Time and Cost for Searching for Objects in Multiple-Server Networks

Graciela Perara, Ken Christensen, University of South Florida
Allen Roginsky, National Institute of Standards and Technology

3B.2 Efficient File Sharing Strategy in DHT Based P2P Systems

Zhiyong Xu, Suffolk University

Xubin He, Tennessee Tech University

Laxmi Bhuyan, University of California, Riverside

3B.3 On Transport Daemons for Small Collaborative Applications Over Wide-Area Networks

Qishi Wu, Nageswara S. V. Rao, Oak Ridge National Labs

S. Sitharama Iyengar, Louisiana State University

3B.4 A Simple But Efficient Broadcasting Protocol for Video-On-Demand

Jehan-Francois Paris, University of Houston



Session 4A: Information Assurance II

Session Chair: Mohamed Younis, University of Maryland Baltimore County

4A.1 Source Routing Based Pairwise Key Establishment Protocol For Sensor Networks

Dijiang Huang, Manish Mehta, University of Missouri-Kansas City

4A.2 Totally Distributed Key Management For Dynamic Groups in MANETs

Anindo Mukherjee, Anurag Gupta and Dharma P. Agrawal, University of Cincinnati

4A.3 RINK-RKP: A Scheme For Key Predistribution and Shared-Key Discovery in Sensor Networks*

Manish Mehta, Dijiang Huang, Lein Harn, University of Missouri-Kansas City

4A.4 Key Management in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks: Collusion Analysis and Prevention*

Mohamed Younis and Kajaldeep Ghumman, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Mohamed Eltoweissy, Virginia Tech

Session 4B: Network Performance

Session Chair: Nasr Ullah, Freescale Semiconductor

4B.1 Utilizing Characteristics of Last Link to Improve TCP Performance

Wu Xiuchao, Indradeep Biswas, Chan Mun Choon, A.L. Ananda, National University of Singapore

4B.2 Multimedia Streaming Using Multiple TCP Connections

Thinh Nguyen, Oregon State University

Sen-Ching S. Cheung, University of Kentucky

4B.3 On Large Scale Deployment of Parallelized File Transfer Protocol

Shaleeza Sohail, Chun Tung Chou, Salil S. Kanhere and Sanjay Jha, University of New South Wales

4B.4 Virtual Machine Effects on Network Traffic Dynamics*

J. Martin, Vinod Rajasekaran, J. Westall, Clemson University


Reception and Poster Session

Friday, April 8 (*short papers)


Keynote - Mike Coyle, Army Research Office

Future Combat Systems and Army Research Challenges



Session 5: Multicast

Session Chair: Jehan-Francois Paris, University of Houston

5.1 DINloop Based Inter-Domain Multicast with MPLS

Huaqun Guo, National University of Singapore

L. H. Ngoh, W. C. Wong, Institute for Infocomm Research

5.2 OMFVS: Overlay Multicast for File Distribution Using Virtual Sources

Soojeon Lee, Dongman Lee, Information and Communications University

Kyungran Kang, Ajou University

5.3 Performance Analysis of Reliable Multicast Protocol Using Transparent Proxy Servers Over Hybrid Networks

Sung-Kwan, Meejoung Kim, Chul-Hee Kang, Korea University

5.4 DIG: An Overlay Network For Internet Multicasting

Aimin Pan, Xiaodong Li, Jian Yang, Weihua Duan, Peking University

5.5 A Tree-Based Reliable Multicast Scheme Exploiting Temporal Locality of Transmission Errors

Jinsuk Baek, Jehan-Francois Paris, University of Houston

A brief break will be taken during Session 5



Session 6A: Information Assurance III

Session Chair: Arunabha Sen, Arizona State University

6A.1 Providing Efficient Certification Services Against Active Attacks in Ad Hoc Networks

Bo Zhu, Zhiguo Wan, Mohan S. Kankanhalli, National University of Singapore

Guilin Wang, Feng Bao, Institute for Infocomm Research

Robert H. Deng, Singapore Management University

6A.2 Measuring Energy-Security Tradeoffs in Wireless Networks*

Fernando C. Colon Osorio, Emmanuel Agu, and Kerry McKay, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

6A.3 Calculating a Node's Reputation in aMobile Ad Hoc Network*

William J. Adams, George C. Hadjichristofi, Nathaniel J. Davis IV, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Session 6B: Techniques and Characterizing II

Session Chair: Graciela Perera, University of South Florida

6B.1 Adaptive Object Cache Pre-Fetching Scheme Based on Object Flow

Hussein Fareed, Sun Microsystems Inc.

Mostafa Bassiouni, University of Central Florida

6B.2 The Effects of AQM on the Performance of Assured Forwarding Services

X. Chang, Jogesh K. Muppala, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

6B.3 The Design and Implementation of RAPID-Cache for Linux*

Zhiyong Xu, Suffolk University
Yiming Hu, University of Cincinnati


Session 7A: Ad hoc Networks

Session Chair: TBD

7A.1 An Efficient Broadcast Query Forwarding Technique for Wireless Multipath Routing

Pat McCarthy, Dan Grigoras, University College Cork, Ireland

7A.2 Leveraging 1-hop Neighborhood Knowledge For Efficient Flooding in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks

Ying Cai, Iowa State University

Kien A. Hua, Aaron Phillips, University of Central Florida

7A.3 On the Construction of Stable Virtual Backbones in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks

Feng Wang, Yingshu Li Dingzhu Du, University of Minnesota

Manki Min University of Florida

Session 7B: IWSEEAN I

Session Chair: Qing-An Zeng, University of Cincinnati

7B.1 ISPRP: A Message-Efficient Protocol for Initializing Structured P2P Networks

Curt Cramer, Thomas Fuhrmann, Universität Karlsruhe

7B.2 Wireless Sensor Network Security: A Secure Sink Node Architecture

Shahabuddin Muhammad, Zeeshan Furqan, Ratan Guha, University of Central Florida

7B.3 Secure Data Aggregation and Source-Channel Coding with MIT Code for Wireless Sensor Networks

Hasan Cam, Arizona State University

7B.4 Piezoelectric Materials for Powering Remote Sensors

Moncef B. Tayahi, Bruce Johnson, Melinda Holtzman, University of Nevada
Gardy Cadet, Access Optical Networks



Panel: Advanced Wireless

Panel Chair: Mark Goldstein, President, International Research Center

The panel will include brief presentations and discussion by industry leaders in areas of current research interest including advances in wireless component miniaturization, advances in 3G and 4G cell systems and integration with WiFi and WIMAX, software designed radio and its impact, and scalable mesh WiFi networks.


Sayfe Kiaei, ASU Connection One Consortium.

Bruce Fette, Chief Scientist of General Dynamics C4 Systems.

Alan Meiusi, WI-VOD

Saturday, April 9


Session 8A: IWSEEAN II

Session Chair: Kui Wu, University of Victoria

8A.1 Energy-Efficient Rate Adaptation MAC Protocol for Ad Hoc Wireless Networks

Maciej Zawodniok, Sarangapani Jagannathan, University of Missouri-Rolla

8A.2 A Novel Joint Routing and Power Management Algorithm for Energy-Constraint Ad-Hoc Sensor Networks

Yashar Ghiassi Farrokhfal, Vahid Shahmansouri, M. R. Pakravan, Sharif University of Technology

8A.3 MMAC: A Mobility-Adaptive, Collision-Free MAC Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks

Muneeb Ali, Tashfeen Suleman, Zartash Afzal Uzmi, Computer Science Depertment, LUMS

8A.4 Energy-Efficient Task Scheduling for Wireless Sensor Nodes with Multiple Sensing Units

Hasan Cam, Rajesh Poornachandran, Hani Ahmad, Arizona State University

Session 8B: RRM-WCN I

Session Chair: Abraham O. Fapojuwo, University of Calgary

8B.1 Performance Analysis of a Channel Allocation Scheme with Preemtive Priority for Integrated Voice/Data Mobile Networks

Shensheng Tang and Wei Li, University of Toledo

8B.2 CAC and Blocking Capacity of Multi-Service Smart Antenna CDMA Systems with and without Code Re-use

Christian Hartmann, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany

8B.3 Real Time Agreement Protocol and Resource Pre-reservation for Wireless Systems

Zièd Choukair, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications de Bretagne, France

Sonia Ben Rejeb, Sami Tabbane, Ecole Superieure des Communications de Tunis, Tunisia

8B.4 A Performance Comparison of Class-based Scheduling Algorithms in Future UMTS Access

Nidal Nasser, University of Guelph

Bader Al-Manthari and Hossam Hassanein, Queen's University



Session 9A: WSNIA

Session Chair: Mohamed Younis, University of Maryland Baltimore County

9A.1 Towards an Automated Development Methodology for Dependable Systems with Application to Sensor Networks

Michael G. Hinchey and James L. Rash

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

Christopher A. Rouff

Advanced Concepts Business Unit

9A.2 SECK: Survivable and Efficient Clustered Keying for Wireless Sensor Networks

Michael Chorzempa, Jung-Min Park, Mohamed Eltoweissy,

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

9A.3 Reliable Multicast in Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks

Hossam Hassanein and Lan Huang,

Queen's University

9A.4 Accurate Anchor-Free Node Localization in Wireless Sensor Networks

Adel Youssef and Ashok Agrawala

University of Maryland College Park

Mohamed Younis

University of Maryland Baltimore County

9A.5 Performance of IEEE 802.11 based Wireless Sensor Networks in Noisy Environments

Tamer Nadeem and Ashok Agrawala

University of Maryland College Park

9A.6 Secure Cell Relay Routing Protocol for Sensor Networks

Xiaojiang Du and Fengjing Lin

North Dakota State University

Session 9B: WMSN

Session Chair: Jiangchuan Liu, Simon Fraser University

9B.1 Multi-rate Congestion Control using Packet-pair Bandwidth Detection with Session and Layer Changing Manager

Yuliang Li, Alistair Munro, Dritan Kaleshi

University of Bristol

9B.2 Examining the Benefits of a Hybrid Distributed Architecture for Bandwidth Brokers

Ch. Bouras, K. Stamos

Research Academic Computer Technology Institute and University of Patras


9B.3 Multihoming Media Streaming

Ahsan Habib and John Chuang

University of California, Berkeley

9B.4 Performance Comparison of Multiplexing Techniques for MPEG-4 Object-based Content

Seán Murphy, Stefan Goor, Liam Murphy

University College, Dublin

9B.5 Source Descriptor Selection Schemes for Multiple Description Coded Services in 4G Wireless Communication Systems

F.H.P. Fitzek, H. Yomo, P. Popovski, R. Prasad, Aalborg University, Denmark

M. Katz , Samsung Electronics

9B.6 Adapting Spatial Constraints of Composite Multimedia Objects to Achieve Universal Access

Ahmed Gomaa, Nabil Adam, Vijayalakshmi Atluri, Rutgers University



Session 10A: IWSEEAN III

Session Chair: Hasan Cam, Arizona State University

10A.1 A Novel Addressing Architecture for Wireless Sensor Networks

Trong Thua Huynh, Choong Seon Hong, Kyung Hee University

10A.2 EECS: An Energy Efficient Clustering Scheme in Wireless Sensor Networks

Mao Ye, Chengfa Li, Guihai Chen, Nanjing University, China
Jie Wu, Florida Atlantic University

10A.3 Power Control Based Topology Construction for the Distributed Wireless Sensor Networks

Prasan Kumar Sahoo, Vanung University
Jang-Ping Sheu, Chi-Hao Huang, National Central University

10A.4 Energy Efficiency of Two Virtual Infrastructures for MANETs

Zhijun Wang, Jingyuan Zhang, University of Alabama

Session 10B: RRM-WCN II

Session Chair: Tarek Bejaoui, Mediatron

10B.1 Multi-Class Adaptive Radio Resource Management Policy for Multimedia Cellular Networks

Tarek Bejaoui, Sami Tabbane, MEDIATRON

Véronique Vèque, Institut d'Electronique Fundamentale


10B.2 Optimal Resource Allocation and Leaky Bucket Based Power Control for CBR MIMO Systems

Wenjun Luo, Arulsaravana Jeyaraj and Magda El Zarki, University of California, Irvine

10B.3 Modeling and Performance Analysis of Public Safety Wireless Networks

Jiaqing Song and Ljiljana Trajkovic, Simon Fraser University

10B.4 Simplifying the Power Allocation for OFDM-MIMO: A Partial Curve Fitting Approach

Wentao Zhao, Texas A&M University



Session 11A: IWSEEAN IV

Session Chair: Prasan Kumar Sahoo, Vanung University

11A.1 Energy Efficient Sensor, Relay and Base Station Placements for Coverage, Connectivity and Routing

Maulin Patel, R. Chandrasekaran, S.Venkatesan, University of Texas at Dallas

11A.2 Dynamic Localization Control for Mobile Sensor Networks

Sameer Tilak, Vinay Kolar, Nael B. Abu-Ghazaleh, Kyoung-Don Kang, Binghampton University

11A.3 Optimal Common Transmit Power in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks

Sooksan Panichpapiboon, Ozan K. Tonguz, Gianluigi Ferrari, Carnegie Mellon University


11A.4 Minimum Cost Guaranteed Lifetime Design for Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs)

Quanghong Wang, Kenan Xu, Hossam Hassanein, Glen Takahara, Queen's University

Session 11B: RRM-WCN III

Session Chair: Christian Hartmann, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany

11B.1 A Feasible Approach for QoS Management in Coordinated Heterogeneous Radio Access Networks

R. Ramon Ferrús, A. Gelonch, O. Sallent, J. Pérez-Romero, UPC, Barcelona
N. Nafisi and M. Dohler, King's College London

11B.2 Resource Management for Handoff Traffic in Hierarchical Cellular Networks

Xiao Liu and Abraham O. Fapojuwo, University of Calgary

11B.3 A Novel Joint Radio Resource Management Approach with Reinforcement Learning Mechanisms

L. Giupponi, R. Agusti, J. Pérez-Romero, O. Sallent, UPC, Barcelona

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