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Computer Communication Review   36 (5): 41-46. Peng, G. (2004). CDN: Content distribution network, Technical Report cs-NI-0411069 , Computing Research Repository Perros, H. (2005). Connection-oriented Networks, SONET/SDH, ATM, MPLS and Optical Networks , John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, Chichester. Piro, M. and Medhi, D. (2004). Routing, Flow, and Capacity Design in Communication and Computer Networks , Morgan Kaufman Publishers, San Francisco, CA. Qiu, L., Padmanabhan, V. and Voelker, G. (2001). On the placement of web server replicas


In modern computer networks, agent-based systems are widely used. The very fundamental usage of agents are for management systems e.g. supporting SNMP-based databases and multiple client-server communications. This paper describes the Pay&Require mechanism implementing a multi-agent approach for a QoS-enabled computer network. The unique features of the P&R system are its comprehensive approach to the cooperation of agents dedicated to traffic monitoring, the selective response to the QoS-oriented admission of user requests, event-driven reconfiguration and transmission quality brokerage. The brokerage in quality purchase was based on different models – from a simple reactive agent to an agent with learning capabilities. The presented approach uses auctions in which agents (brokers) can buy quality parameters according to customer requirements. The use of auctions allows the dynamic pricing of data transmission services.

383 13.1 Introduction Computer networks may be a new technology that shifts the production function. Our previous research (Atrostic and Nguyen 2005) found a pos- itive and significant relationship between computer networks and labor productivity in U.S. manufacturing, using the first survey data on the pres- ence of computer networks in manufacturing plants, collected in the 1999 Computer Network Use Survey (CNUS). We controlled for other inputs to production, plant characteristics, and the endogeneity of computer net- works. However, because no data to proxy

Today, teleoperation over the computer network, like the Internet, is getting reality. Although today´s network technology provides us many useful features to realize teleoperation system, it´s time-varying communication delay makes force-reflecting bilateral feedback system unstable. Communication delay over the computer network also makes performing a task difficult, especially when the remote environment changes dynamically.

In this paper, first, we propose an alternative teleoperation system which could realize force-reflecting bilateral feedback over the computer network with varying time delay. Then we propose environmental predictive teleoperation system for manipulation of dynamic environment.

The proposed systems are implemented on experimental master-slave manipulator system and experimental results illustrate the validity of the system.

The cold warmth of communication in computer networks1 Richard W. Janney 1. Introduction: Digital writing? [ : - ( ] They that make them shall be like unto them. 113th Psalm According to Vilem Flusser (1989), communication in computer networks via written words will someday be a thing of the past — a relic of the tran- sitional period between alphabetical and digital writing. Flusser argues that in coming decades, if we wish to understand interaction with, and through, computers, it will become necessary to turn away from written language, and learn new

.D., Devetsikiotis, M., Viniotis, Y. and Rodriguez, A. (2010). An autonomic service delivery platform for service-oriented network environments, IEEE Transactions on Services Computing 3 (2): 104–115. Chabarek, J., Sommers, J., Barford, P., Estan, C., Tsiang, D. and Wright, S. (2008). Power awareness in network design and routing, 27th Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM 2008), Phoenix, AZ, USA , pp. 457–465. Chen, L., Low, S.H. and Doyle, J.C. (2011). Cross-layer design in multihop wireless networks, Computer Networks 55 (2): 480–496. Chiang, M., Low, S

-165- System design and biomedical data processing in a life support Computer network System for aged people S. KATO, S. TAKEDA, K. TORIUMI, and M. NOGUCHI Osten. Ges. f. Biomedizinische Technik (ÖGBMT), Österr. Ges. für Medizinische Physik (ÖGMP) 1. Introduction Aged people who live alone are in particular need of a daily health check, medication, and warm communication with family and friends. Thus a human-friendly communication System is essential for the physical and mental care of aged people. To achieve human-friendly communication with a personal Computer

Werkzeugintegration und -verwaltung in heterogenen Computernetzwerken Tool Integration and Management in Heterogeneous Computer Networks Heinz-Josef Eikerling, Siemens Business Services Wolfgang Müller, Universität Paderborn Jan Wegner, Zuken GmbH Mit der Verfügbarkeit von zunehmend komplexeren Computernetzwerken stellt sich auch immer mehr die Aufgabe der automatisierten Installation und Verwaltung von Anwen- dungssoftware im heterogenen Rechnerverbund. Der vorliegende Beitrag stellt einen neuen Ansatz zur dynamischen Werkzeugverwaltung durch Kombination von

of the International Conference on Infor- mation Processing, U N E S C O . Butterworths, London (1959), S. 423-424. Leistungsanalyse einer Klasse von Kommunikations- protokollen für Rechnernetze Analytical performance evaluation of communication protocols for computer networks A. BADACH Elektron. Rechenanl. 26 (1984), H. 3, s. 130-139 Institut für Telekommunikation, Manuskripteingang: 27. September 1983 Technische Universität Gdansk, Polen In diesem Aufsatz werden zwei Kommunikationsprotokolle mit sog. Globalquittungen analytisch untersucht, d.h. sol- che