DIMACS Workshop on Multicasting: Architectures, Algorithms and Applications

May 2 - 4, 2001
DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

Micah Adler, University of Massachusetts, micah@cs.umass.edu
D. Frank Hsu, Fordham University, hsu@trill.cis.fordham.edu
Presented under the auspices of the Special Year on Next Generation Networks Technologies and Applications.


Wednesday, May 2, 2001

8:00-9:00       Breakfast and Registration

9:00-9:20       Welcome and Greeting
                Mel Janowitz, Associate Director, DIMACS

9:20-10:10      Scheduled RMP and a Stock Market Application
                N.F. Maxemchuk, AT&T Labs, Shannon Laboratory

10:10-10:30     Morning Break

10:30-11:10     A Distributed QoS Multicast Routing Protocol
                Yuval Shavitt, Tel Aviv University

11:10-11:50     Computing Connectivity of Cayley Networks
                Shuhong Gao, Clemson University

12:00-1:30      Lunch Break

1:30-2:10       How To Spread a Rumor When Not Everyone is Talking
                to Each Other OR....
                Multicasting in Heterogeneous Networks
                Baruch Schieber, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

2:10-2:40       Building Dynamic VPN Multicast Trees Using Active
                Yaser Haggag, Dalhousie University

2:40-3:20       Fault-Tolerant and Time-Step Optimal Multicasting
                in Mesh Multicomputers Using Faulty-Block-Information
                Xiao Chen, Southwest Texas State University

3:20-3:40       Afternoon Break

3:40-4:20       A Scalable Topology for High-Speed LAN and WAN Networks
                Sotirios G. Ziavras, New Jersey Institute of Technology

4:20-4:50       Hierarchical Path QoS on the QoS-based Multicast Protocol     
                Yasuo Okabe, Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University

4:50-5:20       Deadlock-Free Prefix Multicasting in Irregular Networks
                Fei Dai, Florida Atlantic University

Thursday, May 3, 2001

8:00-9:00       Breakfast and Registration

9:00-9:50       The Challenge of Multicasting Over Ad Hoc Mobile
                Wireless Networks
                C-K. Toh, Georgia Institute of Technology

9:50-10:10      Morning Break

10:10-10:50     Multicast in Optical Networks
                J-C. Bermond, CNRS/UNSA/INRIA

10:50-11:30     Supporting Fast Intra-Domain Handoffs and Paging
                Using Multicast in the Dynamic Mobility Agent (DMA)
                Sajal K. Das, University of Texas at Arlington

11:30-12:00     Service Location Protocols and Architecture for
                Ad-Hoc Networks
                Guillermo Guichal, Georgia Institute of Technology

12:00-1:30      Lunch Break

1:30-2:10       Some Techniques for Multicasting in Hypercubes
                Hal Sudborough, The University of Texas at Dallas

2:10-2:40       Reducing The Multicast Routing State
                Michalis Faloutsos, University of California at Riverside

2:40-3:10       Distance Learning Using IP Multicasting for the
                Ateneo Educational System
                Rafael P. Saldana, Ateneo de Manila University

3:10-3:40       TBA
                J.J. Garcia Luna Aceves

3:40-4:00       Afternoon Break

4:00-5:00       Problem and Panel Session

6:00-8:00       Dinner
                DIMACS Lounge, Room 401

Friday, May 4, 2001

8:00-9:00       Breakfast and Registration

9:00-9:40       Bid-Based Pricing Approaches for Multicast
                Sessions in Heterogeneous Networking Environments
                Dan Rubenstein, Columbia University

9:40-10:20      Compression Using Efficient Multicasting
                Micah Adler, University of Massachusetts

10:40-11:20     Issues in Scalable Multicast Protocols #1
                Andrzej Proskurowski, University of Oregon

11:20-12:00     Issues in Scalable Multicast Protocols #2
                Virginia Lo, University of Oregon

12:00-1:30      Lunch Break

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