DIMACS Workshop on Resource Management and Scheduling in Next Generation Networks

March 26 - 27, 2001
DIMACS Center, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ

Matthew Andrews, Bell Labs, andrews@research.bell-labs.com
M. Franklin, University of California, Berkeley, franklin@cs.berkeley.edu
S. Muthukrishnan, AT&T Labs, muthu@research.att.com
Rajmohan Rajaraman, Northeastern University, rraj@ccs.neu.edu
Roy Yates, Rutgers University, ryates@winlab.rutgers.edu
Presented under the auspices of the Special Year on Next Generation Networks Technologies and Applications.


Monday, March 26, 2001

8:00-9:00	Breakfast and Registration

9:00-9:15	Welcome and Greeting:
                Fred S. Roberts, Matthew Andrews, 
                S. Muthukrishnan and Rajmohan Rajaraman

9:15-9:45	Increased Wireless Capacity Via Scattering
		Mike Andrews, Bell Labs

9:50-10:20	Frame Structure Adaptation for QoS-based
		Resource Management in Wireless Packet
		Data Networks
		Sajal Das, University of Texas at Arlington		

10:20-10:50	Morning break	

10:50-11:20	TCP and Active Queue Management
		Don Towsley, University of Massachusetts

11:25-11:55	Duality Model of TCP and Queue Management
		Steve Low, Caltech

12:00-12:30     Content Delivery Networks - Practice 
		and Theory
		Ravi Sundaram, Akamai

12:30-1:30	Lunch

1:30-2:00	Path Computation and Network Planning
		Problems in Optical Networks
		Rakesh Sinha, Ciena

2:05-2:35	Algorithms and Architectures for Optical
		Packet Fabrics
		Dimitri Stiliadis, Bell Labs

2:40-3:10	Resource Allocation under SLA Constraints
		Zhen Liu, IBM

3:10-3:40	Afternoon break

3:40-4:10       Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks
                Rajiv Vijayakumar, University of Michigan	

4:15-4:45	On-Line Algorithms for the Maximum Disjoint
                Paths Problems
                Christian Scheideler, Johns Hopkins University
Tuesday, March 27, 2001

8:30-9:15	Breakfast and Registration

9:15-9:45	Content Delivery Using Error Correcting Codes
		Amin Shokrollahi, Digital Fountain

9:50-10:20	Fine-Grained Layered Multicast
		John Byers, Boston University

10:20-10:50	Morning break

10:50-11:20	Scheduling Your Network Connections
		Mor Harchol-Balter, Carnegie Mellon University

11:25-11:55	Expressing Statistical Multiplexing Gain
		with Effective Envelopes
		Jorg Liebeherr, University of Virginia

12:00-12:30	QoS Scheduling Over a Time-Varying Wireless Channel 
                Sasha Stolyar, Bell Labs

12:30-1:30	Lunch

1:30-2:00	Broadcast Scheduling for Set Requests
		Vincenzo Liberatore, Case Western Reserve University

2:05-2:35	Scheduling Broadcasts in Wireless Networks
		Kirk Pruhs, University of Pittsburgh

2:35-3:05	Afternoon break

3:05-3:35	Practical LFU Implementation for Web Caching
		George Karakostas, Telcordia Technologies
                Dimitrios Serpanos, University of Patras

3:40-4:10	Resource Management Issues in Content Delivery
		Networks (CDNs)
		Michael Rabinovich, AT&T

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