NTMS'2007 was the first IFIP International Conference on New Technologies, Mobility and Security that was held from May 2 to May 4, 2007 in Paris, France. It was aimed at fostering advances in the areas such as New Technologies, Wireless Networks, Mobile Computing, Ad hoc and Ambient Networks, QoS, Network Security and E-commerce. It provided a dynamic forum for researchers, students and professionals to present their research and development in these areas.
Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks Critical Transmission Range for Connectivity in Ad-Hoc Networks; Hossein Ajorloo, Mahdi Dehghan. ScatterFactory: An Architecture Centric Framework for Wireless Sensor Networks; Mohammad Al Saad, Jochen Schiller, Benjamin Hentrich. Performance of Multi-Hop Relaying Systems over Weibull Fading Channels; Salama Ikki, Mohamed Hossam Ahmed. Performance Study of a MAC Algorithm to Reduce Energy and Delay in Wireless Sensor Networks; Ioannis Gragopoulos, Ioannis Tsetsinas, Eirini Karapistoli and Fotini-Niovi Paulidou. A Fast and Efficient Source Authentication Solution for Broadcasting in Wireless Sensor Networks; Taojun Wu, Yi Cui, Brano Kusy, Akos Ledeczi, Janos Sallai, Nathan Skirvin, Jan Werner, Yuan Xue. Resource Management, QoS TMN Management Systems using a Grid based agnostic middleware; Pasquale Donadio, Antonio Cimmino, Bela Berde, Andrea Paparella. Direct RF Conversion Transceivers as a Base for Designing Dynamic Spectrum Allocation Systems; Oleg Panfilov, Antonio Turgeon, Ron Hickling, Igor Alexandrov, Kelly McClellan. Scalable Communication for High Performance and Inexpensive Reliable Strict QoS; Ing-Wher Chen, M Robert Ito. A User Interface for Resource Management in a Mobile Environment; Badr Benmammar, Zeina Jrad and Francine Krief. Application of Reuse Partitioning Concept to the IEEE 806.16 System: Design and Analysis; Soumaya Hamouda, Philippe Godlewski, S. Tabbane. Evaluation of the performance of the SLoPS: Available Bandwidth Estimation Technique in IEEE 802.11b Wireless Networks; Abadelaziz Amamra, Kun Mean Hou, Jean Pièrre Chanet. Quality of Service Provisioning Issue of Accessing IP Multimedia Subsystem via Wireless LANs; Asma Elmangosh, Majdi Ashibani, Fathi Ben Shatwan. Cross-Layer Design Three-color Marking with MLCN for Cross-layerTCP Congestion Control in Multi-hop Mobile Ad-hoc Networks; Yi-Jen Lu, Chi-Jen Huang, and Tsang-Ling Sheu. Joint cross-layer power control and FEC design for TCP Westwood+ in Hybrid Wireless-Wired Networks; Gennaro Boggia, Pietro Camarda, Alessandro D'Alconzo, Luigi Grieco, Saverio Mascolo. Joint Cross-layer and Dynamic Subcarrier Allocation Design for Multicast OFDM Networks; Hoda Najafi, Hassan Taheri, Hamidreza Amindavar, seyed Hossein Hosseini. Mobility Management, Handover and Power Management Handover Optimization for vehicle NEMO Networks; Lin Hai, Houda Labiod. Introducing L3 Network-based Mobility Management for Mobility-Unaware IP Hosts; Damjan Damic. WiMax-based Vertical handovers for Next Generation Networks; Nadine Adra, Samir Tohme, Mahmoud Doughan. A System-Level Analysis of Power Consumption & Optimizations in 3G Mobile Devices; Nicolas Sklavos, K. Touliou. Fault-Tolerance, Networks, Transport & Software Engineering Runtime software modification method used on COTS system for high-availability network service; Takashi Ikebe, Yasuro Kawarasaki, Naoki Uchida, Shoichi Hirasawa, Hiroki Honda. MRC Diversity Reception of OFDM with M-ary Modulation over Frequency-Selective Nakagami-m Fading Channels; Ahmed F. ALNahhal, Mohamed Khedr, Roshdy A. AbdelRassoul. Performance and flexibility of open source routing software; Vincenzo Eramo, Antonio Cianfrani. Emerging Wireless Communication Technologies; Ghaïs El Zein, Ali Khaleghi. Upgrade of a Composite-Star Optical Network; Stefano Secci, Brunilde Sanso. An Adaptive Approach to Optimize Software Component Quality Predictive Models: Case of Stability; Danielle Azar, Doina Precup. Transport Information Collection Protocol with clustering of information sources; Mohamed Karim SBAI, Chadi Barakat. Security Virtual
NTMS'2007 is the first International Conference on New Technologies, Mobility and Security that will be held from May 2 to May 4, 2007 in Paris, France
Provides a dynamic forum for researchers, students and professionals
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