By Eric Y. Chen (auth.), Ian W. Marshall, Scott Nettles, Naoki Wakamiya (eds.)

This quantity of the LNCS sequence includes the papers authorised for presentation on the 3rd IFIP overseas operating convention on energetic networks (IWAN 2001). The workshop used to be held on the Sheraton collage urban inn, in Philadelphia united states, and was once hosted through the collage of Pennsylvania. lively networks objective to ease the creation of community providers by way of including dynamic programmability to community units resembling routers, and making elements of the programmability obtainable to clients. energetic networks study has eager about the advance and checking out of lively ideas, that let dynamic programmability in a networked setting. those recommendations have a large choice of functions. At IWAN 2001 we aimed to compile individuals of many of the groups utilizing energetic and comparable concepts, and supply a discussion board for dialogue and collaboration, related to researchers, builders, and capability clients. Papers offered at IWAN 2001 coated the appliance of energetic concepts to many elements of community established conversation, together with lively multicast, energetic QoS, energetic protection, lively GRIDs, and energetic administration. moreover, there have been papers on architectures, language, and API matters. even supposing there have been in simple terms 22 submissions, the traditional of the ten accredited papers was once very excessive. This indicated essentially quite a lot of ongoing top of the range study in lively networking, regardless of the present destructive financial stipulations within the telecommunications undefined. The papers additionally established that the learn is really worldwide, and justifies a global workshop of this sort. we wish to thank the entire authors who submitted their work.

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When a packet arrives at a node, it goes into the input buffer through L1/L2 input interface. Then execution unit starts the program execution, using registers, functional units and if necessary, interacting with various memories through Memory Management Unit (MMU). The contents of the input buffer may be copied to output buffer byte by byte, or in a block using a burst-copy function unit. When the output buffer is filled correctly, FUNC OUT SINGLE or OUT MULTI instruction (explained in the next subsection) in the program asks the block to move to input queue of the switching module, goes through the switch, and is sent finally to the next node through L1/L2 output interface.

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A sample application, contents-sensitive multicast on our StreamCode emulator, in which a streaming application on a server attaches appropriate multicast program for each contents, optimizes packet loss in multicast in per-user and per-contents basis. 1 Introduction End-to-end argument [1] pointed out that some functions must be placed on end user terminals, whether or not equivalent functions are implemented on network nodes. , the sophistication of TCP congestion control mechanism or the introduction of URL, new addressing scheme without modifying routers.

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