IB/TIB Hannover ICCgOOl - GBV · Ll00A,JL0) IB/TIB Hannover ICCgOOl THEIEEE INTERNATIONAL...

of 6/6
Ll00A,JL0) IB/TIB Hannover ICCgOOl THE IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMMUNICATIONS iff * lti„ , ^0T Helsinki, Finland June 11 -14,2001 I Conferen Record ICC gs « IEEE itrr COMMUNICATION snrirTv GLOBECOM e 10 of 10
  • date post

    27-Jun-2020
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    1
  • download

    0

Embed Size (px)

Transcript of IB/TIB Hannover ICCgOOl - GBV · Ll00A,JL0) IB/TIB Hannover ICCgOOl THEIEEE INTERNATIONAL...

  • Ll00A,JL0)IB/TIB Hannover

    ICCgOOlTHE IEEE INTERNATIONAL

    CONFERENCE ON COMMUNICATIONS

    iff * lti„ , , ^0T

    Helsinki, Finland

    June 11 -14,2001

    I Conferen

    Record

    ICC

    gs «

    IEEEitrr

    COMMUNICATION

    snrirTvGLOBECOM

    e 10 of 10

  • Volume 9 of 10

    HURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2001

    13:30-15:00

    SESSION QOS70: QOSAND NEllHHfrlARACTERIZATION

    Organizer: Weider Yu, Lucent TechnolilH^Bf-abs, USAChair: Timo Korhonen, Helsinki UniveMHBp,nolo9yi Finland

    QOS70.1 ON APPROXIMATE gfflPpty. MODELS FOR THE SUPERPOSITION OF RENEWALSOURCES :,v!Hi; 2901

    Payam Torab, Movaz Networks, USA; Edward Kamen, Georgia Inst of Tech.,USA

    QOS70.2 TOOLS OF COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AS APPLIEDTO BANDWIDTH

    ALLOCATION IN ATM NETWORKS 2907

    Salah Al-Sharhan, Fakhreddine Karray, Wail Gueaieb, Univ. of Waterloo, Canada

    QOS70.3 DELAY CALCULUS FOR DIFFERENTIATED SERVICES NETWORKS 2912

    Luca Veltn, Coritel, Italy

    QOS70.4 DYNAMIC PARTITIONING OF LINK BANDWIDTH IN IP/MPLS NETWORKS 2918

    Veselin Rakocevic, John Griffiths, QMW College, Univ. of London, UK;

    Graham Cope, Fujitsu Telecommunication Europe Ltd, UK

    QOS70.5 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION FOR DIFFERENT SUGGESTED WIRELESS

    ATM SYSTEMS 2923

    M Mazen Al-Khatib, Mashuil Huq, Rhishikesh Muiey, Univ. of South Alabama, USA

    QOS70.6 ADAPTIVE CHANNEL MANAGEMENT FOR ROUTING AND HANDOFF IN BROADBAND WATM

    MOBILE SATELLITE NETWORKS 2928

    Jing Chen, Abbas Jamalipour, Univ. of Sydney, Australia

    QOS70.7 IMPACT OF TRANSMIT RANGE ON THROUGHPUT PERFORMANCE IN MOBILE

    AD HOC NETWORKS 2933

    Eryk Dutkiewicz, Motorola, Australia

    QOS70.8 AN ADAPTIVE FEC WITH QOS PROVISIONING FOR REAL-TIME TRAFFIC IN LEO SATELLITE

    NETWORKS 2938

    Sungrae Cho, Ana Goulart, Ian Akyildiz, Nikil Jayant, Georgia Inst, of Tech., USA

    QOS70.9 POWER ALLOCATION AND CAPACITY ANALYSIS IN MULTI-CLASS DS-CDMA

    SYSTEMS WITH POWER CONTROL ERROR 2943

    Min Kyu Park, LG Electronics Inc., Korea, Seong Keun Oh, Ajou Univ., Korea

    SESSION G71: SELECTED TOPICS IN COMMUNICATIONS THEORY II Volume 10 of 10 |Organizer: Ramjee Prasad, Aalborg University, Denmark;

    Sudhanshu Jamuar, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India

    Chair: Ramjee Prasad, Aalborg University, Denmark

    G71.1 PERFORMANCE OF ULTRA-WIDEBAND COMMUNICATIONS IN THE PRESENCE OF

    INTERFERENCE 2948

    Li Zhao, Alexander Haimovich, Haim Grebel, New Jersey Inst, of Technology, USA

    G71.2 FRAME-ALIGNMENT MONITORING FOR STM-1 FRAME 2953

    Dragana Bajic, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia; Jakov Stojanovic, MOBTEL, Yugoslavia

    G71.3 GENERALIZED KAY ESTIMATOR FOR THE FREQUENCY OF A SINGLE COMPLEX

    SINUSOID 2958

    Eirik Rosnes, University of Bergen, Norway; Anders Vahlin, Nera ASA, Norway

    G71.4 A REDUCED COMPLEXITY HIGHLY POWER/BANDWIDTH EFFICIENT CODED FQPSK

    SYSTEM WITH ITERATIVE DECODING 2963

    Marvin Simon, Dariush Divsalar, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA

    G71.5 SOFT-COMBINING FOR LINEAR UNEQUAL ERROR PROTECTION CODES 2970

    Hans-Juergen Zepernick, Bijan Rohani, Australian Telecommunications Cooperative Res. Centre, Australia

    G71.6 MINIMUM-DISTANCE DECODING OF REDUNDANT RESIDUE NUMBER SYSTEM

    CODES 2975

    LL Yang, Lajos Hanzo, Univ of Southampton, UK

    G71 7 CONSTANT MODULUS ALGORITHM ASSISTED SOFT DECISION-FEEDBACK

    EQUALIZATION 2980

    Spyros Vlahoyiannatos, Lajos Hanzo, Univ, of Southampton, UK

    xxxviii

  • Volume 10 of 10

    HURSDAY, JUNE 14, 200113:30-15:00

    SESSION G72: CDMA

    Organizer: Tjeng T. Tjhung, National ufggjgQPingaporeChair: Wen-Yi Kuo, Wiscom Technolog^^^G72.1 A CODE COMBINING R^^^pEIVER FOR W-CDMA 2985Hong Zhou, Osaka Inst, of Technology, Japanfisutomu Takeuchi, Kyoto Sangyo Univ., JapanG72.2 THE MULTICODE INTERLEAVED DSSS SYSTEM FOR HIGH SPEED WIRELESS DIGITALCOMMUNICATIONS 2990Xiaojing Huang, Motorola Australian Research Center, Australia; Yunxin Li, Motorola Australian Research Center, Australia

    G72.3 CDMA FORWARD LINK PERFORMANCE EVALUATION USING PROPAGATIONMEASUREMENTS 2995Geoffrey Messier, Nortel Networks/TRLabs, Canada; John Nielsen, Research in Motion Ltd., Canada;Witold Krzymien, Univ. of Alberta/TRLabs, Canada

    G72.4 SENSITIVITY OF ADVANCED WIDEBAND CDMA NETWORK CAPACITY TO VARIOUS CHANNELAND SYSTEM PARAMETER IMPERFECTIONS 3000Pekka Pirinen, Savo Glisic, Univ, of Oulu, Finland

    G72.5 UPLINK CAPACITY ANALYSIS OF A SPECTRALLY OVERLAID MULTI-BAND CDMASYSTEM WITH INTER- AND INTRA-CELL INTERFERENCES 3005Ronghong Mo, Yong Huat Chew, Chung Ko Chi, National Univ. of Singapore, Singapore

    G72.6 SS-CDMA FLEXIBLE WIRELESS NETWORK: APPROXIMATELY SYNCHRONIZED CDMAMODEM FOR UPLINK 3012Suguru KAMEDA, Tohoku Univ,, Japan; Kouichi TAKAHASHI, Tohoku Univ., Japan; Hiroyuki NAKASE, Tohoku Univ., Japan;Kazuo TSUB0UCHI, Tohoku Univ., Japan

    G72.7 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF ULTRAWIDEBAND TIME-HOPPING CODE DIVISIONMULTIPLE ACCESS SYSTEMS: UNCODED AND CODED SCHEMES 3017Amir Forouzan, Masoumeh Nasiri-Kenari, Jawad Salehi, Sharif Univ. of Tech., Iran

    G72.8 THE INVESTIGATION ON THE DATA TRANSMISSION CONTROL SCHEMES BASED ONCDMA2000 3022Guang Yang, Dacheng Yang, Wenbo Wang, Beijing Univ. of Posts and Telecommunications, China

    SESSION G73: CODING FOR FADING CHANNELS

    Organizer: Marco Chiani, University of Bologna, ItalyChair: Nandana Rajatheva, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

    G73.1 CONCATENATED CODES WITH INTERLEAVER FOR DIGITAL TRANSMISSION OVERMOBILE CHANNELS 3026Sergio Benedetto, Guido Montorsi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; Roberto Garello, Universita' di Ancona, Italy

    G73.2 BURST-BY-BURST ADAPTIVE DECISION FEEDBACK EQUALIZED TCM, TTCM, BICMANDBICM-ID 3031

    S.X. Ng, C.H. Wong, Lajos Hanzo, Univ. of Southampton, UK

    G73.3 PERFORMANCE OF HYBRID ARQ SCHEMES FOR THE FADING CHANNEL 3036Fulvio Babich, University of Trieste, Italy

    G73.4 DIVERSITY RECEPTION SCHEMES FOR COFDM IN A MOBILE ENVIRONMENT UTILIZING

    SOFT-BIT INFORMATION 3041

    Jukka Rinne, Tampere Univ. of Technology, Finland

    G73.5 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SPACE-TIME CODES IN WIDEBAND CDMA OVER

    FREQUENCY-SELECTIVE RAYLEIGH FADING DOWNLINK CHANNEL 3046Esa Kunnari, Djordje Tujkovic, Univ. of Oulu, Finland

    G73.6 PERFORMANCE OF TURBO CODES WITH MULTILEVEL MODULATION AND TURBO

    EQUALIZATION OVER FREQUENCY SELECTIVE FADING CHANNEL 3051

    Chantri Polprasert, Asian Inst, of Technology, Thailand; R.M.A.P. Rajatheva, Helsinki Univ. of Technology, Finland

    G73.7 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SPACE-TIME CODING FOR EDGE 3056Radha Srinivasan, Riku Pirhonen, Nokia Research Center, USA; Markku Heikkila, Nokia Mobile Phones, Finland

    G73.8 FIELD TESTS TO MEASURE THE SPACE-TIME CHARACTERISTICS OF NARROWBAND

    WIRELESS CHANNELS IN MULTIPLE ANTENNA SYSTEMS 3061

    David Browne, Michael Fitz, The Ohio State Univ., USA

    xxxix

  • Volume 10 of 10

    HURSDAY, JUNE 14, 200113:30-15:00

    SESSION G74: EQUALIZATION^^^^JNEL ESTIMATIONOrganizer: Kari-Pekka Estola, Nokia,Chair: PetriJarske, Nokia, Finland

    G74.1 A SIMPLIFIED DIAGONteCAST ARCHITECTURE WITH ITERATIVE PARALLEL-INTERFERENCECANCELLATION RECEIVERS 3067

    Mathini Sellathurai, McMaster Univ., Canada; Simon Haykin, McMasterUniv., Canada

    G74.2 ITERATIVE HYBRID DECISION-AIDED EQUALIZATION FOR WIRELESS

    COMMUNICATIONS 3072

    Kanne Gosse, Motorola, France; Arnauld Taffin, Nortel Networks, France; Yumin Lee, National Taiwan Univ., Taiwan

    G74.3 SIGNAL DETECTION FOR MIMO-OFDM WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS 3077

    Ye Li, Georgia Tech, USA; Jack Winters, Nelson Sollenberger, AT&T Labs - Research, USA

    G74.4 BLIND EQUALIZATION FOR FAST FREQUENCY SELECTIVE FADING CHANNELS 3082

    Juraci Galdino, Marcelo Alencar, UFPB, Brazil

    G74.5 USING DENOISING IN FREQUENCY SELECTIVE CHANNELS 3087

    Juraci Galdino, Marcelo Alencar, UFPB, Brazil

    G74.6 ACCURATE ERROR PROBABILITY ESTIMATE USING MOMENT METHOD FOR DECISION-FEEDBACK

    EQUALIZATION IN DIGITAL CELLULAR MOBILE RADIO WITH OPTIMUM DIVERSITY

    COMBINING 3092

    Sheng-Chou Lin, Juin-Ming Tsai, Fu-Jen Catholic Univ., Taiwan

    G74.7 ADAPTIVE LOCAL EXPONENTIAL BASES FOR ESTIMATION OF LINEAR TIME-VARYING

    CHANNELS 3097

    Ravi Narasimhan, Marvell Semiconductor, USA

    G74.8 DETECTION OF FADING OVERLAPPING MULTIPATH COMPONENTS FOR MOBILE-POSITIONING

    SYSTEMS 3102

    Nabil Yousef, Ali Sayed, Univ. of California at Los Angeles, USA

    SESSION G75: NETWORK SWITCHES AND ROUTING, MAINLY FOR ATM

    Organizer: Horst Besier, Deutsche Telekom/T-NOVA, Germany; G.S. Kuo, National Chengchi University, TaiwanChair: Horst Besier, Deutsche Telekom/T-NOVA, Germany; Necdet Uzun, AuroraNetics, USA

    G75.1 A NOBLE CONSOLIDATION ALGORITHM FOR POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT ABR SERVICE

    IN ATM NETWORKS 3107

    Md. Shamsuzzaman, Anil Gupta, NTU, Singapore

    G75.2 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF THE DUAL-BANYAN ATM SWITCH 3112

    Igor Radusiriovic, Milica Pejanovic-Djurisic, Univ. of Montenegro, Yugoslavia; Zoran Petrovic, Univ. of Belgrade, YugoslaviaG75.3 5-TBIT/S FRAME-BASED ATM SWITCHING SYSTEM USING 2.5-GBIT/S X 8

    OPTICALWDM LINKS 3117

    Kimihiro Yamakoshi, Kohei Nakai, Nobuaki Matsuura, Eiji Oki, Naoaki Yamanaka, NTT, Japan; Ryusuke Kawano, NTT Electronics, JapanG75.4 FUZZY SERVICE SCHEDULING SCHEME IN ATM NETWORKS 3122

    Chi-Chung Cheung, City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Hon-Wai Chu, Open Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong KongG75.5 REDUCING CRANKBACKOVERHEAD IN HIERARCHICAL ROUTING IN ATM NETWORKS 3125

    Hsien-Kang Chung, Ben-Jye Chang, Ren-Hung Hwang, CSIE/CCU, Taiwan

    G75.6 DYNAMIC MULTIPATH ROUTING IN NETWORKS AND SWITCHES CARRYING

    CONNECTION-ORIENTED TRAFFIC 3130Swades De, Sajal Das, Univ. ofTexas at Arlington, USA; Ozan Tonguz, Carnegie Mellon Univ., USA

    G75.7 ON THE ANALYSIS OF OPTICAL CROSS-CONNECTS WITH LIMITED WAVELENGTHCONVERSION CAPABILITY 3135

    Teck-Yoong Chai, Tee-Hiang Cheng, Chao Lu, Gangxiang Shen, Network Tech. Research Centre, Singapore Sanjay Bose,Indian Institute of Tech., India

    G75.8 ANALYTICAL MODELING OF MULTICAST-PUSHOUT IN SHARED-MEMORY ATMSWITCHES 3140Julian Ho, La Trobe Univ., Australia; Samar Singh, La Trobe Univ., Australia; Neeraj Sharma, Clarkson Univ., USA

    xl

  • Volume 10 of 10

    HURSDAY, JUNE 14, 200113:30-15:00

    SESSION G76: INFORMATION N||f|||§p5 FOR SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONSOrganizer: Takaya Yamazato, Nagoya ^^^HHapanChair: Iwao Sasase, Keio University, j||^WBre Jamalipour, University of Sydney, AustraliaG76.1 PROPOSAL OF A MODl^^^^SION OF THE SLOW START ALGORITHM TO IMPROVETCPPERFORMANCE OVER LARGE* DELAY SATELLITE CHANNELS 3145Mario Marchese, Univ. of Genoa, Italy

    G76.2 ON SATELLITE MULTICAST TO HETEROGENEOUS RECEIVERS 3150Apinun Tunpan, M. Scott Corson, Inst, for Systems Research, USA

    G76.3 DYNAMIC RESOURCE ASSIGNMENT FOR STRATOSPHERIC PLATFORMCOMMUNICATION SYSTEM WITH MULTIBEAM ANTENNA 3155Chen He, Shanghai Jiaotong Univ., China

    G76.4 CODE DIVISION ACCESS AND SWITCHING FOR MULTIBEAM SATELLITECOMMUNICATIONS 3160Diakoumis Gerakoulis, AT&T Labs-Research, USA; Evaggelos Geraniotis, Univ. of Maryland, USA

    G76.5 COMPARISON OF CDMA AND FDMA/TDMA IN NON-GEO SATELLITE SYSTEMS 3167Naoki Ichikawa, Masaaki Katayama, Hiraku Okada, Takaya Yamazato, Nagoya Univ., Japan; Akira Ogawa, Meijyo Univ., JapanG76.6 LOGICAL TOPOLOGY-BASED ROUTING IN LEO CONSTELLATIONS 3172Yurong Hu, Victor On Kwok Li, Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong KongG76.7 TRAFFIC LOAD OPTIMIZATION FOR MULTIPLE SATELLITES SYSTEM UNDER POWERLIMIT CONSTRAINTS 3177Shinobu Nanba, Satoshi Konishi, Shinichi Nomoto, KDD R&D Laboratories inc., JapanG76.8 ADAPTIVE BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION METHODS IN THE SATELLITE ENVIRONMENT 3183Raffaele Boila, Franco Davoli, Mario Marchese, Univ. of Genova, Italy

    SESSION G77a: ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN OF ADHOC NETWORKS

    Organizer: Ibrahim Habib, City University of New York, USAChair: Nader Mir, University of Kentucky at Lexington, USA

    G77a.1 A RELIABLE ROUTE SELECTION ALGORITHM USING GLOBAL POSITIONINGSYSTEMS IN AD-HOC NETWORKS 3191Won-lk Kim, Dong-Hee Kwon, Young-Joo Suh, POSTECH, Korea

    G77a.2 MULTICAST PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION AND VALIDATION IN AN AD HOCNETWORKTESTBED 3196

    Sang Ho Bae, UCLA, USA; Sung-Ju Lee, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, USA; Mario Gerla, UCLA, USA

    G77a.3 SPLIT MULTIPATH ROUTING WITH MAXIMALLY DISJOINT PATHS IN AD HOCNETWORKS 3201

    Sung-Ju Lee, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, USA; Mario Gerla, UCLA, USA

    G77a.4 DYNAMIC LOAD-AWARE ROUTING IN AD HOC NETWORKS 3206

    Sung-Ju Lee, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, USA; Mario Gerla, UCLA, USA

    xli

  • Volume 10 of 10

    HURSDAY, JUNE 14, 200113:30-15:00

    SESSION G77b: TRANSPORT (HHBHBROTOCOL

    Organizer: Ibrahim Habib, City UniverJ|^^^^)rk, USAChair: Oliver Yang, University of Ottav

    G77b.1 PERFORMANCE ANAI^^^PTCP OVERWIRELESS LINK WITH DEDICATEDBUFFERS AND LINK LEVEL ERRbktiONTROL 3211Hung-Kai Shiu, National Chung Cheng Univ., Taiwan, Yi-Hao Chang, National Chung Cheng Univ., Taiwan;Ting-Chao Hou, National Chung Cheng Univ., Taiwan; Cheng-Shong Wu, National Chung Cheng Univ., Taiwan

    G77b.2 AN ADAPTIVE BUFFER MANAGEMENT MECHANISM FOR IMPROVING TCP BEHAVIOR UNDER

    HEAVY LOAD 3217

    James Aweya, Nortel Networks, Canada; Michel Ouellette, Nortel Networks, Canada; Delfin Montuno, Nortel Networks, Canada,Alan Chapman, Nortel Networks, Canada

    G77b.3 ANALYSIS OF A WINDOW-BASED FLOW CONTROL MECHANISM BASED ON TCP

    VEGAS IN HETEROGENEOUS NETWORK ENVIRONMENT 3224

    Keiichi Takagaki, Osaka Univ., Japan; Hiroyuki Ohsaki, Osaka Univ., Japan;Masayuki Murata, Osaka Univ., Japan

    G77b.4 PERFORMANCE DEGRADATION OF TCP VEGAS IN ASYMMETRIC NETWORKS AND I

    TS REMEDIES 3229

    Fu Chengpeng, Chinese Univ. of HongKong, Hong Kong; Chung Ling-chi, Chinese Univ. of HongKong, Hong Kong; Liew Soung Chang,Chinese Univ of HongKong, Hong Kong

    SESSION G78: COMMUNICATIONS SOFTWARE

    Organizer: Algirdas Pakstas, University of North London, UK

    Chair: TBA

    G78.1 DESIGN OF THE DATA-RETRIEVING ENGINE FOR DISTRIBUTED MULTIMEDIA

    PRESENTATIONS 3237

    Chun-Chuan Yang, National Chi Nan University, Taiwan

    G78.2 USER-INTERACTION SUPPORTED DATA-RETRIEVING ENGINE FOR DISTRIBUTED MULTIMEDIA

    PRESENTATIONS 3244

    Chun-Chuan Yang, National Chi Nan University, Taiwan

    G78.3 GENERATING FULLY EXECUTABLE TEST SUITE AUTOMATICALLY 3251

    Yixin Zhao, Tsinghua Univ., China; Xia Yin, Tsinghua Univ,, China; Jianping Wu, Tsinghua Univ., China

    G78.4 MODELLING AND PERFORMANCE DESIGN OF DISTRIBUTED INTELLIGENT

    NETWORKS 3256

    Vassilios Stathopoulos, NTUA, Greece; lakovos Venieris, NTUA, Greece

    G78.5 TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS MODELING

    USING C++ 3262

    David LaRocque, Nokia Research Center, USA; Balaji Raghothaman, Nokia Research Center, USA; Thomas Derryberry, Nokia ResearchCenter, USA; George Fry, Nokia Research Center, USA

    G78.6 USE OF COPS FOR INTSERV OPERATIONS OVER DIFFSERV: ARCHITECTURAL

    ISSUES, PROTOCOL DESIGN AND TEST-BED IMPLEMENTATION 3265Stefano Salsano, CoRiTeL, Italy; Roberto Mameli, CoRiTeL, Italy

    G78.7 SECURE WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS IN PUBLIC PLACES 3271

    Paramvir Bahl, Microsoft Research, USA; Anand Balachandran, Univ. of California, San Diego, USA;Srinivasan Venkatachary, Microsoft Research, USA

    xlii