4th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks

			  September 20 -- 23, 1995
			    Imperial Palace Hotel
			      Las Vegas, Nevada

	      Sponsored by USC Communication Sciences Institute,
		       SRI International, and DataTech,
			     in cooperation with
	       NASA, NSF, NIST, USL, IEEE Computer Society, and
			 IEEE Communication Society

			     Keynote Speakers:

                * Pat Gary              NASA
		* Simon S. Lam		University of Texas, Austin
		* Barry Leiner          ARPA
		* M. Tamer Ozsu		University of Alberta, Canada
		* Tony Pressley		Department of Defense (DoD)
		* Avi Silberschatz	AT&T Bell Lab.
		* W. David Sincoskie	Bellcore
                * David Su              NIST

			   Tuesday, September 19

6:00-8:00pm	Registration

			   Wednesday, September 20

7:30-8:30am	Registration

8:30-8:45am	Opening Session: Kia Makki
				 IC3N'95 Program Chair

8:45-9:45am	Keynote Speaker: Tony Pressley, Department of Defense (DoD)
                  "The Impact of the Network on both DoD and Industry"

9:45-10:00am	Coffee Break

10:00-11:15am 	Three Parallel Sessions (1 ,2 ,3)

Session 1:	Performance Modeling I
        	Chair: Kabekode Bhat, AT&T

		1. Performance Study of a Selective Encryption Scheme for the 
		   Security of Networked, Real-Time Video (Ref. No. 161, Regular)

		   Tracy Bradley Maples	(California State Univ., Long Beach)
		   George Anastassios Spanos	(California State University, Long Beach)

		2. Adaptive CACs Using Bayesian Performance Estimation 
		   (Ref. No. 13, Regular)

		   Hiroshi Saito	(NTT)

		3. Object Oriented Modeling of Communication Protocols for 
		   Re-Use (Ref. No. 181, Short)

		   Andrew A Hanish	(La Trobe University)
		   Tharam S Dillon	(La Trobe University)

Session 2:	Protocol I
		Chair: Yann-Hang Lee, University of Florida

		1. A Group Communication Protocol for Distributed Network 
		   Management Systems (Ref. No. 17, Short)

		   Kwang-Hui Lee	(Changwon National University)

		2. Reachability Problems for Cyclic Protocols (Ref. No. 143, Regular)

		   Raymond E Miller	(University of Maryland at College Park)
		   Hong Liu		(University of Maryland at College Park)

		3. An Efficient Method for Protocol Conversion 
		   (Ref. No. 146, Regular)

		   Zhong Ping Tao	(Univ. de Montreal)

Session 3:	Traffic Management
		Chair: Christophe Loge, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France

		1. A Discrete Time Analysis of TCP in Presence of Cross
		   Traffic (Ref. No. 190, Regular)

		   Denis Collange	(France Telecom - CNET)
		   Patrick Brown	(France Telecom - CNET)
		   Caroline Fenzy	(France Telecom - CNET)

		2. On Reachability and Reverse Reachability Analysis of 
		   Communicating Finite State Machines (Ref. 75, Regular)

		   Wuxu Peng		(Southwest Texas State University)
		   Kia Makki		(University of Nevada, Las Vegas)

		3. Routing Multicast Connections with Optimal Network Cost
		   in ATM Networks (Ref. No. 57, Short)

		   Xiaohua Jia		(City University of Hong Kong)
		   C H Lee		(City University of Hong Kong)
		   J M Ng		(City University of Hong Kong)
		   E Chan		(City University of Hong Kong)


11:15-11:30am 	Coffee Break

11:30-12:30pm	Three Parallel Sessions (4, 5, 6)

Session 4:	Internet Service
		Chair: Hamid Sharif, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

		1. Bi-Directional Shufflenet: A Multihop Topology for Backpressure 
		   Flow Control (Ref. No. 25, Regular)

		   Prasasth Palnati	(University of California, Los Angeles)
		   Emilio Leonardi	(University of California, Los Angeles)
		   Mario Gerla		(University of California, Los Angeles)

		2. Transmitting Time-critical Data over Heterogeneous Subnetworks 
		   using Standardized Protocols (Ref. No. 72, Short)

		   Werner Storz	(FGAN/FFM)
		   G Beling	(FGAN/FFM)
		3. On the Latency in Client/Server Networks
		   (Ref. No. 171, Short)

		   Kai-Yeung Siu	(University of California, Irvine)

Session 5:	Network Security
		Chair: Alexei A. Gaivornski, ITALTEL, Italy

		1. Extending NCP for Protocols Using Public Keys 
		   (Ref. No. 153, Regular)

		   Aviel David Rubin	(Bellcore)

		2. Efficient Protocols Secure Against Guessing and Replay Attacks 
		   (Ref. No. 173, Regular)

		   Kai-Yeung Siu	(University of California, Irvine)
		   Stephen Keung	(University of California, Irvine)

Session 6:	Invited talk: Benjamin Leon, University of Southwestern Louisiana
			      "Research Issures in Network Management"

12:30-1:30pm	Lunch

1:30-2:30pm	Keynote Speaker: M. Tamer Ozsu, University of Alberta
       "Changing Infrastructure -- New Demands on Distributed Data Management"

2:30-4:00pm	Three Parallel Sessions (7, 8, 9)

Session 7:	ATM Networking I
		Chair: Yiping Ding, BGS Systems, Inc.

		1. Circular Window Control Schemes in Fast Packet Switches 
		   (Ref. No. 201, Regular)

		   Yann-Hang Lee	(University of Florida)
		   Randy Chow		(University of Florida)
		   Sandra E Cheung	(University of Florida)

		2. A Simulation Study of Schemes for Block Loss Reduction in ATM 
		   Networks using FEC and Buffer Management (Ref. No. 24, Regular)

		   Vijay Srinivasan	(IBM Networking Systems Architecture)
		   Anoop Ghanwani	(Duke University)
		   Erol Gelenbe		(Duke University)

		3. A Burst-Oriented Traffic Control Framework for ATM Networks 
		   (Ref. No. 94, Regular)

		   Matt W Mutka			(Michigan State University)
		   Jose Roberto Fernandez	(Michigan State University)

Session 8:	Multicasting
		Chair: Mukesh Singhal, Ohio State University

		1. Multicasting in ATM networks using MINs (Ref. No. 118, Regular)

		   Suresh Subramaniam	(University of Washington)
		   Arun K Somani	(University of Washington)

		2. Multicast Routing in Dense and Sparse Modes: Simulation Study 
		   of Tradeoffs and Dynamics (Ref. No. 151, Regular)

		   Liming Wei		(University of Southern California)
		   Deborah Estrin	(University of Southern California)

		3. Unicast, Multicast and Broadcast on Enhanced Fibonacci Cubes 
		   (Ref. No. 144, Short)

		   Jie Wu	(Florida Atlantic University)

		4. Scalable Internet Multicast Routing (Ref. No. 196, Short)

		   M Parsa	          (University of California, Santa Cruz)
		   J J Garcia-Luna-Aceves (University of California, Santa Cruz)

Session 9:	Panel (Funding)

4:00-4:30pm	Coffee Break

4:30-6:00pm	Three Parallel Sessions (10, 11, 12)

Session 10:	Distributed Multimedia Applications
		Chair: Ophir Frieder, George Mason University

		1. Video Conferencing on a LAN/MAN Interconnected system: 
		   QoS Evaluation (Ref. No. 103, Regular)

		   M Lancia		(Istituto Di Analisi Dei Sist Ed Inform)
		   M Droli		(Universita degli Studi di Roma)
		   A Laureti-Palma	(III University of Roma)

		2. CHANNELS A Run-Time System for Multimedia Protocols 
		   (Ref. No. 109, Regular)

		   Stefan Boecking	(Siemens AG)
		   Vera Seidel		(Siemens AG)
		   Per Vindeby		(Siemens AG)

		3. A Reflective Object-Oriented Distributed System for 
		   Heterogeneous Multimedia Environments (Ref. No. 170, Regular)

		   Tatsuya Suda		(University of California, Irvine)
		   Larry T Chen		(University of California, Irvine)
		   Leslee Xu		(University of California, Irvine)
		   Tetsuya Yamamoto	(Nippon Steel Info. & Comm. Sys. Inc.)
		   Koji Obinata		(Nippon Steel Info. & Comm. Sys. Inc.)

		4. Multi-reception Service for a Multi-media News Application

		   Rolf Velthuys	(University of Waterloo, Canada)
		   Kelly Lyons		(University of Waterloo, Canada)
		   Ian Parsons		(University of Waterloo, Canada)

Session 11:	Reliability
		Chair: Niki Pissinou, Center for Advanced Computer Studies

		1. Data Sharing and Recovery in Gigabit-Networked Databases 
		   (Ref. No. 176, Regular)

		   Sujata Banerjee	(University of Pittsburgh)
		   Panos K Chrysanthis	(University of Pittsburgh)

		2. Real-time Computation of Empirical Autocorrelation, and 
		   Detection of Non-stationary Traffic Conditions in High-speed 
		   Networks (Ref. No. 105, Regular)

		   A W Bragg	(North Carolina State University)
		   Wushow Chou	(North Carolina State University)

		3. The Maximum Dimensional Fault-Free Subcube Allocatable in 
		   Faulty Hypercube (Ref. No. 18, Short)

		   Hiroshi Masuyama	(Tottori University)
		   Toshihiko Sasama	(Tottori University)
		   Hiroyuki Hashimoto	(Tottori University)

		4. How to Encourage Cheating with Virtual Path Policing in ATM 
		   Networks (Ref. No. 32, Short)

		   David W Petr		(The University of Kansas)
		   Ann Demirtjis	(Sprint)

Session 12:	Invited talk: George W. Zobrist, University of Missouri-Rolla
			      "Performance Evaluation and Migration to an Optical Fiber 

7:00-9:00pm	Conference Reception

			   Thursday, September 21

7:30-8:30am	Registration

8:30-9:30am	Keynote Speaker: Barry Leiner, ARPA
            "Haterogeneity Challenges in the Global Information Infrasturcture"

9:30-9:45am	Coffee Break

9:45-11:15am 	Three Parallel Sessions (13 ,14 ,15)

Session 13:	Performance Modeling II
		Chair: Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Institute of Technology

		1. A Quantitative Performance Comparison Study of Optical Ring 
		   Networks with Different Header Speeds (Ref. No. 100, Regular)

		   Cheoul-Shin Kang	(Han Nam University)
		   Byung-Seok Park	(Han Nam University)
		   Jong-Dug Shin	(Soongsil University)
		   Min-Yong Jeon	(ETRI)

		2. Transient Analysis of Cell Loss Control Mechanisms in ATM 
		   Networks (Ref. No. 23, Regular)

		   Samuel T Chanson  (The Hong Kong University of Sci and Tech)
		   Kelvin K Lee	     (The Hong Kong University of Sci and Tech)

		3. Impact of Self-Similarity on the Go-Back-N ARQ Protocols 
		   (Ref. No. 202, Regular)

		   Jonathan L Wang	(Bellcore)

		4. Buffer Size Trade-offs in Input/Output-Buffered ATM Switches 
		   Under Various Conditions (Ref. No. 164, Short)

		   Hong Shi		(AT&T Bell Lab.)
		   Naeem Abbasi		(Columbia University)
		   Charles Zukowski	(Columbia University)

Session 14:	Network Management
		Chair: Wei Liu, South Bell

		1. SNMP to CMIP Translation Technique Based on Rule Description 
		   (Ref. No. 1, Regular)

		   Nobutaka Nakamura	(NTT Telecommunication Networks Labs.)
		   N Kashimura		(NTT Telecommunication Networks Labs.)
		   K Motomura		(NTT Telecommunication Networks Labs.)

		2. A multilayer-architecture for SNMP-based, distributed and 
		   hierarchical management of Local Area Networks 
		   (Ref. No. 159, Regular)

		   Robert Konopka	(Technische Universitat Munchen)

		3. Network Management and System-Level Diagnosis 
		   (Ref. No. 116, Short)

		   Sailesh Chutani	(Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)
		   Henri J Nussbaumer	(Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)

		4. A Formal Approach to Model SNMP Network Management Systems 
		   (Ref. No. 15, Short)

		   Jianxin Li    (The University of Southwestern Louisiana)
		   Benjamin Leon (The University of Southwestern Louisiana)

Session 15:	Invited Talk: David Su, NIST

11:15-11:30am	Coffee Break

11:30-12:30pm	Three Parallel Sessions (16, 17, 18)

Session 16:	Mobile Communication
		Chair: Verna Friesen, University of Waterloo, Canada TBA

		1. Petri Nets Analysis of Transaction and Submitter Management 
		   Protocols in Mobile Distributed Computing Environment 
		   (Ref. No. 123, Regular)

		   A Zaslavsky	(Monash University)
		   L H Yeo	(Monash University)
		   B Mitelman	(Monash University)
		   S J Lai	(Monash University)

		2. A Persistent Connection Model for Mobile and Distributed Systems 
		   (Ref. No. 142, Regular)

		   Yongguang Zhang	(Hughes Research Lab)
		   Son Dao		(Hughes Research Lab)

Session 17:	Interoperability
		Chair: David Su, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

		1. Study of Interoperability between EFCI and ER Switch
		   Mechanisms for ABR Traffic in an ATM Network
		   (Ref. No. 110, Regular)

		   Noda Golmie		(National Inst. of Standsard & Tech.)
		   Yoon Chang		(National Inst. of Standsard & Tech.)
		   David Su		(National Inst. of Standsard & Tech.)

		2. A New Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation Scheme for ATM Networks 
		   (Ref. No. 106, Short)

		   Han Zhou	(Tufts University)
		   C H Chang	(Tufts University)

Session 18:	Invited Talk

12:30-1:30pm	Lunch

1:30-2:30pm	Keynote Speaker: Avi Silberschatz, AT&T Bell Lab.
             "On the Storage and Retrival of Continuous Media Data"

2:30-4:00pm	Three Parallel Sessions (19, 20, 21)

Session 19:	Switching I
		Chair: Sourva Bhattacharya, Honeywell

		1. ATM Networks Allow Multimedia in Process Control Systems 
		   (Ref. No. 149, Regular)

		   Jean-Francois Guillaud	(L.G.I./I.M.A.G.)
		   Max R Pokam			(L.G.I./I.M.A.G.)
		   Gerard Michel		(L.G.I./I.M.A.G.)

		2. The Deflecting Multicast Switch (Ref. No. 101, Regular)

		   Manju Hegde		(Louisiana State University)
		   Y Li			(Louisiana State University)
		   M Naraghu-Pour	(Louisiana State University)

		3. Sharing Buffer in an Input-Output Buffered ATM Switch without 
		   Scaling up Memory Bandwidth Requirement (Ref. No. 30, Short)

		   Derek Pao	(City University of Hong Kong)
		   S C Leung	(City University of Hong Kong)

		4. Loss Process Analysis of the Knockout Switch using Stochastic 
		   Activity Networks (Ref. No. 150, Short)

		   William H Sanders	(Univ of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
		   Latha Kant		(Univ of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Session 20:	Protocol II:
                Chair: Xiaohua Jia,  The University of Queensland, Australia

		1. Delay Performance Evaluation of High Speed Protocols for 
		   Multimedia Communications (Ref. No. 141, Short)

		   W Melody Moh		(San Jose State University)
		   Yu-Jen Chien		(San Jose State University)
		   Irene Zhang		(San Jose State University)
		   Teng-Sheng Moh	(Silicon Valley Research, Inc.)

		2. An Algorithm for Determining the Feasibility of ATM/SONET Rings 
		   in Broadband Networks (Ref. No. 80, Short)

		   Jay J Lee		(GTE Laboratories, Inc.)
		   Kwi-yung Jung	(GTE Laboratories, Inc.)

		3. Protocol Discovery in Multiprotocol Networks 
		   (Ref. No. 59, Regular)

		   Mostafa H Ammar	(Georgia Institute of Technology)
		   Russell J Clark	(Georgia Institute of Technology)
		   Kenneth L Calvert	(Georgia Institute of Technology)

		4. Improving the Demand-Priority Protocol (Ref. No. 12, Regular)

		   Jorg Ottensmeyer	(University of Paderborn)
		   Peter Martini	(University of Paderborn)

Session 21:	Panel (Industrial)

4:00-4:30pm	Coffee Break

4:30-6:00pm	Three Parallel Sessions (22, 23, 24)

Session 22:	Flow Control
		Chair: Forouzan Golshani, Arizona State University

		1. The Multi-level Leaky Bucket Mechanism (Ref. No. 126, Regular)

		   John Silvestor	(University of Southern California)
		   Gilberto Mayor	(University of Southern California)

		2. Using Destination Set Grouping to Improve the Performance of 
		   Window-Controlled Multipoint Connections (Ref. No. 60, Regular)

		   Shun Yan Cheung	(Emory University)
		   Mostafa H Ammar	(George Institute of Technology)

		3. Burst-Level Admission Control Protocols with Multirate Traffic 
		   and Arbitrary Network Topology (Ref. No. 20, Regular)

		   Indra Widjaja	(The University of Arizona)
		   Aruna K Kompella	(The University of Arizona)

Session 23:	Switching II
		Chair: Oscar Ibarra, (University of California, Santa Barbara)

		1. Design of a Large ATM Switch with Trunk Grouping 
		   (Ref. No. 50, Regular)

		   James S. Meditch	(University of Washington)
		   Sushil Aryal		(University of Washingto)

		2. A Large Capacity Photonic ATM Switch for Wavelength Division 
		   Multiplexing Networks (Ref. No. 104, Regular)

		   Youngbok Choi	(Osaka University)
		   Hideki Tode		(Osaka University)
		   Hiromi Okada		(Osaka University)
		   Hiromasa Ikeda	(Osaka University)

		3. A Hierarchical ATM Switch Architecture (Ref. No. 82, Short)

		   Jin Li	(University of Texas at Austin)
		   Chuanlin Wu	(University of Texas at Austin)

		4. Sharing Memory in Multistage ATM Switches (Ref. No. 91, Short)

		   Ellen L Hahne	(AT&T Bell Lab)
		   Debashis Basak	(Ohio State University)
		   Abhijit K Choudhury	(AT&T Bell Lab)

Session 24:	Invited Talk: Ahmed Elmagarmid, Purdue University
            "Experiences with Research and Development in Multidatabase
             Systems: An Agenda for Future Work" 

7:00-9:00pm	Banquet
                Banquet Speaker: Pat Gary, NASA
           "Internetworking ATM LAN's, MAN's and Wan's"

			   Friday, September 22

7:30-8:30am	Registration

8:30-9:30am	Keynote Speaker: W. David Sincoskie, Bellcore

9:30-9:45am	Coffee Break

9:45-11:15am 	Three Parallel Sessions (25, 26, 27)

Session 25:	LAN & PC Performance
		Chair: Mark L. Huson, USAF

		1. Performance Analysis of Database Systems in Personal 
		   Communication Systems (PCS) (Ref. No. 158, Regular)

		   Victor O K Li	(University of Southern California)
		   Xiaoxin Qiu		(University of Southern California)

		2. A Case Study in Local Area Migration to ATM 
		   (Ref. No. 155, Regular)

		   Johnny W Wong	(University of Waterloo)
		   V J Friesen		(University of Waterloo)

		3. Performance Study of Buffering within Switches in Local Area 
		   Networks (Ref. No. 61, Short)

		   Mukesh Singhal	(The Ohio State University)
		   Amr Elsaadany	(The Ohio State University)
		   Ming T Liu		(The Ohio State University)

		4. Performance Evaluation of Communication Networks for Distributed 
	   	   Computing (Ref. No. 117, Short)

		   Rod Fatoohi	(NASA Ames Research Center)

Session 26:	Algorithms
		Chair: Irfan Khan, Qualcomm, Inc.

		1. ATM Test Traffic Generation Algorithms (Ref. No. 10, Regular)

		   Gerd Keiser		(GTE Government Systems Corp)
		   Carrie Carter	(GTE Government Systems Corp)
		   David Freeman	(GTE Government Systems Corp)

		2. Personalized Broadcasting in Banyan-Hypercube Networks 
		   (Ref. No. 207, Regular)

		   Abdelghani Bellaachia	(Al-Akhawayn University in Ifrane)
		   Abdou Youssef		(The George Washington University)

		3. Parallel Assignment to Distinct Identities in Arbitrary Networks 
		   (Ref. No. 145, Short)

		   Mohamed Naimi	(Laboratoire d Informatique)

		4. A Distributed Stereocorrelation Algorithm (Ref. No. 180, Short)

		   Hamid R Arabnia	(The University of Georgia)

Session 27:	Invited talk

11:15-11:30am	Coffee Break

11:30-12:30pm	Three Parallel Sessions (28, 29, 30)

Session 28:	Internetworking I & FDDI
		Chair: Caroline Fayet, INT, France

		1. Phasing ATM Technology into an IP Environment 
		   (Ref. No. 99, Regular)

		   Yakov Rekhter	(IBM Watson Research)
		   Dilip Kandlur	(IBM Watson Research)

		2. FDDI-ATM Internetworking Simulation (Ref. No. 192, Short)

		   Tan Kok Keong	(Nanyang Technological University)
		   K R Subramanian	(Nanyang Technological University)
		   Cheng Tee Hiang	(Nanyang Technological University)

		3. On the Schedulability of Synchronous Message Sets with the 
		   Minimum Message Deadline Less than 2*TTRT in an FDDI Network 
		   (Ref. No. 74, Short)

		   Alan Burns	(University of York)
		   Sijing Zhang	(University of York)

		4. Approximating the FDDI Synchronous Mode (Ref. No. 129, Regular)

		   George C Polyzos	(University of California, San Diego)
		   David C Etherton	(University of California, San Diego)
		   Michael M Johnson	(University of California, San Diego)

Session 29:	Quality of Services
		Chair: Wuxu Peng, Southwest Texas State University

		1. Scheduling for Quality of Service Guarantees via Service Curves 
		   (Ref. No. 130, Regular)

		   George C Polyzos	(University of California, San Diego)
		   Hanrijanto Sariowan	(University of California, San Diego)
		   Rene L Cruz		(University of California, San Diego)

		2. Performability-based Quality of Service Metrics for Communication
		   Services (Ref. No. 184, Regular)

		   Manish Malhotra		(AT&T Bell Labs.)
		   Malathi Veeraraghavan	(AT&T Bell Labs.)

Session 30:	Invited Talk

12:30-1:30pm	Lunch

1:30-2:30pm	Keynote Speaker: Simon S. Lam, University of Texas, Austin

2:30-4:00pm	Three Parallel Sessions (31, 32, 33)

Session 31:	Video
		Chair: Ki-Jun Han, Kyungpook National University

		1. Video Quality Control under Cell-Discarding Algorithms in an 
		   ATM Network Supporting Layer-Encoded Video Streams 
		   (Ref. No. 152, Regular)

		   Kirk K Chang	(AT&T Bell Lab)
		   Izhak Rubin	(University of California, Los Angeles)

		2. Limiting the Access Bandwidth of a Video Source: Model and 
		   Performance Analysis (Ref. No. 193, Regular)

		   Evaggelos Geraniotis	(University of Maryland)
		   W C Chan		(University of Maryland)

		3. Traffic Smoothing and Bandwidth Allocation for VBR MPEG-2 Video 
		   Connections in ATM Networks (Ref. No. 115, Regular)

		   Tao Yang		(Technical University of Nova Scotia)
		   Zhongyong Guo	(Technical University of Nova Scotia)
		   Jian Ni		(Technical University of Nova Scotia)

Session 32:	Network Queueing
		Chair: Hamid Abachi,  Monash University, Australia 

		1. A Delay Model for Priority Classes of FDDI based on M/G/1 with 
		   Vacations (Ref. No. 124, Regular)

		   Anura P Jayasumana	(Colorado State University)
		   Priya N Werahera	(Colorado State University)
		   Duane C Boes		(Colorado State University)
		2. Evaluation of Multi-queue Buffered Multistage Interconnection 
		   Networks under Uniform and Nonuniform Traffic Patterns 
		   (Ref. No. 97, Regular)

		   Jianxun Ding		(Intel Corporation)
		   Laxmi N Bhuyan	(Texas A&M University)

		3. A Queueing Model for Wormhole Routing with Timeout 
		   (Ref. No. 140, Regular)

		   Po-Chi Hu		(University of California, Los Angeles)
		   Leonard Kleinrock	(University of California, Los Angeles)

Session 33:	Invited Talk

4:00-4:30pm	Coffee Break

4:30-6:00pm	Three Parallel Sessions (34, 35, 36)

Session 34:	ATM Traffic Control II
		Chair: Richard Vickers, Bell Northern Research, Canada

		1. Simple Schemes for Traffic Integration at Call Set-up Level in 
		   ATM Networks (Ref. No. 111, Regular)

		   Franco Davoli	(University of Genoa)
		   Raffaele Bolla	(University of Genoa)
		   Mario Marchese	(University of Genoa)

		2. A New ATM Congestion Control Scheme for Shared Buffer Switch 
		   Architectures (Ref. No. 206, Regular)

		   Magdy A Bayoumi	(CACS, USL)
		   A Agrawal		(CACS, USL)
		   A Elchouemi		(CACS, USL)

		3. Bandwidth Allocation for VBR Video Traffic in ATM Networks 
		   (Ref. No. 70, Short)

		   Hon-Wai Chu		(Hong Kong University of Sci and Techn)
		   Danny H K Tsang	(Hong Kong University of Sci and Tech)
		   Tao Yang		(Technical University of Nova Scotia)

		4. Buying and Selling Computational Power over the Network
		   (Ref. No. 93, Short)

		   Orly Kremien		(Bar-Ilan University, Israel)

Session 35:	Routing
		Chair: Yongguang Zhang, Hughes Research Lab

		1. Dual-Hop LANs Using Station Wavelength Routing 
		   (Ref. No. 42, Regular)

		   Terence D Todd	(McMaster University)
		   Nima Ahmadvand	(McMaster University)

		2. A Scalable Virtual Circuit Routing Scheme for ATM Networks 
		   (Ref. No. 52, Regular)

		   Cengiz Alaettinoglu	(University of Southern California)
		   Ibrahim Matta	(University of Maryland)
		   A Udaya Shankar	(University of Maryland)

		3. Core Selection Methods for Multicast Routing (Ref. No. 41, Short)

		   Ellen W Zegura	(Georgia Tech)
		   Kenneth L Calvert	(Georgia Tech)
		   Michael J Donahoo	(Georgia Tech)

		4. QoS based Routing for ATM Networks (Ref. No. 182, Short)

		   Bernard Sales	(Brussels Universities)
		   L Franck		(Brussels Universities)

		5. On Multicast Routing (Ref. No. 189 Regular)

		   Kia Makki		(University of Nevada, Las Vegas)

Session 36:	Internetworking II
                Chair: Mohan Sharma, IBM Corp.

		1. Deadlock Detection in Communicating Finite State Machines
		   by Even Reachability Analysis (Ref. No. 128, Regular)

		   Wuxu Peng		(Southwest Texas State University)
		2. Call Admission Control Issues in a Wireless ATM Network
		   (Ref. No. 62, Short)

		   Lily Cheng		(Michigan State University)

		3. Libra: An Object-Oriented ATM Network Simulator
		   (Ref. No. 175, Short)

		   Wen-Shyen E. Chen	(National Chung-Hsing University)
		   Chun-Hong Lin	(National Chung-Hsing University)

		4. ATM Cell Scheduling with Queue Length-Based Priority 
		   Scheme Using Neural (Ref. No. 183, Regular)

		   Young-Kenn Park	(University of Minnesota)
		   Gyungho Lee		(University of Minnesota)


			    ICCCN'95 Tutorials

		       Saturday, September 23, 1995

                           Tutorial Information

TUTORIAL 1 (full day tutorial):

Title: ATM Networks

Instructor: H. C. Torng

For: Engineers, scientists, and managers who wish to explore the emerging 
asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) networks, with an emphasis on its design 
and applications.

Description: The presentation includes the design and services of ATM 
networks; it covers the following topics: the migration from the synchronous
transfer mode to the asynchronous transfer mode; ATM cell structure; ATM 
protocol; virtual circuit and virtual path concepts; Synchronous Optical 
Network (SONET); Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI); ATM switching -- 
Batcher-Banyan networks, Knockout switch, multiprocessing, and others; 
network management issues.

H. C. Torng is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at Cornell University;
he has received several excellence in teaching awards, including one 
in 1995. He spent two years at Bell Laboratories. He is an IEEE Fellow,
and was an editor for IEEE Transactions on Computers.

TUTORIAL 2 (half day - 5 hours - tutorial):

Title: Teletraffic Modeling and Analysis in High-Speed ATM Networks


The emphasis is more on teletraffic and traffic engineering aspects.  

Description: The Objective of this tutorial is to provide a brief review of 
ATM architecture and an advanced overview of traffic modeling and analysis 
in high-speed ATM networks.

The ATM layer architecture will be discussed very briefly, where physical 
layer, ATM layer and ATM adaptation layer (AAL) will be examined.  

Traffic engineering, correlated source modeling, cells loss estimation, 
call admission control and a simple probabilistic calculus for estimating 
the end-to-end cell delay variation (jitter) will be given in detail.  

Instructor: KHOSROW SOHRABY received B.Eng and M.Eng degrees from the McGill 
University, Montreal, Canada in 1979 and 1981, respectively, and Ph.D 
degree in 1985 from the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, all in 
Electrical Engineering. During 1984-1986 he was a research associate at the
L'institute national de la recherche scientific - INRS Telecommunications, 
Montreal, Canada. In 1986 he joined AT&T Bell Laboratories, Holmdel, NJ as 
a Member of Technical Staff in the Teletraffic Theory and System Performance
Analysis Department. In 1989 he joined IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, 
Yorktown Heights, NY as a Research Staff Member in the Communications 
Systems Department.  While at IBM research, he was an adjunct faculty at
Polytechnic University and Columbia University in the Department of
Electrical Engineering teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in 
telecommunications. Since 1994 he has been professor with the CSTP at the 
University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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                  Fourth International Conference on Computer
                     Communications and Networks (ICCCN'95)
                September 20 -- 23, 1995, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

     Sponsored by USC Communication Sciences Institute, SRI International, and
          In cooperation with NASA, NSF, NIST, IEEE Communication Society, 
                          IEEE Computer Society, and ACM
           General Chair: E.K. Park, USNA; Program Chair: Kia Makki, UNLV 

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                         ICCCN'95 REGISTRATION FORM

Please complete this form (TYPE or PRINT), and return with your payment.

Your paper title, if any:____________________________________________________


     Paper authors:__________________________________________________________

First Name:__________________________ Last Name:_____________________________

Title (Dr/Mr/MS/Prof.):___________________ Position:_________________________

Company/Univ.:__________________________________ Dept.:______________________


City:________________________ State:________________ Zip/Postal Code:________

Country:___________________________ Phone:___________________________________

Fax:_______________________________ E-mail:__________________________________

ADVANCE  (For Authors by July 15, 1995. For regular attendee/student
                                                by August 20, 1995):

 Author/regular attendee(US$350) _____; Student without paper(US$200)_______
 *Student with accepted paper pays regular fee ($350)

 Tutorials: |           | Author/regular attendee  |   Student |
            |Tutorial #1|        US$260            |    US$160 | 
            |Tutorial #2|        US$180            |    US$100 |

 Tutorial you will attend(please check): Tutorial #1______ Tutorial #2______
 ** Tutorial pre-registration deadline is August 20, 1995 !!!

LATE/ONSITE (Received AFTER July 15, 1995 from authors and 
             from regular attendee/student after August 20, 1995):
 Regular attendee ($390.00)_________;   Student without paper($240.00)_______
 *Student with accepted paper pays regular fee ($390) 
 Tutorials: |           | Author/regular attendee  |   Student |
            |Tutorial #1|        US$300            |    US$200 |
            |Tutorial #2|        US$220            |    US$140 |
 Tutorial you will attend (please check): Tutorial #1_____ Tutorial #2_____
 ** Late rate for tutorials begins on August 21, 1995 !!! 

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ICCCN95 Reg. Fee : choose category        $_______________
Tutorial Fee for each: choose categories  $_______________
Extra Page Charge:(U.S. $100.00 per page) $_______________
Extra Conf. Reception Tickets: ($30/ea)   $_______________
Extra Conf. Banquet Tickets: ($40/ea)     $_______________
Extra Proceedings: ($40/ea)               $_______________

             Total Amount Enclosed:  U.S. $____________________ 

             ** Make check/money order payable to "ICCCN95" **

Signature:___________________________________ Date:__________________________

** Please include the extra page charge here in this registrtion form and
** send the form with the total payment to Dr. Park (the author kit from
** IEEE said that you need to send the extra page charges to IEEE, but you
** don't have to do that and send extra page charge with registration fees
** together ONE check or money order to Dr. Park. If you already sent the
** extra page charges to IEEE with your manuscripts then do not worry and
** IEEE will mail it to Dr. Park) .Thanks.

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* At least ONE author per accepted paper should pre-register by above deadline
  (July 15, 1995), or the paper will be excluded from the proceedings UNLESS
  you make an arrangements with us on the payment plan before the pre-reg.
  deadline. So please contact Dr. Park to make an arrangements if you can not 
  pay by the deadline.

* The maximum length is 8 pages per regular paper and 4 pages per short paper.
  Authors can buy at most 2 extra pages at a cost of U.S. $100.00 per page (so
  total length limit is 10 pages for a regular and 6 pages for a short papers 
  if you buy extra pages). 

* Send the registration form with fee (in US Dollars ONLY and make checks or 
  money order payable to "ICCCN95") to:

        Dr. EK Park
        ICCCN95 Treasurer
        Computer Science Dept
        US Naval Academy
        573 Holloway Road
        Annapolis, MD 21402 USA
        (410)293-6806; (410)293-2686(fax); eun@usna.navy.mil 

  by July 15, 1995 (pre-registration cut off date for authors). The conference 
  registration fee covers the proceedings, conference reception, refreshments 
  during the conference, and the dinner banquet. Additional reception ticket 
  for $30.00 and banquet ticket for $40.00 can be purchased.

* Payment in U.S. dollars ONLY (check drawn on a U.S. bank or International
  Money Order -- for authors/attendees from overseas -- from a bank in your 
  country in US Dollars but it should be cashable at a branch of that bank in 
  the United States or at any US banks. If you send us check or Money order, 
  then the check or money order should have complete "micro encoding line" at 
  the bottom of the it -- ask your bank about this and do not send us any check
  or money order without this line and this line tells us the check or money 
  order can be cashed in the US at the branch of your country's bank or at any 
  US banks. Otherwise please send Traveler's check of American Express or Visa 
  or MasterCard (be sure that you sign it and payable to "ICCCN95/Dr. Park"). 
  We accept purchase orders from U.S. organizations only. We DO NOT accept any 
  other form of payments. This is because collection fee is too expensive, up 
  to US$60.00 per case, if you don't follow above payment options. You are 
  responsible for paying fees to get the check or international money order.

* ICCCN95 will be held at:  Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino
                            3535 Las Vegas Boulevard South
                            Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
                            Telephone: (702) 731-3311; 1-800-634-6441

  Room Rates: $65.00 (Sun-Thur), $75.00 (Fri & Sat). All room rates are net per 
  room, per night, single or double occupancy plus 8% Clark County room tax.  
  Additional persons in a room will be at the rate of $12.00, per person, per 
  night, plus room tax. Children ages 5 and under will be free when occupying 
  the same room with an adult/parent. If additional facilities are needed to 
  accommodate children such as, roll-away bed or crib, the charge will be $12.00,
  per night, plus room tax.

  Any room not cancelled twenty-four (24) hours prior to arrival will
  automatically be charged a Cancellation Fee of one (1) night's Occupancy at 
  the contracted rate. 

  Individuals to make their own reservations by calling 1-800-634-6441, and ask 
  for Ms. Blue (Please mention you are with "Network IC3N Conference").
  Individuals are on their own for payment of room, tax and any incidental
  charges. All reservations must be made prior to the Cut-off date of Sunday, 
  August 20, 1995 by 5.00 PM.

* If you have any questions on registrations (Dr. Park; eun@usna.navy.mil) and
  technical programs (Dr. Makki; kia@koko.cs.unlv.edu), contact appropriate 
1. Student ID is required to pick up registration materials on site for student
   rate attendees.

2. Acknowledgement of receipt of the registration form with payment will be sent
   out by only e-mail if you provide your e-mail address. Conference materials 
   including receipts and proceedings can be picked up only at the registration 
   desk on site.

3. Refund Policy: Paid registrants who cannot attend, and do not send a 
   substitute, are entitled to a refund of paid fees (less a US$60.00 processing 
   fee plus any bank charges if there are) if a request is received in writing on 
   or before August 1, 1995. Registrants are liable for their full fees after that
   date (i.e., NO Refund will be made !!). All no-show registrations will be 
   billed in full.

   Primary Author is responsible/liable for full registration fees for the 
   accepted paper and at least one author per paper (if not the primary author) 
   must register by the July 15, 1995 deadline or make an arrangement with payment
   plan (registration fee for the paper will not be refunded at any cases).

4. Please let us know if you are not planning to attend any of the following 
   events (please put check marks): 
     |                          | WILL ATTEND | WILL NOT ATTEND |
     |Sep. 20  Reception        |             |                 |
     |Sep. 21. Banquet          |             |                 |