Journal: J. High Speed Networks

Volume 9, Issue 3-4

153 -- 174Baochun Li, William Kalter, Klara Nahrstedt. A hierarchical Quality of Service control architecture for configurable multimedia applications
175 -- 190Bing Zheng, Mohammed Atiquzzaman. Interactive video on demand over high speed networks
191 -- 211Kamil SaraƧ, Kevin C. Almeroth. Supporting multicast deployment efforts: a survey of tools for multicast monitoring
213 -- 230Marcus Brunner, Rolf Stadler. Management in telecom environments that are based on active networks
231 -- 260Youssef Iraqi, Raouf Boutaba. Resource management issues in future wireless multimedia networks
261 -- 272Maan A. Kousa. A hybrid ARQ/FEC scheme for noisy ATM network links

Volume 9, Issue 2

57 -- 66Robert D. Rosenberry, Deepinder P. Sidhu. Signaling network architectures in B-ISDN environments
67 -- 87Jayakrishna Kidambi, Dipak Ghosal, Biswanath Mukherjee. Dynamic token bucket (DTB): a fair bandwidth allocation algorithm for high-speed networks
89 -- 99Subir K. Biswas, Bhaskar Sengupta. Call admissibility for multirate traffic in wireless ATM networks
101 -- 138Silvia Giordano. On a class of time varying shapers with application to the renegotiable variable bit rate service
139 -- 150Mohamed G. Gouda, Tommy M. McGuire. Alert communication primitives above TCP

Volume 9, Issue 1

3 -- 13Yu Fan, Kyung Hwang, Michael Gill, H. K. Huang. Some connectivity and security issues of NGI in medical imaging applications
15 -- 30Sang-goo Lee, Seong K. Mun, Prakash Jha, Betty Ann Levine, Duk-Woo Ro. Telemedicine: challenges and opportunities
31 -- 46Chien-Shun Lo, Ching-Wen Yang, Pau-Choo Chung, Yen Chieh Ouyang, San-Kan Lee, Ping-Sung Liao. A mammography tele-consultation pilot system in Taiwan
47 -- 56Yan Xiao, David Gagliano, Marian LaMonte, Peter Fu-Ming Hu, Wade Gaasch, Ruwani Gunawadane, Colin F. Mackenzie. Design and evaluation of a real-time mobile telemedicine system for ambulance transport[1]Work reported here was partially supported by National Library of Medicine