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                               Boston University, August 30, 1999
IMIC Workshop: Session I
9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Instrumentation and Measurement
   Chair: Paul Barford

    Techniques for Discovering a Map of the Internet
      Ramesh Govindan, ISI

    On the Placement of Internet Instrumentation
      Sugih Jamin, University of Michigan

    Experience with the Surveyor Active IP Performance Measurement
      Matt Zekauskas, Advanced Network & Services, Inc.
IMIC Workshop: Session II
10:40 AM - 12:00 Noon

Modeling and Characterization
   Chair: Mark Crovella

    A critical assessment of the current state of Internet traffic modeling
     and characterization
       Walter Willinger, AT&T Research

    Network Tomography through End-to-End Multicast Measurements
       Don Towsley, University of Massachusetts

    Empirical characterizations of user's surfing paths
       Jim Pitkow, Xerox PARC
IMIC Workshop: Session III
13:40 PM - 15:00 PM

End-to-End Protocols and Services
   Chair: John Byers

    Measurement-Based Server Selection within the Application-Layer
     Anycasting Architecture
       Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Tech

    Optimizing Data Dissemination and Transport in the Internet
       Venkata Padmanabhan, Microsoft Research

    Supporting Heterogeneous Packet Flows in the Internet
       Vaduvur Bharghavan, UIUC
IMIC Workshop: Session IV
15:20 PM - 16:40 PM

Network Support for Next Generation Apps
   Chair: Ibrahim Matta

    Network Support for Adaptive Multimedia Applications
       Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University

    Constraint-based unicast and multicast routing mechanisms:
     Practical Issues
       Bala Rajagopalan, NEC Research Labs

    The need for a network resource status service
       John Zinky, BBN
IMIC Workshop: Panel
17:00 PM - 18:20 PM

IMIC Challenges, Opportunities & Initiatives
   Coordinator: Azer Bestavros

    Panelists
        Sugih Jamin, University of Michigan
        Walter Willinger, AT&T Research
        Mostafa Ammar, Georgia Tech
        Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University
        Karen Sollins, NSF/CISE ANIR Program Director

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