IAD04 Paper Presentation Schedule

This Table shows the approximate paper presentation sequence. The time is as per class. However, the order of presentation will be maintained. Approximately, each day we will have two presentations of 30 minutes duration.

  • Plan to end your presentation within 20 minutes (20 slides max).
  • Due dates (VVI: calculate the exact dates based on the earliest estimate of your presentation date):
    • See me 2 weeks ahead to plan the presentation.
    • See me 1 week earlier with your presentation material.
    • Email me atleast 2 days before the final version of PowePoint  slide and the 5 questions.
    • Paper Evaluation (before the end of semester).
  • MAJOR SOURCES: WWW2004 | INFOCOM2004 | P2P2003


F04-SER-01: The Impact of Concurrency Gains on the Analysis and Control of Multi-threaded Internet Services, Hani Jamjoom, Chun-Ting Chou, Kang G. Shin, INFOCOM2004, [Local]


F04-SER-02: Benefits of CDN over Classical Cache, Characterization of a Large Web Site Population with Implications for Content Delivery (page 522), L. Bent, M. Rabinovich, G. M. Voelker, Z. Xiao, WWW2004, [Local]
F04-SER-03: Models Locality of Reference and Caching Performance
Comparing Strength of Locality of Reference -- Popularity, Majorization, and Some Folk Theorems, Sarut Vanichpun (University of Maryland, College Park), Armand Makowski (University of Maryland), INFOCOM2004, [Local]




F04-CDN-01: How to Minimize Replication Cost  in CDN, On Replica Placement for QoS-Aware Content Distribution, Xueyan Tang, Jianliang Xu, INFOCOM2004, [Local]

F04-CDN-02: Minimize Response Time in CDN, Wide Area Redirection of Dynamic Content by Internet Data Centers, Supranamaya Ranjan, Roger Karrer, Edward W. Knightly (Rice University), INFOCOM2004, [Local]


F04-CDN-03: A Routing Scheme for Content-Based Networking, Antonio Carzaniga, Matthew Rutherford (University of Colorado), Alexander L. Wolf (University of Colorado at Boulder), INFOCOM2004, [Local]


F04-CDN-04: Efficient Event Routing in Content-based Publish/subscribe Service Network, Fengyun Cao, Jaswinder Pal Singh (Princeton University), , INFOCOM2004, [Local]


F04-CDN-05: Effective Peering for Multi-provider Content Delivery Services, Lisa Amini (IBM T. J. Watson Research Center), Anees Shaikh (IBM TJ Watson Research Center), Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University), INFOCOM2004, [Local]


F04-CSN-01: Quality Driven Web Services Composition, Liangzhao Zeng, Boualem Benatallah, Marlon Dumas, Jayant Kalagnanam, Quan Z. Sheng, WE-1: Web Engineering, WWW2003. [Local]
F04-CSN-02: Conversation Specification: A New Approach to Design and Analysis of E-Service Composition, Jianwen Su, Richard Hull, Tevfik Bultan,Xiang Fu,WE-1: Web Engineering, WWW2003. [Local]


CSN-1A: Evaluation of Edge Caching/Offloading for Dynamic Content Delivery, Chun Yuan, Yu Chen, Zheng Zhang, PR-2: Consistency and Replication, , WWW2003. [Local] [WATSON1]
CSN-1B: Engineering and Hosting Adaptive Freshness-sensitive Web Applications on Data Centers, Wen-Syan Li, Oliver Po, Wang-Pin Hsiung, K. Selcuk Candan, Divyakant Agrawal, SD-6: Dynamic Services and Analysis, WWW2003. [Local]


CSN-2: Acceleration of Web Service Workflow Execution through Edge Computing, Junichi Tatemura, Wang-Pin Hsiung,Wen-Syan Li, WS-1: Collaboration, Composition, and Workflow, WWW2003. [Local] [SANDEEP1]


CSN-3A: Delivering Semantic Web Services, Massimo Paolucci,Katia Sycara, Takahiro Kawamura, WS-3:Discovery and Semantics, WWW2003. [Local]
CSN-3B: SemTag and Seeker: Bootstrapping the semantic web via automated semantic annotation, Stephen Dill, Nadav Eiron, David Gibson, Daniel Gruhl, Ramanathan Guha, Anant Jhingran, Tapas Kanungo, Sridhar Rajagopalan, Andrew Tomkins, John Tomlin, Jason Zien, SW-2: Establishing the Semantic Web I, WWW2003. [Local] [THONG1]





F04-P2PS-01: Percolation Search in Power Law Networks: Making Unstructured Peer-To-Peer Networks Scalable, N. Sarshar, P. Boykin, V. Roychowdhury, P2P2004, [Local]


F04-P2PS-02: Random Walks in Peer-to-Peer Networks,
Christos Gkantsidis, Milena Mihail, AMin Saberi, INFOCOM2004, [LOCAL]


F04-P2PS-04: Cache Updates in a Peer-to-Peer Network of Mobile Agents, E. Leontiadis, V. Dimakopoulos, E. Pitoura, P2P2004, [Local]



F04-P2PN-01: Broose: A Practical Distributed Hashtable Based on the De-Brujin Topology, A.-T. Gai, L. Viennot, WWW04, [LOCAL]

F04-P2PN-02: On De-Bruijn Routing in Distributed Hash Tables: There and Back Again, A. Datta, S. Girdzijauskas, K. Aberer, WWW04, [LOCAL]


F04-P2PN-03: Phenix: Supporting Resilient Low-Diameter Peer-to-Peer Topologies, Rita Wouhaybi, Andrew Campbell (Columbia University), INFOCOM2004, [LOCAL]

F04-P2PN-04: Characterizing Selfishly Constructed Overlay Routing Networks, Byung-Gon Chun, Rodrigo Fonseca (University of California, Berkeley), Ion Stoica (University Of California, Berkeley), John Kubiatowicz (University of California, Berkeley), INFOCOM2004, [LOCAL]


F04-P2PN-05: Location-Aware Topology Matching in P2P Systems, Yunhao Liu, Xiaomei Liu, Li Xiao (Michigan State University), Lionel Ni (Hong Kong University of Science & Technology), Xiaodong Zhang (College of William and Mary), INFOCOM2004, [LOCAL]

F04-P2PN-06: Load Balancing in Dynamic Structured P2P Systems, Brighten Godfrey, Karthik Lakshminarayanan (University of California, Berkeley), Sonesh Surana (University of California at Berkeley), Richard Karp (UC Berkeley and ICSI), Ion Stoica (University Of California, Berkeley), INFOCOM2004, [LOCAL]

F04-P2PN-07: Service Capacity of Peer to Peer Networks, Xiangying Yang (U.T. Austin), Gustavo de Veciana (The University of Texas at Austin), INFOCOM2004, [LOCAL]


F04-P2PN-08: Freenet: A Distributed Anonymous Information Storage and Retrieval System, Ian Clarke, Osker Sandberg, Brandon Wiley & T. Hong, [Local]



F04-P2PT-01: Automated Trust Negotiation in Peer-to-Peer Systems, S. Ye, F. Makedon, P2P22004 [Local]


F04-P2PT-02: Reputation-Based Trust Management for P2P Networks, Ali Aydın Sel¸cuk Ersin Uzun Mark Re¸sat Pariente [Local]


F04-P2PT-03: On the Security of Polling Protocols in Peer-to-Peer Systems, B. Sieka, A. Kshemkalyani, M. Singhal, P2P2004, [Local]

F04-P2PT-04: Reputation Management Framework And Its Use As Currency in Large-Scale Peer-to-Peer Networks, R. Gupta, A. Somanir  [P2P2004, [Local]


F04-P2PA-01: PeerStore: Better Performance by Relaxing in Peer-to-Peer Backup, M. Landers, H. Zhang, K.-L. Tan, P2P2004 [Local]

F04-P2PA-02: Peer-to-Peer Support for Massively Multiplayer Games, Honghui Lu (University of Pennsylvania), INFOCOM2004, [LOCAL]

F04-P2PA-03: A Simple Model for the Analysis of SQUIRREL, Florence Clevenot (INRIA), Philippe Nain (INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, France), INFOCOM2004, [LOCAL]


F04-P2P-01:Erasure Code Replication Revisited W. K. Lin, D. M. Chiu, Y. B. Lee, P2P2004 [Local]

F04-P2P-01: The Different Dimensions of Dynamcity, M. Deshpande, N. Venkatasubramanian, P2P2004 [Local]

F04-P2P-01:Information Diffusion Through Blogspace (page 491), D. Gruhl, R. Guha, IBM Research, Almaden, D. Liben-Nowell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, A. Tomkins, IBM Research, Almaden, www2004, [Local]


P2P-1A: YAPPERS: A Peer-to-Peer Lookup Service over Arbitrary Topology , Prasanna Ganesan, Qixiang Sun, Hector Garcia-Molina (Stanford University), INFOCOMM2003. [Local] [DAVE2]

P2P-1B: ZIGZAG: An Efficient Peer-to-Peer Scheme for Media Streaming , Duc Tran, Kien Hua, Tai Do (University of Central Florida) INFOCOM2003. [Local]


P2P-2A: Efficient Content Location Using Interest-Based Locality in Peer-to-Peer Systems,Kunwadee Sripanidkulchai, Bruce Maggs, Hui Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University), INFOCOM2003. [Local] [XU1]

P2P-2B: Giggle: A Framework for Constructing Sclable Replica Location Services. A. Chervenak, E. Deelman, I. Foster, L. Guy, W. Hoschek, A. Iamnitchi, C. Kesselman, P. Kunst, M. Ripeanu, B, Schwartzkopf, H, Stockinger, K. Stockinger, B. Tierney. Proceedings of Supercomputing 2002 (SC2002), November 2002.[Citation,PDF][local]



P2P-3A: YouServ: A Web-Hosting and Content Sharing Tool for the Masses [P84], Roberto J. Bayardo Jr., Rakesh Agrawal, Daniel Gruhl,Amit Somani, [Presentation], WWW2002. [Local]

P2P-3B: Make it Fresh, Make it Quick --- Searching a Network of Personal Webservers, Mayank Bawa, Roberto J. Bayardo Jr., Sridhar Rajagopalan, Eugene J. Shekita, SD-6: Dynamic Services and Analysis, WWW2003. [Local] [KAMESH1]


GRID-1A: Towards Efficent Resource on Demand in Grid Computing8, Kun Yang, Xin Guo, Alex Galis, Bo Yang, Dayou , ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review, Volume 37 ,  Issue 2  (April 2003), Pages: 37 – 43 [Local]

GRID-1B:Combining Active and Passive Network Measurements to Build Scalable Monitoring Systems on the Grid, Bruce B. Lowekamp, ACM SIGMETRICS Performance Evaluation, Pages: 19 – 26,2003 [Local]




P2P-4: On the Bursty Evolution of Blogspace, Ravi Kumar, Jasmine Novak, Prabhakar Raghavan, Andrew Tomkins, SD-6: Dynamic Services and Analysis, WWW2003. [Local]


P2P-5: Law-Governed Peer-to-Peer Auctions [P398], Marcus Fontoura, Mihail Ionescu, Naftaly Minsky, [Presentation], WWW2002. [Local]




F04-MMT-01: A Multi-Signaling Protocol Architecture for Voice over IP Terminal, Anoop Kumar Krishna, Tanu Malhotra (STMicroelectronics AP Pte. Ltd.,), INFOCOM04, [Local]
F04-MMT-02: Packet Dispersion and the Quality of Voice over IP Applications in IP networks, Haim Zlatokrilov (Tel-Avis University), Hanoch Levy (Tel Aviv University), INFOCOM04, [Local]

F04-MMT-03: Rate Control for Streaming Video over Wireless, Minghua Chen, Avideh Zakhor (University of California at Berkeley), INFOCOM04, [Local]
F04-MMT-04: UEP for video transmission in space-time coded OFDM systems, Guang-Hua Yang (The University of Hong Kong), Dongxu Shen, Victor O. K. Li (University of Hong Kong), INFOCOM04, [Local]



[SPECIAL]: SACCS: Scalable Asynchronous Cache Consistency, Scheme for Mobile Environments, Zhijun Wang, Sajal Das, Hao Che and Mohan Kumar [Local]

F04-MMP-01: Designs of High Quality Streaming Proxy Systems, Songqing Chen (College of William and Mary), Bo Shen (Hewlett Packard Laboratories), Susie Wee (HP Labs), Xiaodong Zhang (College of William and Mary), INFOCOM04, [Local]


F04-MMP-02: Scalable Live Video Streaming to Cooperative Clients Using Time Shifting and Video Patching, Meng Guo, Mostafa Ammar (Georgia Institute of Technology), INFOCOM04, [Local]


F04-MMP-03: Proxy Cache Management for Fine-Grained Scalable Video Streaming, Jiangchuan Liu (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), Xiaowen Chu (Hong Kong Baptist University), Jianliang Xu (Hong Kong Baptist University) , INFOCOM04, [Local]

F04-MMP-04: Scalable On-Demand Streaming of Non-Linear Media, Yanping Zhao, Derek Eager (University of Saskatchewan), Mary Vernon (University of Wisconsin - Madison), INFOCOM04, [Local]

F04-MMP-05: Unified Framework for Optimal Video Streaming
, Philippe de Cuetos (Institut Eurecom), Keith W. Ross (Brooklyn Polytech), INFOCOM04, [Local]

F04-MMP-06: Analyzing Client Interactivity in Streaming Media (page 534), C. Costa, I. Cunha, A. Borges, C. Ramos, M. Rocha, J. Almeida, Federal University of Minas Gerais, B. Ribeiro-Neto, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Akwan Information Technologies, WWW2004, [Local]


MM1: Architecture of a Quality Based Intelligent Proxy (QBIX) for MPEG-4 Videos, Peter Schojer, Laszlo Böszörmenyi, Hermann Hellwagner, Bernhard Benz, Stefan Podlipnig, MM-1: Multimedia, WWW2003. [Local] [KEN1]


MM2: Multimedia Meets Computer Graphics in SMIL2.0: A Time Model for the Web [P382] Patrick Schmitz, WWW2002. [Local] [MA1]


MM-3A: Adaptive Joint Playout Buffer and FEC Adjustment for Internet Telephony, Catherine Boutremans, Jean-Yves Le Boudec, INFOCOMM 2003. [Local]


MM-3B: Path Diversity with Forward Error Correction (PDF) System for Delay Sensitive Applications over the Internet , Thinh Nguyen, INFOCOM 2003. [Local]  [OLELEYA1]






SEC INTRO: A Taxonomy of Computer Program Security Flaws , Carl E. Landwehr, Alan R. Bull, John P. McDermott, William S. Choi, September 1994, pdf(3.81 MB), ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR),  Volume 26 Issue 3 . [download from ACM]



INTRO: Abstracting Application-Level Web Security [P48] , Best Paper Finalist and Winner!, David Scott, Richard Sharp, [Presentation], WWW2002. [Local]


TRACE-1A:A Recursive Session Token Protocol for use in Computer Forensics and TCP Traceback Brian Carrier, Clay Shields, INFOCOMM 2002. [Local]

TRACK-1B:SAVE: Source Address Validity Enforcement Protocol Jun Li (University of California at Los Angeles), Jelena Mirkovic, Mengqiu Wang, Peter Reiher, Lixia Zhang, INFOCOMM 2002. [Local]


DOS-2A: Detecting SYN Flooding Attacks Haining Wang, Danlu Zhang, Kang G. Shin, INFOCOMM 2002. [Local] [ZAKIYA]

DOS-2B: Flash Crowds and Denial of Service Attacks: Characterization and Implications for CDNs and Web Sites [P342], Jaeyeon Jung, Balachander Krishnamurthy, Michael Rabinovich, [Presentation], www2002. [Local]

DOS-2C: Protecting Electronic Commerce From Distributed Denial-of-Service Attacks [P528], José Carlos Brustolon, WWW2002. [Local]


INTRUSION-3A:Detecting Network Intrusions via Sampling: A Game Theoretic Approach,Murari Kodialam, T. V. Lakshman (Bell Labs,Lucent Technologies) [Local] [DAVE1]

MONITOR-3B:Web Application Security Assessment by Fault Injection and Behavior Monitoring, Yao-Wen Huang, Shih-Kun Huang, Tsung-Po Lin, Chung-Hung Tsai, www2003. [Local]


F04-SEC-01:  SECURITY IP/TCP: Discovery of Policy Anomalies in Distributed Firewalls, Ehab Al-Shaer (Depaul University), Hazem Hamed (DePaul University), INFOCOM2004, [Local]

F04-SEC-02:  SECURITY IP/TCP: PacketScore: Statistical-based overload control against Distributed Denial-of-Service Attacks, Yoohwan Kim (Case Western Reserve University), Wing Cheong Lau, Mooi Choo Chuah (Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies), H. Jonathan Chao (Polytechnic University Brooklyn), INFOCOM2004, [Local]


F04-SEC-03: SECURITY IP/TCP:Deterministic Memory-Efficient String Matching Algorithms for Intrusion Detection, Nathan Tuck (University of California, San Diego), Timothy Sherwood (University of California, Santa Barbara), Brad Calder (UC San Diego), George Varghese (University of California at San Diego), INFOCOM2004, [Local]


F04-SEC-04: SECURITY  CSN/P2P: Securing Web Application Code by Static Analysis and Runtime Protection (page 40), Y.-W. Huang, National Taiwan University, Academia Sinica, F. Yu, Academia Sinica, C. Hang, RWTH Aachen, C.-H. Tsai, National Taiwan University, D. T. Lee, National Taiwan University, Academia Sinica, S.-Y. Kuo, National Taiwan University, WWW2004, [Local]

F04-SEC-05: SECURITY CSN/P2P: Scalable Hierarchical Access Control in Secure Group Communications, Yan Sun, K.J. Ray Liu (University of Maryland) , INFOCOM2004, [Local]

F04-SEC-06: SECURITY CSN/P2P: Trust-Preserving Set Operations, Ruggero Morselli (University of Maryland College Park), Samrat Bhattacharjee (University of Maryland at College Park), Jonathan Katz, Pete Keleher (University of Maryland), INFOCOM2004, [Local]
F04-SEC-07: SECURITY CSN/P2P: Trust-Serv: Model-Driven Lifecycle Management of Trust Negotiation Policies for Web Services (page 53) H. Skogsrud, B. Benatallah, University of New South Wales, F. Casati, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, WWW2004, [Local]



VIR-1A: Modeling Malware Spreading Dynamics, Michele Garetto, Weibo Gong, Don Towsley, INFOCOMM 2003. [Local]  [ZAKIYA]

VIR-1B: Modeling the Spread of Active Worms,   Zesheng Chen, Lixin Gao, Kevin Kwiat, INFOCOMM 2003. [Local]


VIR-2: String barcoding: uncovering optimal virus signatures , Sam Rash, Dan Gusfield , April 2002,Proceedings of the sixth annual international conference on Computational biology, [Local]

TRACE-3B:MET: an experimental system for Malicious Email Tracking , Manasi Bhattacharyya, S. Hershkop, E. Eskin, September 2002, Proceedings of the 2002 workshop on New security paradigms,  [Local]


TRACE-3A:Predators: Good Will Mobile Codes Combat Against Computer Viruses , Hiroshi Toyoizumi, Atsuhi Kara, September 2002, Proceedings of the 2002 workshop on New security paradigms. [Local]

MC-7B: Compilation and Run-Time Systems: DELI: a New Run-time Control Point, Giuseppe Desoli, N. Mateev, E. Duesterwald, P. Faraboschi, J. A. Fisher, November 2002, Proceedings of the 35th annual, ACM/IEEE international symposium on Microarchitecture, [Local]

MC-7A: Internet Quarantine: Requirements for Containing Self-Propagating Code, David Moore, Colleen Shannon, Geoffrey Voelker, Stefan Savage, INFOCOMM 2003. [Local]




F04-MBT-01: A New QoS Provisioning Method for Adaptive Multimedia in Cellular Wireless Networks, Fei Yu (The University of British Columbia), Vincent Wong (University of British Columbia), Victor Leung (The University of British Columbia), INFOCOM2004, [Local]

F04-MBT-02: A Novel Bitstream Level Joint Channel Error Concealment Scheme for Realtime Video over Wireless Networks, Xiaowei Ding, Kaushik Roy (Purdue University), INFOCOM2004, [Local]



F03-MW INTRO: Capacity, Delay and Mobility in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks  ,  Nikhil Bansal, Zhen Liu, INFOCOMM 2003.


F03-MW-1: User-Level Performance of Channel-Aware Scheduling Algorithms in Wireless Data Networks , Sem Borst, INFOCOMM 2003. [Local]


F03-MW-2: S-MIP: A Seamless Handoff Architecture for Mobile IP,   Robert Hsieh, Zhe Guang Zhou, Aruna Seneviratne, INFOCOMM 2003. [Local]


F03-MW-3A: Integration of 802.11 and Third-Generation Wireless Data Networks, Milind Buddhikot, Girish Chandranmenon, Seung-Jae Han, Yui-Wah Lee, Scott Miller, Luca Salgarelli, INFOCOMM 2003. [Local]

F03-MW-3B: Optimizing the Topology of Bluetooth Wireless Personal Area Networks Marco Ajmone Marsan, Carla-Fabiana Chiasserini, A. Nucci, G. Carello, L. D. Giovanni, INFOCOMM 2002 [Local]


F03-MW-4: Integration of Mobile Wireless Devices into Computation Grids, Thomas Phan, Lloyd Huang, Chris Dulan, International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, Pages: 271 - 278   , Year of Publication: 2002 [Local]





F04-MBA-01:Improving Web Browsing on Wireless PDAs Using Thin-Client Computing (page 143)
A. M. Lai, J. Nieh, B. Bohra, V. Nandikonda, A. P. Surana, S. Varshneya, Columbia University
F04-MBA-02: Web Browsing Performance of Wireless Thin-Client Computing, S. Jae Yang, Jason Nieh,Shilpa Krishnappa, Aparna Mohla, Mahdi Sajjadpour, MW-1: Mobility & Wireless Access, WWW2003 [Local]


F04-MBA-03: Session Level Techniques for Improving Web Browsing Performance on Wireless Links (page 121), P. Rodriguez, Microsoft Research, S. Mukherjee, S. Rangarajan, Bell Laboratories [Local]

F04-MBA-04: Sensor-enhanced Mobile Web Clients: an XForms Approach, John Barton, Tim Kindberg, Hui Dai, Bodhi Priyantha, Fahd Al-bin-ali, MW-1: Mobility & Wireless Access, WWW2003, [no perf analysis] [Local]

F04-SAJID2 F03-MBA-05:Personalized Pocket Directories for Mobile Devices [P92], - Doron Cohen, Michael Herscovici,Yael Petruschka, Yoëlle S. Maarek,Aya Soffer, Dave Newbold WWW2002. [no perf analysis] [Local]


F03-UA-1: Dynamic Service Reconfiguration for Wireless Web Access, Siu-Nam Chuang, Alvin T.S. Chan, Ronnie Cheung, Jiannong Cao, MW-1: Mobility & Wireless Access, WWW2003. [Local]


F03-UA-2: Detecting Web Page Structure for Adaptive Viewing on Small Form Factor Devices, Yu Chen, Wei-Ying Ma, Hong-Jiang Zhang, BU-1: Adapting Content to Mobile Devices, WWW2003 [Local]



F04-SEM-01: Semantic Email (page 244)
L. McDowell, O. Etzioni, A. Halevy, H. Levy, University of Washington, WWW2004, [Local]

F04-SEM-02: How to Make a Semantic Web Browser (page 255)
D. Quan, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
D. R. Karger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, WWW2004, [Local]


F04-SEM-03: Building a Companion Website in the Semantic Web [page 365], T. Miles-Board, C. Bailey, W. Hall, L. Carr, University of Southampton, WWW2004 [Local]


F04-SEM-04: CS AKTive Space: Representing Computer Science in the Semantic Web, [page 384], m.c. schraefel, N. R. Shadbolt, N. Gibbins, H. Glaser, S. Harris, University of Southampton, WWW2004 [Local]


F04-SEM-05: A Hybrid Approach for Searching in the Semantic Web, [page 374], C. Rocha, D. Schwabe, M. P. de Aragão, PUC-Rio, WWW2004 [Local]