Designing the future internet requires an in-depth consideration of the mana- ment, dimensioningandtra?ccontrolissuesthatwillbe involvedinthe network operations of these networks. The International Workshop on Tra?c Mana- ment and Tra?c Engineering of the Future Internet, FITraMEn2008, organized 1 within the framework of the Network of Excellence Euro-NF, providedanopen forum to present and discuss new ideas in this area in the context of ?xed, wireless and spontaneous (ad hoc and sensor) networks. TheNetworkofExcellenceEuro-NF AnticipatingtheNetworkoftheFuture - From Theory to Design is a European project funded by the European Union withintheSeventhFrameworkProgram.ThefocusofEuro-NFistodevelopnew principles and methods to design/dimension/control/manage multi-technology architectures. The emerging networking paradigms raise new challenging sci- ti?c and technological problems embedded in complex policy, governance, and worldwide standards issues. Dealing with the diversity of these scienti?c and social, political and economic challenges requires the integration of a wide range of research capabilities, a role that Euro-NF aims to ful?ll. This proceedings volume contains a selection of the research contributions presented at FITraMEn 2008. The workshop was held December 11 12, 2008 in 2 Porto, Portugal, organized by Instituto de Telecomunica, c oes .qHigh-Performance H.264/SVC Video Communications in 802.11e Ad Hoc Networks Attilio Fiandrotti, Dario Gallucci, ... small video units, the overhead imposed by the 802.11 contention-based channel access mechanism might be large. Thusanbsp;...
|Title||:||Traffic Management and Traffic Engineering for the Future Internet|
|Author||:||Rui Valadas, Paulo Salvador|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-09-23|