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For details and registration information:
        Link to: http://www.eecs.tulane.edu/ICDCS/

Key Dates:
May 10: Preregistration Deadline
May 11: Hotel Registration Deadline
May 31-June 5: Tutorials, Workshops, Conference

Tutorials on JAVA and on Caching
Workshops on E-Commerce, Web Applications, Middleware,
and Self-stabilizing Systems
Keynote Addresses by
Mani Chandy (Caltech)
Rick Raschid (Microsoft)

Monday, May 31st
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tutorial: Java and High Performance Computing
Rajkumar Buyya and Ira Pramanick

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tutorial: Caching and Replication on the Internet
Michael Rabinovich

Tuesday, June 1st
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Workshop: ICDCS Workshop on Electronic Commerce and Web-based
Wei Sun, Doug Tygar, and Sam Chanson
(Preliminary Program Follows Conference Program)

Workshop: ICDCS Workshop on Middleware
Partha Dasgupta
(Preliminary Program Follows Conference Program)


Wednesday, June 2nd
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Session 1: Keynote Address
        Speaker: Rick Rashid, Vice President, Microsoft Research
        Chair: Doug Tygar, University of California at Berkeley

10:30 am - 11:00 am COFFEE/TEA BREAK

11:00 am - 12:30 am
Session 2A: Broadcast and Multicast
        Chair: David Bakken

The Inter-Group Router Approach to Scalable Group Composition,
          S. Johnson, F. Jahanian, University of Michigan

Efficient Collective Communication in Distributed Heterogeneous
          P. Bhat, C. Raghavendra, V. Prassana, University of
          Southern California

On Providing Quality of Service Control for Core-Based Multicast
          H. Tyan, J. Hou, and B. Wang, Ohio State University

Session 2B: Fault-Tolerance
          Chair: Lorenzo Alvisi

Causally Ordered Multicast: the Conservative Approach,
          M. Kalantar, IBM T.J. Watson Center, K. Birman, Cornell University.

Reducing Message Overhead in TMR Systems,
          J. Ramirez, R. Melhen, University of Pittsburgh.

Progressive Construction of Consistent Global Checkpoints,
          I. Garcia, L. Buzato, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil.

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm LUNCH

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Session 3A: Operating Systems
          Chair: Mootaz El-Nozahy

Efficient Kernel Support of Fine-Grained Protection Domains for Mobile
          M. Takahashi, K. Kono, T. Masuda, University of Tokyo, Japan.

The Swarm Scalable Storage System,
          J. Hartman, I. Murdock, T. Spalink, University of Arizona.

Stateful Group Communication Services,
          R. Litiu, A. Parkash, University of Michigan.

Session 3B: Replication and Adaptation
          Chair: Roberto Baldoni

Replicated Directory Service for Weakly Consistent Distributed Caches,
          M. Makpangou, G. Pierre, C. Khoury, N. Dorta, INRIA, France.

A Dynamic Object Replication and Migration Protocol for Internet Hosting
          M. Rabinovich, AT&T Labs.

Using Hysteresis to Reduce Adaptation Cost of a Dynamic Quorom
          M. Bearden, Lucent Technologies.

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm REFRESHMENT BREAK

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Session 4A: Network Protocols
          Chair: JJ Garcia-Luna-Aceves

Trust vs. Threats: Recovery and Survival in Electronic Commerce,
          J. Su, Oracle Corporation, D. Manchala, Xerox Corporation.

Optimal Dynamic Location Update for PCS Networks,
          J. Li, H. Kameda, University of Tsukuba, Japan, K. Li,
          State University of New York.

Search Space Reduction in QoS Routing,
          I. Matta, Northeastern University.

Session 4B: Monitoring and Measuring
          Chair: Sarah Chodrow

ETE: A Customizable Approach to Measuring End-to-End Response Times and
Their Components in Distributed Systems,
          J. Hellerstein, IBM T. J. Watson Center.

Run-Time Detection in Parallel and Distributed Systems: An Application
Safety-Critical Applications,
          B. Plale, K. Schwan, Georgia Tech.

HiFi: A New Monitoring Architecture for Distributed System Management,
          E. Al-Shaer, DePaul University, H. Abdel-Wahab, K. Maly,
          Old Dominion University.

Thursday, June 3rd

9:00 am - 10:30 pm
Session 5A: Mobile Systems
          Chair: David Johnson

NAP: Practical Fault-tolerance for Itinerant Computations,
          D. Johansen, University of Tromso, Norway, K. Marzullo,
          University of California, San Diego, F. Schneider, Cornell
          University, K. Jacobsen, University of Tromso, Norway,
          D. Zagorodnov, University of California, San Diego.

Mobile Agent Programming in Ajanta,
          A. Tripathi, N. Karnik, M. Vora, T. Ahmed, University of Minnesota.

Possession System: Middleware for Adaptive Multiuser Applications in a
Mobile Environment,
          M. Mochizuki, H. Tokuda, Keio University, Japan.

Session 5B: Synchronization
          Chair: Michel Raynal

Distributed Deadlock Detection and Resolution based on Hardware Clocks,
          J. Mayo, P. Kearns, College of William and Mary.

(h-k)-Arbiter for (h-k)-Mutual Exclusion,
          Y. Manabe, N. Tajima, NTT Basic Research labs, Japan.

Fast and Fair Mutual Exclusions for Shared Memory Systems,
          T. Huang, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.

10:30 am - 11:00 am COFFEE/TEA BREAK

11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Session 6A: Multimedia Systems
          Chair: Ajay Kshemkalyani

Adapting Distributed Applications Using Extensible Networks,
          S. Thibault, J. Marant, G. Muller, IRISA, France.

Fault Tolerant Video on Demand Services,
        T. Anker, D. Dolen, I. Keidar, The Hebrew University, Israel.

Static and Dynamic Mapping of Media Assets on a Network of Multimedia
Information Servers,
          R. Lueling, University of Paderborn, Germany.

Session 6B: Web Caching
          Chair: Douglas H. Steves

An Efficient Multicast Protocol for Content-based Publish-Subscribe
          G. Banavar, T. Chandra, B. Mukherjee, J. Nagarajarao, R. Storm,
          D. Sturman, IBM T. J. Watson Center.

Beyond Hierarchies: Design Considerations for Distributed Caching on the
          R. Tewari, M. Dahlin, H. Vin, J. Kay, University of Texas at

Interpreting Stale Load Information,
          M. Dahlin, University of Texas at Austin.

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm LUNCH

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Session 7A: Realtime Systems
          Chair: Sarah Chodrow

Site Selection for Real-Time Client Request Handling,
          V. Kanitkar, Polytechnic University.

A Compiler-Based Approach to Design and Engineering of Complex Real-Time
          A. Bakic, M. Mutka, Michigan State University.

Design and Performance Evaluation of Java-Based Multicast Browser Tool,
          P. McKinley, R. Barrios, A. Malenfant, Michigan State University.

Session 7B: Distributed Shared Memory
          Chair: Guru Banavar

Active Correlation Tracking,
          K. Thitikamol, P. Keleher, University of Maryland, College Park.

Proxy Cache Coherency and Replacement - Towards a More Complete Picture,
          B. Krishnamurthy, C. Wills, Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

DPRpc: A Highly Adaptable Protocol for Reliable DSM Systems,
          J. Turk, B. Fleisch, University of California, Riverside.

3:30 pm - 4:00 pm REFRESHMENT BREAK

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Session 8A: Panel Discussion

Session 8B: Scheduling
          Chair: TBD

Imprecise Calenders: An Approach to Scheduling Computational Grids,
          J. Hollingsworth, S. Maneewongvatana, University of Maryland,
          College Park.

Effective Complexity Reduction for Optimal Scheduling of Distributed
Time Applications,
          J. Jonsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.

Initial Synchronization of TDMA Communication in Distributed Real-Time
          H. Lonn, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.

Friday, June 4th

9:00 am - 10:00 am
Session 9: Keynote Address
          Title: Distributed Computing Technologies for Crisis Management
          Speaker: K. Mani Chandy, Simon Ramo Professor of Computer Science,
California Institute of Technology
          Chair: Mohamed Gouda

10:00 am - 10:30 am COFFEE/TEA BREAK

10:30 am - 12:00 n
Session 10A: Application Support
          Chair: Kurt Maly

Exposing Application Alternatives,
          P. Keleher, J. Hollingsworth, D. Perkovic, University of
          Maryland, College park.

Mockingbird: Flexible Stub Compilation from Pairs of Declarations,
          J. Auerbach, C. Barton, M. Chu-Carroll, M. Raghavachari,
          IBM T. J. Watson Center.

System Support for Dynamic Layout of Distributed Applications, O.
          I. Ben-Shaul, H. Gazit, Technion, Israel.

Session 10B: Database Systems
          Chair: Maria Cobb

Incorporating Transaction Semantics to Reduce Reprocessing Overhead in
Replicated Mobile Data Applications,
          P. Liu, P. Ammann, S. Jajodia, George Mason University.

Processing Transactions over Optimistic Atomic Broadcast Protocols,
          B. Kemme, F. Pedone, G. Alonso, A. Schiper, Swiss Federal
          Institute of Technology.

Scalable Processing of Read-Only Transactions in Broadcast Push,
          E. Pitoura, University of Ioannina, Greece, P. Chrysanthis,
          University of Pittsburgh.

12:00 n - 1:00 pm LUNCH

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Session 11A: Distributed Objects
          Chair: Mustaque Ahamad

Ambassadors: Structured Mobility in Worldwide Distributed Systems,
          H. Detmold, M. Hollfelder, M. Oudshoorn, University of
          Adelaide, Australia.

Beyond the Blackbox: Event-Based Inter-Process Communication in Process
Support Systems,
          C. Hagen, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.

An Advanced Communication Toolkit for Implementing the Broker Pattern,
          C. Francu, I. Marsic, Rutgers University.

Session 11B: Distributed Algorithms
          Chair: Anish Arora

On Classes of Problems in Asynchronous Distributed Systems with Process
          E. Fromentin, M. Raynal, F. Tronel, IRISA, France.

Uniform Timing of Multicast Service,
          A. Ciuffoletti, Universita di Pisa, Italy.

Self-Stabilizing Neighborhood Synchronizer in Tree Networks,
          C. Johnen, L. Alima, A. Datta, S. Tixeuil, Universite de
          Paris-Sud, France.

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm REFRESHMENT BREAK

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Session 12A: CORBA
          Chair: Laura Dillon

PASS - Abstractions for Efficient Large Scale Dissemination of
Data Using CORBA,
          J. Zinky, L. O'Brien, D. Bakken, BBN Technologies,
          V. Krishnaswamy, M. Ahamad, Georgia Tech.

Providing Support for Survivable CORBA Applications with the Immune
          P. Narasimhan, K. Kihlstrom, L. Moser, P. Melliar-Smith, University
          California, Santa Barbara.

A Context-Based Approach for the CORBA Trading Service,
          Z. Tari, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia.

Session 12B: Load Balancing
          Chair: Liz White

Redirection Algorithms for Load Sharing in Distributed Web-Server
          V. Cardellini, M. Colajanni, P. Yu, IBM T. J. Watson Center.

Load Balancing and Hot Spot Relief for Hash Routing among a Collection
Proxy Caches,
          K. Wu, P. Yu, IBM T. J. Watson Center.

Striping and Buffer Caching for Software RAID File Systems in
          J. Kim, S. Eom, S. Noh, Y. Won, Hong-Ik University, South Korea.

END 4:30 pm Friday

Saturday, June 5th
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Workshop: ICDCS Workshop on Self-stabilizing Systems
Anish Arora
(Preliminary Program Appears Trails this Message)


Preliminary Program

ICDCS Workshop on Electronic Commerce and Web-based Applications

JAM: High Performance Internet Computing,
          Long Yan, Florida International University,
          Chungmin Chen, Bellcore

Efficient Dissemination of Mobile Agents,
          W. Theilmann and K. Rothermal, University of Stuttgart

Consistency maintenance by operational transformation in Web
based real time group editor,
          C. Sun, Griffith University, Australia

An Efficient Web Based Semantic SQL Query Generator,
N. Rishe and K. Naboulsi, Florida International University

WALRUS - a Low Latency, High Throughput Web Service Using
Internet-Wide Replication,
          Y. Amir and D. Shaw, Johns Hopkins University

Building a Web based Enterprise Infrastructure for Global Software
          Jerry Gao, San Jose State University,
          Cris Chen and Y. Toyoshima, Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc

Regulating Agent involvement in Inter-Enterprise Electronic Commerce
          A. Gal, Naftaly Minsky, and Victoria Ungureann
          Rutgers University

Processes in Electronic Commerce
          Gustavo Alonso, Claus Hagen, and Amaya Lazcano
          ETH Zurich

A Practical Approach to Web-Based Internet EDI
          Fu, Chung, Dietrich, Gottemukkalla, Cohen, Chen (IBM)

Mobile Agents Integrity in E-commerce Applications
          Antonio Corradi, Rebecca Montanari, and Steanelli
          University of Bologna

Distributed Trading in a Global Electronic Market
          Benny Reich and Israel Ben-Shaul

Real Time Aware Protocols for General E-Commerce and
Electronic Auction Transactions
          Srividhya Subramanian and Mukesh Singhal
          Ohio State University

Preliminary Program
ICDCS Workshop on Middleware

Session 1: 9:00 - 10:00
Mediating Connectors,
      Robert Balzer,
      University of Southern California and Information Sciences Institute.

An Approach towards an Agent Computing Environment,
      Dag Johansen University of Tromso and Cornell University,
      Keith Marzullo University of California, San Diego, and
      Kare J. Lauvset University of Tromso and Cornell University.

Session 2: 10:30-12:00
Interoperable Concurrency Support with SIR Middleware,
      Eugene Fodor and Ronald Olsson,
      University of California, Davis.

Mobile Procedures: Metacomputing in Java,
      Dimitrios Barelos and Evaggelia Pitoura, University of Ioannina and
George Samaras University
      of Cyprus.

Efficient Object Serialization in Java,
      Lukasz Opyrchal and Atul Prakash,
      University of Michigan.

Lunch: 12:00 - 1:30

Session 3: 1:30 - 3:00
A Reliable Multicast Framework for Distributed Virtual Environment,
      Fumiaki Sato, Kunihiko Minamihata, Hisao Fukuoka and Tadanori Mizuno,
      Shizuoka University.

The Architecture of the READY Event Notification Service,
      R. Gruber, B. Krishnamurthy, and E. Panagos, AT&T.

Information Flow Based Messaging Middleware for Building Loosely Coupled
      Guruduth Banavar and Marc Kaplan, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center,
      Kelly Shaw, Stanford University,
      Robert E. Strom and Daniel C. Sturman, IBM T. J. Watson Research
      and Wei Tao University of Utah,

Session 4: 3:30 - 5:00
Design and Implementation of Runtime Reflection in Communication
Middleware: the
dynamicTAO Case,
      Manuel Roman, Fabio Kon and Roy H. Campbell,
      University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Design and Implementation of an Availability Management Service,
      Shivakant Mishra and Guozhao Pang,
      University of Wyoming.

Compose|Q - A QoS-enabled Customizable Middleware Framework for
      Nalini Venkatasubramaniam,
      University of California, Irvine.

Preliminary Program

          ICDCS Workshop on Self-stabilizing Systems

The FDDI MAC Meets Stabilization
          Adam M. Costello and George Varghese
          University of California at Berkeley

Stabilization of Maximal Metric Trees
          Mohamed G. Gouda and Marco Schneider
          University of Texas at Austin

Scalable Self-Stabilization
            Sukumar Ghosh and Xin He
            University of Iowa

Parallel Composition of Stabilizing Algorithms
          Shlomi Dolev and Ted Herman
          University of Iowa

A Case Study in Component based Mechanical Verification of
Fault-tolerant Programs
          Sandeep Kulkarni, John Rushby, and N. Shankar
          Ohio State University

An Exercise in Proving Convergence through Transfer Functions
          Olivel Theel and Felix C. Gartner
          Technical University of Darmstadt

The Alternator
          Mohamed G. Gouda and Furman Haddix
          University of Texas at Austin

Phase Synchronization on Asynchronous Uniform Rings
          Shing-Tsaan Huang and Tzong-Jye Liu
          National Tsing Hua University

Finite-State Self-Stabilizing Protocols in Message Passing Systems
          Rodney Howell, Mikhail Nesterenko, and Masaaki Mizuno
          Kansas State University

Self-Stabilizing Census with Cut-Through Constraint
          Joffroy Beauquier, Ajoy Datta, and Sebastien Tixueil
          University of Nevada Las Vegas

State-Optimal Snap-Stabilizing PIF in Tree Networks
          Alain Bui, Ajoy K. Datta, Franck Petit, and Vincent Villain
          University of Nevada Las Vegas

Self-Stabilizing Clock Synchronization in a Hierarchical Network
          Augusto Ciuffoletti
          University of Pisa

Self-stabilizing Max-heap
          Luc Onana Alima
          Catholic University of Louvain

Self-Stabilizing Load Distribution for Replicated Servers on a
Per-Access Basis
          Felix C. Gartner and Henning Pagnia
          Technical University of Darmstadt

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