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INET '92

Kobe, Japan

June 15-18, 1992

World Regional Networks

R1: Africa/Middle East

*       RINAF: A Network Interconnection Project of Academic and Research Institutions in Africa 
L. Abba, S. Giordano & Stefano Trumpy, CNUCE, Italy

*       Academic and Research Networking in Southern Africa--The UNINET-ZA Experience 
A. Shaw, UNINET/FRD, South Africa

*       RIO: An Operational Network in 6 Sub-Saharian Countries of Africa and Three South Pacific Islands 
Pascal Renaud and Monique Michaux, ORSTOM, France

R2: Latin America and Carribbean

*       Developing Methodologies for Assuring the Primacy of User Concerns in Network Planning: A New Study of a Large Population of Scientists in Chile
Stephen R. Ruth, George Mason University, USA & Florencio Utreras, University of Chile, Chile

*       The Organization of American States Hemisphere-wide Networking Initiative
Saul Hahn, OAS, USA

R3: Asia & Pacific

*       A Review of Educational and Research Networking Activity in Southeast Asia and the Pacific 
John Nine, Victoria Univ., New Zealand

*       High Speed Networking - A Korean Approach
Yanghee Choi, Seoul National Univ., Korea

*       Academic Networking in China
Hu Daoyuan, Tsinghua Univ., China

R4: Eastern Europe

*       Networking in the Baltic Countries: the BALTBONE Project 
Sergei Rotanov, Latvian Academy of Sciences, Latvia; Ants Work, IC, Estonia & Laimutis Telksnys, LAS,Lithania

*       Research and Academic Networking in the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic
Jan Gruntorad, CTUp, CSFR

*       HUNGARNET: The Hungarian Academic and Research Network
Peter JJakonyi & Laszlo Csaba, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

*       Romanian Academic Network: Present Status & Future Developments
Paul-Dan Cristea, Gheorghe Pascovici & Nicolae Popovici, Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, Romania

R5: Europe

*       The COSINE Project
Dai R. H. Davies, RARE/CPMU, Netherlands

*       Europe: Organizational Overview
Thomas Kalin, RARE, Netherlands

R6: North America

*       Update on Canadian Networks
John Curley, NRC, Canada & Pat Sampson, ISTC, Canada

*       United States Networking--A Regional Perspective
Glenn Ricart, SURAnet/Uinv. Of Maryland, USA

S1: Japan [the Host Country]

*       Academic Internetworking in Japan
Haruhisa Ishida, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan

*       WIDE Project Overview: Status Report of 1992
Jun Murai, Keio Univ., Japan

*       Network Module Structure for Heterogenous Datalinks
Akira Kato & Kaoru Hieda, Keio University, Japan

*       ISDN Internet for FIPTH: Fast IP to The Home - Development of MLP-over-ISDN Protocol
Ken-ichiro Murakami & Toshiharu Sugawara, NTT, Japan

Network Policy

P2: Network Connection Policy

*       Connectivity within the Internet - A Commentary 
Geoff Huston, AARNEl; Australia; Elise Gerich, MNI, USA & Bernhard Stockman, SUNET/NORDUnet, Sweden

*       Coordination Issues in Global Research Networks
Peter T. Kirstein, UC London, UK

P3: Privacy

*       Communications Privacy: Implications for Network Design
Marc Rotenberg, CPSR, USA

*       The Underpinnings of Privacy Protection
Frank M. Tuerkheimer, Univ. ofWisconsin, USA

*       Privacy Protection in the Area of Telecommunication in Japan  
Tsuyoshi Hiramatsu, Kansei Gakuin Univ., Japan

*       Communication Privacy Challenges  
David H. Flaherty, Univ. of Western Ontario, Canada

P4: Appropriate Use - Changing Perception with Network Growth

*       Civil Liberties in Cyberspace
Mitchell D. Kapor, EFF, USA

*       Internet Appropriate Use Policies: A Practical Approach
Sergio F. Heker, Princeton Univ., USA

*       The CERT/CC Experience: Past, Present and Future
Barbara Y. Fraser & Richard D. Pethia, SEI/CMU, USA

P5: Network Security

*       Overview of Internet Security Developments
Stephen D. Crocker, Trusted Information Systems, USA

*       An Overview of Internet Privacy Enhanced Mail (PEM) 
Stephen Kent, BBN, USA

*       Cryptographic Support in a Gigabit Network
Jonathan Smith, Univ. ofPennsylvania, USA

P6: Globalization of Networks

*       Intercontinental Engineering and Planning Group: INET'92 Report
Geoff Huston, AARNET, Australia

Network Applications

A1: The Role of National Libraries in the Evolving Global Information Infrastructure and Environment

(Paul Evan Peters, Coalition for Networked Information, USA; David Russon, British Library, UK; Pamela Q. J. Andre, National Agricultural Library, USA & Eric Wainwright, National Library ofAustralia, Australia)

A2: Networks and Social Change

*       Computer-Mediated Communication: A Potential Tool for Organizational Change
Sylvia Wilbur, QMW College, UK & Hannes Lubich, ETHZ,Switzerland

*       RELCOM, An Appropriate Technology Network
Larry Press, California State Univ., USA

*       K12 Network: Global Education through Telecommunications 
Janet Murray, K12net, USA

A3: Entry Level/Low-cost Solutions

*       FidoNet: Use, Technology and Tools
Randy Bush, PSG, USA

*       UUCP Networking in an Institutional, National and International Context 
Juan Miguel Stefanich, CNEA, Argentina

*       Low Cost IP Networking (Alan P. Barrett, Univ. of Natal, South A/llclI)late submission

*       From FidoNet to Internet: the Evolution of a National Network 
F.F. Jacot Guillarmod, Rhodes Univ. South Africa

A4: Network Management

*       Configuration Detection in Computer Networks within an Organization
Yuko Murayama,WIDE/Keio Univ., Japan

*       A Multiagent Diagnostic System for Internetwork Problems
Toshiharu Sugawara and Ken-ichiro MurakamNIT, Japan

*       Intelligent Network Management
K  Jayanthi, G. MansfielM. Murata, K  HiguchAICSL,
 B.Chakraborty, Y. Nemoto & S. Noguchi, Tohoku Univ., Japan

A5: Computer Supported Collaborative Works

*       Cooperative Work Using Advanced B- ISDN Video Workstations
Tohru HoshKenjiro Mori, Yasuhiro Takahashi & Takeshi lshizald, Hitachi, Japan

*       Supporting Encounters and Interactions in a Virtual Environment
Norihi/co Matsuura, Go Fujino, Ken-ichi Okada & Yutaka Matsushita,  Keio Univ.,Japan

*       Dynamics of Electronic Collaboration
Martyne Hallgren, Cornell Univ., USA

A6:Computer-mediated Communication- based Distance Education

*       Third Generation Distance Education
Bengt Olsen, KOMunity Software, Sweden

*       Creating Collaborative Environments in Education and Training-waiting for Electropolis
Morten Soeby, Univ. of Oslo, Norway

*      Virtual Classrooms for the 1990's
Andrew Feenberg, SDSU, USA

Network Technology

Tl: ATM from Desktop to the Wide-Area Network

*       ATM Tedmiqaee for JUab Speed Data Communication
Ichiro Inoue, Shin-ichiro Chaki & Naotaka Morita, NIT, Japan

T2: Advanced Networking Technology & Applications

*       Host Migration in Virtual Internet Protocol
Fumio Teraoka, Sony CSL, Japan

T3: Network Technologies--- the Next Generation

*       Next Generation Lightwave Transmission Technology-- Towards Simple and Flexible Networks-- 
Hideki lshio, NTT, Japan

T4: Network Operation and Measurement

*       An Internet Gateway in a Corporate Environment: Operational Experience and Demographics
Howard L. Funk, IBM, USA

*       Traffic Analysis of Trans-Atlantic Traffic
Ian Wakeman, Dave Lewis & Jon Crowcroft, UC London, UK

*       An Analysis of International Academic Research Network Traffic between Japan and Other Nations 
Toshiya Asaba, Recruit, Japan; K. Claffy, Univ. of California, USA, Osamu Nakamura, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan & Jun Murai, Keio Univ., Japan

T5: Addressing and Flow Control

*       Efficient and Flexible Hierarchical Address Assignment
Paul F. Tsuchiya, Bell Core, USA

*       The CWR Scheme: Congestion Avoidance using Combined Window-Rate Adaption 
Ortwin M. Rose, Univ. ofKarlsruhe, Germany

*       Flow Control in High -Speed Networks with Long Delays
Srinivasan Keshav, AT&T Bell Labs, USA

T6: MultiMedia

*       QOS Control of Continuous Media Communications
Yoshito Tobe, Toshiba, Japan; Stephen T. C. Chou & Hideyuki Tokuda, CMU, USA

*       Multimedia Conferencing: from Prototype to National Pilot
Mark J. Handley & Steve R. Wilbur, UC London, UK

*       Practical Problems with Implementing Multisite Multimedia Conferencing Internationally
Claudio Topolcic, NRI, USA

*       Software Codecs and Work -station Video Conferences
Christian Huitema & Thierry Turletti, INRIA, FRANCE

Workshop for Developing Countries

*       The Importance to Governments of Access to Distributed Knowledge
George Sadowsky, New York Univ., USA


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