INET 1993

Proceedings 1993 International Networking Conference

Table of Contents

Welcoming Statements

From the Conference Chair Eric Benhamou

From the ISOC Vice President for Conferences Larry Landweber

From the President of the Internet Society Vinton Cerf

From the Program Committee Co-Chairs Barry Leiner and William Yundt

A Note on these INET '93 Proceedings

Track B: Network Technology

BA: Security

Understanding the Internet CertificationSystem BAB

Stephen Kent (Bolt Beranek and Newman, Inc., USA,

Piloting Authentication and Security Servicesin the PASSWORD Project BAC

Peter Kirstein (University College London, United Kingdom,

Peter Williams (University College London, United Kingdom,

BB: The Next IP

CIDRand the Evolution of the Internet Protocol BBA

Peter Ford (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA,

Hans-Werner Braun (San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA,

Yakov Rekhter (T.J. Watson Research Center, USA,

BC: Advances in Routing Protocols

Routing in Large Internets BCA

Deborah Estrin (USC, USA,

Multicast Reservation Protocols BCB

Lixia Zhang (Xerox PARC, USA,

Multicast Routing Extensions for OSPF BCC

John Moy (Protean, Inc., USA,

BD: Panel: ATM

Chair: David Clark

BE: Mobility

Enhancement of VIP and Its Evaluation BEA

Keisuke Uehara (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan,

Jun Murai (KEIO University, Japan,

Hideki Sunahara (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan,

Fumio Teraoka (Sony Computer Science Laboratory, Japan,

BF: Network Support of Multimedia

Partial Order Transport Service forMultimedia Applications: Unreliable Service BFA

Paul Amer (University of Delaware, USA,

Christophe Chassot (Laboratoire d'Automatique et d'Analyse des Systemes, France,)

Thomas Connolly (University of Delaware, USA, )

Michel Diaz (Laboratoire d'Automatique et d'Analyse des Systemes, France,

Multimedia Application Requirements for MulticastCommunications Services BFB

Jon Crowcroft (University College London, United Kingdom,

S Chuang (University College London, United Kingdom, )

S Hailes (University College London, United Kingdom, )

M Handley (University College London, United Kingdom,

N Ismail (University College London, United Kingdom, )

D Lewis (University College London, United Kingdom, )

I Wakeman (University College London, United Kingdom, )

ARun-time Environment for Da CaPo BFC

M. Vogt (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zuerich, Switzerland,

Thomas Plagemann (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zuerich, Switzerland, plagemann@

Bernhard Plattner (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland,

Thomas Walter (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zuerich, Switzerland,

Track C: Network Engineering

CA: Practical Considerations for Routing and Addressing

Technical Implementation of the RIPE RouteServer CAA

Tony Bates (RIPE Network Coordination Centre (NCC), Netherlands,

Practical Considerations for NetworkAddressing using a CIDR Block Allocation CAB

Haavard Eidnes (University of Trondheim, Norway,

Autonomous System Partitioning and Policy Routingin the Japanese Internet CAC

Kazuhiko Yamamoto (Kyushu University, Japan,

Noritoshi Demizu (OMRON /Corporation, Japan,

Masaki Hirabaru (University of Tokyo, Japan,

Akira Kato (Keio University, Japan,

Yuko Murayama (WIDE Project, Japan,

Motonori Nakamura (Kyoto University, Japan,

CB: Capacity Forecasting and Planning

Long Term Traffic Aspects of the NSFNET CBA

Kim Claffy (San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA,

Hans-Werner Braun (San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA,

George Polyzos (University of California, San Diego, USA,

A Measurement Study of Changes inService-Level Reachability in the Global Internet CBB

Michael Schwartz (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA,

John Quarterman (Matrix Information & Directory Services, Inc. (MIDS), USA,

IP Traffic Measurements and Analyze atCERN CBC

Jessica Yu (MERIT Network Inc., USA,

Jean-Michel Jouanigot (CERN, Switzerland,

Olivier Martin (CERN, Switzerland,

CC: Mastering the Topology Stack

Domain Name System Forwarding Strategies CCA

Alan Barrett (University of Natal, South Africa,

How to Maximize Mail Address Flexibility andReliability Using Standard Sendmail and BIND CCB

Imazu Hideyo (Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., Japan,

MBONE - the Multicast Backbone CCC

Hans Eriksson (SICS, Sweden,

CD: Dealing with Heterogeneous Networks

Mapping Networks and Services CDA

John Quarterman (Matrix Information & Directory Services, Inc. (MIDS), USA,

Smoot Carl-Mitchell (Texas Internet Consulting, USA,

Gretchen Phillips (University of Buffalo, USA,

The TipTop Gateway: Transporting K12NetBetween the U.S. and Europe by Tunneling the Internet CDB

Louis Van Geel (B - Net & KI2Net, Belgium,

Extending the LAN via ISDN CDC

Graham Knight (University College London, United Kingdom,

Key Issues in Transporting TCP/IP over PublicData Networks CDD

Michael Conn (MCI, USA,

Dave Mcdysan (MCI, USA,

CE: Network Operation and Management

Accomplishing Performance Management withSNMP CEA

Allan Leinwand (Cisco Systems, USA,

Improved Network Management Using WIDE/PhoneShell CEB

Hiroyuki Ohno (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan,

Minerva: An Event-Based Model for ExtensibleNetwork Management CEC

David Hughes (Bond University, Australia,

Zheng Da Wu (Bond University, Australia,

Track D: Application Technology

DA: Tools for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval

UWIN - The University of WashingtonInformation Navigator DAA

Edward Lightfoot (University of Washington, USA,

Whois++ and Centroids: A Next GenerationWhite Pages DAB

Joan Gargano (UC Davis, USA,

DB: Building Applications

Proposal for a Subject Oriented UserInterface to the Internet DBA

Judith Ahrens (Drexel University, USA,

Gerardo Esquer (Drexel University, USA,

WorldWide Web Initiative DBB

Tim Berners-Lee (WorldWide Web Project, Switzerland,

Robert Cailliau (CERN, Switzerland,

Nicola Pellow (CERN, Switzerland, )

Arthur Secret (CERN, Switzerland,

DC: Multimedia Technologies

Piloting of Multimedia IntegratedCommunications for European Researchers (MICE) DCA

Peter Kirstein (University College London, United Kingdom,

M Handley (University College London, United Kingdom,

A Sasse (University College London, United Kingdom, )

The Packet Video Project at MCNC DCB

Jack Drescher (Center for Communications at MCNC, USA,

Hyper-G: A Distributed Hypermedia System DCC

Frank Kappe (Graz University of Technology, Austria,

DD: Multimedia Tools

A Protype for a Multimedia Message HandlingSystem Based on a Model of Semantic Base Info Representation With MultipleMedia DDA

Shingo Fujimoto (University of Electro Communications, Japan,

Satoshi Irioka (University of Electo-Communications, Japan,

Hideki Sunahara (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan,

Architectural Foundations of PINE: aMultimedia Email and News Client for DOS and Unix DDB

Terence Gray (University of Washington, USA,

DE: Technologies for Cooperative Work

Toward Seamless Collaboration Media: FromTeam Workstation to Clearboard DEA

Hiroshi Ishii (The University of Toronto, Canada,

DF: NIDR Research and Development Initiatives

Collaborative Information Retrieval: Gopherfrom MOO DFA

Larry Masinter (Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, USA,

Eric Ostrom (Gustavus Adolphus College, USA,

Research Problems for Scalable InternetResource Discovery DFB

Michael Schwartz (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA, )

C. Mic Bowman (Pennsylvania State University, USA,

Peter Danzig (University of Southern California, USA,

DG: Distributed Applications Management

WWFS: An Evolutionary Framework for FileSharing in the Internet DGB

Youki Kadobayashi (Osaka University, Japan,

Hideo Miyahara (Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, miyahara@

Suguru Yamaguchi (Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, suguru@

Prospero: A Base for Building InformationInfrastructure DGC

Clifford Neuman (USC Information Sciences Institute, USA,

Steven Augart (University of Southern California, USA,

Track E: User Applications

EA: Training and Support for Virtual Communities

Educating Network Users in Distance EducationThrough Computer Networks - Experiences from Running Distance Education CoursesThrough UNINETT EAA

Astrid Jenssen (University of Oslo, Norway,

Supporting End-Users of NetworkedBibliographic Databases EAB

Terry Morrow (University of Bath, United Kingdom,

Community Computer Networks EAC

Steve Cisier (Apple Computer, Inc., USA,

Dewayne Hendricks (Tetherless Access Ltd., USA,

Building Electronic Communities EAD

Jill Foster (Univ of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom,

EB: Panel: Virtual Culture and Community

Virtual Culture and Institutes for Research EBA

Ermel Stepp (Marshall University, USA,

EC: Global Networks and K12 Education

The Boulder Valley Internet Project ECA

Ken Klingenstein (University of Colorado, USA,

Educational Networking: Meeting Educators'Needs ECB

Robert Tinker (TERC, USA,

The Globe Project: A Place for Youth toMake a Difference by Working Together Globally Using Telecommunications ECC

Peter Copen (Copen Family Fund, USA,

EE: Supporting Global Emergency Management

Toward a Global Disaster ManagementInformation Network: The Role of the Internet EEA

Peter Anderson (Simon Fraser University, Canada,

David Butler (University of Colorado, USA,

Internetworking and Global EnvironmentalResearch EEB

Herre Heersma (RIVM, Netherlands,

Otto Tissing (RIVM, Netherlands, tissing@

CERT Incidence Response and the Internet EEC

Katherine Fithen (CERT Coordination Center, USA,

Barbara Fraser (CERT Coordination Center, USA,

EF: Cyber-Knowledge and Information-Space

Presence and Form in the Architecture of Cyberspace EFA

Barre Ludvigsen (Ostfold Regional College, Norway,

Text, Internet: InterText EFB

Barton Thurber (University of San Diego, USA,

Jack Pope (University of San Diego, USA,

Gender Swapping on the Internet EFC

Amy Bruckman (MIT Media Lab, USA,

Track F: Policy Issues

FA: Economic Policy

The Internet and the Market System:Externalities, marginal cost, and the Public Interest FAA

Sandra Schickele (Sonoma State University, USA,

Research Networks in Developing Countries:Not Exactly the Same Story! FAB

Daniel Pimienta (Union Latina, Redalc Office, Dominican Republic, pimienta!

Network Analysis in Support of InternetPolicy Requirements FAC

Hans-Werner Braun (San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA,

Kim Claffy (San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA,

FD: Future Global Network Policy

Global Networking from Asia-PacificPerspective FDA

Kilnam Chon (KAIST, Korea,

On Policy Issues for the Operation ofEuropean Data Networks for the Research Community FDB

Klaus Ullmann (Direction Operational Unit Ltd., United Kingdom,

EBONE - Backbone and Neutral Interconnect FDC

Frode Greisen (EARN, Denmark, frode.greisen@

Track G: Regional Issues

GA: Asia Pacific

Sustainable Development Networks/Concepts& Practice in Australia/Pegasus Network Experience GAA

Ian Peter (Pegasus Networks, Australia,

Mule: A MULtilingual Enhancement to GNU Emacs GAB

Ken'ichi Handa (, Japan,

Mikiko Nishikimi (ElectroTechnical Laboratory, Japan,

Satoru Tamura (ElectroTechnical Laboratory, Japan,

Building an International Network inAsian-Pacific Rim: the Taiwan Strategy GAC

Chang-Sung Yu (National Taiwan University, Republic of China,

GB: Central and Eastern Europe

Research Networks in the Baltic States GBA

Ants Work (Institute of Cybernetics, Estonia,

Telecommunications and Networking in BalticCountries GBB

Algirdas Pakstas (Inst. Math & Informatics, Lithuania,

Networking in the Czech Republic - The CESNETProject GBC

Jan Gruntorad (Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republik, tkjg@earn.cvut.cs)

SANET: Evolution and Services GBD

Karol Fabian (Institute of Automation and Communication/UAKOM, Slovakia,

Lubos Elias (Institute of Automation and Communication, Slovakia, elias@uakom.cs)

Dusan Hruby (Institute of Automation and Communication, Slovakia, hruby@uakom.cs)

Romanian Computer Network for Education andResearch - the First Steps GBE

Paul Cristea (Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, Romania,

Trandafir Moisa (Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania,

New Developments and Services in theHungarian Academic and Research Network GBF

Peter Bakonyi (Hungaria Ltd.- HUNGARNET, Hungary,

Laslo Csaba (Hungaria Ltd.- HUNGARNET, Hungary,

Croatian Academic and Research Network GBG

Predrag Pale (Zagreb University, Croatia,

Networking in Poland GBH

Jerzy Zenkiewicz (Torun University, Poland,

GD: Empowering New Users

Personal Computer-Based CommunicationsTraining: The Future in African Networking GDA

Gary Garriott (Volunteers in Technical Assistance, USA,

Computing under "Socialism": ARetrospective and Perspective GDB

Seymour Goodman (University of Arizona, USA,

Empowering Low-Bandwidth Users GDC

Laurence Press (UC Dominguez Hills, USA,

Predicting and Facilitating the Success ofDeveloping Nations in the Use of International Networks: Insights and Proposals GDD

Stephen Ruth (George Mason University, USA,

GE: European Developments

NJE Services to the Users ... and More GEA

Daniele Bovio (EARN Office, France, hi@frors12.bitnet)

Frode Greisen (EARN, Denmark,

Operational Network Services for the EuropeanResearch Community GEB

Howard Davies (University of Exeter, UK, United Kingdom,

SuperJANET Applications GEC

John Dyer (Joint Network Team, United Kingdom,

EBONE, A Technical Overview GED

Bernhard Stockman (SUNET/NORDUnet/EBONE Network Op Ctr, Sweden,

GF: Latin America

Networking Latin Americaand the Caribbean: Creating Alternatives GFA

Luis German Rodriguez Leal (Universidad Central De Venezuela, Venezuela,

Non-Commercial Networking in Brazil

Michael Stanton (Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

The Chilean Internet Connection or I NeverPromised You a Rose Garden GFB

Patricio Poblete (Universidad de Chile, Chile,

Ricardo Baeza-Yates (Universidad de Chile, Chile,

Jose Piquer (Universidad de Chile, Chile,

GG: Africa

Lessons in Network Building in Africa: TheNeed for Development of Network Supportive Infrastructure GGA

Lishan Adam (UNECA/PADIS ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia,

Academic Networking in Tunisia GGB

Nejib Abida (Regional Institute of Science Info. & Tel, Tunisia, abida@tnearn.bitnet)


A: INET '93 Advance Program

B: INET '93 Organizing Committee

C: INET '93 Program Committee

D: Developing Countries Workshop Organizing Committee

E: Cross-listing of INET '93 Session Chairs

F: Cross-listing of INET '93 Authors, and Panelists

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