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1 Vincenzo Mancuso CURRICULUM VITAE PERSONAL INFORMATION Name MANCUSO VINCENZO Address 1/M, VIA XII GENNAIO , PALERMO, ITALY Telephone Home: Office (ITA): Mobile phone ITA: Fax Nationality Italian Date of birth 22/05/1977 WORK EXPERIENCE Dates (from to) From June 2005 Type and field of activity Department of Electrical, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering University of Palermo, Italy covered Post-Doc position for the research in the field of Telecommunication Engineering. Grant from the MIUR (Italian government department for university and research) Dates (from to) From March 2008 Type and field of activity Department of Electrical, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering University of Palermo, Italy covered Professor for the course of Rete Internet (Internet) (undergraduate, 62 hours) Dates (from to) From September 2006 to January 2008 Type and field of activity Electrical and Computer Engineering Department George R. Brown School of Engineering - Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA covered Visiting Post-Doc position in the Rice Networks Groups (collaboration topic: wireless mesh networking and MMR) Dates (from to) From March 2005 to April 2007 Type and field of activity Department of Electrical, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering University of Palermo at Caltanissetta, Italy covered Professor for the course of Electrical Communications (undergraduate, 88 hours) Dates (from to) From January 2005 to May 2005

2 Type and field of activity Department of Electrical Engineering University of Palermo, Italy covered Collaborator for the POLLENS project Dates (from to) From July 2004 to December 2005 Type and field of activity Department of Electronic Engineering University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy Collaborator in the project: IST SATNEX (SATellite communications Network of covered EXcellence) Type and field of activity covered Dates (from to) From March to May 2004 Alenia Spazio Finmeccanica Group and University of Rome Tor Vergata, (at Alenia headquarter in Rome) Collaboration, in the frame of ESA project: Integrated Resources And QoS Management for DVB-RCS Networks Type and field of activity covered Dates (from to) From March to May 2004 Consorzio Radiolabs, Rome Research in the field of traffic engineering Collaboration, in the frame of IST FIFTH project Dates (from to) From September 2003 to July 2004 Type and field of activity Department of Electrical Engineering University of Palermo, Italy covered Teaching Assistant for the course of Internet taught by professor G. Bianchi Dates (from to) From December 2002 to July 2003 Type and field of activity CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy covered Collaborator for the POLLENS project Dates (from to) From September 2001 to July 2003 Type and field of activity Department of Electrical Engineering University of Palermo, Italy covered Teaching Assistant for the course of Wireless Mobile Networks taught by professor G. Bianchi OTHER COURSES TAUGHT 3G Systems 1) UMTS, TLC community: sistema integrato di Lavoro e formazione Continua project, University of Catania, Italy; October 12-13, 2005 [undergraduated students] 2) UMTS, TLC community: sistema integrato di Lavoro e formazione Continua project, University of Catania, Italy; October 6, 2005 [undergraduated students] 3) UMTS, TLC community: sistema integrato di Lavoro e formazione

3 Continua project, University of Palermo, Italy; September 22, 2005 [undergraduated students] 4) UMTS, TLC community: sistema integrato di Lavoro e formazione Continua project, University of Palermo, Italy; July, 2005 [undergraduated students] 5) 3 rd generation systems, DELTA project, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Palermo, Italy; May 2003 [graduated students] 6) Evolution of telephony: UMTS, ITC Community UMTS project, CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy ; March 2003 [graduated students] 7) Architettura IMS, ASIC project, Italtel, Carini (Palermo), Italy ; October 2007 [graduated students] 2G systems 1) GSM, ITC Community UMTS 2 project, CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy ; August 2003 [graduated students] 2) Evolution of telephony: GPRS, ITC Community UMTS project, CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy ; March 2003 [graduated students] 3) Evolution of telephony: GSM, ITC Community UMTS project, CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy ; February- March 2003 [graduated students] QoS and VoIP 1) QoS over IP with VoIP applications, MATIT ( Master in Tecnologie dell Informazione e delle Telecomunicazioni ), CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy; June 2003 [graduated students] 2) Telephony over IP, ASEIT project, CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy; July 2002 [undergraduated students] 3) QoS in Internet, Radio Network Designer Tlc project, CEDEL (Cooperativa sociale Educativa Elis) and CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy; September 2001 [graduated students] 4) Telephony over IP, ASEIT project, CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy; July 2001 [undergraduated students] Network Security 1) Rules and regulation for Network Security, TLC community: sistema integrato di Lavoro e formazione Continua project, University of Palermo, Italy; July, 2005 [undergraduated students] Networking 1) CDN and P2P, ASEIT project, CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy; November 2003 [graduated students] 2) Services and Applications, MATIT ( Master in Tecnologie dell Informazione e delle Telecomunicazioni ), CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy; July 2003 [graduated students] 3) Interconnecting LANs, ASEIT project, CRES (Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia), Monreale (Palermo), Italy; May 2003 [graduated students] 4) IP Addressing schemes, IFTS Tecnico Reti Locali Internetworking con TCP/IP, IPSIA, Palermo, Italy; March-April 2003 [undergraduated students] EDUCATION AND TRAINING September 2006 January 2008 Visitor Post-Doc in the Rice Network Group (RNG) at ECE Department of Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA June 8, 2006 Insignited of the title of Cultore della materia (Qualified to teaching activity) for Telecommunication disciplines (ING/INF03) February 21, 2005 July 2004 December 2005 Ph.D. in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science and Telecommunication Engineering at Department of Electrical, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering University of Palermo, Italy; with a thesis on Network Edge Support for QoS-aware applications Grant from European Community for the participation to IST SATNEX (SATellite communications Network of EXcellence), at Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy

4 October 2004 Visiting researcher at Institute of Communication Networks and Satellite Communications, Graz University of Technology (TUG), Graz (Austria) July 2001 June 2004 Ph.D. Student in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science and Telecommunication Engineering at Department of Electrical, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering University of Palermo, Italy (Advisor professor: G. Bianchi) Grant ( ) from the MIUR (Italian government department for university and research) to attend the Ph.D. course. Specific courses: 16th International School for Computer Science Researchers, Lipari Island, Italy Luglio 2004 (lessons by professors Acampora, Akyildiz, Gerla, La Porta, Salgarelli, Tassiulas, Vaidya, Zorzi) Free Space Optical Networks, by prof. Antony Acampora, at Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy, March Wireless Sensor Networks by prof. Mani Srivastava, at the Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Rome, Italy, June 30 - July 2, 2003 Scuola per dottorandi in Ingegneria dell informazione (School for Ph.D. students on Information Engineering), at the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Naples, Italy, February 17-21, 2003 Summer School on Information Engineering for PhD Students, Università di Padova, Bressanone, July 8-12, 2002 Scuola per dottorandi in Ingegneria dell informazione (School for Ph.D. students on Information Engineering), at the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Naples, Italy, February 18-22, 2002 Summer School on Information Engineering for PhD Students, Università di Padova, Bressanone, July 16-20, 2001 July 2001 State professional qualifying examination in engineering (107/120) April 11, 2001 M.Sc. degree summa (110/110) cum laude in Electronics Engineering, major Telecommunications Thesis: Sviluppo di un meccanismo di controllo di ammissione delle connessioni su reti IP a servizi differenziati (Developping a CAC mechanism for Differentiated Services IP networks, Advisor prof. G. Bianchi September 1995 April 2001 Student at the faculty of Electronic Engineering of the University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy 29 exams, average evaluation: 29.2/30 (4 exams cum laude) July 1995 High School Certificate from Liceo classico sperimentale Don Bosco Villa Ranchibile (major classical studies). Final mark: 60/60 PERSONAL SKILLS AND EXPERTISE Mother tongue Italian Other languages English French Reading skills Excellent Good Writing skills Good Verbal skills Good Basic Basic Organisational skills and expertise Participation to various Projects European Community funded Project ITEA POLLENS Biannual project ( ) on the definition of a middleware platform and its API interfaces for a programmable router. Topics: Differentiated Services IP, deployment of value added services such as Distributed Admission Control, Adaptive QoS, and Content Delivery.

5 Cooperation in the project definition Development of mechanisms for QoS support, in particular of distributed and scalable Measurement based CAC (MBAC) C++ simulation software for MBAc models validation Evaluation of MBAC in DiffServ networks European Community funded Project IST FIFTH Definition of an integrated telecommunication architecture (satellite + wireless LAN) for the support of broadband multimedia services over high speed trains. Analisys of multimedia application support in Vehicular Area Netwok (VAN) New algorithms for Elastic Buffering and Bandwidth Sharing in VAN C++ simulation software for the validation process Simulative study of multimedia over proxy based VAN ESA funded Project Integrated Resources And QoS Management for DVB- RCS Networks Definition of an infrastructure for the QoS support in satellite networks using DVB-RCS Study of a cross-layer interoperation between IP and DVB-RCS Mapping of services between IP and DVB-RCS Italian Government funded FIRB VICOM Study of ad hoc network architectures for mobile computing and VAN Proxy-based networking to support multimedia services in mobile scenarios Connection management in broadcast scenarios: new schemes and their validation C++ simulation software for the validation process. Italian Government funded FIRB TANGO Development of algorithms and models for IP traffic control Study of teletraffic algorithms for self-similar sources Development of C++ simulation software Evaluation of PBAC and MBAC schemes with self-similar traffic IST SatNEX Network of Excellence Integration and spreading of knowledge on satellites and satellite networks, and development of value-added schemes and protocols Responsible for the coordination of activities of the Research Unit of University of Rome Tor Vergata Responsible for research activity in the field of implementation of LLC mechanisms over LEO satellites and usage of Spanning Trees and VLANs over satellite networks Development of a scheme for satellite broadcast/multicast of interactive multimedia contents European Community funded CELTIC IMAGES Definition of a framework for supporting multimedia over IP and Next Generation Services through intra-domain and inter-domain signalling Study of QoS mechanisms in DSL-based access networks Study of a SIP-based signalling architecture for on-demand services Implementation of SIP-based User Agent for Multimedia over IP TAPs project, funded by an Information Technology Research (ITR) grant from the National Science Foundation (USA), the Texas Advanced Technology Program, and by Intel Corporation. Definition and implementation of architecture and protocols for a high-performance multihop wireless infrastructure Study of QoS mechanisms in MMR Investigation about scheduling and network management at relay layer FPGA implementation TFA (Technology For All). Design and deployment of a two-tier Wireless Mesh

6 Network using IEEE a/b/g. The network is currently running in a suburban area of Houston, it covers a 3 Km 2 area and provides free Internet connection to roughly 2000 users. The network is also used as experimental testbed for meshing technologies and mesh protocol design. Study of correlation between multihop flows Analysis of one-hop and two-hop flows starvation in TCP and UDP Analysis of wireless overhead effect on data traffic Analysis of wireless link s heterogeneity and its consequence on concurrent data flows Analysis of AODV in a real network Design of Mesh Nodes location and inter-node connection protocols Responsible for two Young researchers projects (funded by University of Palermo) The connection Admission Control in IP networks CAC and traffic behaviour in Differentited Services IP networks TPC member for IEEE PWC2006 conference 11th International conference on Personal Wireless Communications, Albacete, Spain, September 2006 TPC member for IEEE PWC2007 conference 12th International conference on Personal Wireless Communications, to be held in Prague, Czech Republic, September 12-14, 2007 TPC member for IEEE PWC th International conference on Personal Wireless Communications, Toulouse, France, 1-3 October 2008 TPC member for IEEE PIMRC th annual IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), Cannes, France, September 2008 Technical skills and expertise Operating Systems: Ms-Dos, Windows NT XP, Linux (Slackware, Red Hat, Suse, opensuse, Debian, Ubuntu) Server configuration: ftp, http, dhcp, dns, sftp, mysql Wireless Networking: Network card configuration for Windows and Linux, Access Point configuration, Mesh boxes configuration with IEEE on Linux systems, DSL with wireless extensions, WDS, LocustWorld systems Programming languages: Pascal, C, C++ Script programming: bash, awk, bc Software packages: Microsoft Office, FrontPage, Visio, Matlab, Mathematica, TeX, Kdevelop Simulation packages: OPNET, Network Simulator Network Tools: Ethereal (Wireshark), Kismet Network Traffic Generators: netperf, iperf, rude, crude Research attivity Topics: Quality of service QoS-aware networking Differentiated Services IP network Characterization and control of IP data traffic Streaming of Delayed Real Time applications Multimedia over IP Vehicular Are Networks Wireless Mesh Networks Satellite Networks SIP Main activities (with references): 1. Measurement based admission control (MBAC) The end-to-end admission control paradigm has been combined with distributed resource management and admission control schemes. Non-

7 reactive UDP connections were targeted. In order to find a scalable and feasible solution, mechanisms available in a DiffServ IP networks was considered. The problem of resource estimation on a network node has been solved by means of a traffic measurement function to be implemented at each output interface of a node. It has been shown that any simple measurement function largely outperforms RED/RIO mechanisms based on output queue-length estimation. GRIP, an E2E admission control scheme with distributed MBAC has been proposed for unicast and multicast scenarios. References: [7], [9], [22] [MBAC nodes and GRIP scheme has been implemented with the partial support of the European funded POLLENS project and the Italian funded VICOM project] 2. Effects of admission control over self-similar traffic aggregate When self-similarity arises in offered traffic, the research has shown the superiority of MBAC algorithms over Parameter Based Admission Control (PBAC) algorithms. In particular a pure MBAC approach significantly reduces the self-similarity of the accepted traffic aggregate, thus yielding a considerable performance improvement, in term of QoS experienced by each flow sharing the media. Moreover the MBAC approach results in a powerful tool, robust to traffic correlation properties and burstiness, and able to overcome the PBAC scheme, despite of the traditional meaning of MBAC role, commonly intended as a mere approximation for PBAC. References: [8], [11], [12], [22] [Research activity supported by the European Community funded ITEA POLLENS project] 3. Streaming and Multimedia-on-demand in large broadcast systems The research focuses on robustness issues related to the diffusion of ondemand and real-time data to mobile users. In particular, the VAN scenario is adopted, and each vehicle is endowed with a proxy server that manages multiple connections and, mostly important, it regulates the bandwidth usage of each connection. The concurrency of Multimedia-on-demand flows and streaming services carrying real time data has been addressed. Results shows that proxy based networking is particularly suitable since it allows to introduce an elastic buffer between the broadcast system and the proxy-to-user delivering of data. The elastic buffering helps to avoid service interruptions due to momentary lack of connectivity and to decouple the download of data from the delivery to the final user s application. This is also convenient for real time streaming which becomes a delayed real time streaming. Buffering also offer an additional degree of freedom to the bandwidth manager located at the proxy site. References: [1], [2], [5], [13], [14], [15], [16], [18], [22] [This activity has been partially supported by the IST FIFTH project and by the Italian funded VICOM project] 4. IP over DVB-RCS GEO satellite The availability of a satellite return channel, offered by the DVB-RCS standard, leads to new possibilities in the internetworking of terrestrial and satellite segments. This push the research towards a full integration of the IP protocol and satellite MAC protocols. This study focused on the harmonization of IP traffic classes (e.g., classes defined by IntServ and DiffServ architectures) and DVB-RCS traffic profiles (e.g., Profile Classes and bandwidth allocation schemes available from the DVB-RCS standard). References: [3], [4], [10], [22], [23]

8 [Research partially supported by ESA] 5. Ethernet over Satellite LEO This research deals with the possibility to introduce Ethernet-like mechanisms over satellite networks, and in particular over LEO satellite constellations. LAN and VLAN schemes has been proposed as for the network management, thanks to the introduction of a LLC stratus over legacy satellite MAC (in a IEEE 802 like fashion). A fundamental point in the research is represented by topology changes due to satellite nodes mobility. This aspect has been addressed by explicitly considering the satellite mobility, which is deterministic, and by applying multiple VLANs, with at least one spanning tree, covering the satellite fleet, that stay active at any instant. The study shows that the usage of proactively managed VLANs results in a high degree of robustness in the network and improved performance figures as for the continuity of the service, UDP and TCP throughput, and very bounded flooding of frames. References: [8], [17] [Research supported by IST SATNEX European network of excellence] 6. Ethernet over Mesh Networks The study extends the research related to Ethernet over Leo Satellite to the case of generic Mesh Networks using a wireless access tier to provide user connectivity. Even though the Mesh backhaul tier remains stable for hours, large meshes require a heavy overhead in the network control plane as for the management of end-to-end paths, which can change due to mobility of users and due to occasional failure of wireless links. Dynamically-managed VLANs offer redundancy enough to hide network changes, provided that a continuous rearrangement of unused (redundant) VLANs is strictly required. We call this approach CVS (Controlled VLANs Switching), since network traffic should be run-time switched to different VLANs, depending on the active network topology. References: [19] 7. SIP signalling for multimedia on demand This research is focusing on the SIP signalling over heterogeneous IP network domains and technologies. The work is also finalized to the software implementation of a SIP User Agent able to manage multimedia channels with on-demand quality and negotiation, for interactive audio, video and text applications in Next Generation Networks. References: [24] [Research supported by the European funded CELTIC IMAGES project] 8. Performance analysis of Mesh Networks and Mesh deployment design This study focuses on multiple challenging issues in the deployment of a Wireless Mesh Network based on IEEE and WDS technologies. In particular the works includes the study of correlation between concurrent wireless multihop flows (Starvation effect with both TCP and UDP protocols), the analysis of wireless overhead effect on data traffic (Wireless Overhead Multiplier effect), the analysis of wireless link s heterogeneity and its consequence on concurrent data flows (Heterogeneous Backhaul Connectivity effect), the routing in WMN (AODV vs. static routing), the design of Mesh Node location and the choice of antenna/frequency taking into account the heterogeneous distribution of the user population. A solution has been proposed and tested for the starvation effect, which relies on a simple MAC-parameter tuning on Mesh Nodes directly connected to

9 the Mesh Gateway. References: [20], [21] Mentors Prof. Luigi Alcuri, University of Palermo, Palermo, Italy Prof. Giuseppe Bianchi, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Rome, Italy Prof. Edward W. Knightly, Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA Hobbies and Sports Reading, Soccer, Cross-country Running, Comparing languages, Travelling REFERENCES International Journals (with peer review process) [1] V. Mancuso, G. Bianchi, Streaming for vehicular users via elastic proxy buffer management, IEEE Communications Magazine, Volume: 42, Issue: 11, pp , November 2004 [2] V.Mancuso, M.Gambardella, G.Bianchi, Supporting Multimedia Streaming in VANs, WEAS Transaction on computers, issue 4, volume3, pp , October 2004 [3] F.L.C. Ong, X. Liang, P.M.L. Chan, G. Koltsidas, F.N. Pavlidou, N. Celandroni, E. Ferro, A. Gotta, H. Cruickshank, S. Iyengar, G. Fairhurst, V. Mancuso, Fusion of Digital Television, Broadband Internet and Mobile Communications - Part I of II: Enabling Technologies, IJSCN (International Journal of Satellite Communications and Networking), vol. 25, pp [4] X. Liang, F.L.C. Ong, P.M.L. Chan, R.E. Sheriff, V. Mancuso, G. Koltsidas, F.N. Pavlidou, N. Celandroni, E. Ferro, A. Gotta, H. Cruickshank, S. Iyengar, G. Fairhurst, Fusion of Digital Television, Broadband Internet and Mobile Communications - Part II of II: Future Service Scenarios, IJSCN (International Journal of Satellite Communications and Networking), vol. 25, pp Book chapters [5] QoS requirements for multimedia services, chapter 3 of Resource Management in Satellite Networks Optimization and Cross-Layer Design, Giambene G. (Ed.), Springer Science, New York NY, may 2007 [6] Resource Management and Network Layer, chapter 8 of Resource Management in Satellite Networks Optimization and Cross-Layer Design, Giambene G. (Ed.), Springer Science, New York NY, may 2007 International Conferences (with peer review process) [7] G.Bianchi, N.Blefari-Melazzi,V.Mancuso, Endpoint Admission Control over Assured Forwarding PHBs and its performance over RED implementations, LCNS 2170 Evolutionary trends of the internet, Proc. of IWDC 2001 Conference, Taormina, Italy, September 2001 [8] G.Bianchi, V.Mancuso and G.Neglia, Is Admission-Controlled Traffic Self-Similar?, LCNS 2345 Networking 2002, Proc. of Networking 2002 Conference, Pisa, Italy, May 2002 [9] G.Bianchi, V. Mancuso, P.Di Francesco, An API for advanced traffic control in DiffServ routers, proceeding of Net-Con 2002, Paris, France, October 2002 [10] G.Neglia, V.Mancuso, F.Saitta, I.Tinnirello, A Simulation Study of TCP Performance over Satellite Channels, proceedings of IAC - The World Space Congress, Houston, Texas, USA, November 2002 [11] G.Bianchi, V.Mancuso and G.Neglia, On the Self-Similarity of Measurement-Based Admission Controlled Traffic, proceedings of IEEE Globecom 2002, Taipei, Taiwan, November 2002 [12] V.Mancuso, G.Neglia and G.Bianchi, Performance Improvements on Self-Similar Traffic Using Measurement-Based Admission Control, proceedings of ICS2002, Hualien, Taiwan, December 2002 [13] V.Mancuso, G.Bianchi, An efficient bandwidth sharing scheme for fast multimedia download using proxy servers, proceedings of CCCT 03 conference, Orlando, Florida, USA, July 2003 [14] V.Mancuso, M.Gambardella, G.Bianchi, Supporting Multimedia Streaming in VANs, Proceedings of WSEAS EHAC 2004, Salzburg, Austria, February 2004

10 [15] V.Mancuso, M.Gambardella, G.Bianchi, Improved Support for Streaming Services in Vehicular Networks, proceedings of ICC 04 conference, Paris, France, June 2004 [16] V. Mancuso, G. Bianchi, N. Blefari Melazzi Streaming Support for Vehicular Networks Using Elastic Proxy Buffers, proceedings of IST Mobile Summit 2004, Lyon, France, June 2004 [17] V. Mancuso, G. Bianchi, N. Blefari Melazzi, U. Birnbacher, Switched Ethernet Networking over LEO Satellite, proceedings of IEEE IWSSC 05, Siena, Italy, September 2005 [18] V.Mancuso, A. Panto, A Framework for Delayed Real-Time Services over GEO Satellite Distribution Networks, proceedings of IEEE ASMS 06, Munich, Germany, June 2006 [19] V.Mancuso, L.Monica, CVS: using VLANs to counteract the effect of topology changes in quasi-static mesh access networks, proceedings of IEEE CIT2006, Seoul, Korea, September 2006 [20] J.Shi, O.Gurewitz, V.Mancuso, J.Camp and E.W.Knightly, Measurement and Modeling of the Origins of Starvation in Congestion Controlled Mesh Networks, proceedings of Infocom 2008, Phoenix, AZ, USA, April 2008 [21] J.Camp, V.Mancuso, O.Gurewitz and E.W.Knightly, A Measurement Study of Multiplicative Overhead Effects in Wireless Networks, proceedings of Infocom 2008, Phoenix, AZ, USA, April 2008 National Publication (PhD Thesis) [22] V. Mancuso, Network Edge Support for QoS-aware applications, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Palermo Dottorato in Ingegneria Elettronica, Informatica e delle Telecomunicazioni, XVI ciclo February 2005 Internet Draft [23] V. Mancuso, G.Bianchi, N. Blefari Melazzi, Implicit Signaling over Stateless Networks, submitted as IETF draft, draft-mancuso-nsis-implsign-00.txt, June 2004, category: informational, expires January 2005 [24] V.Mancuso, G.Teresi, L.Alcuri, F.Saitta, QoS-aware SIP User Agent operation in QoS-supporting networks, submitted as IETF draft, draftmancuso-qos_sua-00.txt, September 2006, category: informational, expires March 2007

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