Network Management and Control

Volume 2

  • Ivan T. Frisch
  • Manu Malek
  • Shivendra S. Panwar

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Perspectives on Network Management

    1. Ivan T. Frisch, Manu Malek, Shivendra S. Panwar
      Pages 1-1
    2. Lawrence Bernstein, C. M. Yuhas
      Pages 3-11
    3. Kornel Terplan
      Pages 13-28
  3. Network Management for Security and Reliability

  4. Management of High-Speed Digital Networks

    1. Andrew J. Mayer
      Pages 121-122
    2. Alexander Gersht, Alex Shulman, Jelena Vucetic, Julian Keilson
      Pages 131-147
    3. P. Sarachik, S. Panwar, P. Liang, S. Papavassiliou, D. Tsaih, L. Tassiulas
      Pages 149-163
    4. I. S. Venieris, K. E. Mourelatou, N. D. Kalogeropoulos, M. E. Theologou, E. N. Protonotarios
      Pages 165-174
  5. Network Management Protocols

    1. Rajan Rathnasabapathy
      Pages 189-189
    2. Yechiam Yemini, Alex Dupuy, Shmuel Kliger, Shaula Yemini
      Pages 223-232
    3. James W. Hong, Michael A. Bauer, Andrew D. Marshall
      Pages 233-246
    4. Thomas F. La Porta, Malathi Veeraraghavan
      Pages 261-275
    5. Minfa Fred Huang, Ivan T. Frisch, C. Edward Chow
      Pages 277-291
    6. Basil Maglaris, Theodoros Karounos, Andreas Kindt
      Pages 293-306
  6. Implementations of Advanced Technology in Network Management

    1. Shyhtsun F. Wu, Subrata Mazumdar, Stephen Brady, David Levine
      Pages 309-329
    2. Kouji Yata, Nobuo Fujii, Tetsujiro Yasushi
      Pages 331-343
    3. Hironori Fukushima, Katsuhiro Tsujinaka, Motoshi Tamura, Ichio Osano
      Pages 345-351
    4. Gabriel Jakobson, Robert Weihmayer, Mark Weissman
      Pages 365-380
    5. Allan Finkel, Keith C. Houck, Seraphin B. Calo, Anastasios Bouloutas
      Pages 381-390
  7. Decision Support Systems for Planning and Performance

  8. Back Matter
    Pages 503-514

About this book


Three speakers at the Second Workshop on Network Management and Control nostalgically remembered the INTEROP Conference at which SNMP was able to interface even to CD players and toasters. We agreed this was indeed a major step forward in standards, but wondered if anyone noticed whether the toast was burned, let alone, would want to eat it. The assurance of the correct operation of practical systems under difficult environments emerged as the dominant theme of the workshop with growth, interoperability, performance, and scalability as the primary sub-themes. Perhaps this thrust is un surprising, since about half the 100 or so attendees were from industry, with a strong contingency of users. Indeed the technical program co-chairs, Shivendra Panwar of Polytechnic and Walter Johnston of NYNEX, took as their assignment the coverage of real problems and opportunities in industry. Nevertheless we take it as a real indication of progress in the field that the community is beginning to take for granted the availability of standards and even the ability to detect physical, link, and network-level faults and is now expecting diagnostics at higher levels as well as system-wide solutions.


ATM Global Area Network Routing Standard Standards communication information modeling network network management

Editors and affiliations

  • Ivan T. Frisch
    • 1
  • Manu Malek
    • 2
  • Shivendra S. Panwar
    • 3
  1. 1.Polytechnic UniversityBrooklynUSA
  2. 2.AT&T Bell LaboratoriesMiddletownUSA
  3. 3.Polytechnic UniversityBrooklynUSA

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