Preliminary Conference Program
INET 97

Tracks:

Application
Commerce
Educational
Engineering
Policy
Regional
User
25 June Wednesday
8:30 - 10:30

Opening Plenary Session

11:00 - 12:30

Application 1: Caching and Prefetching

W3Gate: Use and Abuse
€ Michael Lenz, German National Research Center for Information Technology, Germany
° Manfred Bogen, German National Research Center for Information Technology, Germany
° Guido Hansen, German National Research Center for Information Technology, Germany

An Adaptive WWW Cache Mechanism in the AI3 Network

€ Hiroyuki Inoue, NARA Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
° Kanchana Kanchanasut, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
° Suguru Yamaguchi, NARA Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

An Interactive Prefetching Proxy Server for Improvements of WWW Latency

€ Ken-ichi Chinen, NARA Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
° Suguru Yamaguchi, NARA Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Policy 1: Internet Service Providers

Issues in the Regulation of Internet Quality of Service
€ Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
° Berlinda Nadarajan, National Computer Board, Singapore

Copyright: ISP Rights and Responsibilities

€ William Foster, Commercial Internet eXchange Association, United States

How Countries Are Regulating Internet Content

€ Peng Hwa Ang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

User 1 and Commerce 1 (Joint Track Session): Electronic Publishing

Journals Online: An Electronic Publishing Service for Higher Education & Research
€ Terry Morrow, BIDS, University of Bath, England

The Internet and Ethnic Press: A Study of Network-Based Chinese Publications

€ Hao Xiaoming, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
° Zhang Kewen, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States

World Wide Web Publishing: An Overview of the WWW Newspapers From the United States

€ Naphtali Irene Tham, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
€ Foo Yueh Peng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Education 1: The Internet in the Classroom

Using the Internet to Teach Software Engineering
€ Barry Burd, Drew University, United States

Using Internet-based K-12 Classroom Activities: Materials & Staff Development

€ David A. Thomas, Montana State University, United States
€ Cynthia S. Thomas, Montana State University, United States

Regional 1: Breaking Linguistic and Cultural Barriers

Fishing With New Nets: Maori Internet Information Resources and Implications of the Internet for Indigenous Peoples
€ Alastair G. Smith, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Multi-Lingual Databases and Global Internet Integration

€ Michael G. McKenna, Sybase, Inc., United States

Trilingual Sinhala-Tamil-English National Website of Sri Lanka

€ S.T. Nandasara, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
° K. Y. Leong, The National University of Singapore, Singapore
° V.K. Samaranayake, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka
° T.W. Tan, The National University of Singapore, Singapore

Engineering 1: Measurement and Statistics

Usage Accounting for the Internet
€ Gregory R. Ruth, GTE Laboratories, Inc., United States

OC3MON: Flexible, Affordable, High Performance Statistics Collection

€ Joel Apisdorf, MCI/vBNS, United States
° K. Claffy, UCSD/NLANR, United States
° Kevin Thompson, MCI/vBNS, United States
° Rick Wilder, MCI, United States

Internet Data Acquisition & Analysis: Status & Next Steps

€ Tracie Monk, UCSD/NLANR, United States
° K. Claffy, UCSD/NLANR, United States

25 June Wednesday
14:00 - 15:30

Policy 2 (Panel): Recent Developments in International Regulation of the Internet: Speech, Privacy and Crypto
€ Frank Tuerkheimer, University of Wisconsin School of Law, United States
° Keith Chang, Chair of APEC Telecoom Working Group, Canada
° Alex Dix, Berliner Datenschutzbeaufragter, Germany
° Stephen Lau, Offica of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong
° Declan McCullough, Fight Censorship, United States
° Jagdish Parikh, Human Rights Watch
° Marc Rotenberg, Director of EPIC, United States

Commerce 2: Experience With Electronic Commerce

Using The Internet and Intranets for Electronic Commerce
€ Michael A. Weinstein, AT&T Solutions , United States

Small Businesses Use of the Internet - Some Realities

€ Simpson Poon, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
° Jim Strom, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Education 2: Fostering Collaboration Between Classrooms

Asian Students Internet Exchange Program
€ Makoto Kageto, Nagoya Seiryo Commercial High School, Japan

Kidnet Movement: A Model of Innovation and Education

€ Brett Hwi-Gook Song, Michigan State University, United States
° Hae Un Rii, Dongguk University, Korea
° Mija Moon, Jinahn Elementary School, Korea

Multimedia/Internet Education Project in Japan (Part II)

€ Kayo Itoh, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan
° Yutaka Mori, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan
° Toshiro Takano, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan

Regional 2: Building Community Services

MEDINET : A Non-Profit Initiative of a Physician to Provide Locally Appropriate Solution of Internet Access for the Medical-Related Professionals in Bangladesh
€ Abul Kalam Azad, Department of Biochemistry, Bangladesh

The "Citizens' Network" of the Municipality of Recife, Brazil: Lessons From the Experience with the First Latin American Freenet

€ Claudio Marinho, Municipality of Recife, Brazil

User 2: Using Technology

Environment To Inspire Network Users (ETINU):The Development of a Complete Online Support Service
€ Christine Cahoon, UNITE Solutions, Northern Ireland
° George Dunn, The Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland
° Majella McCarron, The Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland
° George Munroe, UNITE Solutions, Northern Ireland

Get Involved in a Volunteer Experience (GIVE) on the Internet Using Technology

€ Patricio Navia, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States

Selecting the Right Person for the Job - An Interactive Tutor Recruitment Package on the World Wide Web

€ Angela Carbone, Monash University, Australia

Engineering 2 and Application 2 (Panel): High-Bandwidth Applications
° Scott Bradner, Harvard University
° Rick Stevens, Argonne National Laboratory, United States
° Tom DeFanti, NCSA and UIC-EVl STAR-TAP, United States

25 June Wednesday
16:00 - 17:30

Application 3: Next Generation Applications

Desktop Video and Its Obstacles for Collaborative Work
€ Manfred Bogen, German National Research Center for Information Technology, Germany
° Christian Bonkowski, German National Research Center for Information Technology, Germany
° Richard Rodriguez-Val, German National Research Center for Information Technology, Germany
° Clemens Wermelskirchen, German National Research Center for Information Technology, Germany

Multicast Audio: The Next Generation

€ Colin Perkins, University College London, England
° Vicky Hardman, University College London, England
° Isidor Kouvelas, University College London, England
° Martina Angela Sasse, University College London, England

A Scaleable Directory Schema in LDAP for Integrated Conferencing Services

€ Andrew Sears, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States

Policy 3 and Commerce 3 (Joint Track Session): Strategic Positioning

Infovia: From a Centralized Access System to a Parallel Internet
€ Javier Sola, Spanish Internet Users' Association, Spain

The Internet At the FCC: Cybernauts vs. Ma Bell

€ Robert Cannon, Cyberspace Law Authority Reports, United States

Education 3: Learning Resources

Information Unlimited: Employing Internet Resources in Education
€ Tobias Rademann, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany

New Roles for Education Through the Internet

€ Kim H. Veltman, University of Toronto, Canada

An Enduser's View of Mining the Web: Focused and Satisficed Internet Search and Retrieval Strategies

€ Wallace C. Koehler, Jr., University of Tennessee, United States

Regional 3: Regulation and Development

Overview of Internet Access in Bangladesh: Impact, Barriers and Solutions
€ Nazrul Islam, CIDA, Bangladesh
° Abul Kalam Azad , Dhaka Medical College, Bangladesh

The Asian NII Experience

€ Nazrul Islam, CIDA, Bangladesh
° Abul Kalam Azad, Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka

A Case Study: Development of Internet in Turkey

€ Tolga Yurderi, SoftCom Technology Consulting, Inc., Canada

Engineering 3: Network Technology

Characteristics of UDP Packet Loss : Effect of TCP Traffic
€ Yoshiaki Hori, Kyushu Institute of Design, Japan
° Hidenari Sawashima, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
° Hideki Sunahara, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
° Yuji Oie, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Satisfying High Quality Requirements of Video Conference on a Packet Switched Network

€ Carlo Gaibisso, IASI-CNR, Italy
° Mauro Draoli, IASI-CNR, Italy
° Maurizio Lancia, IASI-CNR, Italy
° Emiliano Antonio Mastromartino, IASI-CNR, Italy

A Conference Control Model for Light-weight Sessions

€ Woohyong Choi, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
° Kilnam Chon, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

User 3: Art and the Internet

Art After the Internet: The Impact of the World Wide Web On Global Culture
€ Niranjan Rajah, Universiti Malaysia, Malaysia

Problems and Possibilities of the Experience of Modern Art through Internet

€ Gill-Chin Lim, Michigan State University, United States
€ Jin-Kyeong Oh, Ewha Womans University, Korea

26 June Thursday
8:30 - 10:30

Plenary Session

11:00 - 12:30

Application 4: Security

A Review of E-mail Security Standards
€ Laurence Lundblade, QUALCOMM, Inc., United States

A System For Public Keys Service In The Spanish Research & Academic Network

€ Antonio Ma Public Keys Service In The Spanish ReLucia Pino, University of Malaga, Spain
° Juan J. Ortega, University of Malaga, Spain
° Javier Lopez-Munoz, University of Malaga, Spain

Capability-Based Usage Control Scheme for Network Transferring Objects

€ Shuichi Tashiro, Electrotechnical Laboratory, Japan

Policy 4 (Panel): Policy and Regulatory Issues in Asia -- Dilemma or Opportunity?

€ David R. Conrad, AP-NIC
€ Rafee Yusoff, MIMOS, Malaysia
€ Laina Raveendran Greene, GetIT Pte Ltd., Singapore
€ Adam Powell, The Freedom Forum, United States

Commerce 4: (Panel): Electronic Commerce Developments in the ASEAN Region

€ John Chong, Skrine and Company, Malaysia
€ Jin Ho Hur, Inet Inc., South Korea

Education 4: Empowering The Teacher

New Paradigm of Education in Global Information Environment: Learning from the Internet - Contributing to the Internet
€ Yuri V. Demchenko, National Technical University of Ukraine "Kiev Polytechnic Institute", Ukraine

Spin a Web Between the School and the World

€ Sirkku Maennikkoe, Stockholm University/KTH, Sweden
° Eva R Fahraeus, Stockholm University/KTH, Sweden

East Meets West: Web Support of a US-India Vocational Training Project

€ William J. Struhar, Sinclair Community College, United States
€ Adrian Almeida, Centre for Vocational Education, India

Engineering 4: Routing

Hop, Step, But Don't Jump for Scalable Lower Layer Forwarding of Best Effort Traffic
€ Masataka Ohta, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Path QoS Collection for Stable Hop-by-Hop QoS Routing

€ Yukinori Goto, Kyushu University, Japan
° Masataka Ohta, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
° Keijiro Araki, Kyushu University, Japan

User 4: Impact of the Internet

Internet as a Tool for Social Development
€ Paula Uimonen, Stockholm University and United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Geneva

Beyond the Global Information Frontiers: What Global Concepts (Wetbilder) Are There on the Internet?

€ Nils Zurawski, University of Muenster, Germany

Virtual Community: Seeking the Real Influence

€ Martin Vystavil, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovak Republic

26 June Thursday
14:00 - 15:30

Application 5 and Education 5 (Joint Track Session): Education & Conferencing - From Cable to Web

MulticablE: Experimenting Internet Access on the Paris Cable TV Network
€ Olivier Muron, INRIA, France Pierre Bouriez, Lyonnaise Cable, France

NASA Virtual Conferences & Instruction Over the Internet

€ Mark Leual Conferences & Instruction Over the Internet
€ Andrea McCurdy, Sterling Software, United States
€ Charles Wood, University of North Dakota, United States

WebSteer: An Open Framework for Interactive Documentation and Training Over the Web

€ Silvio Lemos Meira, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
° Jorge H. C. Fernandes, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil

Policy 5: Domain Names

Internet Governance in Crisis: The Political Economy of Top-Level Domains
€ Milton L. Mueller, (Visiting Scholar) Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong and Rutgers University, United States

New Paths in "Internet Name Rights"

€ Michael Schneider, Kanzlei Schneider and Partner, Germany
€ Andreas F. Schachtner, Kanzlei Schneider and Partner, Germany

Trademark Law on the Internet: Will it Scale? The Challenge to Develop International Trademark Law

€ David W. Maher, Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal, United States

Commerce 5: EDI and Internet Commerce

Electronic Data Interchange: Concepts and Effects
€ C. Jinshong Hwang, Southwest Texas State University, United States
° Kenneth W. Copeland, U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs, United States

Third Generation Web Applications, Full Service Intranets, EDI - The Fully Integrated Business Model for Electronic Commerce

€ C. Jinshong Hwang, Southwest Texas State University, United States
° Kenneth W. Copeland, U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs, United States

Regional 4: Models for Network Development

Internet Development in Africa: The Case of Cameroon
€ Lot Tcheeko, School of Polytechnic Yaounde, Cameroon

CIGB Intranet

€ Nelson Lopez Centeno, Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Cuba
° Luis Felipe Lorenzo-Luaces Dominguez, Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Cuba
° Viena Garcia Acosta, Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Cuba
° Carlos Armas Alvarez de la Campa, Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Cuba
° Felix Miguel Armona Araujo, Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Cuba
° Ricardo Ricardo Parellada, Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Cuba

Using Today's (and Yesterday's) Tools to Plan Tomorrow's Networks: A Developing Nation's Perspective

€ Stephen Ruth, George Mason University, United States
° Randy Bush, University of Oregon, United States

Engineering 5: Satellite Based Networking

Satellite Communications in the Global Internet: Issues, Pitfalls, and Potential
€ Son K. Dao, Hughes Research Laboratories, United States
° Yongguang Zhang, Hughes Research Laboratories, United States
° Dante De Lucia, Hughes Research Laboratories, United States
° Bong Ryu, Hughes Research Laboratories, United States

Providing Global Broadband Internet Access Using Low-Earth-Orbit Satellites

€ Daniel M. Kohn, Teledesic Corporation, United States

User 5: Disabilities

Ensuring Universal Access of the Visually Impaired to the National Information Infrastructure: A Case Study of the Golden Point Computer System at the Tamkang University in Taiwan
€ Chung-Chuan Yang, National Institute of Technology at Kaohsiung, Taiwan
° Chung-Yi Cheng, National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan

The Room 13 Project: Community Connections and the Global Village

€ Keenan G. Wellar, Ingenia Communications Corporation, Canada

26 June Thursday
16:00 - 17:30

Policy 6: (Panel): A New Paradigm for Internet Governance

° Dave Crocker, Internet Mail Consortium, United States
° Donald M. Heath, Internet Society, United States
° David W. Maher, Sonneschein, Nath & Rosenthal and Chair MoU-gTLD, United States
° Milton L. Mueller, Rutgers University, United States
° Albert Tramposch, WIPO, Switzerland

User 6: Disabilities Panel Session

€ Tan Tin Wee, IRDU, Singapore
€ Mike Burks, AT&T, United States
€ Michael G. Paciello, Yuri Rubinsky Insight Foundation, United States
€ Brian Cohen, SW International, Singapore
€ Tan Mai Ming, Singapore School for the Deaf, Singapore
€ Poh Yew Tiong, Enable2000
€ Lim Kin Chew, Enagle2000

Regional 5: Regional Integration

Regional Integration of Central American Countries and the Opportunities for Internetworking
€ Jorge D. Calvo-Drago, Central American Integration System, El Salvador

The Expansion of Internet Backbone in Ghana

€ William Tevie, Network Computer Systems, Ghana
° Nii Quaynor, Network Computer Systems, Ghana
° Andrew Bulley, Network Computer Systems, Ghana

Sustainable Collaborative Efforts in the Internet Development in Asia: AI3 Phase II

€ Suguru Yamaguchi, WIDE Project, JAPAN
° Hidetaka Izumiyama, WIDE Project, JAPAN
° Jun Murai, WIDE Project, JAPAN

Engineering 6: ATM

IP/ATM Networks with Straightforward Multicasting and QoS Assurance
€ Fujikawa Kenji, Kyoto University, Japan
° Ohta Masataka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
° Ikeda Katsuo, Kyoto University, Japan

High-Speed Network Traffic Management: Automatic Control Approach

€ Vladimir Zaborovski, State Technical University of Saint-Petersburg, Russia
° Y. Podgurski, Institute of Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, Russia
° S. Yegorov, State Technical University of Saint-Petersburg, Russia
° Y. Shemanin, Institute of Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, Russia

ATM Experiments for Advanced Backbone Services

€ Michael H. Behringer, DANTE, United Kingdom

Application 6: Collaborative Environments

The WebDesk Framework
€ Peter Parnes, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
° Mattias Mattsson, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
° Kare Synnes, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden
° Dick Schefstroem, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

WebRoom - InterMUD Communications (IMC) Protocol With Extensions to VRMLise Multi-User Domains (MUDs)

€ Chan Fang Khoon, National University of Singapore, Singapore
° James Seng, National University of Singapore, Singapore
° J.K Tan, National University of Singapore, Singapore
° L.S Ooi, National University of Singapore, Singapore
° Tan Tin Wee, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Extending WWW for Multicasting a HTML Document

€ Myung-Ki Shin, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea

Education 6 (Panel): Teaching with the Internet: Order or Chaos

° Tobias Radeann, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany
° Bill Struhar, Sinclair Community College, United States
° Eva Fahraeus, University of Stockholm/Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
° Barry Burd, Drew University, United States

Commerce 6: Case Studies

Internet Marketing and the Norwegian Tourism Industry
€ Ingvar Tjostheim, Norwegian Computing Center, Norway Kari Aanonsen, Norwegian Computing Center, Norway

A World Wide Web Directory Service Architecture for Electronic Commerce

€ Dae-Ki Kang, Systems Engineering Research Institute, Korea
° Joong-Bae Kim, Systems Engineering Research Institute, Korea
° Joo-Chan Sohn, Systems Engineering Research Institute, Korea
° Ho-Sang Ham, Systems Engineering Research Institute, Korea

Exploring Online Stock Transactions over the Internet

€ Gary Ng, National University of Singapore, Singapore
° Alex Ho, National University of Singapore, Singapore
° Chang Huong Tan, National Computer Board, Singapore
° Lawrence Loh, National University of Singapore, Singapore
° Tin Wee Tan, National University of Singapore, Singapore

27 June Friday
08:30 - 10:30

Application 7: Searching and Filtering

A Query Transformer in a Digital Library Environment
€ Sang-goo Lee, Seoul National University, Korea
° Sang Ho Lee, Soong Sil University, Korea

A Distributed Mobile Code-Based Architecture for Information Indexing, Searching and Retrieval in the World-Wide Web


° Pedro Falcao Goncalves, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
° Silvio Lemos Meira, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
° Ana Carolina Salgado, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil

PICS-Aware Proxy System vs. Proxy Server Filters

€ Wayne B. Salamonsen, National University of Singapore, Singapore
° Roland Yeo, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Policy 7: Opening and Structuring Access

Information Technology in Africa: A Proactive Approach and the Prospects of Leapfrogging Decades in the Development Process
€ S. Yunkap Kwankam, University of Yaounde I, Cameroon
€ N. Ntomambang Ningo, University of Yaounde I, Cameroon

Local Democracy and the Information Society: The Citizen/Users as NICT Co-Designers

€ Alain d'Iribarne, CNRS, France

A Sub-National Perspective on Building Public Information Infrastructure: Insights From the FARNET/NSF States Inventory Project on Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure in the 50 United States

€ J. Keith Harmon, ECLIPS, United States
° Heather E. Boyles, The Federation of American Research Networks, United States

Regional 6: Economic Viability

Developing A Viable Framework for Commercial Internet Operations in the Asia-Pacific Region: The Philippine Experience
€ Miguel A.L. Paraz, IPhil Communications, Philippines

The Internet Commercialization in Egypt: A Country Model

€ Tarek Kamel, IDSC/RITSEC, Egypt

Engineering 7: Security

Privacy on the Internet
€ David M. Goldschlag, Naval Research Laboratory, United States
° Michael G. Reed, Naval Research Laboratory, United States
° Paul F. Syverson Naval Research Laboratory, United States

Seamless VPN

€ Makoto Kayashima, Hitachi. Ltd., Japan
° Minoru Koizumi, Hitachi Ltd., Japan
° Tatsuya Fujiyama, Hitachi Ltd., Japan
° Masato Terada, Hitachi Ltd., Japan
° Kazunari Hirayama, Hitachi Ltd., Japan

Network Access Control for DHCP Environment

€ Kazumasa Kobayashi, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
° Suguru Yamaguchi, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Application 8: Multilingual Applications

SPIRIT-W3:A Distributed Crosslingual Indexing and Search Engine
€ Dominique Schmit, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, France
° Christian Fluhr, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, France
° Philippe Ortet, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, France
° Faiza Elkateb, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, France
° Karine Gurtner, Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique, France

Multi-Lingual Databases and Global Internet Integration

€ Michael G. McKenna, Sybase, Inc., United States

A Framework for Multilingual Searching and Meta-information Extraction

€ Susumu Shimizu, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan
° Takashi Kambayashi, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan
° Shin-ya Sato, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan
° Paul Francis, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan

User 7: Community Networking

Using the Virtual to Assist Reality
€ Bernard Maltais, Parks Canada, Canada

Virtual Policy Networks: The Internet as a Model of Contemporary Governance?

€ Leslie A. Pal, Carleton University, Canada

Internet in Service for Constitution - Project CoCoNet

€ Dagmar Weisova, Arco Consulting, Slovakia
€ Tibor Weis, Technical University, Slovakia

27 June Friday
10:30 - 12:30

Closing Plenary Session

15:00 - 17:00

Multimedia Super Corridor Symposium

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