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By Antonio Liotta, Graham Knight, George Pavlou (auth.), Rolf Stadler, Burkhard Stiller (eds.)

This quantity of the Lecture Notes in machine technological know-how sequence comprises all papers approved for presentation on the tenth IFIP/IEEE foreign Workshop on dispensed structures: Operations and administration (DSOM’99), which came about on the ETH Zürich in Switzerland and used to be hosted through the pc Engineering and Networking Laboratory, TIK. DSOM’99 is the 10th workshop in a chain of annual workshops, and Zürich is proud to host this tenth anniversary of the IEEE/IFIP workshop. DSOM’99 follows hugely winning conferences, the newest of which happened in Delaware, U.S.A. (DSOM'98), Sydney, Australia (DSOM'97), and L’Aquila, Italy (DSOM'96). DSOM workshops try and assemble researchers from the world of community and repair administration in either and academia to debate contemporary developments and to foster extra progress during this ?eld. not like the bigger administration symposia IM (In- grated community administration) and NOMS (Network Operations and administration S- posium), DSOM workshops persist with a single-track application, so that it will stimulate interplay and energetic participation. The speci?c concentration of DSOM’99 is “Active applied sciences for community and repair Management,” re?ecting the present advancements within the ?eld of lively and software- ble networks, and approximately 1/2 the papers during this workshop fall inside of this category.

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In this case, the module name is not known to the monitoring system at trace speci cation time. Therefore, the monitoring system must determine the module name during the monitoring operations. This is achieved by using ler registers to save and restore the event information. In the following, the DynamicErrorTrace is the lter speci cation for this example. Notice that ThisMod is a lter register that restores the module name, ModuleName, after the occurrence of WarningEvent of type SECURITY. Then, the ler incarnation is used to modify the expression of TraceProcess lter so that the modi ed lter executes the new trace speci cations.

Packet storms), and so on [7–10]. These anomalies R. Stadler and B. ): DSOM’99, LNCS 1700, pp. 33-46, 1999. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1999 34 L. Lawrence Ho et al. and faults, if not contained and corrected in time, will degrade network quality-ofservice (QoS) parameters such as delay, jitter, and packet drop/error rate, which in turn lead to network/service degradations and ultimately failures. As modern data networks and their support software become more complex (in physical/logical topologies and software complexity), the number of potential network/service points of failures are increasing exponentially, their faults correspondingly less predictable, and detecting them increasingly difficult.

28. 6 (1995) 72{78 15. Sloman, M. editor. Network and Distributed System Management. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts (1994) 16. : A Survey of Active Network Research. IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 35. 1 (1997) 80{86 A Distributed and Reliable Platform for Adaptive Anomaly Detection in IP Networks L. Lawrence Ho, Christopher J. com Abstract. Algorithms for anomaly detection in IP networks have been developed and a real-time distributed platform for anomaly detection has been implemented.

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