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Name Lidia Yamamoto
Former position at RUN Researcher
Current affiliation University of Basel (Switzerland)
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Biographical Notes

Lidia Yamamoto joined RUN in December 1998. She is preparing her PhD within the TINTIN project. Her thesis subject is related to adaptive multicast applications over active networks.

From 1996 to 1998 she worked for KPN Research in the Netherlands, and from 1993 to 1996 for Telefónica I+D in Spain. She holds a Master's degree in Communication Systems and Networks from UPM, and a BS degree in Computer Science from UNICAMP.

Publications

Publications at RUN
* Adaptive Group Communication over Active Networks
L. Yamamoto
Doctoral Thesis, University of Liège
Collection des Publications de la Faculté des Sciences Appliquées de l'Université de Liège, nr. 224, 2003, 166 pp.
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* Resource Trading Agents for Adaptive Active Network Applications
L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
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In "Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications", Hermes Penton Science, UK, 2002
* Autonomous Reflectors over Active Networks: Towards Seamless Group Communication
L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
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The Interdisciplinary Journal of Artificial Intelligence & the Simulation of Behaviour (AISBJ), vol. 1, nb. 1, Dec. 2001, pp. 125-146
Special issue on Agent Technology
* Building Bidirectional Multicast Trees Using Autonomous Reflectors
L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
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IWAN'2001, Oct. 2001, Philadelphia, USA
Short paper
* Autonomous Multicast Reflectors over Active Networks
L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
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Proc. of AISB Symposium on Software Mobility, Mar. 2001, York, UK
* Resource Trading Agents for Adaptive Active Network Applications
L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
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Networking and Information Systems Journal, vol. 3, nbs. 4-5, 2000, pp. 743-768
* An Active Layered Multicast Adaptation Protocol
L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
Keywords : active network, adaptive application, congestion control, layered multicast
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Proc. of Second International Working conference on Active Networks (IWAN 2000), 16-18 Oct. 2000, Tokyo, Japan, Hiroshi Yasuda (ed.), Active networks, LNCS, 1942, pp. 180-194, Springer Verlag
(ISI IF 2000 LNCS = 0.390)
* Adaptive Applications over Active Networks : Case Study on Layered Multicast
L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
Keywords : active network, adaptive application, congestion control, multicast
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Proc. of First IEEE European Conference on Universal Multiservice Networks (ECUMN'2000), 2-4 Oct. 2000, Colmar, France, IEEE Press (ed.), IP Networks Versus conventional Switched Networks, pp. 386-394
* An Agent-inspired Active Network Resource Trading Model Applied to Congestion Control
L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
Keywords : active network, adaptive application, concast, congestion control, mobile agent, mobile code
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Proc. of Second International Workshop on Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications (MATA'2000), 18-20 Sep. 2000, Paris, France, E. Horlait (ed.), Mobile Agents for Telecommunication Applications, LNCS, 1931, pp. 151-169, Springer-Verlag
(ISI IF 2000 LNCS = 0.390)
* Cycle-based TCP-Friendly Algorithm
O. Ait-Hellal, L. Yamamoto and G. Leduc
Keywords : congestion control, Internet, real-time, TCP, TCP-Friendly
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Proc. of IEEE Globecom'99, 5-9 Dec. 1999, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 776-780, IEEE Press

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