By James P. G. Sterbenz (auth.), Gerald Neufield, Mabo Ito (eds.)
Welcome to the fourth IFIP workshop on protocols for top pace networks in Vancouver. This workshop follows 3 very winning workshops held in Ziirich (1989), Palo Alto (1990) and Stockholm (1993) respectively. We bought a lot of papers in line with our demand contributions. This yr, 40 papers have been bought of which 16 have been provided as complete papers and 4 have been awarded as poster papers. even though we obtained many fantastic papers this system committee made up our minds to maintain the variety of complete shows low with a purpose to accommodate extra dialogue according to the layout of a workshop. many of us have contributed to the good fortune of this workshop together with the individuals of this system committee who, with the extra reviewers, helped make the choice of the papers. we're grateful to all of the authors of the papers that have been submitted. We additionally thank numerous organisations that have contributed financially to this workshop, especially NSERC, ASI, CICSR, UBC, MPR Teltech and Newbridge Networks.
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