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ALEXANDER KIST graduated from Fachhochschule Offenburg (FHO), Germany in 1999 and received his PhD from RMIT University, Melbourne Australia in 2004. He is currently working at the Centre for Advanced Technology in Telecommunications (CATT), RMIT University as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer. His research interests include network routing, traffic engineering and QoS provisioning.




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[18] R. Suryasaputra, A. A. Kist and R. J. Harris, “OptiFlow – A Capacity Management Tool”, In IEEE TENCON '05, Melbourne, Australia, 2005.
[17] A.A.Kist, “A Flow Blocking Model for IP Overflow Traffic”, In 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC 2005), Perth , Australia, 2005.
[16] A.A.Kist, B. Lloyd-Smith and R.J. Harris, “A Simple IP Flow Blocking Model”, The 19th International Teletraffic Congress (ITC19), Beijing, China, 2005
[15] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "Illuminating the Last Mile", In 4th ATcrc Telecommunications Networking Conference, Perth, Australia, December 2004.
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[14] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "Guiding Mice and Elephant in an Optical World", In 2004 Australian Telecommunications, Networks and Applications Conference (ATNAC), Sydney, Australia, December 2004.
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[13] B. Lloyd-Smith, A.A. Kist, N. Shrestha, R.J. Harris, "Shortest Paths in Stochastic Networks", In IEEE International Conference on Networks 2004, Singapore, November 2004.
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[12] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "QoS Framework for SIP Signalling", In IASTED International Conference on Communications Systems and Applications (CSA 2004), Banff, Canada, July 2004.
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[11] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "Cost Efficient Overflow Routing for Outbound ISP Traffic", In The Ninth IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC 2004), Alexandria, Egypt, June 2004.
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[10] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "SIP Message Overflow Kist03SMORS.pdfRouting Scheme (SMORS)", In 2003 Australian Telecommunications, Networks and Applications Conference (ATNAC), Melbourne, Australia, December 2003.
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[9] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "Dynamic Resource Allocation in 3GPP SIP Overlay Networks", In ICICS-PCM 2003, Singapore, December 2003.
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[8]
A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "Note on the Problem of Partially Link Disjoint Paths", In ICICS-PCM 2003, Singapore, December 2003.
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[7] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "Using Virtual SIP Links to Enable QoS for Signailling", In ICON 2003, Sydney, Australia, September 2003.
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[6] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "SIP Routing Methodologies in 3GPP", In First International Working Conference on Performance Modelling and Evaluation of Heterogeneous Networks (HET-NETs '03), Ilkley, West Yorkshire, U.K, July 2003.
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[5] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "Scheme for Alternative Packet Overflow Routing (SAPOR)", In 2003 Workshop on High Performance Switching and Routing (HPSR 2003), Torino, Italy, June 2003.
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[4] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "A Heuristic to Generate All Best Partially Disjoint Paths in a Communications Network", In Eighth International Conference on Communication Systems (ICCS 2002), Singapore, 25-28 November 2002.
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[3] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "SIP Signalling Delay in 3GPP", In Sixth International Symposium on Communications Interworking of IFIP - Interworking 2002, Fremantle WA, October 2002.
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[2] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "SIP Signalling Resources in 3GPP IP Multimedia Subsystems", In 2nd Australian Telecommunications Cooperative Research Centre (ATcrc) Telecommunications Networking Conference Workshop, Fremantle WA, October 2002.
[1] A.A. Kist, R.J. Harris, "A Simple Model for Calculating SIP Signalling Flows in 3GPP Networks", In Second IFIP-TC6 Networking Conference 2002, Pisa, 19-24 May 2002.
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