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By Julie Schlembach, Anders Skoe, Ping Yuan, Edward Knightly (auth.), Marco Ajmone Marsan, Andrea Bianco (eds.)

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IP is obviously rising because the networking paradigm for the mixing of the tr- ?c ?ows generated through a number of new purposes (IP telephony, multimedia multicasting, e-business, ...), whose functionality requisites might be tremendous di?erent. this example has generated an outstanding curiosity within the improvement of te- niques for the supply of caliber of provider (QoS) promises in IP networks. proposals have already emerged from the IETF teams IntServ and Di?- Serv, yet examine and experiments are carrying on with, with the intention to determine the main e?ective architectures and protocols. The Italian Ministry for collage and Scienti?c examine has been investment a study application on those issues, named “Techniques for caliber of provider promises in multiservice telecommunication networks” or MQOS for brief, within the years 1999 and 2000. on the finish of its task, the MQOS application has geared up in Rome (Italy) in January 2001 the overseas Workshop on QoS in Multiserevice IP N- works (QoS-IP 2001), for the presentation of top of the range contemporary examine effects on QoS in IP networks, and the dissemination of the main correct examine effects received in the MQOS program.

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I) D is an α unitary diagram with n zones which are shaded or contain spiders. The negation of D gives a (compound) diagram with m components (m ≥ n). Any non-shaded zone z with p spiders gives a unitary component where its corresponding zone z1 is shaded and contains p − 1 Schrödinger spiders. Any shaded zone z with q Schrödinger spiders and r (r ≥ 1) non-Schrödinger spiders gives two unitary components where its corresponding zones z1 and z2 contain q + r + 1 non-Schrödinger spiders and r − 1 Schrödinger spiders respectively and z2 is shaded.

M . In backtracking these steps, with appropriate substitutions of the values of the unknowns which were already we can write the minimal solution for x2 , . . , xn in order in terms of the constants only. 7 Multi-Projections B D D C B D f f D C g g (a) Intersecting multi-projections into intersecting contexts (b) Disjoint multi-projections into intersecting contexts Fig. 1: Multi-projections into intersecting contexts. So far, the discussion assumed that every base set is projected only once into a diagram.

Let us now generalize in allowing layouts in which contours, and not only zones, can be mapped into noncontiguous areas, as was done in Fig. 3. The figure gives an alternative layout of the running example, in which the abstract contours E and D are each mapped into three noncontiguous areas of the plane. Contours E and D can therefore be thought of as “multi-contours” with several fragments in the diagram. Note that zones z8 and z9 become noncontiguous while z7 is contiguous in this layout. As revolutionary as multi-contours may look, at this stage they have absolutely no effect on our definitions and algorithms which relied on an abstract Positive Semantics of Projections in Venn-Euler Diagrams 23 definition of a diagram, devoid of any geometrical or topological connotation.

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