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Poster abstract

Joakim Koskela, Juho Heikkilä, Andrei Gurtov
2010 ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review  
The use of these storage services is modular, and currently the system supports, concurrently, LAN multicast (for local networks) and a number of DHT-service interfaces (including OpenDHT).  ...  Preventing SPAM calls To filter out calls from total strangers, especially Spam over IP Telephony (SPIT), we have implemented a locally trusted path-finding service, which maintains a database of anonymized  ... 
doi:10.1145/1710130.1710135 fatcat:tz2wzxwzsbe7hj4pz4rgomlerq

QoS abstraction layer in 4G access networks

Gustavo Carneiro, Manuel Ricardo
2007 Telecommunications Systems  
In this paper a new protocol is proposed aimed at solving this problem-the QoS Abstraction Layer (QoSAL).  ...  Besides the reservation, the new signalling needs to address the dynamics of the wireless links, the mobility of the terminals, and the multicast traffic.  ...  The QoS Abstraction Layer (QoSAL) runs on these network elements, and its instances communicate using a protocol that is transported directly over L2 bearers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11235-007-9039-z fatcat:7fygoeh2bzcadorlbibrru6gla

OASIS: An Overlay Abstraction for Re-architecting Large Scale Internet Group Services [chapter]

Matthias Wählisch, Thomas C. Schmidt, Georg Wittenburg
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The scheme facilitates multipath multicast transport, offers fault-tolerant routing, arbitrary redundancy for packets and paths and remains mobility agnostic.  ...  In this paper, we present a generic approach to inter-domain multicast, which is guided by an abstract, DHT-inspired overlay, but may operate on a future Internet architecture.  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to thank Rajeev Koodli for a stimulating discussion on the subject and for several helpful hints.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02472-6_9 fatcat:zkdpk4nznjgubjb6fcomuazwxu

Network service abstractions for a mobility-centric future internet architecture

Francesco Bronzino, Kiran Nagaraja, Ivan Seskar, Dipankar Raychaudhuri
2013 Proceedings of the eighth ACM international workshop on Mobility in the evolving internet architecture - MobiArch '13  
We followup with a specific set of network service APIs that provide full access to the proposed abstractions, and implement these on Linux and Android hosts that connect to an instantiation of the novel  ...  To support this major shift, we propose in this paper a set of basic service abstractions that should be afforded by a future Internet that is centered upon the notion of self-certifying globally unique  ...  Under this are multicast, multihoming, and also anycast, a 'one-of-many' abstraction important for a variety of reliability and load-sharing uses.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2505906.2505908 dblp:conf/mobiarch/BronzinoNSR13 fatcat:agunh7x7ivcifjoi4556s5iapm

NoC Power Estimation at the RTL Abstraction Level

Guilherme Guindani, Cezar Reinbrecht, Thiago Raupp, Ney Calazans, Fernando Gehm Moraes
2008 2008 IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI  
The proposed method allows exploring the oC design space, being employed to evaluate the benefit on using the multicast service.  ...  The increasing use of mobile electronic devices forces the design of integrated circuits to consider low power techniques.  ...  To illustrate this benefit, the next experiment evaluates the advantages on using multicast service implemented in NoC, in terms of power and energy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/isvlsi.2008.17 dblp:conf/isvlsi/GuindaniRRCM08 fatcat:bq4gu54qyfehfjamnz7skr6uxa

Page 77 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 8 [page]

1995 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
The DCE Web toolkit demonstrates a broad array of new services can be provided in a layer below HTTP. Toolkit services include security, naming, and a transport-independent communications interface.  ...  Original abstract-amended. 9558 Designing a web of intellectual property. T. Norderhaug and J. M. Oberding. Computer Networks and ISDN Systems, 27 (6) Apr 95, p.1037-46. refs.  ... 

Communication Abstractions for Distributed Systems [chapter]

Antoine Beugnard, Ludger Fiege, Robert Filman, Eric Jul, Salah Sadou
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Understanding communication is a key to building a better understanding of the interaction of software entities such as objects, components, and aspects.  ...  The workshop was divided in two parts: the first dedicated to the presentation of eight position papers, and the second to the selection and discussion of three critical topics in the communication abstraction  ...  This practice has two main benefits: to promote a systematic design method, in which the correctness of the design of an interaction system can be assessed against its service specification; and, to shield  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25934-3_3 fatcat:htwlewxiavcyrohn373gxhzmmq

An Abstract Interface for System Software on Large-Scale Clusters

J. Fernandez
2006 Computer journal  
In this paper we propose and demonstrate an abstract network interface in the cluster interconnect to facilitate the implementation of a simple yet powerful global operating system.  ...  These challenges may seem daunting with commodity hardware and operating systems, since they were not designed to support a global, single management view of a large-scale system.  ...  Department of Energy through http://www.lanl.gov Los Alamos National Laboratory contract W-7405-ENG-36.  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/bxl020 fatcat:a6jlukw5wrdtzptxojmiguquvu

Service-Centric End-to-End Abstractions in Next-Generation Networks

Tilman Wolf
2006 Computer Communications and Networks  
Heterogeneous end-systems, novel communication abstractions, and security and manageability challenges will require networks to provide a broad range of services that go beyond the simple store-and-forward  ...  This paper introduces new abstractions for information transfer and data services in the network, which overcome the constraints of the end-to-end argument that has dominated current network designs.  ...  This type of commu- nication uses multicast service (and reliability) service to reach a large number of end-systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icccn.2006.286249 dblp:conf/icccn/Wolf06 fatcat:sydacxyaofg4nkjo7idcwby7va

Stampede RT: Programming Abstractions for Live Streaming Applications

David Hilley, Umakishore Ramachandran
2007 27th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS '07)  
Much work has gone into layering more convenient and structured abstractions on top of underlying unstructured transports.  ...  We also evaluate our implementation of the architecture and present several motivating applications Stampede RT is designed to support. tion 5).  ...  Finally, we would like to thank members of the Embedded Pervasive Lab (EPL), College of Computing, and Georgia Tech.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdcs.2007.140 dblp:conf/icdcs/HilleyR07 fatcat:vmlngxq4xjfj5b5qkfij26vjpm

An efficient on-chip NI offering guaranteed services, shared-memory abstraction, and flexible network configuration

2005 IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems  
Our NI decouples computation from communication by offering a shared-memory abstraction, which is independent of the network implementation.  ...  It provides both guaranteed and best-effort services via connections. These are configured via NI ports using the network itself, instead of a separate control interconnect.  ...  The existing NI designs address one or more of the aspects of our NI: low cost, high-level services offering an abstraction of the NoC, modular design, and differentiated services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcad.2004.839493 fatcat:4fyt7hueezehvnhc35tokrmrtq

Report of the DIMACS working group on abstractions for network services, architecture, and implementation

Jennifer Rexford, Pamela Zave
2012 Computer communication review  
A workshop on Abstractions for Network Services, Architecture, and Implementation brought together researchers interested in creating better abstractions for creating and analyzing networked services and  ...  This report summarizes the presentations and discussions that took place at the workshop, organized by areas of abstractions such as layers, domains, and graph properties.  ...  We would also like to thank the DIMACS staff for their splendid organization and their warm welcome to our participants.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2427036.2427047 fatcat:dxewvvhauvftlghwmjsyoq5hla

MODEL-DRIVEN DESIGN, REFINEMENT AND TRANSFORMATION OF ABSTRACT INTERACTIONS

JOÃO PAULO A. ALMEIDA, REMCO DIJKMAN, LUÍS FERREIRA PIRES, DICK QUARTEL, MARTEN VAN SINDEREN
2006 International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems  
interaction mechanisms and implementation constraints.  ...  Keywords: Model-driven design; abstract interactions; interaction refinement. * This work is part of the Freeband A-MUSE project (http://a-muse.freeband.nl), which is sponsored by the Dutch government  ...  This experience has been reported in [4] , which also reports on the use of the design concepts discussed here for the design of context-aware services.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0218843006001505 fatcat:bd3bdt3flfcgxmyqssx3lh4r6q

MI3M: A framework for media independent multicast mobility management

Sérgio Figueiredo, Carlos Guimarães, Daniel Corujo, Rui L. Aguiar
2014 Computer Networks  
Primarily designed for efficient transport, IP multicast will be crucial for the successful deployment of video services such as Personal Broadcasting, but faces several technical limitations in such mobile  ...  This work proposes a novel architecture enabling media-independent multicast mobility management of both multi-interface sources and receivers, while assuring efficient multicast data transport.  ...  In this work, we follow two design goals: avoid multicast transport inefficiency driven from tunnel replication and minimize service disruption due to a host handover.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2014.06.006 fatcat:qwh2kk72fbemxkwwu6dd2y2d4a

α-Channel, a network level abstraction to support real-time communication [chapter]

Brian Field, Taieb Znati
1992 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
While the first talk described a scheme for communication with performance guarantees in a packet-switching environment, the other three presented real-time protocol designs or implementations.  ...  The first talk was given by Brian Field of the University of Pittsburgh, co-author with Taieb Znati of the paper "Alpha-Channel, A Network Level Abstraction to Support Real-Time Communication."  ...  He co-designed the CMTP protocol while on sabbatical leave at ICSI, and described it in a paper co-authored with Mark Moran ("A Continuous Media Data Transport Service and Protocol for Real-Time Communication  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-55639-7_13 fatcat:z2boil5hxrhdtodjdtmafwlwte
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