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Core based trees (CBT)

Tony Ballardie, Paul Francis, Jon Crowcroft
1993 Conference proceedings on Communications architectures, protocols and applications - SIGCOMM '93  
One of the central problems in one-to-many wide-area communications is forming the delivery tree -the collection of nodes and links that a multicast packet traverses. dent on) unicast routing, and is therefore  ...  easy to install in an internet that comprises multiple heterogeneous unicast routing algorithms.  ...  Whenever a new group appears or an old group disappears from a link, the designated router on that link floods the new state to all other routers in the internetwork.  ... 
doi:10.1145/166237.166246 dblp:conf/sigcomm/BallardieFC93 fatcat:kgeghps3obhwdbw33kyrlpjlxa

Core based trees (CBT)

Tony Ballardie, Paul Francis, Jon Crowcroft
1993 Computer communication review  
One of the central problems in one-to-many wide-area communications is forming the delivery tree -the collection of nodes and links that a multicast packet traverses. dent on) unicast routing, and is therefore  ...  easy to install in an internet that comprises multiple heterogeneous unicast routing algorithms.  ...  Whenever a new group appears or an old group disappears from a link, the designated router on that link floods the new state to all other routers in the internetwork.  ... 
doi:10.1145/167954.166246 fatcat:avatsxjrxfgfxcjt3hqbz3ne4u

TIME LINES: Unanticipated and contingent influences on the evolution of the internet

Glenn Kowack
2008 Interactions  
in Europe), a member of the board of directors of the Commercial Internet Exchange, and a contributor to the founding of ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.  ...  ABOUT ThE AUThOr Among his many accomplishments, Glenn Kowack directed UNIX R&D at Gould Computer Systems in the 1980s, was the founding CEO of EUnet Limited (the first commercial and multinational ISP  ...  Fortunately, as IP use scales up, the law of large numbers appears to conspire in favor of its effective operation-but odd transients can and do pop up all over the network.Connections vs.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1330526.1330551 fatcat:xrcunmwqyfcr5kg7gz7p45ab6m

NPSNET:A Network Software Architecture for LargeScale Virtual Environments

Michael R. Macedonia, Michael J. Zyda, David R. Pratt, Paul T. Barham, Steven Zeswitz
1994 Presence - Teleoperators and Virtual Environments  
network protocol for multi-player simulation over the Internet.  ...  Internet standard for network group communication, to support large scale distributed simulation over internetworks. 3) Heterogeneous parallelism for system level pipelines (e.g. draw, cull, application  ...  When a host on a subnet establishes or joins a group, it announces that event via the Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP).  ... 
doi:10.1162/pres.1994.3.4.265 fatcat:6hzvjnobtvdyrhmg45oxe6t2ke

Named Data Networking for military communication systems

B. Etefia, Lixia Zhang
2012 2012 IEEE Aerospace Conference  
In many military communication systems, mobile nodes can move in and out of coverage areas and neighboring transmission ranges creating network outages and link intermittencies.  ...  Many modern military communication systems rely on Internet Protocol (IP) mechanisms to provide networking functionality.  ...  Her group has developed several useful tools that are widely used by the Internet research and operational communities, among them are Internet Topology Collection, Link Rank, Cyclops, SecSpider, and the  ... 
doi:10.1109/aero.2012.6187109 fatcat:o77b6knpl5f2xf4zuc57yxg5yy

Report and discussion on the IEEE ComSoc TCGN Gigabit Networking Workshop 1995

J.P.G. Sterbenz, H.G. Schulzrinne, J.D. Touch
1995 IEEE Network  
The strong message provided by the contributions to this year's conference is that a number of researchers are concerned with the practical implications of running  ...  ) in the Internet.  ...  The Internet protocol stack is implemented in two steps.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.397040 fatcat:ghmtniccy5agbisfobcb5z4c64

Exploiting reality with multicast groups

M.R. Macedonia, M.J. Zyda, D.R. Pratt, D.P. Brutzman, P. Barham
1995 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
The Internet Group Management Protocol provides an addressing scheme for an unreliable, connectionless, multicast service routable over the Internet. 6 For the AOIM, IP Multicast allows the creation  ...  links, and localize reliability problems.  ...  Macedonia is a com- puter scientist whose research is directed toward the development of software architectures supporting large-scale distributed virtual environments. Macedonia  ... 
doi:10.1109/38.403826 fatcat:dxaoinimcnb55nxiilifkyhfk4

Universal IP multicast delivery

Beichuan Zhang, Wenjie Wang, Sugih Jamin, Daniel Massey, Lixia Zhang
2006 Computer Networks  
Cheriton, Multicast routing in datagram internetworks and extended LANs, ACM Transactions on Computer Systems 8(2) (1990) .  ...  In this paper we present the Universal Multicast (UM) framework, along with a set of mechanisms and protocols, to provide ubiquitous multicast delivery service on the Internet.  ...  However, its deployment not only requires router support from all Internet service providers, but also raises new issues and challenges in network control and management.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2005.07.016 fatcat:f6hqrt3bprfv7hb27quhet75xi

Host groups

David R. Cheriton, Stephen E. Deering
1985 Computer communication review  
In particular, the availability of multicast addressing in many local networks and its USC by sophisticated distributed applicarions molivatcs providing multicast across intcrnetworks.  ...  The extensive use of local networks is beginning to drive rcquircmcnts for intcmctwork facilities that connect thcsc local networks.  ...  This task force has provided valuable input in the dcvclopmcnt of the host group model.  ... 
doi:10.1145/318951.319039 fatcat:5x3nymdrdvfb3luj3qgjr4f2za

Interconnection Networks

Chuan-lin Wu
1981 Computer  
The marvels-of film, radio, and television-are marvels of one-way communication, which is not communication at all.  ...  The most popular internetworking standard is TCP/IP, which stands for transmission control protocol/internet protocol.  ...  Note that inr-111-cs2.Berkeley.edu is a router with two Internet addresses, one for each port. FIGURE 7 . 7 27 The role of internetworking.  ... 
doi:10.1109/c-m.1981.220288 fatcat:kzrs5ghmr5ekbg3sooiz7e6knu

Interconnection Networks [chapter]

R. N. Ibbett, N. P. Topham
1989 Architecture of High Performance Computers Volume II  
The marvels-of film, radio, and television-are marvels of one-way communication, which is not communication at all.  ...  The most popular internetworking standard is TCP/IP, which stands for transmission control protocol/internet protocol.  ...  Note that inr-111-cs2.Berkeley.edu is a router with two Internet addresses, one for each port. FIGURE 7 . 7 27 The role of internetworking.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4899-6701-5_3 fatcat:4zv5uskktzbozpw6paywugty74

Interconnection Networks [chapter]

Alan Gara, José E. Moreira, Tejas S. Karkhanis, José E. Moreira, José E. Moreira, Michael Flynn, Yoichi Muraoka, Matthias Bollhöfer, José I. Aliaga, Alberto F. Martı́n, Enrique S. Quintana-Ortí, Dhabaleswar K. Panda (+11 others)
2011 Encyclopedia of Parallel Computing  
The marvels-of film, radio, and television-are marvels of one-way communication, which is not communication at all.  ...  The most popular internetworking standard is TCP/IP, which stands for transmission control protocol/internet protocol.  ...  Note that inr-111-cs2.Berkeley.edu is a router with two Internet addresses, one for each port. FIGURE 7 . 7 27 The role of internetworking.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-09766-4_484 fatcat:wjhiak33kfg33brke2lrjoeegq

Interconnection Networks [chapter]

Guy Lemieux, David Lewis
2004 Design of Interconnection Networks for Programmable Logic  
The marvels-of film, radio, and television-are marvels of one-way communication, which is not communication at all.  ...  The most popular internetworking standard is TCP/IP, which stands for transmission control protocol/internet protocol.  ...  Note that inr-111-cs2.Berkeley.edu is a router with two Internet addresses, one for each port. FIGURE 7 . 7 27 The role of internetworking.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-4941-0_2 fatcat:b4ersw63izgghpwvjjyb2prqwi

Implementing Remote procedure calls

Andrew D. Birrell, Bruce Jay Nelson
1983 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review  
Notable recent efforts include Courier in the Xerox NS family of protocols [4], and current work at MIT [10]. This paper results from the construction of an RPC facility for the Cedar project.  ...  Major issues facing the designer of an RPC facility include: the precise semantics of a call in the presence of machine and communication failures; the semantics of address-containing arguments in the  ...  We envisage that our RPC communication will follow the pattern we have experienced with other protocols: most communication is on the local Ethernet (so the much lower data rates of the internet links  ... 
doi:10.1145/773379.806609 fatcat:tajvvi7vgjhgdihlg6haprbega

Interconnection Networks [chapter]

Fayez Gebali
2008 Analysis of Computer and Communication Networks  
The marvels-of film, radio, and television-are marvels of one-way communication, which is not communication at all.  ...  The most popular internetworking standard is TCP/IP, which stands for transmission control protocol/internet protocol.  ...  Note that inr-111-cs2.Berkeley.edu is a router with two Internet addresses, one for each port. FIGURE 7 . 7 27 The role of internetworking.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-74437-7_14 fatcat:ldef2yrtzrhfdf5dmu7zv536zq
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