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2000 IEEE Third Conference on Open Architectures and Network Programming. Proceedings (Cat. No.00EX401)
It appears that some degree of programmability is inevitable within the network, whether it be through active networks, active services, or programmable middleware. We argue that programming network elements with languages designed for use within a single machine is inappropriate, since the only defense for the shared resource of the network is through the use of sandboxes, which are prone to performance problems and are difficult to implement correctly. Instead, we believe that new languagesdoi:10.1109/opnarc.2000.828140 fatcat:3lgqldm5cjhofdehuatt3tqrla