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Proceedings of the Re-Architecting the Internet Workshop on - ReARCH '10
Parallelism pervades the Internet, yet efficiently pooling this increasing path diversity has remained elusive. We defend that the inability to progress beyond a single path paradigm is due to an inflexible resource sharing model, rather than a lack of routing solutions. The tussle between networks and hosts over resource sharing has constricted resource pooling into being redefined by stakeholders according to their own needs, often at the expense of others. In this paper we debate existingdoi:10.1145/1921233.1921237 fatcat:zjpr5nswxbdptip4e3c5awx6pm