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2000 IEEE Third Conference on Open Architectures and Network Programming. Proceedings (Cat. No.00EX401)
End-to-end connectivity is growing increasingly diverse, with orders of magnitude differences in characteristics throughout the network. At the same time, most applications assume a level of network characteristics below which they either provide no service, or service at a cost higher than the user is willing to pay. Open architecture networks can help applications degrade gracefully when network conditions are poor by pushing adaptation technology into the network. Unfortunately, sincedoi:10.1109/opnarc.2000.828136 fatcat:rafocjbegbdsphtvcyoy3ky534