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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The Internet architecture is based on design principles such as endto-end addressing and global routeability. It suits relatively static, wellmanaged and flat network hierarchies. Recent years have shown, however, that the Internet is evolving beyond what the current architecture can support. The Internet architecture struggles to support increasingly conflicting requirements from groups with competing interests, such as network, content and application service providers, or end-users of fixed,doi:10.1007/11520184_8 fatcat:e5vdar4ii5f3dhfeq4bpf42x7m