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Chainsaw: Eliminating Trees from Overlay Multicast

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Chainsaw: Eliminating Trees from Overlay Multicast
In this paper, we present Chainsaw, a p2p overlay multicast system that completely eliminates trees. Peers are notified of new packets by their neighbors and must explicitly request a packet from a neighbor in order to receive it. This way, duplicate data can be eliminated and a peer can ensure it receives all packets. We show with simulations that Chainsaw has a short startup time, good resilience to catastrophic failure and essentially no packet loss. We support this argument with real-world experiments on Planetlab and compare Chainsaw to Bullet and Splitstream using MACEDON.
Vinay S. Pai, Kapil Kumar, Karthik Tamilmani, Vina
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where IPTPS
Authors Vinay S. Pai, Kapil Kumar, Karthik Tamilmani, Vinay Sambamurthy, Alexander E. Mohr
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