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MFTP: A Clean-Slate Transport Protocol for the Information Centric Mobilityfirst Network

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MFTP: A Clean-Slate Transport Protocol for the Information Centric Mobilityfirst Network
This paper presents the design and evaluation of clean-slate transport layer protocols for the MobilityFirst (MF) future Internet architecture based on the concept of named objects. The MF architecture is a specific realization of the emerging class of Information Centric Networks (ICN) that are designed to support new modes of communication based on names of information objects rather than their network addresses or locators. ICN architectures including MF are characterized by the following distinctive features: (a) use of names to identify sources and sinks of information; (b) storage of information at routers within the network in order to support content caching and disconnection; (c) multicasting and anycasting as integral network services; and in the MF case (d) hop-by-hop reliability protocols between routers in the network. These properties have significant implications for transport layer protocol design since the current Internet transports (TCP and UDP) were designed for ...
Kai Su, Francesco Bronzino, K. K. Ramakrishnan, Di
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where ACMICN
Authors Kai Su, Francesco Bronzino, K. K. Ramakrishnan, Dipankar Raychaudhuri
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