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The SILO Architecture for Services Integration, controL, and Optimization for the Future Internet

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The SILO Architecture for Services Integration, controL, and Optimization for the Future Internet
— We propose a new internetworking architecture that represents a departure from current philosophy and practice, as a contribution to the ongoing debate regarding the future Internet. Building upon our experience with the design and prototyping of the Just-in-Time protocol suite, we outline a framework consisting of (1) building blocks of fine-grain functionality, (2) explicit support for combining elemental blocks to accomplish highly configurable complex communication tasks, and (3) control elements to facilitate (what is currently referred to as) cross-layer interactions. In this position paper, we take a holistic view of network design, allowing applications to work synergistically with the network architecture and physical layers to select the most appropriate functional blocks and tune their behavior so as to meet the application’s needs within resource availability constraints. The proposed architecture is flexible and extensible so as to foster innovation and accommodat...
Rudra Dutta, George N. Rouskas, Ilia Baldine, Arno
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Rudra Dutta, George N. Rouskas, Ilia Baldine, Arnold Bragg, Daniel S. Stevenson
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