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INFOCOM
1998
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
A Scalable Control Topology for Multicast Communications
Large-Scale multicast applications for the Internet require the availability of multicast protocols that enhance the basic connectionless IP Multicast service. A critical requirem...
Jörg Liebeherr, Bhupinder Singh Sethi
INFOCOM
1999
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
Scalable Flow Control for Multicast ABR Services
We propose a flow-control scheme for multicast ABR services in ATM networks. At the heart of the proposed scheme is an optimal secondorder rate control algorithm, called the -contr...
Xi Zhang, Kang G. Shin, Debanjan Saha, Dilip D. Ka...
INFOCOM
2002
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
Host Multicast: A Framework for Delivering Multicast To End Users
Abstract—While the advantages of multicast delivery over multiple unicast deliveries is undeniable, the deployment of the IP multicast protocol has been limited to “islands” ...
Beichuan Zhang, Sugih Jamin, Lixia Zhang
HPN
1998
9 years 7 months ago
A Scalable Protocol for Reporting Periodically Using Multicast IP
We propose a protocol that controls the members of a multicast group that send periodically status reports to all members. The protocol, called Multicast Access Protocol (MAP), li...
Ljubica Blazevic, Eric Gauthier
INFOCOM
1999
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
Inference of Multicast Routing Trees and Bottleneck Bandwidths Using End-to-end Measurements
Abstract-- The efficacy of end-to-end multicast transport protocols depends critically upon their ability to scale efficiently to a large number of receivers. Several research mult...
Sylvia Ratnasamy, Steven McCanne
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