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ADVIS
2000
Springer
10 years 4 months ago
Throughput Stability of Reliable Multicast Protocols
Traditional reliable multicast protocols depend on assumptions about flow control and reliability mechanisms, and they suffer from a kind of interference between these mechanisms. ...
Öznur Özkasap, Kenneth P. Birman
INFOCOM
2000
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Message Stability Detection for Reliable Multicast
—Many scalable reliable multicast protocols use the local repair scheme where certain receivers retransmit packets by other receivers. Such schemes need a mechanism, called messa...
Katherine Guo, Injong Rhee
MM
1996
ACM
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10 years 3 months ago
The Case for Reliable Concurrent Multicasting Using Shared Ack Trees
Such interactive, distributed multimedia applications as shared whiteboards, group editors, and simulations require reliable concurrent multicast services, i.e., the reliable diss...
Brian Neil Levine, David B. Lavo, J. J. Garcia-Lun...
SRDS
2000
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Semantically Reliable Multicast Protocols
Reliable multicast protocols can strongly simplify the design of distributed applications. However, it is hard to sustain a high multicast throughput when groups are large and het...
José Orlando Pereira, Rui Carlos Oliveira, ...
CSFW
1996
IEEE
10 years 3 months ago
A High-Throughput Secure Reliable Multicast Protocol
Dalia Malki, Michael K. Reiter
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