Andriana Ioannou

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Information-Centric Networking (ICN), an alternative to the current Internet architecture, focuses on the distribution and retrieval of content instead of the transfer of information between specific endpoints. Approaches to ICN employ caches in the network to eliminate the transfer of information over lengthy communication paths from a source to consumers.(More)
The communication paradigm currently used over the Internet resembles that of a telephone communication system where two participants establish an end-to-end connection to exchange information. This model of interaction is being challenged by today's use of the network which focuses on information distribution and retrieval. Information-Centric Networking(More)
Approaches to Information-Centric Networking (ICN) employ caches within a network to reduce transfers of information from a source to consumers. Copies of content within a network may be exploited through the use of a forwarding mechanism. Scope-flooding is a forwarding strategy based on the distribution of requests through flooding. The scope of the(More)
The original Internet architecture was conceived to establish a connection between two participants. However, Internet usage today is dominated by content distribution and retrieval that comes in contrast to the host-based communication model of the network infrastructure. Information-Centric Networking (ICN) provides an alternative to the traditional(More)
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