Atsushi Ooka

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Content-Centric Networking (CCN) is a novel architecture that has been proposed as a solution for dealing with various problems facing the Internet, such as the excessive bandwidth costs that result from peer-to-peer (P2P) traffic and content delivery networks (CDN). In order to deal with the difference between the principles of the Internet and the(More)
Content-centric networking (CCN) is an innovative network architecture that is being considered as a successor to the Internet. To implement the novel technologies, however, requires routers with performance far superior to that offered by today's Internet routers. Although many researchers have proposed various router components, such as caching and name(More)
Content-centric networking (CCN) is an innovative network architecture that is being considered as a successor to the Internet. In recent years, CCN has received increasing attention from all over the world because its novel technologies (e.g., caching, multicast, aggregating requests) and communication based on names that act as addresses for content have(More)
Information-centric networking (ICN) has gained attention from network research communities due to its capability of efficient content dissemination. In-network caching function in ICN plays an important role to achieve the design motivation. However, many researchers on in-network caching have focused on where to cache rather than how to cache: the former(More)
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