Braulio Dumba

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—In this paper, we describe our experience in implementing a non-IP routing protocol – Virtual Id Routing (VIRO) – using the OVS-SDN platform in GENI. As a novel, " plug-&-play " , routing paradigm for future dynamic networks, VIRO decouples routing/forwarding from addressing by introducing a topology-aware, structured virtual id layer to encode the(More)
Quantitative determination of the geometry of an atomic force microscope (AFM) probe tip is critical for robust measurements of the nanoscale properties of surfaces, including accurate measurement of sample features and quantification of tribological characteristics. Blind tip reconstruction, which determines tip shape from an AFM image scan without(More)
—The current best-effort IP protocol cannot readily provide the bandwidth and other service guarantees that many applications such as video streaming require today. End system based path switching and load balancing across multiple paths have been proposed as an alternative approach to meet the bandwidth requirements of today's applications. These solutions(More)
In this paper, we propose Virtual Id Routing (VIRO) a novel “plug-&-play” non-IP routing protocol for future dynamics networks. VIRO decouples routing/forwarding from addressing by introducing a topology-aware, structured virtual id layer to encode the locations of switches and devices in the physical topology. It completely eliminates network-wide flooding(More)
In this paper, we describe our experience in implementing a non-IP routing protocol – Virtual Id Routing (VIRO) – using the OVS-SDN platform in GENI. As a novel, " plug-&-play " , routing paradigm for future dynamic networks, VIRO decouples routing/forwarding from addressing by introducing a topology-aware, struc-tured virtual id layer to encode the(More)
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