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We present Tesseract, an experimental system that enables the direct control of a computer network that is under a single administrative domain. Tesseract's design is based on the 4D architecture, which advocates the decomposition of the network control plane into decision, dissemination, discovery, and data planes. Tesseract provides two primary abstract(More)
The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the author and should not be interpreted as representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of any sponsoring institution, DARPA, the U.S. government, or any other entity. Abstract Corpus based approaches to automatic translation such as Example Based and Statistical Machine(More)
—Networks cannot be managed without communication among geographically distributed network devices and control agents. Unfortunately, computer networks today lack an autonomic mechanism that enables such communications, and the stopgap solutions used in practice are seriously flawed. To address the problem, this paper presents the design and implementation(More)
Note to the reader: this document is a work in progress and continues to evolve rapidly. Certain aspects of the GENI architecture are not yet addressed at all, and, for those aspects that are addressed here, a number of unresolved issues are identified in the text. Further, due to the active development and editing process, some portions of the document may(More)
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