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Ad hoc networking via named data
The design of the Internet protocol stack, with IP at the waist of the hourglass, mandates that packet delivery is governed by the destination IP address. This design has enabled explosive growth ofExpand
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Listen First, Broadcast Later: Topology-Agnostic Forwarding under High Dynamics
In this paper, we return to the drawing board to rethink the basic approach to multi-hop forwarding for highly dynamic wireless networks. The result is Listen First, Broadcast Later (LFBL), aExpand
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A taxonomy of biologically inspired research in computer networking
The natural world is enormous, dynamic, incredibly diverse, and highly complex. Despite the inherent challenges of surviving in such a world, biological organisms evolve, self-organize, self-repair,Expand
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APT: A Practical Transit Mapping Service
The size of the global routing table is a rapidly growing problem. Several solutions have been proposed. These solutions commonly divide the Internet into two parts, one for customers and one forExpand
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Towards a New Internet Routing Architecture: Arguments for Separating Edges from Transit Core
In recent years, the size and dynamics of the global routing table have increased rapidly along with an increase in the number of edge networks. The relation between edge network quantity and routingExpand
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Bond: unifying mobile networks with named data
Much research has been devoted to freeform networks – that is, mobile, multi-hop wireless networks where the nodes move freely and unpredictably. This includes connected mobile ad hoc networksExpand
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Emergent Mobile Services
Delivering a robust, high-performance application service over the Internet requires careful configuration and maintenance – different functional components of the service, such as caching, dataExpand
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APT: A Practical Tunneling Architecture for Routing Scalability
The routing table has seen a rapid increase in size and dynamics in recent years, mostly driven by the growth of edge networks. This growth reflects two major limitations in the current architecture:Expand
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A Data-First Architecture for Unstructured Wireless Networks
We have returned to the drawing board to rethink the basic approach to unstructured wireless networks – connected or disconnected multi-hop wireless networks whose topology is in a constant state ofExpand