Nicholas Shectman

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It is a widely held belief that packet reordering in the Internet is a pathological behavior, or more precisely, that it is an uncommon behavior caused by incorrect or malfunctioning network components. Some studies of Internet traffic have reported seeing occasional packet reordering events and ascribed these events to “route fluttering”, router “pauses”(More)
Imagine a world in which every device has an embedded processor and a high-speed wireless link. Any two devices can talk to each other and you link devices together as needed to get your work done. Devices with embedded processors and wireless links are coming soon. This paper looks at some of the problems we have to overcome to make it possible to link(More)
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