Robert L. R. Mattson

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HTTP-MPLEX is a header compression and response encoding scheme for HTTP. It is designed to compress traditional HTTP requests and multiplex any number of responses to a single stream, thus improving application use of TCP, reducing the number of competing parallel connections and improving the time required to retrieve responses from a server. HTTP 1.1 is(More)
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) has progressively increased in sophistication and scope somewhat in parallel to growth of the Internet. HTTPs first incarnation allowed for only one transaction (request and retrieval) per connection , incurring a high overhead penalty for repetitive and laborious Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection(More)
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