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The BSD Packet Filter: A New Architecture for User-level Packet Capture
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The BSD Packet Filter (BPF) uses a new, register-based filter evaluator that is up to 20 times faster than the original design, and uses a straighforward buffering strategy that makes its overall performance up to 100 times better than Sun's NIT running on the same hardware. Expand
A reliable multicast framework for light-weight sessions and application level framing
This paper describes scalable reliable multicast (SRM), a reliable multicast framework for light-weight sessions and application level framing. The algorithms of this framework are efficient, robust,Expand
Receiver-Driven Layered Multicast
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The RLM protocol is described, its performance is evaluated with a preliminary simulation study that characterizes user-perceived quality by assessing loss rates over multiple time scales, and the implementation of a software-based Internet video codec is discussed. Expand
Receiver-driven layered multicast
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The RLM protocol is described, its performance is evaluated with a preliminary simulation study that characterizes user-perceived quality by assessing loss rates over multiple time scales, and the implementation of a software-based Internet video codec is discussed. Expand
A reliable multicast framework for light-weight sessions and application level framing
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An adaptive algorithm is demonstrated that uses the results of previous loss recovery events to adapt the control parameters used for future loss recovery, and provides good performance over a wide range of underlying topologies. Expand
vic: a flexible framework for packet video
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A new video tool is described, vic, that extends the groundbreaking work of nv and ivs with a more flexible system architecture, characterized by network layer independence, support for hardware-based codecs, a conference coordination model, an extensible user interface, and support for diverse compression algorithms. Expand
BPF+: exploiting global data-flow optimization in a generalized packet filter architecture
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A fully general packet filter framework that affords both a high degree of flexibility and good performance is proposed, and performance measurements show that the system achieves performance comparable to state-of-the-art packet filter architectures and better than hand-coded filters written in C. Expand
A reliable multicast framework for light-weight sessions and application level framing
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An adaptive algorithm that uses the results of previous loss recovery events to adapt the control parameters used for future loss recovery is demonstrated, and the reliable multicast delivery algorithm provides good performance over a wide range of underlying topologies. Expand
Inference of multicast routing trees and bottleneck bandwidths using end-to-end measurements
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This paper explores the problem of inferring the internal structure of a multicast distribution tree using only observations made at the end hosts and shows that the algorithm is robust and appears to converge to the correct tree with high probability. Expand
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