A reliable multicast framework for light-weight sessions and application level framing

@article{Floyd1997ARM,
  title={A reliable multicast framework for light-weight sessions and application level framing},
  author={Sally Floyd and Van Jacobson and Ching-Gung Liu and Steven McCanne and Lixia Zhang},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Trans. Netw.},
  year={1997},
  volume={5},
  pages={784-803}
}
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, and scale well to both very large networks and very large sessions. The SRM framework has been prototyped in wb, a distributed whiteboard application, which has been used on a global scale with sessions ranging from a few to a few hundred participants. The paper describes the principles that have… CONTINUE READING

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