Effective Design of Naming Systems for Networks

@inproceedings{Karen2003EffectiveDO,
  title={Effective Design of Naming Systems for Networks},
  author={Ritchie Karen and Sollins},
  year={2003}
}
Names or identifiers are central to any network or distributed systems architecture because they are the handles for remote, ephemeral or non-existing entities. Typically names range from a location independent identifier, to an address, to a route to a location. All are means of identifying remote entities. Because naming is so central to remote communications systems, we take the position in this paper that it is critically important to select or design naming systems to meet the broader… CONTINUE READING

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