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Evolving Future Internet Clean-Slate Entity Title Architecture with Quality-Oriented Control Plane Extensions

  title={Evolving Future Internet Clean-Slate Entity Title Architecture with Quality-Oriented Control Plane Extensions},
  author={J. Castillo and Felipe M. A. da Silva and Augusto Venancio Neto and Fl{\'a}vio de Oliveira Silva and Pedro Frosi and Carlos Guimar{\~a}es and Daniel Nunes Corujo and Rui. L. Aguiar},
  booktitle={International Conference on Telecommunications},
Due to the technological evolution, growth and various new service demands requiring new solutions to support novel usage scenarios, current Internet has been confronted with new requirements in terms of network mobility, quality and scalability, among others. New Future Internet approaches targeting Information Centric Networking, such as the Entity Title Architecture (ETArch), provide new services and optimizations for these scenarios, using novel mechanisms leveraging the Software Defined… 

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