Plutarch: an argument for network pluralism

@article{Crowcroft2003PlutarchAA,
  title={Plutarch: an argument for network pluralism},
  author={Jon A Crowcroft and Steven Hand and Richard Mortier and Timothy Roscoe and Andrew Warfield},
  journal={Computer Communication Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={33},
  pages={258-266}
}
It is widely accepted that the current Internet architecture is insufficient for the future: problems such as address space scarcity, mobility and non-universal connectivity are already with us, and stand to be exacerbated by the explosion of wireless, ad-hoc and sensor networks. Furthermore, it is far from clear that the ubiquitous use of standard transport and name resolution protocols will remain practicable or even desirable.In this paper we propose Plutarch, a new inter-networking… CONTINUE READING

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