Reliable Multicast Transport to Large Groups

@inproceedings{Nonnenmacher1998ReliableMT,
  title={Reliable Multicast Transport to Large Groups},
  author={J{\"o}rg Nonnenmacher},
  year={1998}
}
The thesis investigates the reliable transport from one sen der to a group of receivers (multicast). It is often stated that network support is required to allow for efficien t reliable multicast. This thesis shows that this is not the case. Efficient reliable multicast is possible on a pu re end-to-end basis even for a very large number of receivers. In the case of data loss in the network, reliability is efficie ntly provided, if receivers signal the loss to the sender and the sender in turn… CONTINUE READING

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