Request routing through collaborative in-network caching for bandwidth optimization: a methodology

@article{Xu2017RequestRT,
  title={Request routing through collaborative in-network caching for bandwidth optimization: a methodology},
  author={Yuemei Xu and Zihou Wang and Yang Li and Fu Chen and Tao Lin and Wenjia Niu},
  journal={Trans. Emerging Telecommunications Technologies},
  year={2017},
  volume={28}
}
To reduce data access latency, network traffic volume and server load, in-network caching was proposed and has become an intrinsic component of the content-centric network (CCN) architecture. The content-oriented characteristics of in-network caching, such as arbitrary topology and volatile content locations, make routers content-aware and supportive of fast content distribution. Meanwhile, they also raise new challenges in content placement and request routing, namely, how to optimally make… CONTINUE READING

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