SAP: an Architecture for Selectively Approximate Wireless Communication

  title={SAP: an Architecture for Selectively Approximate Wireless Communication},
  author={Benjamin Ransford and Luis Ceze},
Integrity checking is ubiquitous in data networks, but not all network traffic needs integrity protection. Many applications can tolerate slightly damaged data while still working acceptably, trading accuracy versus efficiency to save time and energy. Such applications should be able to receive damaged data if they so desire. In today’s network stacks, lower-layer integrity checks discard damaged data regardless of the application’s wishes, violating the End-to-End Principle. This paper argues… CONTINUE READING
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