Scout: a communications-oriented operating system

@article{Montz1995ScoutAC,
  title={Scout: a communications-oriented operating system},
  author={Allen Brady Montz and David Mosberger and Sean W. O'Malley and Larry L. Peterson and Todd A. Proebsting},
  journal={Proceedings 5th Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems (HotOS-V)},
  year={1995},
  pages={58-61}
}
Scout is new communication-centric operating system. The principle scout abstraction (the path) is an attempt to capture all of the operating system infrastructure necessary to insure that a given network connection can achieve high and predictable performance in the face of other connections and other system loads. 

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