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While multi-player online games are very successful, their fast deployment suffers from their server-based architecture. Indeed, servers both limit the scalability of the games and increase deployment costs. However, they make it easier to control the game (e.g. by preventing cheating and...
Today's Internet Service Providers (ISPs) serve two roles: managing their network infrastructure and providing (arguably limited) services to end users. We argue that coupling these roles impedes the deployment of new protocols and architectures, and that the future Internet should support two...
All-optical packet switching (AOPS) technology is essential to fully utilize the tremendous bandwidth provided by advanced optical communication techniques through forwarding packets in optical domain for the next generation network. However, long packet headers and other complex operations such...
This paper gives a brief overview of the Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) project. Starting in 1993, this project produced standards for digital broadcasting in all media (satellite, cable, terrestrial) using return channels of various kinds. In the current phase, DVB has also embraced Internet...
Internet router buffers are used to accommodate packets that arrive in bursts and to maintain high utilization of the egress link. Such buffers can lead to large queueing delays. Recently, several papers have suggested that it may, under general circumstances, be possible to achieve high...
Internet topology analysis has recently experienced a surge of interest in computer science, physics, and the mathematical sciences. However, researchers from these different disciplines tend to approach the same problem from different angles. As a result, the field of Internet topology analysis...
Ricciato 6 poses several questions, including why a particular LD (log-diagram) plot does not give the Hurst parameter predicted by theory? We offer an explanation of his observation and highlight other unusual aspects of LD plots.
The classification of IP ows according to the application that generated them is at the basis of any modern network management platform. However, classical techniques such as the ones based on the analysis of transport layer or application layer information are rapidly becoming ineffective. In...
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