University of Central Florida. Division of Sponsored Research; University of Central Florida. Institute for Simulation and Training
Computer network architectures; Computer network protocols
Report describes the results of an experiment exploring new architectural directions in the design of communication protocols.
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Introduction -- The architectural basis -- An experiment with the transport layer -- Observations on the structure of a protocol -- Implications of this work -- Conclusions -- Future work -- Appendix A Guidelines for the specification of services, protocols, mechanisms and policies -- Appendix B Generic data transfer service definition covering unicast & multicast -- Appendix C Generic data transfer protocol specification -- Appendix D Unicast sequencing mechanism specification and example policies -- Appendix E Data corruption detection mechanism specification -- Appendix F Lost and duplicate detection mechanism specification and example policies -- Appendix G Flow control mechanism specification and example policies -- Appendix H Allocation mechanism specification.
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Day, John; Chandarlapaty, Umasankar; and Loper, Margaret L., "An Experiment In Modular Transport Protocol Design And Its Importance For Multicast Protocols" (1994). Institute for Simulation and Training. 12.