SOPI design and analysis for LDN

08/31/2020
by   Michael Luby, et al.
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Liquid Data Networking (LDN) is an ICN architecture that is designed to enable the benefits of erasure-code enabled object delivery. A primary contribution of LDN is the introduction of SOPIs, which enables client s to concurrently download encoded data for the same object from multiple edge nodes, optimizes caching efficiency, and enables seamless mobility. This paper provides an enhanced design and analysis of SOPI s.

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