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Title: ResTP - a transport protocol for FI resilience
Authors: Nguyen, TAN
Rohrer, JP
Sterbenz, JPG
Keywords: DTN
Error control
Multipath transport protocol
Ow management
Resilient survivable network
TCP
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: ACM
Source: The 10th International Conference on Future Internet : Seoul, Republic of Korea - June 08 - 10, 2015, p. 9-12. New York, NY : ACM, 2015 How to cite?
Series/Report no.: ACM international conference proceedings series
Abstract: To support emerging application classes and network use paradigms for Future Internet resilience, we are designing a new transport protocol: ResTP. ResTP overcomes the lim- itations of TCP and UDP that evolved in the context of the fixed, wired, connected, relatively reliable, and low-to- moderate delay Internet. ResTP is developed to efficiently carry trafic from various application types across a wide variety of network types. By supporting cross-layering, ResTP allows service tuning by the upper application layer while promptly reacting to network condition changes by using the feedback from the lower network layer. ResTP supports a set of transport-layer services, and each service is comprised of many mechanisms and algorithms that can be combined based on the specific mission requirement, application type, and underlying network characteristics. In addition, ResTP can exploit multiple available paths for its data transmission to increase redundancy while better utilizing network resources. With the design based on our ResiliNets frame- work, we believe that ResTP is the first transport-layer protocol that considers all disciplines related to resilience.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/55399
ISBN: 9781450335645
DOI: 10.1145/2775088.2775096
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