Quality of Service for Multicasting in Content Addressable Networks
Multicasting is an efficient mechanism for one to many data dissemination. Unfortunately, IP Multicasting is not widely available to end-users today, but Application Layer Multicast (ALM), such as Content Addressable Network, helps to overcome this limitation. Our OM-QoS framework offers Quality of Service support for ALMs. We evaluated OM-QoS applied to CAN and show that we can guarantee that all multicast paths support certain QoS requirements.
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