Convergence Approach: Integrate Active Packet with Mobile Components in Advanced Intelligent Network

  • Soo-Hyun Park


Traditional data networks transport their packet bits end-to-end from node to node passively. However, increasingly widespread use of the internet has placed new demands on the networking infrastructure. Novel applications continue to emerge rapidly and often benefit from new network services that better accommodate their modes of use.


Active Network Interface Specification Intelligent Network Breadth First Search Network Management System 
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