Scalability, Throughput Stability and Efficient Buffering in ReliableMulticast Protocols
This study investigates the issues of scalability, throughput stability and efficient buffering in reliable multicast protocols. The focus is on a new class of scalable reliable multicast protoco, PBcast that is based on an epidemic loss recovery mechanism. The protocol offers scalability, throughput stability and a bimodal delivery guarantee as the key features. A theoretical analysis study for the protocol is already available.
computer science; technical report
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