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Performance comparison of content-oriented networking alternatives: A tree versus a distributed hash table

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6 Author(s)
Jaeyoung Choi ; Sch. of Comput. Sci. & Eng., Seoul Nat. Univ., Seoul, South Korea ; Jinyoung Han ; Eunsang Cho ; Hyunchul Kim
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While the Internet was designed with host-oriented networking applications, recent Internet statistics show that content-oriented traffic has become more and more dominant. Even though content-oriented networking, which tries to resolve this discordance, has received increasing attention, there have been few comprehensive and quantitative studies on how to realize a content-oriented networking architecture. In this paper, we focus on the design alternatives of the content-oriented networking architecture and evaluate their performance: (i) how to locate contents, (ii) how to cache contents, and (iii) how to deliver contents. There are two major infrastructure alternatives in substantiating these mechanisms: a tree and a distributed hash table (DHT).We carry out comprehensive simulation experiments to compare these alternatives in terms of content transfer latency, cache effectiveness, and failure resilience.

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Local Computer Networks, 2009. LCN 2009. IEEE 34th Conference on

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20-23 Oct. 2009

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