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Network Architecture Research Considerations Or The Internet Conspiracy

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The Internet is full of cults of personality – the father of the Internet, the Internet Architect, and so on, all are titles assigned to famous researchers.

The reality is that architecture is an emergent property of collective research. In this talk, I will discuss the emergence of the Internet architecture as an example, and then talk about the work in the EU Haggle project, where we have specified a system ,but not an architecture, so that users (in our case, application developers and contributers to the project) can add functionality – eventually, we believe, we may identify the architecure for Opportunistic Networking as if recognizing the dog in the leaves.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.

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