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Pro-Diluvian: Understanding Scoped-Flooding for Content Discovery in Information-Centric Networking

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Scoped-flooding is a technique for content discovery in a broad networking context. We investigate the effects of scoped-flooding on various topologies in information-centric networking. Using the proposed ring model, we show that flooding can be constrained within a very small neighbourhood to achieve most of the gains which come from areas where the growth rate is relatively low, i.e., the network edge. We also study two flooding strategies and compare their behaviours. We propose to exploit the resulting divergence in availability along with the routers’ topological properties to fine tune the flooding radius. Our results shed light on designing e!cient content discovery mechanism for future information-centric networks.

Link: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~lw525/publications/diluvian.pdf

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