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Bringing network coding into the network

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Theoretical developments in network coding have pointed to different possible approaches for how coding can be incorporated in networking. In this talk, we consider using network coding in different settings. In particular, we consider the use of network coding in peer-to-peer networks, wireless TCP /IP connections and mobile ad-hoc networks. We show that there is no single approach to network coding that can be successfully applied in all cases, but that careful co-design of network coding techniques with protocols may lead to significant gains.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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