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Whimsical Networking: the Past, the Present, and the Future

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Last session of term

In this talk, we will explore the direction in which the development of network protocols is headed, and discuss the numerous suggestions from the networking community to improve the current state of the art. We will talk about novel methods of transmitting data, the emergence of new media and layouts for protocol headers and addresses, and approaches to handling internet traffic in the Internet of Things era. We will delve into details of several esoteric and largely underrated protocols, and describe their potential for changing the world we live in.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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