Routeing information entropy for the Internet

The routeing state contained in the world’s core (backbone) Internet routers is increasing rapidly. Often this state is approximated by the number of routing prefixes that a core router must hold. Although a useful practical metric, the key useful measure is the growth in routeing information. The intention of the project is to explore if […]

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Ubiquitous communication for the Internet of Things (IoT)

Weiser’s vision of ubiquitous systems [1] included networking requirements that can not be met by the Internet Protocol (IP) 20+ years ago, and can still not be met today. Using a radically different architectural approach to today’s Internet, based on the Identifier Locator Network Protocol (http://ilnp.cs.st-andrews.ac.uk ), it is possible to realise Weiser’s vision of […]

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