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Many-to-many multicast for XTP


Many-to-many multicast for XTP

Ma, Tong (2001) Many-to-many multicast for XTP. [Graduate Projects (Non-thesis)] (Unpublished)

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XTP is a transport protocol. A protocol is an agreement between the communicating parties on how communication is to proceed. For traditional transport layer connections, it is an error free point-to-point channel to provide reliable, cost-effective data transport from the source machine to the destination machine. The XTP is a new protocol with higher data rates, lower bit error rates, user defined service reliability, support multi-communication and latency controls, more suitable for today or the near future as modern networks continue to develop. Compared with traditional point-to-point communications, the XTP can provide efficient multicast data delivery, and the XTP also provides a powerful mechanism for group communication. Multicasting represents a powerful mechanism for group communication. The multicast service provides a set of hosts to participate in real-time data transfer via a multicast call. This report describes the design and implementation of m by n multicasting in the Sandia XTP.

Divisions:Concordia University > Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science > Computer Science and Software Engineering
Item Type:Graduate Projects (Non-thesis)
Authors:Ma, Tong
Pagination:viii, 63 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.
Institution:Concordia University
Degree Name:M. Comp. Sc.
Program:Computer Science
Department (as was):Department of Computer Science
Thesis Supervisor(s):Atwood, Bill
Identification Number:QA 76 M26+ 2001 no.5
ID Code:1353
Deposited By: Concordia University Library
Deposited On:27 Aug 2009 17:18
Last Modified:20 Oct 2022 20:44
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