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Recently a number of research groups have proposed connection-oriented access protocols that can provide a variable grade of service with performance guarantees on top of diverse networks. These connection-oriented internet protocols (COIPs) have different performance trade-offs. The purpose of this paper is to create a COIP-Kernel which can be used as a toolkit to implement any of the proposed COIPs. COIP-K features module interchanges and incremental software support. The paper presents the COIP-K implementation and its performance characterization.
Cranor, Charles D. and Parulkar, Gurudatta M., "An Implementation Model for Connection-Oriented Internet Protocols" Report Number: WUCS-92-16 (1992). All Computer Science and Engineering Research.
Permanent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.7936/K7VH5M66