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Extensible and Adaptive Architecture for an Evolutive Transport Layer

Abstract : The world of communications and networking knows and important evolution over the years. While this evolution is concretized by a deployment of many modern protocols at most of protocol layers, the Transport one continues to use old TCP and UDP protocols. This despite that an important number of modern protocols and mechanisms have been proposed. In this context, we study in this paper the obstacle of the deployment of new transport protocols and propose a new architecture to support the deployment and the adaptation of new Transport solutions. This was achieved by adding extensibility and adaptability capabilities using service-oriented and component-based paradigms. The architecture performances are studied at the end to measure the impact and the benefits of the new architecture comparing to classical Transport protocol.
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Mohamed Oulmahdi, Christophe Chassot, Nicolas van Wambeke. Extensible and Adaptive Architecture for an Evolutive Transport Layer. 2018 International Conference on Smart Communications in Network Technologies (SaCoNeT), Oct 2018, El Oued, Algeria. pp.102-107, ⟨10.1109/SaCoNeT.2018.8585730⟩. ⟨hal-02095354⟩



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