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Author Vogt, Martin ♦ Plattner, Bernhard ♦ Plagemann, Thomas ♦ Walter, Thomas
Source CiteSeerX
Content type Text
File Format PDF
Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Protocol Complexity ♦ Pr Otocols ♦ Network Service ♦ End System ♦ Efficient Data Transport ♦ Unix Process ♦ Unified Module Interface ♦ Applied Protocol ♦ Information Hiding ♦ Da Capo ♦ Performance Bottleneck ♦ Run-time Environment ♦ Modern High Speed Network ♦ Unrestricted Configuration ♦ Application Requirement ♦ Common Software Engineering Principle ♦ Protocol Configuration ♦ Ynamic Configuration ♦ Dynamic Configuration ♦ Building Block ♦ Runtime Environment
Description Proceedings of INET'93, International Networking Conference Internet Society
It is a well known fact that the performance bottleneck of modern high speed networks is located in the end systems. Reasons are the complexity of the applied protocols and the embedding of protocols in the end systems. Da CaPo (D ynamic Configuration of Pr otocols) provides an environment which allows the dynamic configuration of protocols with respect to the application requirements and the properties of the offered network services. The goal of the configuration is to reduce the protocol complexity and increase the performance. Modules serve as building blocks for the protocol configuration. Common software engineering principles like encapsulation and information hiding as well as a unified module interface allow the unrestricted configuration of modules to protocols. The runtime environment of Da CaPo links modules to protocols in one UNIX process and realizes an efficient data transport inside the end system because operations reducing performance like data copying or UNIX conte...
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 1993-01-01