multicast, address allocation
The multicast address allocation problem requires Internet domains to allocate unique addresses to multicast applications from a globally-shared space. We develop a theoretical framework for multicast allocation algorithms that is influenced by subcube allocation in hypercube computer systems. Based on this framework we derive complexity results for the address allocation problem and describe several new allocation algorithms that use a hypercube model for address representation.
Original Publication Citation
Virginia Lo, Daniel Zappala, Chris GauthierDickey, and Tim Singer, "A Theoretical Framework for the Multicast Address Allocation Problem", IEEE Globecom, Seventh Global Internet Symposium, November 22.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Zappala, Daniel; GauthierDickey, Chris; Lo, Virginia; and Singer, Timothy, "A Theoretical Framework for the Multicast Address Allocation Problem" (2002). All Faculty Publications. 527.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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