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Asynchronous Layered Coding (Alc) Protocol Instantiation

By Luby, M.

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Title: Asynchronous Layered Coding (Alc) Protocol Instantiation  
Author: Luby, M.
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Language: English
Subject: Environmental Economics, Fine Arts
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Introduction: This document describes a massively scalable reliable content delivery protocol, Asynchronous Layered Coding (ALC), for multiple rate congestion controlled reliable content delivery. The protocol is specifically designed to provide massive scalability using IP multicast as the underlying network service. Massive scalability in this context means the number of concurrent receivers for an object is potentially in the millions, the aggregate size of objects to be delivered in a session ranges from hundreds of kilobytes to hundreds of gigabytes, each receiver can initiate reception of an object asynchronously, the reception rate of each receiver in the session is the maximum fair bandwidth available between that receiver and the sender, and all of this can be supported using a single sender. Because ALC is focused on reliable content delivery, the goal is to deliver objects as quickly as possible to each receiver while at the same time remaining network friendly to competing traffic. Thus, the congestion control used in conjunction with ALC should strive to maximize use of available bandwidth between receivers and the sender while at the same time backing off aggressively in the face of competing traffic.

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Table of Contents 1. Introduction.................................................2 1.1 Delivery service models...................................3 1.2 Scalability...............................................5 1.3 Environmental Requirements and Considerations.............6 2. Architecture Definition......................................8 2.1 LCT building block........................................9 2.2 Multiple rate congestion control building block..........10 2.3 FEC building block.......................................11

 

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