• Journal of Internet Computing and Services
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Design and Evaluation of NACK Based Reliable Multicast Protocol


Jung Sun-Hwa, Park Seok-Cheon, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 47-56, Jun. 2003
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Keywords: Reliable Multicast Protocol, RMT(Reliable Multicast Transport), NACK(Negative ACK)

Abstract

Multicast protocols ore developed in order to support group communications efficiently, However. there still exist some issues to be solved for deploy multicast protocol in the public internet. This paper refers problem of existing Reliable Multicast Protocols and redesigns component function, and proposes enhanced reliable multicast transport protocol, This paper proposed a improved multicast transport scheme in NACK based reliable multicast. This scheme is much faster than by sender-initiated or receiver-initiated recovery and latency is smaller. Designed components are implemented in UNIX environment using C programming longuage. Then the protocol was evaluated performance through simulation. As the result, proposed protocol is better than existing protocols in both of transmission delay and packet loss. Especially, proposed protocol in this paper con be used in multicast services needed high reliability.


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[APA Style]
Jung Sun-Hwa and Park Seok-Cheon (2003). Design and Evaluation of NACK Based Reliable Multicast Protocol. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 4(3), 47-56.

[IEEE Style]
J. Sun-Hwa and P. Seok-Cheon, "Design and Evaluation of NACK Based Reliable Multicast Protocol," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 47-56, 2003.

[ACM Style]
Jung Sun-Hwa and Park Seok-Cheon. 2003. Design and Evaluation of NACK Based Reliable Multicast Protocol. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 4, 3, (2003), 47-56.