Connection management without retaining information
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1995 IEEE. Managing a connection between two hosts in a network is an important service to provide in order to make the network useful for many applications. The two main sub-problems are the management of serial incarnations of a connection and the transfer of messages within an incarnation. This paper investigates whether it is necessary for connection management protocols to retain state information across node crashes and between incarnations.
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Twenty-Eighth Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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Attiya, H., Dolev, S., & Welch, J. L.