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Wired Geometric Routing

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Routing substrates for overlay networks are an important building block for large distributed applications. Many existing substrates are based on a random identifier space and therefore do not respect node locality when routing data. This can lead to lower performance for locality-sensitive applications, such as web caching, distributed gaming, and resource discovery.

This talk examines the problem of building a locality-aware routing overlay on top of a network in which nodes know their location. As a starting point we look at the scaled Theta-routing proposal for geometric routing in a Euclidean space. We address the practical problems of forming routing tables with imperfect node knowledge and churn and examine query performance on non-Euclidean data sets.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.

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