[Ndn-interest] Chunk level Data Retrieval in mobile NDN
Syed Hassan Ahmed
s.h.ahmed at ieee.org
Tue Feb 16 20:56:02 PST 2016
I am writing to check the validity of my previous question, is it out of
scope of this mailing list? or the question itself is invalid?
Requesting for a comment from the community.
Thanks in advance.
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*Syed Hassan Ahmed *(하산)
Kyungpook National University,
Daegu City, Republic of Korea.
On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 4:02 PM, Syed Hassan Ahmed <s.h.ahmed at ieee.org>
> Hello Dear Colleagues and Seniors,
> I have a simple query regarding Chunk level retrieval in NDN enabled
> mobile networks such as VANETs, MANETs, etc.
> Let's consider one scenario:
> We have a consumer (C), looking for an Interest (i), and the current
> neighboring node (n) is not the provider of (i). In this case, the (n) will
> forward the (i) depending on any forwarding strategy. Now lets say, the
> very next hop to (n) is the provider (P) of (i) and the chunk level data
> retrieval starts in multi-hop fashion. However, after the successful
> delivery of few chunks (e.g. 5 out of 15 chunks), the (n) moves out between
> the (C) and (P), given that we have always caching on.
> What will happen to those 5 chunks cached in the memory of (n)? How they
> can be used? And if not, is there any scheme or mechanism defined in the
> current NDN to discard them? Or they will be discarded straight away?
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