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Sun Jun 11 07:07:35 PDT 2017
ha ,thank you .i will follow your advice and try my best .........Excuse me for my poor English. 发自网易邮箱手机版 在2017年06月09日 23:33，Junxiao Shi 写道： Hi Jinyang I briefly read the first two sections of the paper, and I don't see major incompatibility in between NDN and fNDN architecture. You just need to define separate processing procedures for f-Interest in both client libraries (such as ndn-cxx and NDN-JS) and NFD (or another forwarder). In other words, it's a "code problem", but it will be lots of work. Yours, Junxiao On Fri, Jun 9, 2017 at 7:30 AM, <jinyangl at mail.ustc.edu.cn> wrote: Hello, I have encountered some questions about ndn forwarding ,so I want to ask you for advice: In paper Flow-based NDN Architecture, we propose a flow-based NDN architecture (fNDN). which can not only achieve overload decreasing by packing successive Interest packets but also performance improvement and load-balance by multi-path. The main idea is to pack the interest: When a user requests a content(data), he needs to send many interests. We can put many interests into an interest package, so that a f-interest can achieve the function of many interests to request more Data packets. But in ndn forwarding function ,the function Face :: expressInterest () is set to send a Interest, Facd :: expressInterest () to receive a data packet, then the function will be finished. But the idea of f-ndn is to send a f-interest to request many datas, which needs Face :: expressInterest () receive multiple data package before the function is over, but this feature/function can not be achieved in Face :: expressInterest () . What I would like to ask is that,where does our idea go wrong? our idea and ndn the original network layer architecture is contradictory, or that only a matter of the code.If the code is the problem, we have modified the code, but each compile will collapse, can you have any suggestion?
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