[ndnSIM] 回复: Enable push-based forwarding

Ravi Ravindran ravi.ravindran at gmail.com
Wed May 3 06:28:51 PDT 2017

This a draft under discussion in IRTF/ICNRG on this topic, it proposes a
Notification primitive in CCN, and I agree that this is an important
feature when it comes to IoT applications. More compelling, considering
application class called URLLC under 5G.



On Wed, May 3, 2017 at 9:04 AM, 周 <867324088 at qq.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> Actually,i do not focus my research on Vehicular Named Data Networks.I
> used this example to explain the importance about  the push schemes.
> Besides this instance, i think it is really necessary to consider the
> solution about pushing data if we hope that the ICN would be widely used in
> our lives.
> Best Regards!
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> On May 1, 2017, at 8:43 PM, 周 <867324088 at qq.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>   Thanks for your answer reply.
>   It does break the principles of the NDN.But,push-based forwarding is
> really necessary in some scene.For example .in Vehicular Named Data
> Networks,we assume that a car has an accident and it should broadcast this
> message as soon as possible and it is necessary to avoid the latency of the
> request's transmission.
> It seem important to propagate the information ASAP, but only to those
> cars (their drivers) that care about the traffic info surrounding the
> location of the accident, right?  Not to others who take totally different
> paths.
> I would imagine that those cars who care about the info would have sent a
> request.
>   Now,there are some schemes have been proposed and some papers about
> these without any codes.So,i am doubt how to start my work.
> dont know which papers you looked, one way is to send inquiries to the
> authors of those papers you read
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