Aspects of AMnet Signaling. Speer, A.; Schoeller, M.; Fuhrmann, T.; and Zitterbart, M. 2002.
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AMnet provides a framework for flexible and rapid service creation. It is based on Programmable Networking technologies and uses active nodes (AMnodes) within the network for the provision of individual, application-specific services. To this end, these AMnodes execute service modules that are loadable on-demand and enhance the functionality of intermediate systems without the need of long global standardization processes. Placing application-dedicated functionality within the network requires a flexible signaling protocol to discover and announce as well as to establish and maintain the corresponding services. AMnet Signaling was developed for this purpose and will be presented in detail within this paper.
@conference {714768,
	title = {Aspects of AMnet Signaling},
	booktitle = {NETWORKING {\textquoteright}02: Proceedings of the Second International IFIP-TC6 Networking Conference on Networking Technologies, Services, and Protocols; Performance of Computer and Communication Networks; and Mobile and Wireless Communications},
	year = {2002},
	pages = {1214{\textendash}1220},
	publisher = {Springer-Verlag},
	organization = {Springer-Verlag},
	address = {London, UK},
	abstract = {AMnet provides a framework for flexible and rapid service creation. It is based on Programmable Networking technologies and uses active nodes (AMnodes) within the network for the provision of individual, application-specific services. To this end, these AMnodes execute service modules that are loadable on-demand and enhance the functionality of intermediate systems without the need of long global standardization processes.
Placing application-dedicated functionality within the network requires a flexible signaling protocol to discover and announce as well as to establish and maintain the corresponding services. AMnet Signaling was developed for this purpose and will be presented in detail within this paper.},
	keywords = {multicast, programmable networks},
	isbn = {3-540-43709-6},
	doi = {10.1007/3-540-47906-6},
	url = {http://www.springerlink.com/content/4j371710765jg14q/},
	author = {Speer, Anke and Marcus Schoeller and Thomas Fuhrmann and Martina Zitterbart}
}
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