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Title: Recursion,Virtualization: basic concepts for Networking


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Recursion,Virtualization basic concepts for
Networking
  • Yannis Corovesis (PhD Comp.Science)
  • ycor AT iit.demokritos.gr
  • Instititute of Informatics Telecomms
  • Summer School 2011
  • NCSR DEMOKRITOS

2
Network problems
  • Current tech. 2020
  • Address exhaustion
  • Sizeglobal routing tables
  • (in) Security
  • Mobile Internet difficult
  • Complex mechanisms for QoS
  • Lack global names for applications

3
Official reports
  • Blumenthal, Clark 2001, Rethinking the design of
    Internet RFC 1287
  • T.Roscoe, The end of Internet Architecture
    HOTNETS 2005
  • IAB workshop 2007 http//tools.ietf.org/html/dra
    ft-iab-raws-report-01
  • Olivier Martin, State of the Internet
    challenges ahead NEC 2007 http//www.ictconsulting
    .ch/presentations.html

4
Proposals for a new Network (s)
  • McKeown, Girod Clean-Slate Design STANFORD Uni.
    2006 http//cleanslate.stanford.edu/
  • Future Internet Assembly EU http//www.future-inte
    rnet.eu/home/future-internet-assembly.html
  • Future Internet Architecture US
    http//www.nets-fia.net/

5
Personal experience
  • Developing Internet in Greece http//ariadne-t.bl
    ogspot.com (in greek)
  • CV like summary (gr, en)
  • http//ycor.wordpress.com/
  • A 20 question
    What is Net ?

6
Meta-artificial.blogspot.com
  • Posts about network theory awareness May 2009,
    Jan 2011, Jan 2012, Feb 2012
  • Pls send me comments ycor AT ariadne-t DOT gr
  • or twits twitter.com/ycor

7
Start of the thread
  • In 1990 I named the NRN project net what ?
    http//www.ariadne-t.gr and declare its
    existence to Stanford Research Institute that run
    NIC http//www.tinyurl.com/internetGR1992 In
    1996 after some progress with basics I presented
    them to a biz conference on behalf Greek PTT
    http//www.tinyurl.com/internetOTE

8
Layer-Packet-Peering-Client-Server
  • Understanding Internet processes running on Node
    computers arranged in
  • LAYERS over
  • PACKET SWITCHING with
  • PEERING protocols and
  • CLIENT-SERVER programs


9
Theory and Network
  • This presentation considers there has been lots
    of engineering but little science
    borrows the analogy from computing
    http//www.cs.kent.ac.uk/people/staff/dat/miranda/
    ctfp.pdf http//lambda-the-ultimate.org/node/2204
    that theory helped fix computer architectural
    concepts and achieve convergence in order for
    us today to consider an ????L code program to be
    the same entity to an AMD program and a Java
    program to be the same as a C program !
  • There is a need for something similar to occur
    in Networking.

10
Metasystem Transitions
  • Strowger Switch automates a manually operated
    system http//www.seg.co.uk/telecomm/automat1.htm
  • ARPANET enables hooking up of different vendor
    terminals http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARPANET

11
Evolution path
  • ?? 1974 NCP basic network protocol is replaced
    NCP by TCPIP to enable connection of different
    tech. networks http//el.wikipedia.org/wiki/TCP/IP
  • A period of small and big network advances take
    place that fit the pattern automation of manual
    operations

12
Automation Steps
  • Routing EGP, BGP1, BGP2, BGP3, BGP4
  • Naming Domain Name System 1987
  • Introduce multimedia to text Internet ???? 1991
    http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIME
  • Network Information Resources e.g system ARCHIE
    http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archie_search_engine
  • Global web WWW
  • what is automation?

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Abstractions needed
  • J.POSTEL proposed to R.KHARE a study over tech
    documents at ISI with the goal to obtain a
    picture (1998) reference R.Khare in Postel's
    orbituary
  • F.BAKER (IAB/IETF) proposes PSEUDO-AREA in an
    IETF email.
  • A typewriter inspired A.TURING - book the
    enigma ?.Hodges
  • Inspiration from Metasystem transition Valentin
    F. Turchin

18
Recursion Virtualization give a abstractions
  • Network in stage ? is a composed from
  • An Automation-Quantum embedded upon Net in stage
    ?-1 gradually spreading
  • Auto-Q is a distributed application running on
    a virtual CPU, using a virtual MEMORY component
    (sumtotal of real Ms) and is using as a virtual
    BUS the existing Net to propage itself as a
    transformation

19
Meeting RINA
  • In 2009 googling (Net,Arch, Evolution, Patterns)
    I came across the book Patterns in Networking
    Architecture byJohn Day, the author says he has
    been searching the question "What is Network" for
    35 years, initially as a graduate student
    building ?RPANET, later writing RFCs,
    specialized in Protocol Formal Specification, in
    brief a Nework pioneer where sometime in 1994 he
    located patterns related to network
    fundamentals. He was an OSI model's
    specification reporter from 1990/4 he
    understands OSI better than me that in 1994
    declated OSI can be harmful that missed its
    positive contribution. http//www.islab.demokritos
    .gr/gr/html/parousiaseis/imerida_1.htm

20
Recursive InterNetwork Architecture
  • John Day says we must first see the "what" and
    then proceed to "how " . If we do so, then
    TCP/IP splits the layers differently
    (horizontal split instead of vertical)), meaning
    TCP and IP should ne on the same layer mechanism
    but using diffent POLICIES. Left side is network
    ? and right side is network ? that have different
    scopes. If a an application process calls for
    connection between A and B then a new network C
    (LAYER) must be stacked over them. Network C is
    already there or created on-demand.

21
RINA
  • ??a e??a? t? LAYER ! a??? pa??e? RECURSION
    ?????ta? e???????s? t?? ea?t?? t?? µ?sa se ??a
    ?d?? LAYER ?p?te ap??p??e?ta? ? µ??a??sµ?? p?fte?
    t? ??st?? ?a? ????µe f???t?t?ta, asf??e?a, a??a?
    ???µ???s? http//csr.bu.edu/rina
    http//pouzin.pnanetworks.com/documentspublication
    s.html
  • St?? ßas???? ?????e? ????????-??????????S?
    st??eta? ?a? ? e?e???t?? Joe Touch ap? t? ISI
    d?µ?s?e???ta? t? 2011 µa?? µe t?? ?µ?da RINA t??
    J.Day t? µ??t??? DRUID http//www.isi.edu/touch/pu
    bs/comnet2011.pdf

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The ???8 model
  • Functional Prog. Paradigm inspiration (abstaction
    power, evolution logic)
  • The NET is the COMPUTER
  • Meta-systems (as reference model)
  • ?bstractions Automation-Quantum, Recursion,
    Virtual Von-Neumann Machine

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???8-RNA-RINA-DRUID
  • In http//meta-artificial.blogspot.com I
    describe how I discovered and what it means for
    me John's apocalypse . I notice that EU reseach
    shows somehow the same interest as I do
    https//tnc2011.terena.org/core/presentation/63htt
    p//www.future-internet.eu/home/future-internet-as
    sembly/budapest-may-2011.html
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