Service Discovery in the Homenet Environment with Multiple Connections
draft-cao-homenet-mif-srvdis-00

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Authors Zehn Cao  , Aaron Ding 
Last updated 2014-04-24 (latest revision 2013-10-21)
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Abstract

This document analyzes the problems of service discovery in a homenet multiple connection environment. A multiple connection environment consists of multiple-interfaced nodes connecting to multiple networks or multiple provisioning domains. Given a type of service a multiple-interfaced client is looking for, the discovery progress ought to return a correct pointer to the service instance that the client is able to access without trying every available channel.

Authors

Zehn Cao (zehn.cao@gmail.com)
Aaron Ding (aaron.ding@cl.cam.ac.uk)

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