Tetrys, an On-the-Fly Network Coding protocol

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This document describes Tetrys, an On-The-Fly Network Coding (NC) protocol that can be used to transport delay and loss sensitive data over a lossy network. Tetrys can recover from erasures within a RTT- independent delay, thanks to the transmission of coded packets. It can be used for both unicast, multicast and anycast communications.


jonathan.detchart@isae.fr (jonathan.detchart@isae.fr)
Emmanuel Lochin (emmanuel.lochin@isae.fr)
Jerome Lacan (jerome.lacan@isae.fr)
Vincent Roca (vincent.roca@inria.fr)

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