Improving Content-Centric Networks Performance With Progressive, Diversity-Load Driven Caching

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Executive Summary

Today, the main usage of the Internet has become increasingly about content generation, sharing, retrieval and massive distribution. Widely used P2P applications, User-Generated Content (UGC) (e.g., Youtube, Flickr) and increasingly popular Social Networks make the Internet service model become more content-oriented than host-oriented as it has been this far. To match the Internet infrastructure to this service model, a new Internet architecture has been proposed under the generic name of Content-Centric networking (CCN, see also Nameddata Networking or NDN).

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