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3 0 4 2 6 1 5 7 Data Worm Header Bit String Node/Switch ID (showing portswith + Tag Bit destinations) Destination Source (a) (b) Fig. 2. a The path followed by a sample worm, and b the format of a multidesti- nation packet header under the MPM-SSR scheme. 1 Encoding and Decoding Multidestination Headers Before presenting the multinomial tree based algorithm for performing multicast to arbitrary destination sets, we rst present a simple method for encoding and decoding the headers of the multidestination worms of the MPM-SSR scheme.
Since oblivious routers have no adaptivity, they perform poorly in congested networks and fail when faults are present in the network. Minimal adaptive routers are more complex than oblivious designs, but can achieve higher throughputs, even with small amounts of congestion. Minimal adaptive algorithms provide some fault-tolerance, though they rarely provide in-order delivery since the exibility in route selection allows messages to pass one another. Minimal adaptive algorithms often su er from severe throughput degradation in heavy congestion.
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