[At-Large] Fw: Internet Traffic Exchanges - A Very Successful Model
pranesh at cis-india.org
Thu Oct 25 12:04:50 UTC 2012
Ma et al. — and a number of others too — have been looking inefficiencies
in current peering and transit models (especially ISPs using
self-interested routing mechanisms such as using the hot-potato algorithm,
because the cost of doing so do not result in profit, though it benefits
the system as a whole).
Ma et al.
"Internet Economics: The Use of Shapley Value for ISP Settlement"
Ma et al.
"On cooperative settlement between content, transit, and eyeball internet
Cheung et al.
"Can bilateral ISP peering lead to network-wide cooperative settlement"
Mycek et al.
"Cooperative multi-provider routing optimization and income distribution"
Carlton Samuels [2012-10-24 23:18]:
> ....peering agreements are instituted on a handshake.
> This should be of interest in areas of the world where the challenge to
> Internet for the many is access...and the [direct and indirect] costs of
> It makes the case for IXPs and their widespread proliferation. This is not
> to say there aren't increasingly contentious challenges on the horizon...
> - Carlton
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