System For Distributing Nameless Objects Using Self-certifying Names

Abstract

A content replication system can cache nameless Content Object across multiple replica servers in a Content Centric Network (CCN). During operation, a CCN client can obtain a nameless Content Object from one or more content-hosting services by disseminating an Interest for a data collection, and receives a Content Object that includes a manifest for the data collection. The manifest can include Content Object hash (COH) values for a set of other Content Objects of the data collection. The client then determines a name prefix for a content-hosting service that hosts the data collection, and generates another Interest for a Content Object of the data collection. This Interest's name includes the name prefix for the content-hosting service, and also includes a COH value for the respective Content Object. The client disseminates the new Interest over CCN to obtain the respective Content Object of the data collection.


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  • Publication: Jan 3, 2017
  • Application: Jul 21, 2014
    US US 201414337026 A
  • Priority: Jul 21, 2014
    US US 201414337026 A

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