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By Syed Hassan Ahmed, Safdar Hussain Bouk, Dongkyun Kim

This e-book introduces Content-Centric Networking (CCN), a networking paradigm that gives an easy and powerful way to the tough calls for of destiny stressed and instant communications. It offers an outline of the new advancements within the zone of destiny web applied sciences, bringing jointly the developments which were made in Information-Centric Networking (ICN) regularly, with a spotlight on CCN.

It starts off with an advent to the fundamentals of CCN is through an outline of the present web paradigm and its demanding situations. subsequent, an program viewpoint has been incorporated, the place the authors surround the chosen purposes for CCN with contemporary refereed examine and advancements. those purposes contain web of items (IoT), shrewdpermanent Grid, Vehicular advert hoc Networks (VANETs), and instant Sensor Networks (WSNs).

The booklet is an invaluable reference resource for practicing researchers, and will be used as helping fabric for undergraduate and graduate point classes in desktop technological know-how and electric engineering.

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Abidi A, Gammar SM, Kamoun F, Dabbous W, Thierry T (2014) Towards a new internetworking architecture: a new deployment approach for information centric networks. In: Distributed Computing and Networking, pp 519–524. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg 37. Kim D-H, Kim J-H, Kim Y-S, Yoon H-S, Yeom I (2015) End-to-end mobility support in content centric networks. Int J Commun Syst 28(6):1151–1167 38. Zhang L, Afanasyev A, Burke J, Jacobson V, Crowley P, Papadopoulos C, Wang L, Zhang B (2014) Named data networking.

Along with these two messages, some data structures are maintained at each node to properly forward interest data messages in the network including pending interest table (PIT), forwarding information base (FIB), and the content store (CS). The consumer node sends the interest message if it requires any content, and the provider node replies with the data message with the content or a fragment of the content. The interest message contains the content name and other information to properly identify (not locate) the content.

In addition, each node along the data path can cache a copy of the data. Caching Caching is one of the major advantages of the ICN architectures [11]. Caching the content in the CS of a node is analogous to the buffer memory in IP routers; however, the IP routers cannot reuse the data packet after forwarding. However, in NDN the storage of packets is possible at each NDN node, thus allowing the node to satisfy any future request for the particular data. In addition, as the content name does not contain any information of the user, thus making the users more secure.

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