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The performance of algorithms with K=2 Topology Optimal Time Consumption(ms) Ratio (%) 10*10 Grid network 89.22% 187ms FatTree with n=8,m=4 86.21% 15ms Any-to-Any network with 100 nodes 92.35% 188ms m*n Leaf-Spine network with m=10,n=20 95.22% 156ms Polska 91.83% 5ms NSFNet 98.84% 5ms Table 2.
(170) Perhaps more important, NSFNet had a hierarchical
(3) See e.g., Frischmann, supra note 2, at 16 (discussing the role of the NSFNET in the commercialization of the internet); see also Leiner, supra note 2 (outlining the historical events leading to the commercialization and globalization of the internet).
The comparison is performed for three scenarios that differs among themselves in terms of the used routes as well as the network traffic parameters ([[lambda].sub.sd] and F), such as shown in Table 1 and Table 2, for NSFNet and EON, respectively.
The bulk of the $100 billion costs for extending the commercial Internet, with NSFNET infrastructure fully privatized in 1995, to every American would be borne by telecommunications firms incentivized by deregulation.
Esta red se convertiria posteriormente en NSFNet (National Science Foundation Network).
In 1988, NSFNET only connected users in the United States, France, and Canada, but ten to twelve countries were added each of the next five years, with the pace quickening to twenty-one in 1994.
Sanal dunyanin kurulusuna hizmet etmis olan ARPANET'in bir taraftan yavasladigi icin, diger taraftan super bilgisayarlardan olusan NSFNET (National Science Foundation Network) gibi aglarin kurulmasi sebebiyle 1990'da butun yukubaska omurgalara devredilerek, islevine son verildi.
On the proposed NSFNET topology, all of the switches assumed to have full-splitting capability.
Robert Vietzke: If you go back to the birth of the commercial internet, where the government agencies--the defense industry and the NSFNET, allowed the research network to spin out to be commercial, well, in this case, the leading research universities--26 of them--met in a basement room in Chicago, and founded Internet2 to make sure there was always an organization available to build leading-edge Internet technologies that would always be a step ahead of the commercial Internet.