Jan 1, 1964
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One in a series of eleven Memoranda detailing the Distributed Adaptive Message Block Network, a proposed digital data communications system based on a distributed network concept. It describes preliminary computer simulation of a message routing scheme investigated as part of a study of ways of reducing the vulnerability of command and control communications networks. This routing doctrine, referred to as the “hot-potato” switching doctrine, differs from normal store-and-forward switching in that it permits an apparent real-time transmission of data even though it itself uses store-and-forward techniques.
The Simulated Network HTML
Description of the Program: Subroutines HTML
Time Scale and Scaling Factors HTML
Determination of Learning Time HTML
Determination of Traffic Handling Capacity HTML
Determination of Path Length HTML
Sample Output HTML
Program Listing HTML
List of Publications in the Series HTML