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By Alex Galis, Bernhard Plattner, Jonathan M. Smith, Spyros Denazis, Eckhard Moeller (auth.), Hiroshi Yasuda (eds.)

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This setup is almost exactly the same form as the Linux protocol code, but with one difference: install qp transfers the old state (the packets in the queue) to the new implementation, and thus the timing of the change is not limited to when the queue is inactive. All queue replacements are constrained to match the type of queue plugin t. While queues are now dynamically updateable, there are two basic problems. First, we needed to anticipate not just the need for the implementation to evolve, but even the form the evolution should take (that is, the interface of the queue plug-in).

A secure PLAN. In Stefan Covaci, editor, Proceedings of the First International Working Conference on Active Networks, volume 1653 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 307–314. Springer-Verlag, June 1999. 28 11. Michael Hicks, Jonathan T. Moore, D. Scott Alexander, Carl A. Gunter, and Scott Nettles. PLANet: An active internetwork. In Proceedings of the Eighteenth IEEE Computer and Communication Society INFOCOM Conference, pages 1124–1133. IEEE, March 1999. 17, 20 32 Michael Hicks and Scott Nettles 12.

Disc(x,y) represents receiving a 'disconnect' signal from terminal x to terminal y. rel(x) represents receiving a 'release' signal from terminal x. relcomp(x) represents receiving a 'release complete' signal from terminal x. Send(s,x,y) represents sending terminal y a signal 's' from terminal x. Con(x,y) represents connecting terminal x and terminal y. Disc(x,y) represents releasing a connection between terminal x and terminal y. idle(x) setup(x,y): wtalert(x,y),{Send(calp,x),Send(setupnotify,x,y)} idle(y) setupnotify(x,y): wtalert(y,x),{Send(setup,x,y)} wtalert(y,x) alert(y,x): called(y,x),{Send(alertnotify,y,x)} wtalert(x,y) alertnotify(y,x): call(x,y),{Send(alert,y,x)} called(y,x) con(y,x): talk(y,x),{Send(connotify,y,x),Send(conack,y,x)} call(x,y) connotify(y,x): talk(x,y),{Send(con,y,x),Con(x,y)} talk(x,y) disc(x,y): wtrelcomp(x),{Disc(x,y),Send(rel,x),Send(discnotify,x,y)} talk(y,x) discnotify(x,y): wtrel(y),{Send(disc,x,y)} 40 Shinichi Komatsu and Tadashi Ohta wtrel(x) rel(x): idle(x),{Send(relcomp,x)} wtrelcomp(x) relcomp(x): idle(x),{} Fig.

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