Date of Award

Spring 5-2016

Embargo Period

3-9-2017

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Information Networking Institute

Advisor(s)

Peter Steenkiste

Abstract

The World Wide Web (WWW) has arguably been the most popular application of the Internet for years. Over a period of time, it has developed over the principles of host-centric IP internet. However, the limitations of today's host-centric IP internet have motivated many future internet architectures that are centered around alternate principals such as content and services. In this thesis, we study the WWW and propose features needed by such clean slate future internet architectures that can benefit the WWW.

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