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Honors College Thesis
This thesis will develop methods for comparing NORM protocol in unicast mode to TCP by simulating high performance network communication between Android tablets and high frequency application servers. Since mobile network conditions vary based on service provider or tower distance, we will test over a wide range of network conditions such as high delay or high loss, as well as high chances of packet corruption or duplication. We want to maximize speed of data delivery without sacrificing the integrity of the data. The methods used will be generically applicable to multiple operating system platforms and will be cross-platform compatible.
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Wolfe, Brandon L., "High Performance Network Communication between High Frequency Application Servers and Android Tablets" (2013). Honors Theses. 170.