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HTTP-MPLEX

From: Robert Mattson <R.Mattson@latrobe.edu.au>
Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2009 17:29:32 +1000
Message-ID: <ECDC314DC0401D44898A14B6E61D963C09BFDE4A@EXCHANGE.ltu.edu.au>
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Dear Firefox, Squid, Apache and W3 communities,

Apologies for cross-posting, hopefully at the end of this email it will
be understood that it is not my intention to annoy people. 

My recent PhD research focused on improving page and object retrieval
performance in the context of a congested network and a significant part
of this research was the development of HTTP-MPLEX. I would like to let
the word out about this protocol. The protocol is designed to improve
page and object retrieval time in bandwidth asymmetric (ADSL) network
environments, which are common in Australia. HTTP-MPLEX is based on HTTP
and is designed to be both transparent and backwards compatible.

At this time, all of my work on HTTP-MPLEX is in the public domain and
links to the individual publications are listed on my homepage [1]. Of
the documents available, the most current/up-to-date work is my PhD
thesis.

As my candidature is now over, I'm hoping that some value can be found
in this work by the Internet community.

Sincerely,
Rob Mattson

[1] - http://www.mattson.com.au/robert/index.php?Menu=Research

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