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Modeling the Adoption of New Network Architectures

Author:  Joseph, Dilip Antony,Author, Stoica, Ion, Author
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Description:  We propose an economic model based on user utility to study the adoption of new network architectures such as IPv6. We use analysis and simulation studies to understand the role of various factors such as user and network benefits, switching costs, and the existence of converters on new network architecture adoption. We find that carefully engineered converters, that offer a new network architecture user with partial benefits of the existing network architecture, hasten the adoption of the new network architecture
Abstract:  We propose an economic model based on user utility to study the adoption of new network architectures such as IPv6. We use analysis and simulation studies to understand the role of various factors such as user and network benefits, switching costs, and the existence of converters on new network architecture adoption. We find that carefully engineered converters, that offer a new network architecture user with partial benefits of the existing network architecture, hasten the adoption of the new network architecture
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Relation:  EECS,title
Language:  eng
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Identifier:  EECS-2007-41,identifier