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Can New Math Speed Up The Internet?
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Zia68
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Zia68,
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8/18/2014 | 4:15:57 AM
Great initiative
Enjoyed the article and would be happy to be connected to Steinwurk and others.
MarciaNWC
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MarciaNWC,
User Rank: Strategist
8/6/2014 | 4:16:42 PM
Re: next steps
Thanks for those details Pablo. For those interested in hearing more about the technology, Aalborg's Frank Fitzek posted a video of a lecture he gave on network coding.  
Pablo Valerio
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Pablo Valerio,
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8/6/2014 | 3:22:11 PM
Re: next steps
Another group working on implementation of the technology is CodeOn, based in Cambridge, MA.

MIT's Prof. Muriel Médard has been working together with the Aalborg team and is a member of both groups.
Pablo Valerio
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Pablo Valerio,
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8/6/2014 | 2:07:00 PM
Re: next steps
Marcia, my understanding is that the group in Denmark with some colleagues from the US have started a company called "Steinwurk" to promote the technology.

Curently they have released a network coding library called Kodo, implemented in C++, which allows to implement Random Linear Network Coding Code (RLNC).

They are currently supporting multiple platforms, which can be found here:

http://buildbot.steinwurf.dk/
MarciaNWC
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MarciaNWC,
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8/6/2014 | 11:48:42 AM
next steps
Pablo, what's the next step in the process for this project? Did the group provide any details on how they hope to advance this?


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