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8. References

8. References
[1] David Reeves Boggs. Internet Broadcasting. Ph.D. Th., Stanford University, January 1982.
[2] D.D. Clark, K.T. Pogran, and D.P. Reed. "An Introduction to Local Area Networks". Proc. IEEE 66, 11, pp1497-1516, 1978.
[3] Yogan Kantilal Dalal. Broadcast Protocols in Packet Switched Computer Networks. Ph.D. Th., Stanford University, April 1977.
[4] Yogan K. Dalal and Robert M. Metcalfe. "Reverse Path Forwarding of Broadcast Packets". Comm. ACM 21, 12, pp1040-1048, December 1978.
[5] The Ethernet, A Local Area Network: Data Link Layer and Physical Layer Specifications. Version 1.0, Digital Equipment Corporation, Intel, Xerox, September 1980.
[6] Robert Gurwitz and Robert Hinden. IP - Local Area Network Addressing Issues. IEN-212, Bolt Beranek and Newman, September 1982.
[7] R.M. Metcalfe and D.R. Boggs. "Ethernet: Distributed Packet Switching for Local Computer Networks". Comm. ACM 19, 7, pp395-404, July 1976. Also CSL-75-7, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, reprinted in CSL-80-2.
[8] Jeffrey Mogul. Internet Subnets. RFC-917, Stanford University, October 1984.
[9] Jeffrey Mogul. Broadcasting Internet Packets in the Presence of Subnets. RFC-922, Stanford University, October 1984.
[10] David A. Moon. Chaosnet. A.I. Memo 628, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, June 1981.
[11] William W. Plummer. Internet Broadcast Protocols. IEN-10, Bolt Beranek and Newman, March 1977.
[12] David Plummer. An Ethernet Address Resolution Protocol. RFC-826, Symbolics, September 1982.
[13] Jon Postel. Internet Protocol. RFC 791, ISI, September 1981.
[14] David W. Wall. Mechanisms for Broadcast and Selective Broadcast. Ph.D. Th., Stanford University, June 1980.
[15] David W. Wall and Susan S. Owicki. Center-based Broadcasting. Computer Systems Lab Technical Report TR189, Stanford University, June 1980.


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