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The Biological Nervous System and IPv6 Data Communication: Innovation in Knowledge Integration

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Uploaded on Aug 4, 2011

IPv4 and its route protocol design is based on the traditional post office concept to deliver data packages, as though multiprotocol data switching (PMLS) is familiar with TNT. However, traditional mail can have long latency and plenty of routing resources. Internet data has to be alien but has limited routing resources. This Internet situation will be inherited by an IPv6 network as well, but millions of additional IP addresses. We thus need more advanced reference for IPv6 network data communication.

This presentation will base on three levels of knowledge research methodology, which initial reference sample or truth from natural environment to solve technology knowledge. Network science will assist resource-base theory to calculate possible data transmission. I assume the human body is the highest system as we know, with a nervous system responsible for transmitting data among those many millions of cells. I convert the human nerves system statement to the Internet, which can foresee the future structure of network design.

This research paper will present three levels of knowledge research methodology, (Para)sympathetic nerve network formulation or intelligent package routing, and cloud computing and structured internet.
(By: Shen Zhou: Student, Information Technology, Curtin University)

The slides for this presentation may be downloaded at: https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=ef3a19...

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