On 2/3/10 7:31 PM, "Noel Chiappa" <j...@mercury.lcs.mit.edu> wrote:

> Someone pointed out to me that although I've been using the terms CEE and CES
> as synonomous for the terms 'host-centric' and 'edge-centric' (and
> 'network-centric' completes the list), that for others they seemingly aren't
> exactly synonomous, but subtly different.
> Can someone confirm this, and explain what the differences are?
> I'll be using 'host-centric', etc from now on. My apologies if I have
> inadvertently caused any confusion by using them as synonyms for
> 'host-centric'
> and 'edge-centric'.

To me, CES seemed to be 'map-and-encap' and CEE was 'everything else'.

While that's certainly a distinction, it's clearly not the only one and
perhaps not the optimally constructive one.


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