Application layer framing
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This procedure was first proposed by D. D. Clark and D. L. Tennenhouse. It works as follows:
- The application splits the data into useful segments.
- These segments are called ADUs (application data units).
- The ADUs can be processed in any order.
- The lower layers keep the ADU borders.
The real-time protocol (RTP) is an example of where the semantics of the real-time application are used to segment the data.
- Clark, D. D. and Tennenhouse, D. L. (1990). Architectural considerations for a new generation of protocols. In: ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review archive Volume 20, Issue 4 (September 1990), Pages 200 - 208, ISSN 0146-4833.
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