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[tor-talk] Fwd: Adaptive Echo (AE) Routing & Alibi Routing

> Hello,


> for your further research: reports about Geo Location Routing


> https://alibi.cs.umd.edu/

> http://www.heise.de/tr/artikel/Surfen-mit-Alibi-2806120.html



> could add or compare and give credit/reference, that this is already
invented and is called Adaptive Echo (AE) Routing:

> The Echo Tokens (instead of the token example "white pebbles") can be
*geographical location numbers*, e.g. Token "39.9522229,-75.1954024"

> for University of Pennsylvania. All traffic within the echo protocoll
tagged with this Geo-Token will be only passed along p2p nodes,

> which know the Geo-Info.


> Adaptive Echo Routing Graphic:



> Description of Adaptive Echo Routing



> Node Installation for Testings:

> http://sourceforge.net/projects/spot-on/files/


> Interesting, to merge the further ideas, as the echo protocol offers
encypted routing.

July 13, 2014: Adaptive Echo Release, and SIGCOMM â15, August 17â21, 2015,
London, United Kingdom

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