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SMAPP : Towards Smart Multipath TCP-enabled APPlications

Bibliographic reference Hesmans, Benjamin ; Detal, Gregory ; Barré, Sébastien ; Bauduin, Raphaël ; Bonaventure, Olivier. SMAPP : Towards Smart Multipath TCP-enabled APPlications.CoNEXT ’15 (Heidelberg, du 01/12/2015 au 04/12/2015). In: CoNEXT ’15, 2015
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