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His research interests focus on end-to-end issues in computer networks and systems built around networks. Peterson received a PhD in computer science from Purdue University. edu. Scott Shenker is a professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley. His research interests include Internet architecture, distributed systems, and game theory. Shenker received a PhD in physics from the University of Chicago. edu. Jonathan Turner is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Washington University.

Central to our proposal is the concept that virtualization—as used in virtual memory, virtual machines, and elsewhere—is nothing more than a high-level abstraction that hides the underlying implementation details. With virtualization, nodes can treat an overlay as if it is the native network, and multiple overlays can simultaneously use the same underlying overlay infrastructure. Both aspects of virtualization are crucial to our virtual testbed proposal. PHYSICAL TESTBEDS AND OVERLAYS Before they can even consider deployment of a proposed architecture, researchers must adequately evaluate it.

EcoLab—a virtual scientific research laboratory that geographically dispersed ecologists will use to efficiently publish, share, manage, and exploit distributed resources including computing power, data, information, and knowledge on a large P2P network. It will feed users’ requirements back, thereby helping to improve both platforms and domain applications. After developing and deploying Imagine-Run and Imagine-Research, we will use these as platforms to test and improve various technologies and software, and to extend the Imagine-Framework to different types of large-scale dynamic networks.

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