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Title: Student-FRIEndly extension to the TCP/IP protocol Suite
Language: English
Authors: Kuladinithi, Koojana  
Udugama, Asanga 
Keywords: April Fools Day
Issue Date: 1-Apr-2021
Abstract (english): 
Protocols of the TCP/IP protocol suite were designed solely to adapt to the technical changes in networks and devices, leaving out users' feelings. COVID-19 pandemic has shown us the necessity of including mechanisms in TCP/IP to support the context-sensitive human thought process, especially to serve pupils and students. This memo describes the student-FRIEndly TCP/IP protocol Suite (FRIES) that caters to the quick adaptation of TCP/IP to serve students in a virtual context. This mode of operation should not be used in physically present meetings (e.g., lectures or oral examinations), as the protocol behavior does not match with the actual activities or expressions.
FRIES is a highly deployable protocol extension, maintaining backward compatibility with the current TCP/IP stack.
DOI: 10.15480/882.3409
Document Type: Other
License: In Copyright In Copyright
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