@techreport{TD:75KS2F,
	att_abstract={{Multicast is an approach that uses network and server resources  efficiently to distribute information to groups. As networks evolve to  become information-centric, users will increasingly demand  publish-subscribe based access to fine-grained information, and multicast  will need to evolve to (i) manage an increasing number of groups, with a  distinct group for each piece of distributable content; (ii) support  persistent group membership, as group activity can vary over time, with  intense activity at some times, and infrequent (but still critical)  activity at others. These requirements raise scalability challenges that  are not met by today's multicast techniques. }},
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	att_url={http://web1.research.att.com:81/techdocs_downloads/TD:75KS2F_DS1_2010-08-18T17:15:37.374Z.pdf},
	author={Kadangode Ramakrishnan and Divesh Srivastava and Michael Rabinovich and Yin Zhang and Tae Won Cho},
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	month={July},
	title={{Multicast architecture with adaptive dual-state}},
	year=2007,
}