Internet Classfication

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Authors Chen Li  , Ying Cheng  , Tao Peng  , Xiaolin Song  , John Strassner 
Last updated 2017-09-14 (latest revision 2017-03-13)
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Intent is an abstract high-level policy used to operate the network RFC 7575 [RFC7575]. Intent management system includes an interface for users to input requests and an engine to manage the requests. Up to now, there is no commonly agreed interface or model of intent. This document describes different ways to classify intent, and an associated taxonomy of this classification.


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