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KAISER, Daniel, Matthias FRATZ, Marcel WALDVOGEL, Valentin DIETRICH, Holger STRITTMATTER, 2014. Stateless DNS

@techreport{Kaiser2014State-30298, series={Distributed Systems Group Technical Report}, title={Stateless DNS}, year={2014}, number={KN-2014-DiSy-004}, author={Kaiser, Daniel and Fratz, Matthias and Waldvogel, Marcel and Dietrich, Valentin and Strittmatter, Holger} }

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