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Applying Wavelet De-noising to Improve TCP Throughput in AQM queues with Existence of Unresponsive Traffic

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Applying Wavelet De-noising to Improve TCP Throughput in AQM queues with Existence of Unresponsive Traffic
Abstract-- in the current Internet, congestion control is performed jointly by the end systems running the TCP protocol and by routers running Active Queue Management (AQM) algorithms. Due to the TCP protocol's AIMD congestion control algorithm and its round trip time delay to react to packet losses, it is very hard to maintain high TCP throughput with a low packet loss rate in routers. In addition, unresponsive traffic, such as short HTTP sessions, do not react to AQM packet loss/marks. Hence, these unresponsive traffic may cause high packet loss in the AQM queues due to its high bursts. In this paper, we provide a solution to identify unresponsive traffic in AQM queues that does not need packet header examination. In our solution, periodic features of TCP traffic due to its AIMD behavior is first estimated in the mixed incoming traffic. We then design a wavelet de-noising filter to separate the high bursts in unresponsive traffic from the TCP traffic and allow those bursts to by...
Yi Pan, Wei K. Tsai, Tatsuya Suda
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICCCN
Authors Yi Pan, Wei K. Tsai, Tatsuya Suda
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