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TCP-Illinois: a loss and delay-based congestion control algorithm for high-speed networks

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TCP-Illinois: a loss and delay-based congestion control algorithm for high-speed networks
— We introduce a new congestion control algorithm for high speed networks, called TCP-Illinois. TCP-Illinois uses packet loss information to determine whether the window size should be increased or decreased, and uses queueing delay information to determine the amount of increment or decrement. TCP-Illinois achieves high throughput, allocates the network resource fairly, and is incentive compatible with standard TCP. We also build a new stochastic matrix model, capturing standard TCP and TCP-Illinois as special cases, and use this model to analyze their fairness properties for both synchronized and unsynchronized backoff behaviors. We finally perform simulations to demonstrate the performance of TCPIllinois.
Shao Liu, Tamer Basar, R. Srikant
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where VALUETOOLS
Authors Shao Liu, Tamer Basar, R. Srikant
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