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ISCC
2007
IEEE
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12 years 6 months ago
Head-to-Tail: Managing Network Load through Random Delay Increase
Window-based congestion control is typically based on exhausting bandwidth capacity, which occasionally leads to transient congestion. Moreover, flow synchronization may deteriora...
Stylianos Dimitriou, Vassilis Tsaoussidis
JCM
2006
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11 years 12 months ago
A Premium Traffic Management in DiffServ Through End-to-End Delay Budget Partitioning
Our novel Call Admission Control (CAC) scheme [1], [2] determines the number of Expedited Forwarding (EF) (Premium) flows accepted, based on e2e available bandwidth measurement. Ho...
Hamada Alshaer, Eric Horlait
AINA
2005
IEEE
12 years 5 months ago
Improving End-to-End Performance by Active Queue Management
Active queue management (AQM) schemes have motivated many researchers to investigate more effective methods to control network congestion. Most AQM schemes are evaluated by their ...
Chin-Fu Ku, Sao-Jie Chen, Jan-Ming Ho, Ray-I Chang
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