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Myths about Congestion Management in High Speed Networks
Weaknesses in several recently proposed ideas about congestion control and avoidance in high-speed netwroks are identified. Both sides of the debate concerning prior reservation of...
Raj Jain
ICNP
2009
IEEE
11 years 7 months ago
A Mismatch Controller for Implementing High-Speed Rate-based Transport Protocols
End-to-end rate-based congestion control algorithms are advocated for audio/video transport over the Internet instead of window-based protocols. Once the congestion controller has ...
Luca De Cicco, Saverio Mascolo
ISCC
2007
IEEE
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12 years 4 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
SIGMETRICS
1997
ACM
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12 years 1 months ago
Queue Management for Explicit Rate Based Congestion Control
Rate based congestion control has been considered desirable, both to deal with the high bandwidth-delay products of today's high speed networks, and to match the needs of eme...
Qingming Ma, K. K. Ramakrishnan
HPCA
2011
IEEE
11 years 1 months ago
A new server I/O architecture for high speed networks
Traditional architectural designs are normally focused on CPUs and have been often decoupled from I/O considerations. They are inefficient for high-speed network processing with a...
Guangdeng Liao, Xia Znu, Laxmi N. Bhuyan
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