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JCC
2007
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11 years 11 months ago
Speeding up parallel GROMACS on high-latency networks
: We investigate the parallel scaling of the GROMACS molecular dynamics code on Ethernet Beowulf clusters and what prerequisites are necessary for decent scaling even on such clust...
Carsten Kutzner, David van der Spoel, Martin Fechn...
ICNP
2003
IEEE
12 years 4 months ago
Improving TCP Startup Performance Using Active Measurements: Algorithm and Evaluation
TCP Slow Start exponentially increases the congestion window size to detect the proper congestion window for a network path. This often results in signi´Čücant packet loss, while ...
Ningning Hu, Peter Steenkiste
MMNS
2000
101views Multimedia» more  MMNS 2000»
12 years 28 days ago
Traffic Management in Isochronets Networks
: This paper presents an evaluation of a traffic management mechanism for high speed networks called RDMA (Route Division Multiple Access), developed as part of the Isochronets, a ...
Kelvin Lopes Dias, José Augusto Suruagy Mon...
CCR
2010
179views more  CCR 2010»
11 years 11 months ago
An argument for increasing TCP's initial congestion window
TCP flows start with an initial congestion window of at most four segments or approximately 4KB of data. Because most Web transactions are short-lived, the initial congestion wind...
Nandita Dukkipati, Tiziana Refice, Yuchung Cheng, ...

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13 years 10 months ago
Adaptive Multilevel Early Congestion Notification
We propose Adaptive Multi-level ECN, a new TCP congestion scheme as an extension to Multi-level Explicit Congestion Notification (MECN). MECN algo- rithm allows network operators t...
A. Durresi, M. Sridharan, Raj Jain
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