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INFOCOM
2003
IEEE
10 years 2 days ago
Responding to Spurious Timeouts in TCP
- Delays on Internet paths, especially including wireless links, can be highly variable. On the other hand, a current trend for modern TCPs is to deploy a fine-grain retransmission...
Andrei Gurtov, Reiner Ludwig
CN
2004
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9 years 6 months ago
Considering spurious timeout in proxy for improving TCP performance in wireless networks
In this paper, we introduce a new proxy that effectively prevents unnecessary retransmissions of Transmission Control Protocol data segments from flowing over a wireless link on a...
Yu-Chul Kim, Dong-Ho Cho
IFIP
2001
Springer
9 years 11 months ago
Effect of Delays on TCP Performance
: This paper has several contributions. First, we report that long sudden delays during data transfers are not uncommon in the GPRS wireless WAN. Long sudden delays can lead to spu...
Andrei Gurtov
IPCCC
2005
IEEE
10 years 12 days ago
DualRTT: detecting spurious timeouts in wireless mobile environments
Abstract— Retransmission ambiguity, arising from delay spikes in a wireless mobile environment, results in poor TCP performance. Eifel improves the performance of TCP by using th...
Shaojian Fu, Mohammed Atiquzzaman
CCR
2000
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9 years 6 months ago
The Eifel algorithm: making TCP robust against spurious retransmissions
We propose an enhancement to TCP's error recovery scheme, which we call the Eifel algorithm. It eliminates the retransmission ambiguity, thereby solving the problems caused b...
Reiner Ludwig, Randy H. Katz
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