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TON
2010
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Distributed algorithms for minimum cost multicast with network coding
— We adopt the network coding approach to achieve minimum-cost multicast in interference-limited wireless networks where link capacities are functions of the signal-to-noise-plus...
Yufang Xi, Edmund M. Yeh
NEW2AN
2010
Springer
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Heuristic Congestion Control for Message Deletion in Delay Tolerant Network
Delay tolerant network (DTN) challenges on large delay of communication, opportunistic and intermittent connectivity so that data can be transferred over vulnerable network. Most r...
Lertluck Leela-amornsin, Hiroshi Esaki
INFOCOM
2010
IEEE
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Value-aware Resource Allocation for Service Guarantees in Networks
—The traditional formulation of the total value of information transfer is a multi-commodity flow problem. Here, each data source is seen as generating a commodity along a fixe...
Parimal Parag, Srinivas Shakkottai, Jean-Fran&cced...
TELSYS
2002
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A Receiver-Driven Transport Protocol for the Web
Abstract. In this paper, we present a receiver-oriented, request/response protocol for the Web that is compatible with the dynamics of TCP's congestion control algorithm. The ...
Rajarshi Gupta, Mike Y. Chen, Steven McCanne, Jean...
SOFTWARE
2002
10 years 11 months ago
Overview of Fuzzy-RED in Diff-Serv Networks
The rapid growth of the Internet and increased demand to use the Internet for time-sensitive voice and video applications necessitate the design and utilization of new Internet arc...
Loukas Rossides, Chrysostomos Chrysostomou, Andrea...
NGC
2002
Springer
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Multicast Congestion Control with Distrusted Receivers
Congestion control protocols rely on receivers to support fair bandwidth sharing. However, a receiver has incentives to elicit self-beneficial bandwidth allocations and hence may ...
Sergey Gorinsky, Sugat Jain, Harrick M. Vin
JACM
2002
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Understanding TCP Vegas: a duality model
We view congestion control as a distributed primal
Steven H. Low, Larry L. Peterson, Limin Wang
CORR
1998
Springer
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TCP Trunking
TCP trunking is a novel way of applying TCP congestion control to bandwidth management of aggregate traffic. This is accomplished by setting up a separate TCP connection to probe ...
H. T. Kung, S. Y. Wang
DEDS
2002
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Perturbation Analysis for Stochastic Fluid Queueing Systems
Recent study for congestion control in high speed networks indicates that the derivative information for the congestion at the common buffer for multiple sources could be useful i...
Yong Liu, Weibo Gong
CN
2004
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Scalable service differentiation using purely end-to-end mechanisms: features and limitations
Abstract-We investigate schemes for achieving service differentiation via weighted end-to-end congestion control mechanisms within the framework of the additive increase/multiplica...
Thyagarajan Nandagopal, Kang-Won Lee, Jia-Ru Li, V...
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