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CDC
2010
IEEE
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8 years 4 months ago
Corrective consensus: Converging to the exact average
Consensus algorithms provide an elegant distributed way for computing the average of a set of measurements across a sensor network. However, the convergence of the node estimates t...
Yin Chen, Roberto Tron, Andreas Terzis, René...
ITIIS
2010
223views more  ITIIS 2010»
8 years 7 months ago
An Adaptive FEC Mechanism Using Cross-layer Approach to Enhance Quality of Video Transmission over 802.11 WLANs
Forward Error Correction (FEC) techniques have been adopted to overcome packet losses and to improve the quality of video delivery. The efficiency of the FEC has been significantl...
Longzhe Han, Sungjun Park, Seung-Seok Kang, Hoh Pe...
COMCOM
1998
74views more  COMCOM 1998»
8 years 9 months ago
Using proxies to enhance TCP performance over hybrid fiber coaxial networks
Using cable modems that operate at several hundred times the speed of conventional telephone modems, many cable operators are beginning to offer World Wide Web access and other da...
Reuven Cohen, Srinivas Ramanathan
ADHOC
2005
139views more  ADHOC 2005»
8 years 9 months ago
Improving TCP performance in ad hoc networks using signal strength based link management
Mobility in ad hoc networks causes frequent link failures, which in turn causes packet losses. TCP attributes these packet losses to congestion. This incorrect inference results i...
Fabius Klemm, Zhenqiang Ye, Srikanth V. Krishnamur...
CCR
2010
110views more  CCR 2010»
8 years 9 months ago
An improved analysis of the lossy difference aggregator
We provide a detailed analysis of the Lossy Difference Aggregator, a recently developed data structure for measuring latency in a router environment where packet losses can occur....
Hilary Finucane, Michael Mitzenmacher
NETWORKING
2004
8 years 10 months ago
Experimental Analysis of the SABUL Congestion Control Algorithm
Several new protocols such as RBUDP, User-Level UDP, Tsunami, and SABUL, have been proposed as alternatives to TCP for high speed data transfer. The purpose of this paper is to an...
Phoemphun Oothongsap, Yannis A. Viniotis, Mladen A...
MMNS
2004
81views Multimedia» more  MMNS 2004»
8 years 10 months ago
Providing Seamless Mobility with Competition based Soft Handover Management
As host mobility and radio interference in wireless networks cause packet losses and delays, it is difficult to develop useful mobile real-time media applications. This paper descr...
Johan Kristiansson, Peter Parnes
ICCCN
1998
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Distinguishing Congestion Losses from Wireless Transmission Losses : A Negative Result
TCP is a popular transport protocol used in present-day internet. When packet losses occur, TCP assumes that the packet losses are due to congestion, and responds by reducing its ...
Saad Biaz, Nitin H. Vaidya
INFOCOM
2000
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Receiver Based Management of Low Bandwidth Access Links
Abstract—In this paper, we describe a receiver based congestion control policy that leverages TCP flow control mechanisms to prioritize mixed traffic loads across access links....
Neil T. Spring, Maureen Chesire, Mark Berryman, Vi...
ISAAC
2001
Springer
116views Algorithms» more  ISAAC 2001»
9 years 1 months ago
Balanced Scheduling toward Loss-Free Packet Queuing and Delay Fairness
In current networks, packet losses can occur if routers do not provide sufficiently large buffers. This paper studies how many buffers should be provided in a router to eliminat...
Hisashi Koga
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