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SIGMETRICS
1998
ACM
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On Calibrating Measurements of Packet Transit Times
We discuss the problem of detecting errors in measurements of the total delay experienced by packets transmitted through a wide-area network. We assume that we have measurements o...
Vern Paxson
COMCOM
2002
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The Cyclone Server Architecture: streamlining delivery of popular content
Abstract-We propose a new webserver architecture optimized for delivery of large, popular files. Delivery of such files currently pose a scalability problem for conventional conten...
Stanislav Rost, John W. Byers, Azer Bestavros
CCR
2004
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An analysis of TCP reset behaviour on the internet
This paper presents a one-year study of Internet packet traffic from a large campus network, showing that 15-25% of TCP connections have at least one TCP RST (reset). Similar resu...
Martin F. Arlitt, Carey L. Williamson
TMC
2008
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Throughput Analysis and Measurements in IEEE 802.11 WLANs with TCP and UDP Traffic Flows
There is a vast literature on the throughput analysis of the IEEE 802.11 media access control (MAC) protocol. However, very little has been done on investigating the interplay betw...
Raffaele Bruno, Marco Conti, Enrico Gregori
JMLR
2006
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9 years 7 months ago
On Inferring Application Protocol Behaviors in Encrypted Network Traffic
Several fundamental security mechanisms for restricting access to network resources rely on the ability of a reference monitor to inspect the contents of traffic as it traverses t...
Charles V. Wright, Fabian Monrose, Gerald M. Masso...
MASCOTS
2000
9 years 8 months ago
A Transaction-Level Tool for Predicting TCP Performance and for Network Engineering
Most network engineering tools are unsatisfactory. Measurements are not predictive, simulations do not scale, and analysis is limited to oversimplified models. To be more useful, ...
Jean C. Walrand
MASCOTS
2004
9 years 8 months ago
Modeling the Burstiness of TCP
In this paper we investigate the burstiness of the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and its impact on a network of finite TCP connections. A detailed TCP and network model is d...
Peter Dimopoulos, Panlop Zeephongsekul, Zahir Tari
SNPD
2008
9 years 8 months ago
Aggregate Congestion Control for Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Applications
Peer-to-Peer file sharing applications, which enable peers to establish multiple TCP connections between other peers to transfer data, pose new challenge to congestion control. Si...
Wei Li, Shanzhi Chen, Yaning Liu, Xin Li
INFOCOM
1998
IEEE
9 years 11 months ago
Zero Queueing Flow Control and Applications
Zero Queueing Flow Control (ZQFC) is a new creditbased flow control method for ATM networks. The receiving node of such a flow-controlled link will have zero queueoccupancy in the...
H. T. Kung, Shie Yuan Wang
INFOCOM
1998
IEEE
9 years 11 months ago
TCP Behavior of a Busy Internet Server: Analysis and Improvements
The rapid growth of the World Wide Web in recent years has caused a significant shift in the composition of Internet traffic. Although past work has studied the behavior of TCP dy...
Hari Balakrishnan, Venkata N. Padmanabhan, Sriniva...
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