Manpreet Singh

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It is well-known that TCP Reno represents a performance bottleneck as the delay-bandwidth product increases. On high-bandwidth-delay links, the additive increase policy of one packet every RTT necessitates thousands of RTTs to reach full link utilization. This severely affects short TCP flows (most of the flows in the internet) as they cannot acquire(More)
Network-based applications have evolved from simple web browsing to complex commercial transactions. This evolution has made a clear case for network QoS mechanisms, since the delays seen on the network often form the major component of an end-user's perceived delay. The key challenge in providing network QoS is the distributed and decentralized nature of(More)
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