Masaki Miyabayashi

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As the use of real-time multimedia applications increases, bandwidth available to TCP connections is oppressed by “greedy” UDP traffic and their performance extremely deteriorates. In order that both TCP and UDP sessions fairly co-exist in the Internet, UDP sessions should properly react against congestion as TCP. In this work, we implement a “TCP-friendly”(More)
It is widely known that network bandwidth is easily monopolized by distributed multimedia applications due to their greedy UDP traffic. In this paper, we propose TCP-friendly MPEG-4 video transfer methods which enable realtime video applications to fairly shares the bandwidth with conventional TCP data applications. We consider how video applications should(More)
When a considerable amount of UDP traffic is injected into the Internet by distributed multimedia applications, it is easily driven congested. Consequently, bandwidth available to TCP connections is oppressed and their performance significantly deteriorates. In order that both multimedia applications and TCP-based ones fairly co-exist in the Internet, it(More)
As the use of real-time multimedia applications increases, a considerable amount of “greedy” UDP traffic would easily dominate network bandwidth and packet loss. As a result, bandwidth available to TCP connections is oppressed and their performance extremely deteriorates. In order that both TCP and UDP sessions fairly co-exist in the Internet, it is vital(More)
With the proliferation of real-time multimedia applications, bandwidth available to TCP connections is oppressed by “greedy” UDP traffic and the performance of TCP connections extremely deteriorates. In order that both TCP and UDP sessions fairly co-exist in the Internet, UDP sessions should react properly against congestion as TCP does. In this thesis, we(More)
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