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TCP-probing: towards an error control schema with energy and throughput performance gains
  • V. Tsaoussidis, H. Badr
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings International Conference on Network…
  • 14 November 2000
TLDR
In this work we propose "grafting" two components of strategic significance onto standard TCP: a probing mechanism and an immediate recovery strategy. Expand
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Exploiting the efficiency and fairness potential of AIMD-based congestion avoidance and control
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We exploit here a property of AIMD-based data sources to share common knowledge, yet in a distributed manner; we use this as our departing point to achieve better efficiency and faster convergence to fairness. Expand
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Open issues on TCP for mobile computing
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We identify three shortcomings in TCP''s behavior: (i) the protocol''s error detection mechanism, which does not distinguish different types of errors and thus does not suffice for heterogeneous wired/wireless environments, (ii) the error recovery, which is not responsive to the distinctive characteristics of wireless networks such as transient or burst errors. Expand
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Deep-Space Transport Protocol: A novel transport scheme for Space DTNs
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The Delay-/Disruption-Tolerant Networking Architecture calls for new design principles that will govern data transmission and retransmission scheduling over challenged environments. Expand
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DS-TP: Deep-Space Transport Protocol
We present deep-space transport protocol (DS- TP), a new reliable protocol for deep-space communication links. DS-TP's main advantage is its ability to complete file transfers faster thanExpand
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TCP-Real: receiver-oriented congestion control
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We introduce a receiver-oriented approach to congestion control, demonstrated by an experimental protocol, TCP-Real. Expand
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TCP-real: improving real-time capabilities of TCP over heterogeneous networks
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We present a TCP-compatible and -friendly protocol which abolishes thr ee major shortfalls of TCP for reliable multimedia applications over heterogeneous networks: (i) ineffective bandwidth utilization, (ii) unnecessary congestion-oriented responses to wireless link errors. Expand
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SSVP: A congestion control scheme for real-time video streaming
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We present a new end-to-end protocol, namely Scalable Streaming Video Protocol (SSVP), which operates on top of UDP and is optimized for unicast video streaming applications. Expand
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Differentiating Services with Noncongestive Queuing (NCQ)
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We discuss a new packet service paradigm, called "Less Impact Better Servicerdquo (LIBS), which is realized through a novel queuing discipline, called Noncongestive Queuing (NCQ). Expand
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The TCP Minimum RTO Revisited
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We re-examine the two reasons for the conservative 1-second Minimum TCP-RTO to protect against spurious timeouts: i) the OS clock granularity and ii) the Delayed ACKs. We find that reason (i) is canceled in modern OSs; we carefully design a mechanism to deal with reason (ii). Expand
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