A Window Flow Control Method for Volume Data Transfer to Achieve Throughput Close to Reserved Bandwidth in Diffserv AF Networks

@article{Ikeda2007AWF,
  title={A Window Flow Control Method for Volume Data Transfer to Achieve Throughput Close to Reserved Bandwidth in Diffserv AF Networks},
  author={Naoya Ikeda and Masami Noro and K.-i. Baba and Shinji Shimojo},
  journal={2007 IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Communications, Computers and Signal Processing},
  year={2007},
  pages={460-463}
}
Applications, such as grid computing, remote backup, and contents distribution, transfer bulk data over wide-area networks. These applications schedule work to satisfy the user requirements. Guaranteeing the performance of data transfer is helpful for scheduling these applications. Diffserv AF is a QoS control method that guarantees data transfer performance. However, the throughput of conventional TCPs is much lower than the reserved bandwidth in congested Diffserv AF networks. Some high-speed… CONTINUE READING
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