A non-feedback congestion control framework for high-speed data networks

@inproceedings{Kim1996ANC,
  title={A non-feedback congestion control framework for high-speed data networks},
  author={Hyogon Kim},
  year={1996}
}
All congestion control schemes for non-real-time data traffic are based on feedback control. But continuing bandwidth increases with the emergence of high-speed networking makes feedback control increasingly inappropriate, because of large relative propagation delay, and the stability requirement of delayed feedback control dictates that congestion control schemes will stay conservative in high-speed networks, prohibiting a source from exploiting large bandwidth aggressively. This inefficiency… CONTINUE READING

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