AFEC: An Adaptive Forward Error Correction Protocol for End-to-End Transport of Real-Time Traffic

@inproceedings{Park1998AFECAA,
  title={AFEC: An Adaptive Forward Error Correction Protocol for End-to-End Transport of Real-Time Traffic},
  author={Kihong Park and Wei Wang},
  booktitle={ICCCN},
  year={1998}
}
This paper presents an adaptive protocol for packet-level forward error correction in dynamic networks. The objective is to facilitate end-to-end transport of real-time traac whose timing constraints rule out the use of retransmission-based congestion control and quality of service (QoS) provision schemes. The degree of redundancy injected into the network is adjusted as a function of network state, decreasing when the network is well-behaved and increasing when it is not. The control problem… CONTINUE READING
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