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An Algorithm to Improve Performance over Multihop Wireless Mesh Network

@article{Chokhandre2013AnAT,
  title={An Algorithm to Improve Performance over Multihop Wireless Mesh Network},
  author={Sumedha Chokhandre and Urmila Shrawankar},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1305.2837}
}
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is the dominant reliable transport protocol utilized in the Internet. Improving the performance of TCP associated with the presence of multi-hop is one of the research challenges in wireless mesh networks. Wireless mesh networks have large round trip time variations and these variations are dependent on the number of hops. In wireless mesh network, when congestion loss and wireless loss are co-existed the number of packets dropped increases and will have… 

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