C2TCP: A Flexible Cellular TCP to Meet Stringent Delay Requirements

@article{Abbasloo2019C2TCPAF,
  title={C2TCP: A Flexible Cellular TCP to Meet Stringent Delay Requirements},
  author={Soheil Abbasloo and Yang Xu and H. J. Chao},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={2019},
  volume={37},
  pages={918-932}
}
Since, current widely available network protocols/ systems are mainly throughput-oriented designs, meeting stringent delay requirements of new applications such as virtual reality and vehicle-to-vehicle communications on cellular network requires new network protocol/system designs. C2TCP is an effort toward that new design direction. C2TCP is inspired by in-network active queue management designs such as RED and CoDel and motivated by lack of a flexible end-to-end approach which can adapt… Expand
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