CUBIC: a new TCP-friendly high-speed TCP variant

@article{Ha2008CUBICAN,
  title={CUBIC: a new TCP-friendly high-speed TCP variant},
  author={Sangtae Ha and Injong Rhee and Lisong Xu},
  journal={Operating Systems Review},
  year={2008},
  volume={42},
  pages={64-74}
}
CUBIC is a congestion control protocol for TCP (transmission control protocol) and the current default TCP algorithm in Linux. The protocol modifies the linear window growth function of existing TCP standards to be a cubic function in order to improve the scalability of TCP over fast and long distance networks. It also achieves more equitable bandwidth allocations among flows with different RTTs (round trip times) by making the window growth to be independent of RTT -- thus those flows grow… CONTINUE READING
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