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Comparative Study Of Congestion Control Techniques In High Speed Networks

  title={Comparative Study Of Congestion Control Techniques In High Speed Networks},
  author={Shakeel Ahmad and Adli Mustafa and Bashir Ahmad and Arjamand Bano and Al-Samarraie Hosam},
Congestion in network occurs due to exceed in aggregate demand as compared to the accessible capacity of the resources. Network congestion will increase as network speed increases and new effective congestion control methods are needed, especially to handle bursty traffic of todays very high speed networks. Since late 90s numerous schemes i.e. [1]...[10] etc. have been proposed. This paper concentrates on comparative study of the different congestion control schemes based on some key… 

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