Congestion control framework for delay-tolerant communications

@inproceedings{Grundy2012CongestionCF,
  title={Congestion control framework for delay-tolerant communications},
  author={Andrew Grundy},
  year={2012}
}
Detecting and dealing with congestion in delay tolerant networks is an important and challenging problem. Current DTN forwarding algorithms typically direct traffic towards particular nodes in order to maximise delivery ratios and minimise delays, but as traffic demands increase these nodes may become unusable. This thesis proposes Café, an adaptive congestion aware framework that reduces traffic entering congesting network regions by using alternative paths and dynamically adjusting sending… CONTINUE READING
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