Controlling Packet Drops to Improve Freshness of information

@article{Kavitha2018ControllingPD,
  title={Controlling Packet Drops to Improve Freshness of information},
  author={Veeraruna Kavitha and Eitan Altman and Indrajit Saha},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1807.09325}
}
Many systems require frequent and regular updates of a certain information. These updates have to be transferred regularly from the source to the destination. We consider scenarios in which an old packet becomes completely obsolete, in the presence of a new packet. In this context, if a new packet arrives at the source while it is transferring a packet, one needs to decide the packet to be dropped. New packet has recent information, but might require more time to transfer. Thus it is not clear… CONTINUE READING
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