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Cross-Layer Extended Persistent Timeout Policy for SCTP and DSDV

@article{Tiado2014CrossLayerEP,
  title={Cross-Layer Extended Persistent Timeout Policy for SCTP and DSDV},
  author={Mahamadou Issoufou Tiado and Riadh Dhaou and A. Beylot},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1410.0336}
}
Cross layer techniques applied to various protocols stacks provide fair information sharing between OSI model layers. The performance gains have been demonstrated for many studied systems within protocols interactions. The example is illustrative of the reliable transport protocols that use retransmissions to achieve that reliability function. The performance gains of the persistent timeout policy for the management of the retransmission timeout have been produce in some recent works when… 

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