Delay-based Congestion Control: Sampling and Correlation Issues Revisited

Abstract

In this paper we revisit the commonly voiced concern that low correlation between measured delay and network congestion means that delay may be fundamentally flawed as a signal for congestion control. Our main contribution is to demonstrate that in fact what matters for congestion control is the aggregate behaviour of the flows sharing a link. Hence… (More)

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@inproceedings{McCullagh2008DelaybasedCC, title={Delay-based Congestion Control: Sampling and Correlation Issues Revisited}, author={Gavin D. McCullagh}, year={2008} }