Estimating Packet Arrival Times in Bursty Video Applications


In retransmission-based error-control methods, the most fundamental yet the paramount problem is to determine how long the sender (or the receiver) should wait before deciding that an unacknowledged (or a missing) packet is lost. This waiting time is generally referred to as retransmission timeout (RTO). An accurate RTO estimation has two main advantages… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICME.2005.1521536


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