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Hop-by-Hop TCP for Sensor Networks

@inproceedings{Lien2009HopbyHopTF,
  title={Hop-by-Hop TCP for Sensor Networks},
  author={Yao-Nan Lien},
  year={2009}
}
  • Y. Lien
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science, Business
Communication links in a sensor network are unstable such that running conventional TCP protocol over a high loss rate sensor networks will suffer from severe performance degradation. To handle a packet loss, conventional TCP retransmits the lost packet from its source. However, when error rate is high, it may have difficulty to deliver a packet to its destination. Considering that most applications on a sensor network prefer faster and reliable packet delivery to higher throughput, this paper… 
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