Modeling RED with Idealized TCP Sources

@inproceedings{Kuusela2000ModelingRW,
  title={Modeling RED with Idealized TCP Sources},
  author={Pirkko. Kuusela and Pasi Lassila and Jorma T. Virtamo and Peter Key and Pasi. Lassila},
  year={2000}
}
We analyze the dynamic behavior of a single RED controlled queue interacting with a large population of idealized TCP sources, i.e., sources obeying the rules of linear increase and multiplicative decrease. The aggregate traffic from this population is modeled in terms of the time dependent expected value of the packet arrival rate which reacts to the packet loss taking place in the queue. The queue is described in terms of the time dependent expected values of the instantaneous queue length… CONTINUE READING
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