Modelling and stability of FAST TCP

@article{Wang2005ModellingAS,
  title={Modelling and stability of FAST TCP},
  author={Jiantao Wang and David X. Wei and Steven H. Low},
  journal={Proceedings IEEE 24th Annual Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies.},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={938-948 vol. 2}
}
We introduce a discrete-time model of FAST TCP that fully captures the effect of self-clocking and compare it with the traditional continuous-time model. While the continuous-time model predicts instability for homogeneous sources sharing a single link when feedback delay is large, experiments suggest otherwise. Using the discrete-time model, we prove that FAST TCP is locally asymptotically stable in general networks when all sources have a common round-trip feedback delay, no matter how large… CONTINUE READING
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