Novel Cooperative and Fully-Distributed Congestion Control Mechanism for Content Centric Networking

@article{Ndikumana2017NovelCA,
  title={Novel Cooperative and Fully-Distributed Congestion Control Mechanism for Content Centric Networking},
  author={Anselme Ndikumana and Saeed Ullah and Kyi Thar and Nguyen H. Tran and Bang Ju Park and Choong Seon Hong},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2017},
  volume={5},
  pages={27691-27706}
}
The router’s buffer accommodates transient packets to guarantee that the network’s links do not become idle. However, buffer overflow causes packet loss, which is a signal of congestion. In content centric networking (CCN), the interest packet, which is used for requesting content, may be dropped due to such congestion. Each interest packet is assigned a specific lifetime, and when the lifetime expires without obtaining the requested content, the consumer needs to resend the Interest. However… CONTINUE READING

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