Performance comparison of active and non-active network-based multicast multirate congestion control protocols

@inproceedings{Sari2002PerformanceCO,
  title={Performance comparison of active and non-active network-based multicast multirate congestion control protocols},
  author={Riri Fitri Sari and Karim Djemame},
  booktitle={ICON},
  year={2002}
}
We review active networks as an approach to the layered multicast congestion control protocols. This work involves the performance comparison of two multirate multicast congestion control protocols; Packet Pair Receiver-driven Layered Multicast (PLM) and Active Layered Multicast Adaptation (ALMA) protocols. ALMA is an Active Networks (AN) based protocol, which uses capsules (active packets) to perform bandwidth adaptation; whereas PLM is a representative of a classical layered multicast… CONTINUE READING

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