Predicting short-transfer latency from TCP arcana: extended version

@inproceedings{Arlitt2005PredictingSL,
  title={Predicting short-transfer latency from TCP arcana: extended version},
  author={Martin F. Arlitt and Balachander Krishnamurthy and Jeffrey C. Mogul},
  year={2005}
}
In some contexts it may be useful to predict the latency for short TCP transfers. For example, a Web server could automatically tailor its content depending on the network path to each client, or an “opportunistic networking” application could improve its scheduling of data transfers. Several techniques have been proposed to predict the latency of short TCP transfers based on online measurements of characteristics of the current TCP connection, or of recent connections from the same client. We… CONTINUE READING

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