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Stream-based aggregation of unreliable heterogeneous network links

@article{Zielinski2015StreambasedAO,
  title={Stream-based aggregation of unreliable heterogeneous network links},
  author={M. Zielinski},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1509.08222}
}
Last mile link is often a bottleneck for end user. However, users typically have multiple ways of accessing the Internet (cellular, ADSL, public Wifi). This observation led to creation of protocols like mTCP or R-MTP. Current bandwidth aggregation protocols are packet based. However, this is not always practical - for example, non-TCP protocols are often blocked on firewalls. Moreover, a lot of effort was devoted over the years into making single-path TCP work well over various types of links… Expand

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