In this letter, an accurate analytic model to predict the send rate of the SQRT binomial congestion control protocol is derived, under the assumption that the protocol operates in an environment where the packet loss rate is relatively high. Based on this model, a study of its TCP-friendliness is performed, remarking the nonnegligible effects on fairness that different queue managements have.

Performance and TCP-friendliness of the SQRT congestion control protocol in lossy environments / M., Borri; Merani, Maria Luisa. - In: IEEE COMMUNICATIONS LETTERS. - ISSN 1089-7798. - STAMPA. - 8:(2004), pp. 541-543.

Performance and TCP-friendliness of the SQRT congestion control protocol in lossy environments

MERANI, Maria Luisa
2004

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In this letter, an accurate analytic model to predict the send rate of the SQRT binomial congestion control protocol is derived, under the assumption that the protocol operates in an environment where the packet loss rate is relatively high. Based on this model, a study of its TCP-friendliness is performed, remarking the nonnegligible effects on fairness that different queue managements have.
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Performance and TCP-friendliness of the SQRT congestion control protocol in lossy environments / M., Borri; Merani, Maria Luisa. - In: IEEE COMMUNICATIONS LETTERS. - ISSN 1089-7798. - STAMPA. - 8:(2004), pp. 541-543.
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