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To model possible suggested changes in TCP window adaptation in response to randomized feedback, such as ECN (explicit congestion notification), we formulate a generalized version of the TCP congestion avoidance algorithm. We first consider multiple such generalized TCP flows sharing a bottleneck buffer under the assured service model and use a fixed point technique to obtain the mean window sizes and throughputs for the TCP flows, To further study how changes in the adaptation algorithm affect the variability in the throughput, we use an analytical-cum-numerical technique to derive the window distribution (and related statistics) of a single generalized flow under state-dependent randomized congestion feedback
Adaptive algorithms, Bandwidth, Feedback control, Network protocols, Transport control protocols
Software and Cyber-Physical Systems
GLOBECOM '00: Proceedings of IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference: San Francisco, 27 November-1 December
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MISRA, Archan; BARAS, John; and OTT, Teunis.
Generalized TCP Congestion Avoidance and its Effect on Bandwidth Sharing and Variability. (2000). GLOBECOM '00: Proceedings of IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference: San Francisco, 27 November-1 December. 329-337. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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