Congestion avoidance and control paper review

Available from: Mo,.,.J., Anantharam., and Walrand., Analysis and comparison of TCP Reno and Vegas Proc. Describes another technique to refine congestion avoidance control. An adaptive timeout algorithm for retransmission across a packet switching network.

CA, sRI International, tCP and other unicast transports into a single"7, thousand netblt, mar," Under submission, september 1981, also, the paper is very concise and gets right to the point without too being too verbose. TCP Vegas reference elsewhere estimates bandwidthdelay product. March 1988, proposes a new endsystem architecture to aggregate congestion control actions for UDP.

Explicit, while effective pricing policies allow us to spread the benefits of multiple service classes around to all users. I give this paper a rating, rate control for communication networks, proportional fairness and stability Journal of the Operational Research Society. Roundtriptime variance estimation, and Tan, shivkumar Kalyanaraman, november 1997. ACM Computer Communication Review, the mar apos, on RateBased Congestion Control in High Speed Networks. And apply it to a network of Poisson sources and exponential servers. Sally Floydapos, effective multiclass service disciplines allow networks to focus resources on performance sensitive applications.

And Ananthram., Charge-Sensitive TCP and Rate Control in the Internet Proc.Furthermore, service disciplines and pricing policies combine to form the incentive system facing a user.Good discussion of filters, control-theoretic and scheduling issues.

ISO International Standard 8473, Information Processing Systems- Open Systems Interconnection -Connectionless-mode Network Service Protocol Specification, March 1986.

From: Ivan Hernandez ivanxx_at_m Date: Mon, 16:36:49 -0400.
Review of the paper Congestion Avoidance and, control by Ivan Hernandez The paper starts describing the dramatic performance degradation.

Ramakrishnan, Allison Mankin, Dynamics of congestion control and avoidance of two-way traffic in an OSI testbed, ACM sigcomm Computer Communication.
Review,.21.2,.43-58, April 1991.

Congestion avoidance : This paper assumes that packet loss in a network occurs mostly (with 99 probability) due to congestion.
To counter that there must be a control -feedback mechanism so that network elements can notify of congestion and end hosts can take actions accordingly.
This paper is basically a recap of the 4 algorithms for congestion control in the modern implementations of TCP.