On the design of AQM supporting TCP flows using robust control theory
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IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control
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Recently it has been shown that the active queue management schemes implemented in the routers of communication networks supporting transmission control protocol (TCP) flows can be modeled as a feedback control system. Based on a delay differential equations model of TCPs congestion-avoidance mode different control schemes have been proposed. Here a robust controller is designed based on the known techniques for H∞ control of systems with time delays.
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