Dynamic congestion control in interconnected computer networks
Proceedings  13th Conference on Local Computer Networks
92 - 98
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The authors evaluate a window-based congestion control mechanism in an internetwork environment. They also propose and study two dynamic-window congestion-control algorithms. These algorithms provide further control to the window mechanism by adjusting the window size in accordance with the availability of the network resources at the destination. A comparison of dynamic algorithms with fixed window control is provided in terms of throughput and delay performance. It is shown that dynamic algorithms have considerable performance advantages over fixed-window control.
KeywordsComputer programming algorithms
Communication system traffic control
Published Version (Please cite this version)https://doi.org/10.1109/LCN.1988.10212
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