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Burst Error Analysis Introduced in Multiple Traffic of Protocols TCP Reno, Cubic, Westwood and Vegas on a Model of Hybrid Topology

Diego R. Rodríguez Herlein, Carlos A. Talay, Claudia N. Gonzalez, Franco A. Trinidad, Luz Almada, Luis A. Marrone
2019 Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
This paper explores the behavior shown by the protocols TCP Reno, Cubic, Vegas and Westwood in presence of errors in bursts occurred in multiple traffic over a hybrid topology.  ...  The development is based on the analysis of case studies, where it starts with a mixed topology of two wired and two wireless nodes, with two flows of the same variant of the TCP protocol, subsequently  ...  These simulations and results are based on the work "Considerations on the behavior TCP protocol in its variants Vegas, Reno, Cubic and Westwood before errors in burst generated in a hybrid topology" published  ... 
doi:10.24215/16666038.19.e04 fatcat:6yj7zgf62jh2ngj6x3xlwfvhji

A Survey on Recent Advances in Transport Layer Protocols [article]

Michele Polese, Federico Chiariotti, Elia Bonetto, Filippo Rigotto, Andrea Zanella, Michele Zorzi
2018 arXiv   pre-print
optimal performance in challenging scenarios, possibly with the application of machine learning techniques; (ii) the proposal of brand new transport protocols, alternative to TCP and implemented in the  ...  Over the years, the Internet has been enriched with new available communication technologies, for both fixed and mobile networks and devices, exhibiting an impressive growth in terms of performance, with  ...  faster when it is far lower than the capacity; Veno [63] , a hybrid between Vegas and Reno, uses an explicit model of the bottleneck buffer occupancy to achieve the same kind of CWND growth.  ... 
arXiv:1810.03884v1 fatcat:aqoomjapo5ffld4hkvbkv4s4cq

Host-to-Host Congestion Control for TCP

Alexander Afanasyev, Neil Tilley, Peter Reiher, Leonard Kleinrock
2010 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) carries most Internet traffic, so performance of the Internet depends to a great extent on how well TCP works.  ...  In a shared, highly distributed, and heterogeneous environment such as the Internet, effective network use depends not only on how well a single TCPbased application can utilize the network capacity, but  ...  The authors are very much obliged to Erik Kline and Janice Wheeler for the valuable input on the survey organization and sleepless nights spent in reading and correcting errors in this text.  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2010.042710.00114 fatcat:lsjimrk43vai5pgmwqvsjarowe

A machine learning approach to TCP state monitoring from passive measurements

Desta Haileselassie Hagos, Paal E. Engelstad, Anis Yazidi, Oivind Kure
2018 2018 Wireless Days (WD)  
We greatly acknowledge the anonymous reviewers for their helpful feedback and detailed comments on our paper.  ...  Acknowledgment We would like to sincerely thank Professor Øivind Kure for his comments on the final draft of our paper.  ...  Figure VI.7: Beta analysis in a realistic setting. (a) Veno[11], (b) Reno[17], (c) CUBIC[12], (d) Vegas[4]. FigureFigure VI.8: Sigmoid analysis and beta distributions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wd.2018.8361713 dblp:conf/wd/HagosEYK18 fatcat:hmeh7nfa7bbwxnncel5xnyytim

ABS: Adaptive Buffer Sizing for Heterogeneous Networks

Yueping Zhang, Dmitri Loguinov
2008 IEEE International Workshop on Quality of Service, IWQoS  
fast convergence rate and stable dynamics in various network settings, and is robust to load changes and generic Internet traffic (including FTP, HTTP, and non-TCP flows).  ...  Most existing criteria [3] , [5] , [9] for sizing router buffers rely on explicit formulation of the relationship between buffer size and characteristics of Internet traffic.  ...  This simple model subsumes a wide spectrum of loss-based congestion control protocols, including AIMD (e.g., Reno [1] and Westwood [17] ), MIMD (e.g., Scalable TCP [24] ), and many other existing TCP  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwqos.2008.17 dblp:conf/iwqos/ZhangL08 fatcat:7ktzbaeaendtfjednexx6r2z2y

Improving TCP Performance in Vehicle-To-Grid (V2G) Communication

Jinwoo Park, Hyogon Kim, Jin-Young Choi
2019 Electronics  
Specifically, the performance of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), the transport protocol that most Internet applications use, may suffer due to the high noise and consequent errors that the charge  ...  On a connected car, the performance of Internet access will significantly affect the user experience.  ...  To model this, we used BurstErrorModel, a bursty error model of NS3. In this model, packets are errored corresponding to an underlying distribution, burst rate, and burst size.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics8111206 fatcat:pi772zyqdfcmzhngvptexq72em

ABS: Adaptive buffer sizing for heterogeneous networks

Yueping Zhang, Dmitri Loguinov
2010 Computer Networks  
fast convergence rate and stable dynamics in various network settings, and is robust to load changes and generic Internet traffic (including FTP, HTTP, and non-TCP flows).  ...  Most existing criteria [3, 5, 9] for sizing router buffers rely on explicit formulation of the relationship between buffer size and characteristics of Internet traffic.  ...  This simple model subsumes a wide spectrum of loss-based congestion control protocols, including AIMD (e.g., Reno [1] and Westwood [17] ), MIMD (e.g., Scalable TCP [24] ), and many other existing TCP  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2010.04.003 fatcat:hgpltg3vhbdsdpnzjfnnemqlom

A comprehensive survey on machine learning for networking: evolution, applications and research opportunities

Raouf Boutaba, Mohammad A. Salahuddin, Noura Limam, Sara Ayoubi, Nashid Shahriar, Felipe Estrada-Solano, Oscar M. Caicedo
2018 Journal of Internet Services and Applications  
In this way, readers will benefit from a comprehensive discussion on the different learning paradigms and ML techniques applied to fundamental problems in networking, including traffic prediction, routing  ...  Therefore, this is a timely contribution of the implications of ML for networking, that is pushing the barriers of autonomic network operation and management.  ...  This work is supported in part by the Royal Bank of Canada, NSERC Discovery Grants Program, the Quebec FRQNT postdoctoral research fellowship, the ELAP scholarship, and the COLCIENCIAS Scholarship Program  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13174-018-0087-2 fatcat:jvwpewceevev3n4keoswqlcacu

Intelligent inference methods for automated network diagnostics

Chathuranga Widanapathirana
2017
Faulty network components embed unique artefacts in TCP packet streams by altering the normal protocol behaviour. Our technique captures such artefacts and generates a set of unique fault signatures.  ...  Since not all 460 features contribute equally to the identification of a particular fault, we then introduce improved forms of NSSs called EigenNSS and FisherNSS with reduced complexity and greater class  ...  Reno employs a sliding-window- TCP variants The initial idea and definition of TCP was introduced in RFC-793 [27] in 1988.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58b8a701f2cf3 fatcat:yqxkcyfiy5aoddqgdjuj7kf2iy

Cross-layer latency-aware and -predictable data communication [article]

Andreas Schmidt, Universität Des Saarlandes, Universität Des Saarlandes
2020
The PRRT protocol has been intensively evaluated using the X-Lap toolkit that supports protocol stack analysis in a low-overhead, cross-layer, and intra-host fashion.  ...  Providing this in a robust and resilient manner demands for latency-awareness and -predictability at all layers of the communication and computation stack.  ...  Redundancy Packets are sent in case hybrid error control is used.  ... 
doi:10.22028/d291-30851 fatcat:lmu66yvbqvcorbgcacm7lktvsu