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Host-Based Service Differentiation with Congestion Feedback

Henrik Lundqvist, Gunnar Karlsson
2006 IEEE International Workshop on Quality of Service, IWQoS  
There are inherent limitations in pure host-based control mechanisms and we therefore investigate the improvement that can be achieved when explicit congestion notification is used in routers.  ...  This paper investigates the possibility to differentiate services by using endpoint traffic controls, while sharing a single best-effort network.  ...  Starting from our previously proposed host-based service differentiation it would only require changes in the admission policies of the hosts to take into account also explicit congestion notifications  ... 
doi:10.1109/iwqos.2006.250472 dblp:conf/iwqos/LundqvistK06 fatcat:ucjprv6cmrc3xhkulb7s3h6imq

Network-Adaptive QoS Control for Relative Service Differentiation-Aware Video Streaming [chapter]

Gooyoun Hwang, Jitae Shin, JongWon Kim
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The main idea of our proposal is to employ explicit congestion notification (ECN) mechanism in conjunction with the proactive QoS mapping control at the ingress of a DiffServ domain.  ...  In this paper, firstly we introduce a scalable and adaptive quality of service (QoS) mapping framework over the differentiated services (DiffServ, or DS) network.  ...  With the help of network feedback, the end-host video application can recognize the status of network classes and can now react in advance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11572831_28 fatcat:k3qkuexdyvfejp5r7k4kl5df5y

Differentiated Congestion Management of Data Traffic for Data Center Ethernet

Shuo Fang, Chuan Heng Foh, Khin Mi Mi Aung
2011 IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management  
combat congestions in Ethernet, the proposal considers differentiated AIMD settings for rate limiters to achieve congestion control differentiation for traffic of different priorities.  ...  Following the popular approach that uses a cooperation of an Additive Increase and Multiplicative Decrease (AIMD) based rate limiter and Explicit Congestion Notification (ECN) active queue management to  ...  Severe Congestion Threshold ECM(0, 0) RL1 Hosts (RP) SU Switch (CP) Tsc Feedback Teq RL2 Feedback TABLE III THROUGHPUT III (MB) COMPARISON AMONG FIVE SCHEMES CM Ethernet ECM  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnsm.2011.110911.100076 fatcat:vvbbofe7trfhjb3vzdhomq2o6e

Congestion control mechanisms and the best effort service model

P. Gevros, J. Crowcroft, P. Kirstein, S. Bhatti
2001 IEEE Network  
Appropriate control structures in a best effort service network could even be used for introducing differentiation.  ...  In this article we revisit the best effort service model and the problem of congestion while focusing on the importance of cooperative resource sharing to the Internet's success, and review the congestion  ...  We identify two broad classes of congestion control mechanisms with regard to where these mechanisms are implemented: host-based and router-based mechanisms.  ... 
doi:10.1109/65.923937 fatcat:put7fnpkzzgljfox5ujrzloooq

FCP

Dongsu Han, Robert Grandl, Aditya Akella, Srinivasan Seshan
2013 Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM 2013 conference on SIGCOMM - SIGCOMM '13  
As a result, TCP has evolved over time with new congestion control algorithms such as support for generalized AIMD, background flows, and multipath.  ...  FCP incorporates novel primitives for end-point flexibility (aggregation and preloading) into a single framework and makes economics-based congestion control practical by explicitly handling load variations  ...  We also thank our shepherd Arvind Krishnamurthy and anonymous reviewers for their feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2486001.2486004 dblp:conf/sigcomm/HanGAS13 fatcat:4elkr4c55bedtkplrvc6vky53u

FCP

Dongsu Han, Robert Grandl, Aditya Akella, Srinivasan Seshan
2013 Computer communication review  
As a result, TCP has evolved over time with new congestion control algorithms such as support for generalized AIMD, background flows, and multipath.  ...  FCP incorporates novel primitives for end-point flexibility (aggregation and preloading) into a single framework and makes economics-based congestion control practical by explicitly handling load variations  ...  We also thank our shepherd Arvind Krishnamurthy and anonymous reviewers for their feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2534169.2486004 fatcat:ivtbmphva5aerketbfax36xmx4

A virtual loss-load congestion control strategy for high speed networks

Narayanan Prithviraj, Carey L. Williamson
1996 Computer communication review  
The increase item and decrease factor are dynamically updated based on the feedback.  ...  Abstract: The authors study a single node with multiple flows based on a deterministic fluid model where the multiple flows have different round-trip delays.  ...  Then, we propose an experimental congestion avoidance mechanism, which relies on a fine-grained RTT estimation and coordinates the upward and backward window adjustments, to improve TCP smoothness for  ... 
doi:10.1145/231699.231704 fatcat:sjyddm4bbzgfxc5chlus7mf4le

Internet service differentiation using transport options

Panos Gevros
2003 Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Revisiting IP QoS What have we learned, why do we care? - RIPQoS '03  
This paper introduces Transport Options; a simple framework for Internet service differentiation based on different transmission control behaviours.  ...  However, there are many cases in which current TCP congestion control may be overly conservative, leading to low transfer rates in networks which are practically congestion-free.  ...  The idea is to create incentives for the users to cooperate in the sharing of network resources and at the same time allow for service differentiation by having the feedback-signals reflect congestion  ... 
doi:10.1145/944602.944604 fatcat:uyvx6ye6mjdsjkntkjw7bg7q2y

Internet service differentiation using transport options

Panos Gevros
2003 Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Revisiting IP QoS What have we learned, why do we care? - RIPQoS '03  
This paper introduces Transport Options; a simple framework for Internet service differentiation based on different transmission control behaviours.  ...  However, there are many cases in which current TCP congestion control may be overly conservative, leading to low transfer rates in networks which are practically congestion-free.  ...  The idea is to create incentives for the users to cooperate in the sharing of network resources and at the same time allow for service differentiation by having the feedback-signals reflect congestion  ... 
doi:10.1145/944592.944604 fatcat:gxp7boojjrdolbaexmdnhbgxui

Quality of Service and the End-to-End Argument

Gunnar Karlsson, Ignacio Mas
2007 IEEE Network  
The contribution of this article is to show how QoS may be provided from hosts in agreement with the end-to-end argument.  ...  Many of them are based on batch downloading of contents for later replay. Real-time interactive and streaming services are now rapidly becoming popular.  ...  Bernhard Plattner of ETH Zurich for hosting during a sabbatical when this article was written. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mnet.2007.4395106 fatcat:inekaql55zbl5jqjgjuwwifi4m

IP Radio Resource Control System [chapter]

John Vicente, Andrew T. Campbell
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this work, we investigate and propose a system approach to balance time-varying, space-varying (usage) wireless and mobile channel conditions against IP-based service differentiation and end-end service  ...  The proposed solution leverages network programmability [1], multiple timescales, feedback-based mechanisms across flows, mobile clients and a centralized RAN or LAN control point to configure QOS policies  ...  , priority, etc) on-the-fly based on per flow and LAN usage feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45508-6_4 fatcat:k7ovjzsoqzcwbnoug5ukjiba6u

Traffic management for TCP/IP over satellite ATM networks

R. Goyal, R. Jain, M. Goyal, S. Fahmy, B. Vandalore, S. Kota
1999 IEEE Communications Magazine  
ABR connections use a rate-based closed-loop end-to-end feedback control mechanism for congestion control.  ...  on the differentiated services code points in the TOS byte of the IP header.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.751496 fatcat:5t2276qmyfcinlb2qa3x73fp4e

Wireless TCP enhancements using multilevel ECN

Mukundan Sridharan, Arjan Durresi, Chunlei Liu, Raj Jain, Mohammed Atiquzzaman, Mahbub Hassan
2003 Internet Quality of Service  
In this paper we propose a scheme called the 'Source-Centric Congestion Filtering', based on the MECN protocol, which tries to differentiate the losses based on the network feedback.  ...  To enhance the performace of the TCP in the wireless domain, we need to differentiate the 'congestion loss' from the 'wireless loss'.  ...  The idea is to differentiate the 'congestion loss' and 'wireless loss', based on the feedback received from the network, in the form of congestion marks.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.512261 fatcat:fb5zk6o6x5ggve5cfbsdouj55q

Special Issue: Enterprise Networks

M Atiquzzaman
1999 Computer Communications  
This special issue covers enterprise networking issues such as differentiated service for service quality guarantee in TCP/ IP, access techniques that can be used to connect an enterprise to the global  ...  There has been a recent trend within enterprises to connect their computers using the TCP/IP protocol which will allow them to internetwork with the global Internet.  ...  Two new service classes have been defined in the Differentiated Service: the Premium and the Assured Service.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(99)00125-5 fatcat:jnx4w63grrdl5glr6s2np4nuse

Avoiding congestion through dynamic load control

Vasil Hnatyshin, Adarshpal S. Sethi, Sonia Fahmy, Kihong Park
2001 Scalability and Traffic Control in IP Networks  
To deal with the issue of congestion, we introduce a new load control mechanism that eliminates congestion based on the feedback from the network core by dynamically adjusting traffic load at the network  ...  Unfortunately, these schemes often fail to provide proper service differentiation during periods of congestion.  ...  Unfortunately, these schemes often fail to provide proper service differentiation during periods of congestion.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.434408 fatcat:uth2jb5jxzd35htb7ef6eo2zi4
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