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Lightweight active router-queue management for multimedia networking
Multimedia Computing and Networking 1999
The Internet research community is promoting active queue management in routers as a proactive means of addressing congestion in the Internet. Active queue management mechanisms such as Random Early Detection (RED) work well for TCP flows but can fail in the presence of unresponsive UDP flows. Recent proposals extend RED to strongly favor TCP and TCP-like flows and to actively penalize "misbehaving" flows. This is problematic for multimedia flows that, although potentially well-behaved, do not,doi:10.1117/12.333807 fatcat:c67i3gkmxfeezdn253w7edpen4