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Reverse Engineering TCP/IP-Like Networks Using Delay-Sensitive Utility Functions
IEEE INFOCOM 2007 - 26th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications
TCP/IP can be interpreted as a distributed primaldual algorithm to maximize aggregate utility over source rates. It has recently been shown that an equilibrium of TCP/IP, if it exists, maximizes the same delay-insensitive utility over both source rates and routes, provided pure congestion prices are used as link costs in the shortest-path calculation of IP. In practice, however, pure dynamic routing is never used and link costs are weighted sums of both static as well as dynamic components. Indoi:10.1109/infcom.2007.56 dblp:conf/infocom/PongsajapanL07 fatcat:mfgrxlcbsjaffky3xp2wpbmotm