Reliable multicast congestion control (RMCC)
MILCOM 2000 Proceedings. 21st Century Military Communications. Architectures and Technologies for Information Superiority (Cat. No.00CH37155)
At present, there are no standardized, Internet-based multicast transport protocols that provide effective, dynamic congestion control methods for safe, widescale deployment of end-to-end rate adaptive applications (e.g., file transfer). Recent research and standardization efforts are beginning to address these issues. This paper describes ongoing research and development related to network congestion control mechanisms for multicast data transport. We concentrate on the design issues for
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