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Proceedings of the 12th international workshop on Network and operating systems support for digital audio and video - NOSSDAV '02
In this paper we present a TCP-friendly congestion control scheme for non-adaptable flows. The main characteristic of these flows is that their data rate is determined by an application and cannot be adapted to the current congestion situation of the network. Typical examples of non-adaptable flows are those produced by networked computer games or live audio and video transmissions where adaptation of the quality is not possible (e.g., since it is already at the lowest possible quality level).doi:10.1145/507671.507673 fatcat:aswgauz6dzfknpdvq3loypf5k4