[Iccrg] Soliciting input for cc. bibliography
michael.welzl at uibk.ac.at
Fri Jun 16 08:57:40 BST 2006
On Thu, 2006-06-15 at 17:09, Radek Krzywania wrote:
> > I believe that a short but sharply focused document on approaches to cc
> > would be extremely valuable for network
> > designers to explore new ways of dealing with congestion in next
> > generation networks.
> Hi all
> I was tracking the recent discussion on the list, and I agree with Doan.
> Large number of papers does not improve the current knowledge and are not
> worth of anylising them in details. It is much better to deal with
> approaches. I guess there are lot of web pages/papers which tries to
I like this a lot; indeed, if you look at the GGF document
I co-edited: http://www.welzl.at/research/publications/GFD.55.pdf
it's lengthy, but I'm not so sure if there's much general
congestion control related knowledge that one could learn from
it. I'd hesitate to simply repeat that process here.
I think that the way to do it is to start with an approach
based classification, and mention example mechanisms that
show that this particular approach can work.
e.g.: "methods with additional implicit feedback" / "delay"
with Vegas and FAST as example schemes.
> compare the approaches and describe them, but I'd like to intorduce yet
> another page with short algorithms description:
Thanks, I put it in the wiki.
> You may find there a quite "human readable" descriptions, including main
> TCP approaches. I'am sure that much details are lack there, but I think it
> may be a good start anyway.
Stanislav Shalunov pointed me to this document the other day:
(also in our wiki)
- and I think that this might be the best starting point. It's
exactly what we need - a classification of approaches, outlining
the design space...
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