[Iccrg] Re: I-D
rbriscoe at jungle.bt.co.uk
Fri May 30 18:56:40 BST 2008
At 15:02 27/05/2008, Michael Scharf wrote:
>On Fri, 23 May 2008 at 02:46:40, Bob Briscoe wrote:
> >> 3.1.1 Performance and robustness
> >> ...
> >> - What is the minimum support that is needed from routers in order
> >> to achieve significantly better performance than with end-to-end
> >> mechanisms?
> >> BC: Can you add the obvious: without damaging the end-to-end principle.
> > I'd certainly agree to that. Co-authors?
>For instance,  concludes that "congestion control is one
>function that is not well suited to end-to-end implementation." I
>guess that not everyone will agree to this statement.
I for one disagree...
>Deepening this discussion is propably beyond the scope of this
>draft. But I could imagine to add one or two references that reflect
>the discussions concerning the implication on the e2e principle.
>Can anyone recommend relevant references other than ?
Richard J. Gibbens and Frank P. Kelly, "Resource pricing and the
evolution of congestion control" Automatica 35 (12) pp. 1969--1985
And... I guess our work to police e2e congestion control building on
Kelly but with engineering rather than pricing. But I guess
self-citations aren't allowed ;)
> T. Moors: "A critical review of "End-to-end arguments in system
>design"", Proc. International Conference on Communications (ICC), 2002
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