[e2e] Is a control theoretic approach sound?
John T. Wen
wen at cat.rpi.edu
Fri Aug 1 12:12:54 PDT 2003
There is also the Infocom03 paper by Wang, Li, Low, and Doyle, "Can
Shortest-path Routing and TCP Maximize Utility"
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Subject: Re: [e2e] Is a control theoretic approach sound?
> > I have never seen any congestion control simulation in the last 10 years
> > which also considers effects of routing as well.
> I guess you are exculding the mobile ad-hoc networks area (though it might
> be relevant).
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