[e2e] Re: Active queue management and Internet traffic
armada_cn at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 8 00:58:38 PDT 2004
I am also thinking on the similar questions these days. Most AQM schemes
proposed only consider packet marking under the condition that traffic
traversing the bottleneck is constructed by some TCP connections.
Unresponsive traffic and short-lived flows are just perturbation in these
schemes. When considering the properties of aggregated traffic, e.g.,
self-similarity or burstiness in multiple time scale, it is difficult to
stablize the queue and keep packet marking probability low at the same
I have submitted a paper on this topic to ICC'05.
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