[e2e] link between Kelly's control and TCP's AIMD
cannara at attglobal.net
Sat Feb 19 00:00:23 PST 2005
I don't know "ignored" -- some friends (NetPredict) have a patent on just such
statistical analyses applied to TCP performance products. It's the
nonlinearity that makes any linear differential modelling grossly approximate.
We have to remember some fundamentals -- at least that fluids are variously
compressible & reorderable, unlike packets, and loss of molecules is not an
Ted Faber wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 17, 2005 at 09:12:58PM -0800, Cannara wrote:
> > And, without understanding/modelling TCP's nonlinear behaviors, it will only
> > serve for gross predictions.
> Without defending Mitra and Seery's work, which stands perfectly well on
> its own, the point was that fluid flow congestion analysis has a long
> and often ignored history.
> Ted Faber
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