[e2e] host-level aggregated congestion control citations

Adam Wolisz awo at ieee.org
Fri Aug 31 16:06:47 PDT 2007

My student Michael Savoric has done quite a bit of research in this area,
His PhD thesis "Improving COngestion Control in IP-based  Networks by 
information sharing
is available under http://edocs.tu-berlin.de/diss/2004/savoric_michael.pdf

while  quicker impression about parts of the work can be obtained by 
looking into
Michael Savoric, Holger Karl, Morten Schläger, Tobias Poschwatta, and 
Adam Wolisz <mailto:posch at tkn.tu-berlin.de>, "Analysis and performance 
evaluation of the EFCM common congestion controller for TCP 
connections", Computer Networks, vol. 49, no. 2, pp. 269-294, October 2005.

Adam Wolisz
Technische Universität Berlin

Dave Crocker wrote:

> Folks,
> I am looking for a couple of citations, if there are any.
> Once upon a time, TCP did congestion control strictly on a 
> per-connection behavior.  I seem to recall that there was later work 
> on aggregating congestion information, to get better behavior across 
> concurrent connections between the same host-pair.
> If this is in current use, I'd like to review the mechanism(s).
> Yes?
> Thanks.
> d/

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