This paper develops an analytical framework to study the optimality of rate-based generic AIMD and AIAD congestion control schemes. In this way, a congestion model is introduced to describe the ... We propose Westwood++ TCP as an implementation of the AIAD paradigm, and we consider Reno TCP as an example of the AIMD mechanism for comparison. We derive a mathematical model of the throughput of the AIAD mechanism that shows that Westwood++ is stable, is friendly to Reno and increases the fairness in bandwidth utilization.

above, AIMD is no longer superior. TCP SACK, active queue management techniques and fair queueing in routers enable the other linear alternatives to provide comparable and sometimes signi cantly better goodput performance. We observe that AIAD is always among the best linear alternatives, and can even

Refer to Figure 3.56, which illustrates the convergence of TCP’s AIMD algorithm. Suppose that instead of a multiplicative decrease, TCP decreased the window size by a constant amount. Would the resulting AIAD algorithm converge to an equal share algorithm? Mar 27, 2013 · P41) Refer to Figure 3.56, which illustrates the convergence of TCP’s AIMD algorithm. Suppose that instead of a multiplicative decrease, TCP decreased the window size by a constant amount. Would the resulting AIAD algorithm converge to an equal share algorithm? Justify your answer using a diagram similar to Figure 3.56.

Communication Networks | Mon 15 April 2019 3 of 18 elay La/R 1 When the traffic intensity is <=1, queueing delay depends on the burst size The Internet almost died of congestion in 1986