Other Citations on Modeling
Models of TCP:
Stochastic Modeling and Simulation of the TCP Protocol,
Ph.D. Thesis, Uppsala University, October 2003.
"The first part of the thesis ...
contains an extensive TCP modeling survey that summarizes the most
important TCP modeling work. Reviewed models are categorized as renewal
theory models, fixed-point methods, fluid models, processor sharing
models or control theoretic models. The merits of respective category is
discussed and guidelines for which framework to use for future TCP
modeling is given."
R. Prasad, M. Jain and C. Dovrolis,
Effects of Interrupt Coalescence on Network Measurements,
Proceedings of Passive and Active Measurement
(PAM) Workshop, April 2004.
``Several high-bandwidth network interfaces use Interrupt Co-
alescence (IC), i.e., they generate a single interrupt for multiple
sent or received in a short time interval...
We show that IC can be detrimental to TCP self-clocking,
causing bursty delivery of ACKs and subsequent bursty transmission of
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