Future Mobile Transport Protocols: Adaptive Congestion Control for Unpredictable Cellular Networks

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Written by Thomas Pötsch

Published by Springer Vieweg

Sep, 2016

195 pages

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Thomas Pötsch investigates the channel properties of cellularnetworks and analyzes the effects that cause inefficient performance of legacy congestion control protocols, such as TCP and its variants, on cellularnetworks. Inspired by the findings, a novel delay-based congestion control protocol called Verus is proposed and evaluated across a variety ofnetwork scenarios. Furthermore, the author develops a stochastic two-dimensional discrete-time Markov modeling approach that dramatically simplifies the understanding of delay-based congestion control protocols.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Motivation
Chapter 3 Transport Protocols
Chapter 4 Channel Measurements and Channel Traces
Chapter 5 The Verus Protocol
Chapter 6 Evaluation of the Verus Protocol
Chapter 7 Modeling of Delay-Based Congestion Control Protocols
Chapter 8 Conclusions and Outlook
Appendix A Time Series of Channel Measurements
Appendix B Jain’s Fairness Index
Appendix C Overview Bandwidth-Delay Products
Appendix D Numerical Results of Verus
Appendix E Example of Transition Probability Matrix
Appendix F Numerical Results of Model

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Title: Future Mobile Transport Protocols: Adaptive Congestion Control for Unpredictable Cellular Networks
Author: Thomas Pötsch
Language: English
Length: 195
Edition: 1st ed. 2016
Publisher: Springer Vieweg
Publication Date: 2016-09-25
ISBN-10: 3658148144
ISBN-13: 9783658148140

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