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Modeling the Stationary Behavior of TCP Reno Connections.

DOI: 10.1007/3-540-44554-4_10 Conference: Quality of Service in Multiservice IP Networks, International Workshop, QoS-IP 2001, Rome, Italy, January 2001, Proceedings
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ABSTRACT In this paper, we outline a methodology that can be applied to model the behavior of TCP Reno flows. The proposed methodology
stems from a Markovian model of a single TCP source, and eventually considers the superposition and interaction of several
such sources using standard queueing analysis techniques. Our approach allows the evaluation of such performance indices as
throughput, queueing delay and segment loss of TCP flows. The results obtained through our model are validated by means of
simulation, under different traffic settings.

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