Conference Paper
A Unified Approach to Optimizing Performance in Networks Serving Heterogeneous Flows.
Conference: INFOCOM 2009. 28th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications, Joint Conference of the IEEE Computer and Communications Societies, 1925 April 2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Source: DBLP

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