High Performance Networking is a state-of-the-art book that deals with issues relating to the fast-paced evolution of public, corporate and residential networks. It focuses on the practical and experimental aspects of high performance networks and introduces novel approaches and concepts aimed at improving the performance, usability, interoperability and scalability of such systems. Among others, the topics covered include: Java applets and applications; distributed virtual environments; new internet streaming protocols; web telecollaboration tools; Internet, Intranet; real-time services like multimedia; quality of service; mobility. High Performance Networking comprises the proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on High Performance Networking, sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), and was held at Vienna Univrsity of Technology, Vienna, Austria, in September 1998. High Performance Networking is suitable as a secondary text for a graduate level course on high performance networking, and as a reference for researchers and practitioners in industry.Again, with the arrival of acknowledgments the sources would increase their transmission windows and the buffers on the edge routers would fill up. Hence, using ECN in the forward direction has the same problems as discussed in section 4. ... Our simulator code implements the TCP Tahoe version and we consider a maximum segment size of 1024 bytes. ... paths in Figure 2 is 70Mbps, except for C23 and C63 which are 95Mbps. The MCR, allocated to the VC.js terminating in R3 isanbsp;...
|Title||:||High Performance Networking|
|Author||:||Harmen R. van As|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2013-03-09|