Profile for DCP Congestion Control ID 0:Single-Window Congestion Control
draft-kohler-dcp-ccid0-01

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Authors Eddie Kohler  , Sally Floyd 
Last updated 2001-11-30
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Abstract

This document contains the profile for Congestion Control Identifier 0, Single-Window Congestion Control, in the Datagram Control Protocol (DCP) [DCP]. DCP implements a congestion-controlled, unreliable flow of datagrams suitable for use by applications such as streaming media. The Single- Window Congestion Control CCID is used by senders that promise to send no data whatsoever, except possibly for a single initial window of data sent at the beginning of the connection.

Authors

Eddie Kohler (kohler@cs.ucla.edu)
Sally Floyd (floyd@icir.org)

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