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Analysis for the Differences Between Standard Congestion Control Schemes

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Author Yoshifumi Nishida
Last updated 2023-07-05
Replaced by draft-nishida-ccwg-standard-cc-analysis
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Reno-based congestion control has been referred as the standard document from IETF for long time that describes congestion control principle of the Internet. In the meantime, IETF recently has published two new congestion control standards that use slightly different schemes from the previous one. This document provides analysis for the differences between these standards in order to provide helpful information when an unified congestion control principles for the Internet is standardized in the future.


Yoshifumi Nishida

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