State Estimation of Congested TCP Traffic Networks
State Estimation is an intrinsic element of many network manage-ment systems, like Power Distribution Networks and Water Distribution Networks, where its implementation not only facilitates real-time online monitoring with better observability, but it also enables an advanced control with improved system security. This paper presents a new technique based on State Estimation to address some general shortcomings of the current Active Queue Management schemes such as RED and discusses potential issues in TCP networks in order to achieve better performance.
KeywordsState Estimation Queue Length Transmission Control Protocol Round Trip Time Water Distribution Network
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