Adaptive Tuning of Drop-Tail Buffers for Reducing Queueing Delays.
Stanojević, Rade and Shorten, Robert N. and Kellett, Christopher M. (2006) Adaptive Tuning of Drop-Tail Buffers for Reducing Queueing Delays. IEEE Communications Letters, 10 (7). pp. 570-572. ISSN 1089-7798
Internet router buffers are used to accommodate
packets that arrive in bursts and to maintain high utilization of the egress link. Such buffers can lead to large queueing delays. We propose a simple algorithm, Active Drop-Tail (ADT), which regulates the queue size, based on prevailing traffic conditions, to a minimum size that still allows for a desired (high) level of utilization. Packet level ns2 simulations are provided to show that Adaptive Drop-Tail achieves significantly smaller queues than current approaches at the expense of 1-2% of the link utilization.
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|Keywords:||Router buffers; Drop-Tail queues; Queueing delays, TCP; Internet; Buffer storage; Delays; Queueing theory; Telecommunication network routing; Telecommunication traffic; ADT buffer; Internet router; Active drop-tail adaptive tuning; Traffic condition Hamilton Institute.|
|Subjects:||Science & Engineering > Hamilton Institute|
Science & Engineering > Computer Science
|Deposited By:||Hamilton Editor|
|Deposited On:||22 Dec 2009 14:12|
|Journal or Publication Title:||IEEE Communications Letters|
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