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QUIC-TCP: validation of QUIC-TCP through network simulations

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Date Issued:
2013
Summary:
The scalability of QUIC-TCP was examined by expanding previous developmental 11-node, 4-flow topology to over 30 nodes with 11 flows to validate QUIC-TCP for larger networks. The topology was simulated using ns-2 network simulator with the same ns-2 module of FAST-TCP modified to produce QUIC-TCP agent that the original development used. A symmetrical topology and a random topology were examined. Fairness, aggregate throughput and the object of the utility function were used as validation criteria. It was shown through simulation that QUICTCP optimized the utility function and demonstrated a good balance between aggregate throughput and fairness; therefore QUIC-TCP is indeed scalable to larger networks.
Title: QUIC-TCP: validation of QUIC-TCP through network simulations.
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Name(s): Boughen, Brian, author
Wang, Xin, Thesis advisor
College of Engineering and Computer Science, Degree grantor
Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Electronic Thesis Or Dissertation
Issuance: single unit
Date Created: Fall 2013
Date Issued: 2013
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University
Physical Form: Online Resource
Extent: 62 p.
Language(s): English
Summary: The scalability of QUIC-TCP was examined by expanding previous developmental 11-node, 4-flow topology to over 30 nodes with 11 flows to validate QUIC-TCP for larger networks. The topology was simulated using ns-2 network simulator with the same ns-2 module of FAST-TCP modified to produce QUIC-TCP agent that the original development used. A symmetrical topology and a random topology were examined. Fairness, aggregate throughput and the object of the utility function were used as validation criteria. It was shown through simulation that QUICTCP optimized the utility function and demonstrated a good balance between aggregate throughput and fairness; therefore QUIC-TCP is indeed scalable to larger networks.
Identifier: FA0004007 (IID)
Note(s): Includes bibliography.
Thesis (M.S.)--Florida Atlantic University, 2013.
Subject(s): Ad hoc networks (computer networks)
Embedded computer systems -- Programming
QUIC TCP (Computer network protocol)
Wireless communication systems
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Sublocation: Boca Raton, Fla.
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