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Published December 2003 | Published
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A stabilizing AQM based on virtual queue dynamics in supporting TCP with arbitrary delays


This paper studies how to design a stabilizing AQM in supporting TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) with arbitrary delays. For the well-known AIMD (Additive Increase Multiplicative Decrease) dynamic model of TCP, our study shows that we can compensate for arbitrary delays explicitly by applying a modified virtual queue dynamics that makes the equilibrium queuing delay zero. This study also verifies that a simplified AQM AVQ (Adaptive Virtual Queue) is the state-feedback control for the AIMD model based on the virtual queue dynamics.

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