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Comparative analysis of the performance of selective and group repeat transmission modes in a transport protocol V. V. Kokshenev, P. A. Mikheev, S. P. Sushchenko

By: Kokshenev, V. VContributor(s): Mikheev, Pavel A | Sushchenko, Sergey PMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): Маркова цепи | дискретное время | протоколы транспортного уровня | передача данныхGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: Automation and remote control Vol. 78, № 2. P. 247-260Abstract: We propose a model of a virtual connection controlled by a transport protocol in the selective and group failure modes as a Markov chain with discrete time that accounts for the influence of protocol parameters of window size and timeout duration for waiting for acknowledgements, probabilities of distorting segments in individual links of the data transmission path on the throughput of a transport connection. We have analyzed how the throughput of the control procedure depends on protocol parameters, level of errors in communication channels, and round-trip delay. We have proposed a method for choosing protocol parameters.
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We propose a model of a virtual connection controlled by a transport protocol in the selective and group failure modes as a Markov chain with discrete time that accounts for the influence of protocol parameters of window size and timeout duration for waiting for acknowledgements, probabilities of distorting segments in individual links of the data transmission path on the throughput of a transport connection. We have analyzed how the throughput of the control procedure depends on protocol parameters, level of errors in communication channels, and round-trip delay. We have proposed a method for choosing protocol parameters.

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