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TCP Window Based Congestion Control Mechanism


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1 Department of Computer Science and IT, Institute of Southern Punjab, Multan, Pakistan
2 Department of Computing, Global College of Engineering and Technology, Muscat, Oman
     

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As we know Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is improving itself with the help of many researchers working in this area all over the World. Many papers and proposals have been submitted by the different researchers to improve the performance of TCP by the congestion control mechanism. In this concern paper, we are able to improve the transmission speed through the window size congestion control technique which is playing an important role in the field of communication. As we already know there are two main important techniques to overcome the congestion and these are the Avoidance algorithm and Slow start mechanism. Now to specify the TCP there are multiple start-ups are existing to specify that start-up speed is selectable from an n-array set of algorithms. If well work and implement these algorithms we can improve our performance and control the congestion. This paper provide the depth analysis of the existing congestion control techniques and provide the model which is helpful to control congestion.

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Algorithm, Congestion Avoidance and Control, TCP.
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Authors

Muhammad Imran
Department of Computer Science and IT, Institute of Southern Punjab, Multan, Pakistan
Sundas Israr
Department of Computer Science and IT, Institute of Southern Punjab, Multan, Pakistan
Muhammad Shahzeb Ali
Department of Computer Science and IT, Institute of Southern Punjab, Multan, Pakistan
Mazhar H. Malik
Department of Computing, Global College of Engineering and Technology, Muscat, Oman

Abstract


As we know Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is improving itself with the help of many researchers working in this area all over the World. Many papers and proposals have been submitted by the different researchers to improve the performance of TCP by the congestion control mechanism. In this concern paper, we are able to improve the transmission speed through the window size congestion control technique which is playing an important role in the field of communication. As we already know there are two main important techniques to overcome the congestion and these are the Avoidance algorithm and Slow start mechanism. Now to specify the TCP there are multiple start-ups are existing to specify that start-up speed is selectable from an n-array set of algorithms. If well work and implement these algorithms we can improve our performance and control the congestion. This paper provide the depth analysis of the existing congestion control techniques and provide the model which is helpful to control congestion.

Keywords


Algorithm, Congestion Avoidance and Control, TCP.

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