Spring 2005 Internet2 Member Meeting

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Advanced Transport Protocols

Time 05/03/05 03:00PM-04:00PM

Session Abstract

Conventional TCP can serve advanced applications poorly because of both limitations of its congestion control algorithms (increased delays and sensitivity to even minor non-congestive packet loss) and limitations of its application programmer interface (sequential nature of data delivery to the application); in addition, TCP window size (and the corresponding send and receive buffers) is often left by system administrators at its default setting, which is too low for high-performance networks. In this session, advanced application requirements for transport protocols and ways to satisfy these requirements will be discussed.

Speakers

Speaker Stanislav Shalunov Internet2

Speaker Chris Rapier Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

Speaker Steve Senger University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Speaker Alan Whitney MIT Haystack Observatory

Speaker Yunhong Gu University of Illinois, Chicago

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail An Introduction to UDT (ppt)

Speaker Yunhong Gu University of Illinois, Chicago

Speaker Lynn McRae Stanford University

Secondary tracks Network Planning and Engineering Advanced Applications and Technologies Collaborations

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