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[ih] FC vs CC Re: [e2e] Fwd: Re: Once again buffer bloat and CC. Re: A Cute Story. Or: How to talk completely at cross purposes. Re: When was Go Back N adopted by TCP

In a sense, VJCC is nothing else than another twist of an isarithmic
network, although the number of packets is kept constant along a flow.
*Expecting flames*
The "bufferbloat problem" is a twist, in a sense, of the taxi problem
then ;-)

Am 22.08.2014 um 16:33 schrieb Vint Cerf:
> Donald Davies had the idea of an isarithmic network: a fixed number of
> packets in the network at all times. Issues however included getting
> "empty packets" to places with data to send. Like the taxi problem
> where they end up at favored destinations but are not available
> without deadheading to favored origins. 
> http://www.researchgate.net/publication/224730989_The_Control_of_Congestion_in_Packet-Switching_Networks
> v

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