Predictive flow control for TCP-friendly end-to-end real-time video on the Internet. Sun, Y.; Tsou, F.; and Chen, M. C. Computer Communications, 2002.
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@article{ Sun02,
  author = {Y. Sun and F. Tsou and M. Chang Chen },
  title = {Predictive flow control for TCP-friendly end-to-end real-time video on the Internet},
  journal = {Computer Communications},
  year = {2002},
  annote = {This paper proposes a prediction-based flow/congestion control scheme called R^3CP^+ (real-time rate and retransmission control protocol plus) for real-time stored packet video transfer over the best-effort based Internet. The receiver periodically sends flow control packets to the sender to instruct how fast it should send. This sending rate is based on measurements of the packet loss probability and the RTT. Is the requested sending rate less than the desired sending rate, only packets with high significance is sent (e.g. I-frames). To cope with supply shortage during congestion, the receiver makes sure to always have one RTT's worth of packets in its buffer. Simulations show that R^3CP^+ outperforms for example LIMD schemes in all ranges },
  submitter = {Katarina Asplund},
  bibdate = {Sunday, March 24, 2002 at 20:45:48 (CET)}
}
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