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465 | Stochastic Modeling and the Theory of Queues. - Wolff - 1989 |

445 | Dynamic tuning of the IEEE 802.11 protocol to achieve a theoretical throughtput limit,
- Cali, Conti, et al.
- 2000
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Citation Context ...ber of packets “in flight” outside the WLAN is ignored. [13] provides an analysis for a given number of STAs and maximum TCP receive window size by using the well known p persistent model proposed in =-=[7]-=-. However both [13] and [7] do not consider the effect of RTT on the performance. In [14], a queueing model is proposed to compute the mean session delay of HTTP sessions in the presence of short-live... |

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Open, closed, and mixed networks of queues with different classes of customers.
- Baskett, Chandy, et al.
- 1975
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Citation Context ...ain expressions for network state probabilities, as well as the service rates of the AP and STAs. The second part is to model the complete network, with nonzero RTT, as a closed BCMP queueing network =-=[15]-=-. The main contribution of this paper is the analytical model for TCP-controlled long file transfer throughput in a WLAN with nonzero RTPD, using a BCMP queueing network. Simulations indicate that dow... |

132 | New insights from a fixed point analysis of single cell
- Kumar, Altman, et al.
- 2005
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Citation Context ... ready with an ACK. Let ∑k i=1 Si,j = N be the number of nonempty STAs. Since there are N nonempty STAs and a nonempty AP, each nonempty WLAN entity attempts to transmit with probability β(N+1) as in =-=[6]-=-. So (S1,j , S2,j , ..., Sk,j) evolves as a Discrete Time Markov Chain (DTMC) over the epochs Gj . This allows us to consider ((S1,j , S2,j , ..., Sk,j), Gj) as a Markov Renewal Sequence, and (S1(t), ... |

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A Queueing Model for HTTP traffic over
- Miorandi, Kherani, et al.
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Citation Context ...given number of STAs and maximum TCP receive window size by using the well known p persistent model proposed in [7]. However both [13] and [7] do not consider the effect of RTT on the performance. In =-=[14]-=-, a queueing model is proposed to compute the mean session delay of HTTP sessions in the presence of short-lived TCP flows and the impact of TCP maximum congestion window size on this delay is studied... |

18 | Analytical models for capacity estimation of IEEE 802.11 WLANs using DCF for Internet applications,” Wireless Networks
- Kuriakose, Harsha, et al.
- 2006
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Citation Context ...on delay. A detailed analysis of the aggregate throughput of TCP flows in WLANs for a single rate Access Point (AP) (where all stations (STAs) are associated with the AP at a single rate) is given in =-=[1]-=- by assuming negligible or zero round trip time (RTT). Similarly, the performance of the AP is evaluated in the multi rate case in [2], [3] and [4]. However these works also ignore the RTT. Here in ou... |

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An accurate closed-form formula for the throughput of a long-lived TCP connection
- BRUNO, CONTI, et al.
- 2008
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Citation Context ... local server. The multirate case, with k rates, is analysed in [3]. [4] considers the single rate case, but allows simultaneous TCP uploads and downloads with arbitrary maximum window sizes. [9] and =-=[10]-=- analyze TCP-controlled uploads and downloads in the presence of UDP traffic. However, the effect of RTT on the network performance is ignored. The letter [11] gives the average value analysis of TCP ... |

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Modeling and Analysis of TCP dynamics over
- Yu, Choi
- 2007
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Citation Context ...is analysed with delayed and undelayed ACK cases. They consider server system located on the Ethernet to which the AP is connected and hence number of packets “in flight” outside the WLAN is ignored. =-=[13]-=- provides an analysis for a given number of STAs and maximum TCP receive window size by using the well known p persistent model proposed in [7]. However both [13] and [7] do not consider the effect of... |

5 | Modeling finite buffer effects on tcp traffic over an ieee 802.11 infrastructure wlan
- Bhardwaj, Sharma, et al.
- 2009
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Citation Context ...rmance is ignored. The letter [11] gives the average value analysis of TCP performance with upload and ar X iv :1 00 9. 48 25 v1s[ cs .N I]s24sSe p 2 01 0 download traffic without considering RTT. In =-=[12]-=-, finite buffer AP with TCP traffic in both upload and download direction is analysed with delayed and undelayed ACK cases. They consider server system located on the Ethernet to which the AP is conne... |

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Aggregate Download Throughput for TCPcontrolled long file transfers in a WLAN with multiple STA-AP association rates” http://arxiv.org/abs/1007.3229
- BK, Kuri
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Citation Context ...stations (STAs), we obtain analytical expressions for TCP-controlled long file transfer throughputs allowing nonzero propagation delays between the file server and STAs. We extend our earlier work in =-=[3]-=- to obtain AP and STA throughputs in a multirate WLAN, and use these in a closed BCMP queueing network model to obtain TCP throughputs. Simulation show that our approach is able to predict observed th... |

4 | Aggregate AP Throughputs for Long File Transfers in a WLAN controlled by
- BK, Kuri
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Citation Context ... RTPD. We consider that TCP window sizes are the same for all connections to make the model simpler and to restrict our analysis to study the effect of RTPD and RTT on throughput. Our earlier work in =-=[4]-=- gives the effect of arbitrary TCP windows when RTPD is zero. In our simulation and numerical evaluation, we used the 802.11b standards. However, our mathematical analysis is independent of the parame... |

4 | Modelling TCP dynamics in wireless networks
- Leith, Clifford
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Citation Context ...the results and we conclude the paper. II. RELATED WORK Numerous models and analyses have been proposed for wireless networks with TCP-controlled traffic, but very few consider propagation delays. In =-=[5]-=-, RTT is considered in modelling the TCP traffic in a WLAN. However, the authors’ interest was in showing that 802.11e supports features that can be exploited to overcome certain TCP performance anoma... |

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Throughput Analysis and Measurements
- Bruno, Conti, et al.
- 2008
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Citation Context ...TAs to a local server. The multirate case, with k rates, is analysed in [3]. [4] considers the single rate case, but allows simultaneous TCP uploads and downloads with arbitrary maximum window sizes. =-=[9]-=- and [10] analyze TCP-controlled uploads and downloads in the presence of UDP traffic. However, the effect of RTT on the network performance is ignored. The letter [11] gives the average value analysi... |

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Average Value Analysis of 802.11 WLANs with Persistent TCP flows
- Bruno, Conti, et al.
- 2009
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Citation Context ... arbitrary maximum window sizes. [9] and [10] analyze TCP-controlled uploads and downloads in the presence of UDP traffic. However, the effect of RTT on the network performance is ignored. The letter =-=[11]-=- gives the average value analysis of TCP performance with upload and ar X iv :1 00 9. 48 25 v1s[ cs .N I]s24sSe p 2 01 0 download traffic without considering RTT. In [12], finite buffer AP with TCP tr... |

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Throughput Analysis of TCP clients
- Bruno, Conti, et al.
- 2004
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Citation Context ...dered in modelling the TCP traffic in a WLAN. However, the authors’ interest was in showing that 802.11e supports features that can be exploited to overcome certain TCP performance anomalies. [1] and =-=[8]-=- provide a model for single rate AP-STA WLAN assuming zero RTT and consider file transfers from a server located in the LAN. An extension of this model in [2] considers two rates of association with l... |

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Performance Analysis of TCP
- Krusheel, Kuri
- 2009
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Citation Context ...s (STAs) are associated with the AP at a single rate) is given in [1] by assuming negligible or zero round trip time (RTT). Similarly, the performance of the AP is evaluated in the multi rate case in =-=[2]-=-, [3] and [4]. However these works also ignore the RTT. Here in our work we model the AP by considering round trip propagation delay (RTPD) and hence RTT. In this paper, we are interested in obtaining... |