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Router Buffer Sizing

Router Buffer Sizing



Performance Isolation in vEmulab and Mininet vs Mininet-HiFi

Mini Stanford Backbone

Mini Stanford Backbone

Your Research Here

Your Research Here


Posts by CS244 Winter 2012 Students









Posts by CS244 Spring 2012 Students

Exploring Outcast

Multipath TCP over WiFi and 3G links

TCP Daytona: Congestion Control with a Misbehaving Receiver


DCell: A Scalable and Fault-Tolerant Network Structure for Data Centers

Jellyfish vs. Fat Tree

Choosing the Default Initial Congestion Window


Seeing RED

Why Flow-Completion Time is the Right Metric for Congestion Control

MPTCP Wireless Performance


Solving Bufferbloat – The CoDel Way

Life’s not fair, neither is TCP (…under the following conditions)

Fairness of Jellyfish vs. Fat-Tree


DCTCP and Queues

DCell : A Scalable and Fault-Tolerant Network Structure for Data Centers



Increasing TCP’s Initial Congestion Window

HULL: High Bandwidth, Ultra Low Latency

TCP Incast Collapse


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