The paper “An Argument for Increasing TCP’s Initial Congestion Window” argues that the initial TCP congestion control window size of 4 set in 2002 is out of date and should be increased to at least 10.
Tzu Yin Tai & Xin Zhou Introduction The original paper  is published by Google in 2010, which proposed to increase TCP’s initial congestion window to at least ten segments […]
Team: Saachi Jain and Mitchell Dumovic Key Result: DCell is a recursive, scalable network topology that quick recovery from link and router failures. Source(s): Chuanxiong Guo , Haitao Wu , […]
Team: Saleil Bhat & Melanie Ren Goals & Motivation Datacenter transport design is a complex issue because it must handle two competing constraints simultaneously. High fabric utilization is essential, but it […]
Team: Praveen Kumar and Matthew Volk Paper: Xpander: Towards Optimal-Performance Datacenters. CoNEXT ’16 1. Introduction Today’s datacenters suffer from sub-optimal performance as measured by many metrics, in particular: (1) network […]
Keith Major email@example.com Mark Xue firstname.lastname@example.org Goals: “An Experimental Study of TLS forward secrecy deployments” [HABJ] evaluated the state of TLS forward secrecy deployments in 2014 by surveying the top […]
Jiaxin Guan (email@example.com) Wen Zhang (firstname.lastname@example.org) Introduction This paper presents an HTTP record-and-replay tool called Mahimahi. It records HTTP traffic between a client and a server and can later replay […]