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標題: Adaptive TCP congestion control and routing schemes using cross-layer information for mobile ad hoc networks
作者: Chang, H.P.
Kan, H.W.
Ho, M.H.
關鍵字: TCP
Routing protocol
Cross-layer design
Ad hoc network
Mobile ad hoc
networks
multihop wireless networks
performance
channel
期刊/報告no:: Computer Communications, Volume 35, Issue 4, Page(s) 454-474.
摘要: Compared with traditional networks, ad hoc networks possess many unique characteristics. For example, ad hoc networks can drop a packet due to network events other than buffer overflow. Unfortunately, the current layered network architecture makes it impossible to pass the information specific to one layer to other layers. As a result, if a packet is lost due to reasons other than buffer overflow, TCP adversely invokes its congestion control procedure. Similarly, the routing algorithm may misinterpret that a path is broken and adversely invoke the route recovery procedure. This study addresses the limitations of the current layered network architecture by adopting a cross-layer protocol design for TCP and routing algorithms in ad hoc networks. The objective of this approach is to enable the lower-layered ad hoc network to detect and differentiate all possible network events, including disconnections, channel errors, buffer overflow, and link-layer contention, that may cause packet loss. Using the information exploited by lower layers, the upper layer-3 routing algorithm, and the layer-4 TCP can take various actions according to the types of network events. Simulation results demonstrate that the combination of the cross-layer optimized TCP and routing algorithms can effectively improve the performance of TCP and DSR, regardless of whether it is in a stationary or a mobile ad hoc network. (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/68553
ISSN: 0140-3664
文章連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.comcom.2011.11.008
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