Sally Floyd
Sally Floyd

homepage

ACM Fellow badge
  Affiliation history
Bibliometrics: publication history
Average citations per article120.18
Citation Count6,730
Publication count56
Publication years1986-2007
Available for download42
Average downloads per article1,144.36
Downloads (cumulative)48,063
Downloads (12 Months)1,067
Downloads (6 Weeks)116
SEARCH
ROLE
Arrow RightAuthor only
· Other only
· All roles


AUTHOR'S COLLEAGUES
See all colleagues of this author

SUBJECT AREAS
See all subject areas




BOOKMARK & SHARE


56 results found Export Results: bibtexendnoteacmrefcsv

Result 1 – 20 of 56
Result page: 1 2 3

Sort by:

1
May 2007 Computer Networks: The International Journal of Computer and Telecommunications Networking: Volume 51 Issue 7, May, 2007
Publisher: Elsevier North-Holland, Inc.
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 6

Determining an appropriate sending rate when beginning data transmission into a network with unknown characteristics is a fundamental issue in best-effort networks. Traditionally, the slow-start algorithm has been used to probe the network path for an appropriate sending rate. This paper provides an initial exploration of the efficacy of an ...
Keywords: Congestion control, Explicit feedback, TCP

2 published by ACM
October 2006 WNS2 '06: Proceeding from the 2006 workshop on ns-2: the IP network simulator
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 54
Downloads (6 Weeks): 4,   Downloads (12 Months): 79,   Downloads (Overall): 1,337

Full text available: PDFPDF
This paper reports on the project plan to develop a new major version of the popular ns-2 networking simulator. The authors have organized an NSF -funded, four-year community infrastructure project to develop the next version of ns . The project will also be oriented towards community development and open source ...

3 published by ACM
August 2006 ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review - Proceedings of the 2006 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications: Volume 36 Issue 4, October 2006
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 49
Downloads (6 Weeks): 8,   Downloads (12 Months): 22,   Downloads (Overall): 1,803

Full text available: PDFPDF
Fast-growing Internet applications like streaming media and telephony prefer timeliness to reliability, making TCP a poor fit. Unfortunately, UDP, the natural alternative, lacks congestion control. High-bandwidth UDP applications must implement congestion control themselves-a difficult task-or risk rendering congested networks unusable. We set out to ease the safe deployment of these ...
Keywords: DCCP, Internet telephony, TCP, congestion control, streaming media, transfer, transport protocols, unreliable
Also published in:
September 2006  SIGCOMM '06: Proceedings of the 2006 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications

4 published by ACM
July 2005 ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review: Volume 35 Issue 3, July 2005
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 15
Downloads (6 Weeks): 5,   Downloads (12 Months): 16,   Downloads (Overall): 1,529

Full text available: PDFPDF
How might the computing and communications world be materially different in 10 to 15 years, and how might we define a research agenda that would get us to that world?

5 published by ACM
April 2005 ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review: Volume 35 Issue 2, April 2005
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 67
Downloads (6 Weeks): 3,   Downloads (12 Months): 26,   Downloads (Overall): 1,443

Full text available: PDFPDF
In this paper we explore the evolution of both the Internet's most heavily used transport protocol, TCP, and the current network environment with respect to how the network's evolution ultimately impacts end-to-end protocols. The traditional end-to-end assumptions about the Internet are increasingly challenged by the introduction of intermediary network elements ...
Keywords: evolution, TCP, middleboxes, Internet

6 published by ACM
October 2004 IMC '04: Proceedings of the 4th ACM SIGCOMM conference on Internet measurement
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 20
Downloads (6 Weeks): 5,   Downloads (12 Months): 22,   Downloads (Overall): 433

Full text available: PDFPDF
In this paper we explore the evolution of both the Internet's most heavily used transport protocol, TCP, and the current network environment with respect to how the network's evolution ultimately impacts end-to-end protocols. The traditional end-to-end assumptions about the Internet are increasingly challenged by the introduction of intermediary network elements ...
Keywords: TCP, middleboxes, evolution, internet

7
April 2004
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 50
Downloads (6 Weeks): 0,   Downloads (12 Months): 0,   Downloads (Overall): 66

Full text available: TxtTxt
The purpose of this document is to advance NewReno TCP's Fast Retransmit and Fast Recovery algorithms in RFC 2582 from Experimental to Standards Track status.

8 published by ACM
April 2004 ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review: Volume 34 Issue 2, April 2004
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 36
Downloads (6 Weeks): 1,   Downloads (12 Months): 7,   Downloads (Overall): 3,203

Full text available: PDFPDF
Wireless links have intrinsic characteristics that affect the performance of transport protocols; these include variable bandwidth, corruption, channel allocation delays, and asymmetry. In this paper we review simulation models for cellular, WLAN and satellite links used in the design of transport protocols, and consider the interplay between wireless links and ...

9 published by ACM
March 2004 Communications of the ACM - Homeland security: Volume 47 Issue 3, March 2004
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 28
Downloads (6 Weeks): 13,   Downloads (12 Months): 95,   Downloads (Overall): 3,688

Full text available: HtmlHtml  PDFPDF
Creating an experimental infrastructure for developing next-generation information security technologies.

10
November 2003 ICNP '03: Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 46

TCP performs poorly on paths that reorder packets significantly, where it misinterprets out-of-order delivery as packet loss. The sender responds with a fast retransmit though no actual loss has occurred. These repeated false fast retransmits keep the sender's windowsmall, and severely degrade the throughput it attains. Requiring nearly in-order delivery ...

11 published by ACM
January 2003 ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review: Volume 33 Issue 1, January 2003
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 35
Downloads (6 Weeks): 4,   Downloads (12 Months): 35,   Downloads (Overall): 1,639

Full text available: PDFPDF

12
January 2003
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 139
Downloads (6 Weeks): 3,   Downloads (12 Months): 5,   Downloads (Overall): 198

Full text available: TxtTxt
This document specifies TCP-Friendly Rate Control (TFRC). TFRC is a congestion control mechanism for unicast flows operating in a best- effort Internet environment. It is reasonably fair when competing for bandwidth with TCP flows, but has a much lower variation of throughput over time compared with TCP, making it more ...

13
October 2002
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 38
Downloads (6 Weeks): 0,   Downloads (12 Months): 0,   Downloads (Overall): 26

Full text available: TxtTxt
This document specifies an optional standard for TCP to increase the permitted initial window from one or two segment(s) to roughly 4K bytes, replacing RFC 2414. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the higher initial window, and includes discussion of experiments and simulations showing that the higher initial window ...

14 published by ACM
July 2002 ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review: Volume 32 Issue 3, July 2002
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 164
Downloads (6 Weeks): 8,   Downloads (12 Months): 46,   Downloads (Overall): 1,640

Full text available: PDFPDF
The current Internet infrastructure has very few built-in protection mechanisms, and is therefore vulnerable to attacks and failures. In particular, recent events have illustrated the Internet's vulnerability to both denial of service (DoS) attacks and flash crowds in which one or more links in the network (or servers at the ...

15 published by ACM
January 2002 ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review: Volume 32 Issue 1, January 2002
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 0
Downloads (6 Weeks): 1,   Downloads (12 Months): 8,   Downloads (Overall): 237

Full text available: PDFPDF

16
September 2001
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 193
Downloads (6 Weeks): 0,   Downloads (12 Months): 5,   Downloads (Overall): 126

Full text available: TxtTxt
This memo specifies the incorporation of ECN (Explicit Congestion Notification) to TCP and IP, including ECN's use of two bits in the IP header.

17 published by ACM
August 2001 SIGCOMM '01: Proceedings of the 2001 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 60
Downloads (6 Weeks): 3,   Downloads (12 Months): 35,   Downloads (Overall): 1,232

Full text available: PDFPDF
Most of the traffic in today's Internet is controlled by the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). Hence, the performance of TCP has a significant impact on the performance of the overall Internet. TCP is a complex protocol with many user-configurable parameters and a range of different implementations. In addition, research continues ...
Also published in:
October 2001  ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review - Proceedings of the 2001 SIGCOMM conference: Volume 31 Issue 4, October 2001

18 published by ACM
August 2001 SIGCOMM '01: Proceedings of the 2001 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications
Publisher: ACM
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 49
Downloads (6 Weeks): 1,   Downloads (12 Months): 10,   Downloads (Overall): 927

Full text available: PDFPDF
The recently developed notion of TCP-compatibility has led to a number of proposals for alternative congestion control algorithms whose long-term throughput as a function of a steady-state loss rate is similar to that of TCP. Motivated by the needs of some streaming and multicast applications, these algorithms seem poised to ...
Also published in:
October 2001  ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review - Proceedings of the 2001 SIGCOMM conference: Volume 31 Issue 4, October 2001

19
August 2001 IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (TON): Volume 9 Issue 4, August 2001
Publisher: IEEE Press
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 184
Downloads (6 Weeks): 4,   Downloads (12 Months): 36,   Downloads (Overall): 2,706

Full text available: PDFPDF
Simulating how the global Internet behaves is an immensely challenging undertaking because of the network's great heterogeneity and rapid change. The heterogeneity ranges from the individual links that carry the network's traffic, to the protocols that interoperate over the links, the "mix" of different applications used at a site, and ...
Keywords: Internet, simulation, modeling

20
January 2001
Bibliometrics:
Citation Count: 50
Downloads (6 Weeks): 0,   Downloads (12 Months): 0,   Downloads (Overall): 49

Full text available: TxtTxt
This document proposes a new Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) mechanism that can be used to more effectively recover lost segments when a connection's congestion window is small, or when a large number of segments are lost in a single transmission window. The "Limited Transmit" algorithm calls for sending a new ...



The ACM Digital Library is published by the Association for Computing Machinery. Copyright © 2018 ACM, Inc.
Terms of Usage   Privacy Policy   Code of Ethics   Contact Us