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Title: EVALUATING THE DIVERSE ALGORITHMS OF TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL UNDER THE ENVIRONMENT OF NS-2

Title: EVALUATING THE DIVERSE ALGORITHMS OF TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL UNDER THE ENVIRONMENT OF NS-2

ABSTRACT-The purpose of this paper is to analyze and compare the different congestion control and avoidance mechanisms which have been proposed for TCP/IP protocols. In this paper, we analyze and compare the performance metrics of different TCP variants, namely TCP Fack, TCP Sack and Rate Based Pacing to classify which variant of TCP performs better in terms of Throughput, Jitter, End to End Delay, Delivery ratio and how many numbers of packet loss. A table is also drawn which shows the comparison results of the variants. This analysis will be useful in determining the best variant among TCP Protocols to ensure better data transfer, speed, and reliability and congestion control. TCP congestion control has been designed to ensure internet stability along with fair and efficient allocation of network bandwidth. To overcome the congestion problem several congestion control and avoiding mechanisms, namely TCP Fack, TCP Sack, Rate Based Pacing are discussed in this paper.

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													Comparative study of the performance of the tcp variants for congestion control in mobile ad-hoc netwoks

1. Comparative study of the performance of the tcp variants for congestion control in mobile ad-hoc netwoks

Abstract: A comparative study has been carried out to find the performance of each of TCP New-Reno, TCP Fack, TCP Sack and TCP Vegas for congestion control in Mobile-Ad-Hoc Networks(MANET). For this, two Ad-hoc routing protocol, such as AODV, DSR and one table driven protocol, DSDV have been implemented. For this various node densities and the above three different protocols, simulation data and thus graphs have been obtained for each of TCP Variants for congestion control mechanisms. The simulation study has been done by using widely recognized network simulator NS-2, version 2.29.3 for Manet. The performance studies have been done by analyzing these data for each of them and comparison has been made and results have been discussed.

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Implementation of TCP Recognition of Broken          Order (TCP-BO) Algorithm

Implementation of TCP Recognition of Broken Order (TCP-BO) Algorithm

Abstract— The transmission control protocol (TCP) is one of the most popular and widely used end-to-end protocols for the Internet today. Unlike routing, where packets are relayed hop-by-hop toward their destination, TCP actually provides reliable end to-end transmission of transport-level segments from source to receiver. As TCP was designed for wired networks it considers that all packet loss in the network is due to congestion. Wireless medium is more exposed to transmission errors and sudden topological changes. So in this paper, we have analyzed the performance of TORA ,which was one of important hierarchal routing protocol under TCP- SACK. In this paper, we also proposed TCP Recognition of Broken Order and Answer with Time Stamp (TCP-BO) algorithm, the negativity of TCP has been conquering, and it is confirmed that broken order packet is delivered due to multi-path routing protocol. The simulation shows that, TCP- BO algorithm has higher performance than TCP-SACK. The TCP with selective acknowledgement scheme (TCP SACK) improves TCP performance by allowing the TCP sender to retransmit packets based on selective ACKs provided by the receiver.

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Simulation based Analysis of TCP Variants over MANET Routing Protocols using NS2

Simulation based Analysis of TCP Variants over MANET Routing Protocols using NS2

Extensive literature survey has been done to find the gaps TCP Variants over MANET Routing Protocols. Yuvaraju B N et al. [13] performed the simulation based analysis of variants of TCP on the three performance metrics such as Throughput, Average End-to-End delay and Packet Delivery ratio in low and high mobility by using ns2 simulator. After analysing the performance from simulated data and graphs obtained, we concluded that out of six TCP variants named TCP TAHOE, TCP RENO, TCP NEW RENO, TCP SACK, TCP FACK and TCP Vegas, performance of TCP Vegas is better for sending data and information due to its better packet delivery ratio and avg. End-to-End delay in both high and low mobility. B.S. Yew et al. [14] performed the simulation based analysis of TCP Vegas versus different TCP variants in homogenous and heterogeneous networks by using network simulator (ns-2). After simulation, it was observed that the overall performances of TCP variants in wired-cum-wireless network are poorer compared to their performances in wired network. It was also observed that TCP Vegas always exhibits significant lower delay as compared to other TCP variants in both wired and wired-cum-wireless network. MACURA et al. [15] described the evaluation and comparison of three control

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Analysis of Various TCP Variants over MANET Routing Protocols

Analysis of Various TCP Variants over MANET Routing Protocols

SACK is associate extension of Reno. Another way to deal with multiple segment losses is to inform the sender that segments have arrived at the receiver. Selective Acknowledgments (SACK) TCP[8] does exactly this. The receiver uses every TCP SACK block to point to the sender one contiguous block of data that has been received out of order at the receiver. Once a SACK blocks are received by the sender, they are accustomed maintain a picture of the receiver queue, i.e., that segments are missing and which have created it to the receiver. Using this information, the sender retransmits solely those segments that are missing, while not looking ahead to a retransmission timeout. Only no section has to be retransmitted, new data segments are sent out.

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A Comprehensive Analysis and Comparison of TCP 
                      Tahoe, TCP Reno and TCP Lite

A Comprehensive Analysis and Comparison of TCP Tahoe, TCP Reno and TCP Lite

solution to the congestion problem. These are called TCP Variants. Traditional TCP is known as TCP Tahoe, after that came different versions of TCP like Reno, New Reno, SACK, FACK, Vegas, and Lite. These are all called variants of TCP because each type possesses some special criteria. TCP Reno is advance version of TCP Tahoe [5] with fast recovery added to it. TCP New Reno applies the newest retransmission mechanism to TCP Reno. TCP SACK provides the facility to specify several additional data packets that have been received out of order within one duplicate acknowledgment(DUPACK) instead of only the last in order packet received [7].TCP Vegas proposes some unique retransmission and congestion control strategies. When Forward ACK [8] is applied to Reno it becomes TCP FACK.

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End to End Delay Performance and Comparative analysis of Various TCP Variants in Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs)

End to End Delay Performance and Comparative analysis of Various TCP Variants in Mobile Ad hoc Networks (MANETs)

The proposed work shows the simulation of five tcp varints :TCP,TCP New Reno, Sack, Vegas and westwood over the three routing protocols which are AODV,DSR,DSDV in MANET. Simulation shows 50 nodes and the transmission of data takes place between these nodes.here the variants are compared on the basis of end to end delay and the analysis is done by using xgraph. The implementation is performed in NS2. From the above results it has been show that in case of AODV routing protocol TCP Sack shows better end to end delay as compare to the other tcp variants, which means that packets reach the destination in much less time in case if SACK as compare to other TCP and due to which more data will reach the destination. In case of DSR, TCP west wood shows less delay and in case of DSDV TCP New Reno shoes less delay as compared to other TCP variants. From the above analysis, it has been found that less delay the packet takes more fast it reaches its destination due to which more data will reach the destination. From the table 2,3 and 4 its has been seen the different time taken by the TCP variants for the transmission of packet number 1 in case of different routing protocols. The tabular form easily shows the comparison of different TCP variants in case of end to end delay and from these tables it has been seen that in case of AODV routinbg protocoil TCP Sack shows better end to end delay means it takes very less for the packet to reach its destination and time taken by TCP Sack is 47.959×10^3 where as in cxase of DSR routing protocol time taken by TCP Westwood is 600.783×10^3 and in case of DSDV routing protocol time taken by TCP New Reno is 4.83603×10^3so it shows that for the same parameter different TCP variants show better performance in case of different routing protocol for better speed, relaibility and better data transmission to avoid comngestion p;roblem.

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Analysis of Various TCP Variants over MANET Routing Protocols

Analysis of Various TCP Variants over MANET Routing Protocols

SACK is associate extension of Reno. Another way to deal with multiple segment losses is to inform the sender that segments have arrived at the receiver. Selective Acknowledgments (SACK) TCP[8] does exactly this. The receiver uses every TCP SACK block to point to the sender one contiguous block of data that has been received out of order at the receiver. Once a SACK blocks are received by the sender, they are accustomed maintain a picture of the receiver queue, i.e., that segments are missing and which have created it to the receiver. Using this information, the sender retransmits solely those segments that are missing, while not looking ahead to a retransmission timeout. Only no section has to be retransmitted, new data segments are sent out.

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SACK: Anonymization of Social Networks by Clustering of K edge connected Subgraphs

SACK: Anonymization of Social Networks by Clustering of K edge connected Subgraphs

Fig 2 shows graph of a sample social network SN, which has two 2-edge-connected subgraphs. Figs 3 to 6 illustrate the process of anonymization by SACK, and sequential clustering by random partition of nodes. Here each node is assumed to be described by two attributes age and country, which for simplicity J is used for Japan and F for France. An anonymized version of network SN, is shown a graph super nodes(b).

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• Ex:If TCP sends segments containing only 1 byte of data , it means 41 byte datagram transfers only 1 byte of user data. Here the overhead is 41/1. which denotes we are using the capacity of the networj very inefficiently. This problem is called silly window syndrome

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Wi TCP: A TCP in Wireless Environment

Wi TCP: A TCP in Wireless Environment

While investigating behavior of TCP, some facts are observed concerning to each cell configuration, for example each cell pertain specific property that consequently affects the TCP performance on large scale. In mobile IP based network, mobile node need to rely on agent advertisement when it is being disconnected. MIPv4’s shorter registration period, causes greater susceptibility to miss out router advertisements. Overlapped region is highly susceptible to collision at the MAC layer particular to MAC 802.11 broadcasts packets, such as router advertisements which do not get retransmitted, if lost due to collision. When mobile host moves in an overlap cell it has been observed that random collisions of advertisement makes overlap region fairly unstable. Therefore, frequently updated registrations are required, where MH can easily miss out consecutive agent advertisements which cause the time out of registration request and it further increases handoff latency. MN has been disconnected for longer time even in overlap region, if any one of the following situations occurs, if agent advertisement is missed by mobile node or registration time out occur or due

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Improve TCP Performance In A Wireless Networks Using TCP Silence Periods

Improve TCP Performance In A Wireless Networks Using TCP Silence Periods

The transport control protocol is the core of the network traffic in the internet and intranet .Traditional networks made up of links with low bit-error rates. Networks with higher bit-error rates, such as those with wireless links, mobile hosts and noisy environment, violate many of the assumptions made by TCP, causing degraded end-to-end performance and produces higher queuing delays, more packet losses and lower throughput in the noisy environment. One problem common to both satellite and wireless networks is that the capacity of these networks, determined by the product of the bandwidth and the network delay that can be more than 10 times greater than in conventional networks. The mismatch between the high capacity of these networks and available storage at the intermediate routers in the network poses unique problems for TCP [1]. In a typical network, TCP optimizes its send rate by releasing increasingly large bursts (or windows) of packets (one burst per Round-Trip Time) to the receiver until it reaches its maximum window size. In a network with a high delay- bandwidth product, however, TCP's maximum window size may be larger than the queue capacity of some of the network's intermediate routers [2]. The paper objective is to transmit out the window of packets over a Round-Trip-Time (RTT), so that packets are injectedinto the network at the desired rate of congestion window size/RTT. The solution will make better use of the available space in TCP-RTT time to improve data transfer and throughput in the connection without affecting forward throughput. Implementation the new TCP technique to obtain better throughput and performance under different low bandwidth networks and wireless networks.

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A Survey of Transport Layer Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks

A Survey of Transport Layer Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks

The authors claim that a number of presented split TCP protocols improve TCP performance but compromises TCP end- to-end semantics. This violation of end-to-end TCP semantics may pose problems in applications that involve transaction- based data transfer. Their proposed protocol is suitable for most of the existing TCP implementations. They show that by intelligent manipulation of proxy buffer and ACKs received from wireless network, the TCP proxy has the ability to drastically enhance network throughput while maintaining the end-to-end TCP semantics. In semi-split-TCP architecture, there are two agents that are responsible to interact with the sender and the mobile host respectively. These agents are named semi- split receiver and semi-split sender. The agents “hook” the TCP packets from network layer. The semi-split receiver agent buffers TCP data and acknowledges the sender using spoofed ACK. The semi-split sender agent forwards the buffered data to the mobile host by using enhanced transport layer protocol.

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The Design and Implement of TCP/IP Protocol Cluster on AVR Singlechip

The Design and Implement of TCP/IP Protocol Cluster on AVR Singlechip

For the testing of TCP protocol, we can choose to write a simple Telnet-Server program based on TCP/IP protocol. Users can access on PC, according to system cue, users can input some simple commands to obtain relevant information. Testing method is: input “telnet 192.168.180.94” on PC. The result is: the system shows that the connection is established successfully, and the associated tip. Input something according to cue, and then obtain appropriate information. Finally, the test shows that TCP protocol modules in the TCP/IP protocol cluster are correct, and the network layer protocol is cor- rect.

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Creating Space: Sack Gardening as a Livelihood Strategy in the Kibera Slums of Nairobi, Kenya

Creating Space: Sack Gardening as a Livelihood Strategy in the Kibera Slums of Nairobi, Kenya

We found no significant difference in house- hold wealth between farmer and nonfarmer house- holds in Kibera. These findings were not surprising given that sack gardening contributes relatively little income to farming households. Additionally, interviews with farmers revealed that they were most likely to spend money earned from selling their vegetables on household expenditures, such as food or cooking charcoal, rather than on durable goods that were counted as part of a household’s total assets. While sack gardening may be impor- tant financially to a household in terms of supple- menting its food supply or providing extra spend- ing money for things like school supplies for chil- dren, we were not able to demonstrate any impact on a household’s long-term wealth, as measured by its physical assets. It does have significant non- monetary benefits, including improving household food security and building social capital among community members (Gallaher, Kerr et al., 2013).

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Deployment of Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) to Maintain the Applications of Data Centers

Deployment of Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) to Maintain the Applications of Data Centers

In addition, there should be protocol to carry all kinds of traffic into data centers even though the storage development of IP protocol like Internet Small Computer System Interface (ISCSI), TCP/IP/Ethernet. It should also have capability to transfer 10 GB/S and handle the problem of Homework (HW) protocol. However, all previous studies until now refer and expect that IP protocol is well scaled into the data center, but there are several fuzzy things and questions about transparency of TCP protocol that is connected with IP protocol for supporting the applications of data centers. For example, the demanding of high data rate, low latency, high robustness, high availability and so on. Since the ambiguity and the weakness of TCP protocol are well known, it is impossible to create or do considerable changes on TCP protocol [3], [4].

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Performance evaluation of TCP congestion control algorithms throughput for CVE based on cloud computing model

Performance evaluation of TCP congestion control algorithms throughput for CVE based on cloud computing model

Collaborative Virtual Environment (CVE) is becoming popular in the last few years; this is because CVE is designed to allow geographically distributed users to work together over the network. Currently, in the development of CVE Systems, Client server architectures with multiple servers are used with TCP as update transmitting transport protocol because of its reliability. With the increasing number of collaborators, the transport protocol is inadequate to meet the system requirements in terms of timely data transmission. The transport protocol (TCP) throughput deteriorates in the network with large delay which leads to unsatisfactory consistency requirement of the CVE systems.We proposed a cloud based architectural model for improving scalability and consistency in CVE in an earlier study. The current paper aims at evaluating and comparing the performance of different TCP variants (Tahoe, Reno, New Reno, Vegas, SACK, Fack and Linux) with the cloud based CVE architecture to determine the suitability of each TCP variant for CVE. A comparative analysis between the different TCP variants is presented in terms of throughput verses elapse time, with increasing number of users in the system. TCP Vegas with the cloud based model was found to be effective for CVE systems based on Cloud Computing .

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Organic Agriculture using Sack and Deck Farm Approach

Organic Agriculture using Sack and Deck Farm Approach

Sackfarm: Sack farm is a system of farming whereby sacks that were formally used for storing food is now used for farming by filling it up with compost. Example includes, the white long fertilizer sack [6]. A well prepared soil such as compost (biofertilizer), biochar and fertisoil or compost fertilizer is used in ratio terms with soil for the sack installation. A PVC pipe of (4” or 5”) is used to pass through the sack into the ground and a well prepared compost is then filled into the sack. Holes are now opened around the sack from top to down for either sowing or transplanting. The PVC pipes (4” or 5”) also contains water exit holes that have the capacity to water crops straight to the roots and keep the sack moisturized for 7 days or more before watering again. This technology ensures efficient water management and usage. The PVC pipe (1”) which is then connected to the reservoir supplies water to the main pipe. Water is then mixed with nutrients and supply to crops and these nutrients are then stored by our biochar [7].

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AN EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUE FOR BRAIN TUMOUR SEGMENTATION AND DETECTION USING 
CUCKOO BASED NEURO FUZZY CLASSIFIER

AN EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUE FOR BRAIN TUMOUR SEGMENTATION AND DETECTION USING CUCKOO BASED NEURO FUZZY CLASSIFIER

The proposed approach depends on the traffic generated from scanning processes in a network. Network traffics with and without performing scanning process have been studied to determine network scanning features, which were called scanning symptoms packets. The Three Layers Approach considers six types of packets as scanning symptoms, which are TCP Synchronous (TCP SYN) packets, TCP Synchronous and acknowledgment (TCP SYN ACK) packets, TCP Reset (TCP RST) packets, ICMP Host unreachable (type 3, code 1) packets, ICMP port unreachable (type 3, code 3) packets, and UDP packets. Scanning symptoms packets are generated through scanning processes due to error messages are produced due to sending probe packets to services or hosts. The approach depends on monitoring and analyzing network traffics to define these packets. Evaluation of the obtained results from applying the Three Layers Approach shows that aggregating symptoms packets from the network helps to increase scanning detection accuracy as shown in evolution section.

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AN EFFICIENT SUPER PEER SELECTION ALGORITHM FOR PEER TO PEER (P2P) LIVE 
STREAMING NETWORK

AN EFFICIENT SUPER PEER SELECTION ALGORITHM FOR PEER TO PEER (P2P) LIVE STREAMING NETWORK

As different implementations of TCP protocols have been introduced, analysis and evaluation studies have been conducted to measure the performance of different TCP variants. For example, [14] compare the performances of different TCP variants with the routing protocols DSDV and AODV, experimented in 20 different ways and find out that TCP Tahoe has the least number of packet drops against the simulation time. Some of the other variants even though they started with a lesser number of packet drops, the TCP Tahoe variant has always the least amount of packet drops in all cases when using AODV and DSDV. [15] study the performance of TCP Vegas versus different TCP variants in homogeneous and heterogeneous wired networks are performed via simulation experiment using network simulator 2 (ns-2). The performance of TCP Vegas outperforms other TCP variants in the homogeneous wired network. However, it achieves unfair throughput in heterogeneous wired network. [16] presents a comprehensive experimental analysis of TCP variants under MPLS with emphasis on Tahoe, Reno and Vegas under different traffic load. It has been found that Reno and Tahoe fail to take advantage of MPLS features whereas Vegas has shown promising results with almost stable, constant end-to-end delay after a transient.[17] Compared TCP Tahoe, NewReno, Vegas, and Sack overself-similar traffic. They found that NewReno did better than other TCP variants with respect to efficiency and throughput. TCP Vegas showed better throughput than Reno. However, we have not found studies that compare the performance analysis of TCP variants in cloud based CVE architecture. In this paper, we present a performance analysis of different TCP variants with cloud based CVE architectural model [18] to determine the suitability of each variant for CVE systems.

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