Determining the Adaptive Control of Congestion in Tough Wireless Environments using DCM+ Algorithm
The goal of this research is to figure out DCM+, a new data network congestion control mechanism. Dynamic Congestion Control for Mobile Networks is what it stands for. New metrics, such as the normalised advance index (NAI) and entire transmission time, have been devised and introduced (CTT). The simulations are carried out on a single-hop topology (sender-router-receiver). This methodology produces outstanding results that are, in most situations, superior to alternative approaches. Our proposed protocol’s great features were made attainable by tracking the available slow-start threshold. Improved performance, reduced end-to-end delay, and cut transmission time in half. DCM+ was able to incorporate many of the benefits of the protocols NewReno and Westwood+ at the same time. The results reveal that DCM+ is exceptionally suitable for a variety of network types. The primary principle of control theory, feedback, was employed to control network congestion. As feedback signals, the Round-Trip-Time (RTT) and Retransmission Timeout (RTO) parameters are utilised to alter the next congestion window (cwnd).
Author (S) Details
Dr. Rushdi Hamamreh
Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Al-Quds University, Jerusalem, Palestine.
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