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2008年04月28日

【期刊论文】Improve throughput of TCP-Vegas in multihop ad hoc networks

王新兵, Lianghui Ding, Xinbing Wang, Youyun Xu, , Wenjun Zhang

Computer Communications xxx (2008) xxx–xxx,-0001,():

-1年11月30日

摘要

Performance of TCP-Vegas is not satisfactory in multihop ad hoc networks over IEEE 802.11 MAC protocol. We analyze the problem with a unified network model and a TCP source window model. We observe that Vegas cannot maintain the optimal window with maximum average throughput when the network capacity is smaller than the reset slow start threshold of Vegas. The aggregate throughput of all traffics decreases as the load of network increases. The main reasons lie in Vegas’s large minimum congestion window, large reset slow start threshold and aggressive window increase policy. All of them induce overload of the network, which cause packet losses at MAC layer and over-reaction at routing layer. These in return result in the breakup of end-to-end connections and reduce the throughput. To fix these problems, we propose a modified TCP protocol based on TCP-Vegas for multihop ad hoc networks, called Vegas-W. We extend congestion window to fraction with a rate control timer under the TCP sending process. Probing mechanisms of legacy TCP-Vegas in both slow start and congestion avoidance phases are changed to increase congestion window after receiving more than one ACK. Furthermore, we update slow start threshold by tracking stable window. We evaluate the performance of Vegas-W through ns-2. Extensive simulation results show that Vegas-W can improve the throughput up to 87% over legacy TCP-Vegas over a variety of topologies including chain, grid, star, dumbbell and hammer, etc.

TCP, Vegas, Throughput, Ad hoc, DSR, 802., 11

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2008年04月28日

【期刊论文】Local and global stability of TCP-newReno/RED with many flows

王新兵, Xinbing Wang, Do Young Eun

Computer Communications xxx (2007) xxx–xxx ,-0001,():

-1年11月30日

摘要

Stability is one of the important issues for a TCP/AQM (Active Queue Management) system. In this paper, we study the local and global stability of TCP-newReno/RED under many flows regime. The existing results of the local stability are mostly for TCP-Reno, not for new Reno. These results are obtained based on a small scale model with a few number of flows and thus cannot be blindly applied to a large system with many flows. Moreover, traditional approaches for the global stability based on Lyapunov functions is not suitable for a system with a large amount of flows due to its complexity. Motivated by this, we present a normalized discrete-time model to capture the essential dynamics of TCP-newReno/RED with many flows and obtain its local stability criterion. The normalized model allows us to proceed numerical iterations to analyze the global stability in an efficient manner. Our results show that by properly choosing some ‘free’ parameters, we can always ensure that a locally stable TCP-newReno/RED system is in fact globally stable. Our results become more accurate as the number of flows increases. Finally, we extend our normalized model to the case of heterogeneous RTTs.

TCP, NewReno, Local stability, Global stability

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2008年04月28日

【期刊论文】A Game Approach for Multi-Channel Allocation in Multi-Hop Wireless Networks

王新兵, Lin Gao, Xinbing Wang

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-1年11月30日

摘要

Channel allocation was extensively investigated in the framework of cellular networks, but it was rarely studied in the wireless ad-hoc networks, especially in the multi-hop ad-hoc networks. In this paper, we study the competitive multi-radio channel allocation problem in multi-hop wireless networks in detail. We model the channel allocation problem as a static cooperative game, in which some players collaborate to achieve high date rate. We propose the min-max coalition-proof Nash equilibrium (MMCPNE) channel allocation scheme in the game, which aims to max the achieved date rates of communication links. We analyze the existence of MMCPNE and prove the necessary conditions for MMCPNE. Furthermore, we propose several algorithms that enable the selfish players to converge to MMCPNE. Simulation results show that MMCPNE outperforms CPNE and NE schemes in terms of achieved data rates of the multi-hop links due to cooperation gain.

Multi-Radio, Channel Allocation, Game Theory, Nash Equilibria

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2008年04月28日

【期刊论文】Achieving weighted fairness and efficient channel utilization in IEEE 802. 11e WLANs

王新兵, Wei Zhang, Jun Sun, Xinbing Wang

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-1年11月30日

摘要

This paper addresses the problem of maximizing the protocol capacity of 802.11e networks, under the assumption that each access category (AC) has the same packet length. We prove that the maximal protocol capacity can be achieved at an optimal operating point with the medium idle probability of e−√2/T*c, where T*c is the duration of collision time in terms of slot unit. Our results indicate that the optimal operating point is independent of the number of stations and throughput ratio among ACs, which means the proposed analytical results still hold even when throughput ratio and station number are time-varying. Further, we show that the maximal protocol capacity can be achieved in saturated cases by properly choosing the protocol parameters. We present a parameter configuration algorithm to achieve both efficient channel utilization and proportional fairness in IEEE 802.11e EDCA networks. Extensive simulation and analytical results are presented to verify the proposed ideas.

IEEE 802., 11e, parameter configuration, performance analysis, protocol capacity, wireless LAN

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2008年04月28日

【期刊论文】Performance Analysis of TCP/AQM with Generalized AIMD under Intermediate Buffer Sizes

王新兵, Do Young Eun, Xinbing Wang

Preprint submitted to Elsevier Science 29 March 2007,-0001,():

-1年11月30日

摘要

For TCP/AQM systems, the issue of buffer sizing has recently received much attention. The classical rule-of-thumb suggests O(N) buffer size to ensure full link utilization when N TCP flows share a bottleneck link of capacity O(N), while recent empirical study shows the buffer of size O(√N) is enough to yield high utilization (say, 95%) for large N. However, these results are all limited to the drop-tail scheme and there has been no systematic modeling framework for any buffer sizing between O(√N) and O(N). In this paper, we study the limiting behavior of a TCP/AQM system for an intermediate buffer sizing of O(Nγ) (0.5 ≤γ< 1). We develop a stochastic model in a discrete-time setting to characterize the system dynamics and then show that we can have 100% link utilization and zero packet loss probability for a large number of flows when the buffer size is chosen anywhere between O(√N) and O(N). Our model is general enough to cover any queue-based AQM scheme with ECN marking (including the drop-tail) and various generalized AIMD (Additive-Increase-Multiplicative-Decrease) algorithms for each TCP flow. We also provide arguments showing that the discrete-time based modeling can effectively capture all the essential system dynamics under our choice of scaling (0.5 ≤γ< 1) for buffer size as well as AQM parameters.

Congestion Control, Buffer Sizing, Active Queue Management, Discrete-time Stochastic Models, Performance Analysis

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