R.Jain, "Congestion Control in ATM Networks: Recent Results and Open Problems,"Netword+InterOP General Conference, Session C25, Atlanta, GA, September 28, 1995.

The trend toward increasing link bandwidths, processor speeds, and memory sizes has helped fuel the congestion problem and has made it the key performance issue in the design of networking protocols.

Issues that effect the congestion scheme design for ATM networks are addressed. Recent results related to explicit rate based congestion control approach adapted by the ATM Forum are presented.

We have developed a series of switch algorithms that provide fast high throughput, and low delay to the data traffic. These algorithms have been designed to provide a fast response so that all unused bandwidth is available to the users as soon as possible. The design principles of these algorithms will be presented. Finally, open issues are discussed.

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See also:
Design and Evaluation of Feedback Consolidation for ABR Point-to-Multipoint
Feedback consolidation algorithms for ABR point-to-multipoint connections
Feedback Consolidation Algorithms for ABR Point-to-Multipoint Connections
IP Multicasting: Concepts, Algorithms, and Protocols; IGMP, PRM, CBT, DVMRP,
Rate Based Schemes: Mistakes to Avoid
Switch Algorithms for Multipoint ABR Service over ATM Networks

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