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RUN studies, evaluates, measures, models and improves the TCP/IP performance over ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) terrestrial and satellite networks, considering all service categories being standardized. The objective of this study is to determine the best technological choices for high-speed and bursty applications, which are tolerant to delay variations but very sensitive to losses.

RUN currently carries this research in the IWT-TCP project which is supported by the Flemish Institute for the promotion of Scientific and Technological Research in the Industry (IWT) and by Alcatel Bell (Antwerp).

Earlier, RUN had been involved in the RACE CIO and ACTS ACCOPI and OKAPI projects on this topic.


Publications

* A RED discard strategy for ATM networks and its performance evaluation with TCP/IP Traffic
V. Rosolen, O. Bonaventure and G. Leduc
Keywords : ATM, fairness, performance, RED, simulation, TCP/IP, UBR
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ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, vol. 29, nb. 3, July 1999, pp. 23-43
* Impact of cell discard strategies on TCP/IP in ATM UBR networks
V. Rosolen, O. Bonaventure and G. Leduc
Keywords : ATM, fairness, performance, RED, simulation, TCP/IP, UBR
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Proc. of 6th Workshop on Performance Modelling and Evaluation of ATM Networks (IFIP ATM'98), Jul. 1998, Ilkley, UK
* A simulation study of TCP with the GFR service category
O. Bonaventure
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Proc. of Third International Workshop on Architecture and Protocols for High-Performance Networks, 15-20 Jun. 1997, Schloss Dagstuhl, Germany, A. Danthine, O. Spaniol, W. Effelsberg, D. Ferrari (eds.), High-Performance Networks for Multimedia Applications, pp. 19-53, Kluwer Academic Publishers
* Is VBR a solution for an ATM LAN ?
O. Bonaventure, E. Klovning and A. Danthine
Keywords : Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), measurements, TCP, Usage Parameter Control (UPC), Variable Bit Rate (VBR) traffic contract
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Proc. of the Fifth IFIP Workshop on Protocols for High Speed Networks, 28-30 Oct. 1996, Sophia Antipolis, France, W. Dabbous, C. Diot (eds.), Protocols for High-Speed Networks V, IFIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 73, pp. 60-74, Chapman & Hall
* Behaviour of TCP in the European ATM Pilot
O. Bonaventure, E. Klovning and A. Danthine
Keywords : Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), measurements, TCP, Usage Parameter Control (UPC)
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Computer Communications, vol. 19, nb. 3, Mar. 1996, pp. 264-275
* Behaviour of XTPX in the European ATM Pilot
E. Klovning and O. Bonaventure
Keywords : Asynchronous Transfer Mode, measurements, policing, usage parameter control, XTP
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European Transactions on Telecommunications, special issue on ATM Field Trials and Experiments, vol. 7, nb. 5, Sep.-Oct. 1996, pp. 445-454
* TCP/IP and the European ATM Pilot
O. Bonaventure, A. Danthine, E. Klovning and O. Danthine
Keywords : Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), measurements, TCP, Usage Parameter Control (UPC)
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Proc. of the 1995 International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP95), 7-10 Nov. 1995, Tokyo, Japan, M. Liu (ed.), pp. 270-277, IEEE Computer Society Press

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