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Proceeding of International Conference
Daisuke Ito, Tetsushi Ueta, Border-collision bifurcations for the mathematical model of the TCP-RED, Proc. NOLTA2014, 779-782, Luzern, Sep. 2014.
Abstract: The transmission control protocol with the random early detection (TCP/RED) is an important algo- rithm for the TCP congestion control [1]. It has been mod- eled as a simple second-order discrete-time model, and it performs unique and typical nonlinear phenomena, e.g., bifurcation phenomena, or a chaotic attractor [2, 3]. In this paper, we focus on the discrete-time model of the TCP/RED, and investigate bifurcation structures of it.

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