Robust 2-DoF PID control for Congestion control of TCP/IP Networks
AbstractThis paper presents how Robust PID control can improve the performance of congesion control on TCP/IP networks. The proposed approach is compared with other control methods, such as PI control or RED/AQM, showing the advantages of the proposed technique.
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