Performance Evaluation of Fuzzy based Congestion Control for TCP/IP Networks

Keywords: Congestion, distributed network, Fuzzy Logic, QoS


It by and large acknowledged that the trouble of system congestion control stays a basic issue and a high need, particularly given the developing size, request, and speed (transfer speed) of the inexorably coordinated administrations systems. In spite of the examination endeavors spreading over several decades and accordingly the sizable measure of different plans proposed, there are no generally worthy control arrangements. Current arrangements in existing systems are progressively getting insufficient, and it's commonly acknowledged that these arrangements can only with significant effort extent even with different proposed "fixes". In this paper, a Fuzzy based congestion control is talked about to manage the congestion control issue. The exhibition of the controlled framework is assessed by means of reenactment.


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How to Cite
Navale, M., & Sridharan, B. (2020). Performance Evaluation of Fuzzy based Congestion Control for TCP/IP Networks. International Journal of Computer Communication and Informatics, 2(1), 16-24.

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