The End- to- End Effects of Internet Path Selection Stefan Savage, Andy Collins, Eric Hoffman, John Snell, Tom Anderson Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of Washington. Rahul Mangharam. Motivation.
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The End- to- End Effects ofInternet Path SelectionStefan Savage, Andy Collins, Eric Hoffman, John Snell, Tom AndersonDepartment of Computer Science and EngineeringUniversity of Washington
Metric: CDF of difference between the mean RTT and the mean value derived for the best alternate path
30%- 55% of default paths have longer round- trip times
from TCP RTT
and loss rate
95% confidence interval
RTT.[log1.5(TransferSize/2.MSS) + 1]