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Congestion Control and review TCP functionality

This paper is aimed to discuss congestion control and review TCP functionality that provides congestion control techniques of handling buffer –overflows, loss of packets and congestions that we experience over a network. The primary focus is on discussing the four intertwined algorithms, namely slow start, congestion avoidance, fast retransmit, and fast recovery, which will help us to solve this congestion problem. The algorithms are rooted in the idea of achieving network stability. We demonstrate in this paper how the implementation of this algorithm reduces congestion over the congested network and more importantly how it scales gracefully in the network environment by providing high utilization and low queuing delays.

The Many Faces of Publish and Subscribe and Its Impact on the Future Internet

In this paper, we factor out the common denominator underlying these variants, these decoupling dimensions are illustrated by presenting the publish/subscribe paradigm with traditional interaction paradigms. Second, we present the many variants of publish/subscribe schemes: namely. Topic-based or list-based, content-based and broadcast based. Third, In particular, their respective benefits and shortcomings are discussed in terms of securities and implementations.

The uniqueness of the African Man

Scientific techniques ranging from fossil identification, radio-carbon dating and analysis of DNA – the genetic blueprint passed down from one generation to the next – all support the notion that Africa, in particular, the eastern and southern regions, is the cradle of human civilization.