Papers on protocols in the TCP Paradigm

This page contains papers on protocols in the "TCP Paradigm". It starts out with the
original paper on the Square Root Law for TCP. It then continues with more general
papers on protocols in the TCP Paradigm.

"Papers in the TCP Paradigm" is a sequence of papers attempting to construct a class of
Transport Protocols that are (much) better than TCP in efficiently using scarce network
resources, do a better job in quickly adapting to changing circumstances, do not
over-react to minor loss, yet keep the overall network stable, etc.

The papers below (in chronological order) give most of the mathematical background. I am
currently working on more protocol-specific issues. I estimate I will have to write about 4
more papers to complete the sequence.
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