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transmission delay, and performance. compare MP-PS with the DCCP and AVQ algorithms, interm of Average Throughput MP-PS algorithms in term of 80 number of FTP (File TransferProtocol) flows it gives us 0.9 Average throughputs, on the other side, DCCP and AVQ on same80 number of FTP flow it gives us 0.6 and 0.4 Average throughputs. the existing MP-PSalgorithms achieve (44%) in terms of throughput. The experimental result indicates that MP-PSmakes better use of this buffer length with minimal packet loss and transmission delay. They canthen be used to evaluate different data transfer rates and information priority requirements [25].2.5.Performance of various algorithms in difference scenario:Research continues to show inefficiency in Edge IoT's multimediaresources. Transmission Protocol for (MPTCP), has the natural benefits ofbandwidth and robustness aggregation. FD-MVQS was proposed in the edge Internetof Things to increase MPTCP performance. Edge IoT benefits from advances incommunication technology such as 801.11ax and 5G. Edge IoT is also seeing the rise ofmultimedia services like self-driving, monitoring, and enhanced reality. The transmission stillfaces the problem of unreliability and low throughput. MPTCP, an extension oftraditional TCP, is described in RFC 8684, offers a solution. Low RTT tracks the RTT ofevery subflow and transfers the segments with the lowest RTT to the subflow. RTT in edgeIoT is not precise enough to calculate the segment arrival in sequence. The MPTCPdefault scheduling algorithm is Low-RTT. Low-RTT is able for networks withminimum subflow latency gaps and minimum packet loss rate, but it is notappropriate to edge IoT. MPTCP is more suitable for IoT because it has higher throughputand reliability. To optimize the performance of MPTCP in the edge IoT, the author proposed(FD-MVQS). FD-MVQS is a two-plan scheduling system that is a control and data30
plane. The FD-MVQS consists of three components: MVQS, TFE andCTADP. These modules work with the control and data.Throughput & disordered segments:Compared with DPSAF, FD-MVQS can reducedisordered fragments by 60%, and can reduce by about 90% compared with LowRTT. The faster the segments are delivered to the application layer, were smaller ones,number of degraded segments.retransmission rate:Compared to DPSAF, FD–MVQS can reduce theretransmission rates by 53.61% and 55.08%, 57.05% 58.07%, 58.07%,55.74%, 58.07%, 58.07%, 57.84% and 58.07%.FD-MVQS can reduce theretransmission rates by 83.31% and 82.01%, respectively [26].Software-defined networks (SDN), are a key technique to deploy fifth-generationcommunications (5G). Software-defined wireless networks (SDWN) are designed to maximizenetwork performance. The multipath transmission control protocol (MPTCP) will utilizemultiple interfaces simultaneously to increase bandwidth, load balance and to enhancerobustness. MPTCP focuses in the main on transmission performance to increasing thethroughput and decrease the latency. Unfortunately, most researchers focus only on transmissionperformance and neglect the price cost. That is another concern that users have. The challenges itbrings are:1)

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Term
Spring
Professor
farhan mukhtiar
Tags
Transmission Control Protocol, MPTCP

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