Date Added: Oct 2012
In this paper, the authors present a framework for unanimous TCP flow window size recovery, "Memorized flow recovery", which differs from most TCP algorithms by memorized window size consolidation as measure to control the window size increment post link recovery from disconnection. It identifies the window size in use during certain iterations, and in event of link recovery from different conditions, system will uses most stabilized percentile value to ensure quick recovery of connectivity and better throughput. Then, the stability of the mechanisms is also investigated via the simulations, and results of the proposed procedure are shown to better than other recovery mechanizes currently being used i.e. TCP-Vegas and upcoming congestion control of TCP based on bandwidth estimation.