An Efficient Method for Improving Quality of Service using TCP/IP Incast Congestion Model

Transport Control Protocol (TCP) incast congestion happens when number of senders work in parallel with the same receiver where the high bandwidth and low latency network problem occurs. For many data center network application such as many to one, heavy traffic is present on such server. Incast congestion degrades the performance as the packets are lost at server side due to buffer overflow and hence the response time will be more. To improve the performance, main idea is to design an Incast congestion Control for TCP (ICTCP) scheme on the receiver side by implementing grid computing for process allocation as well as sub server scheduling to achieve Flow Shop Scheduling Process (FSSP).

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