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TCP/IP: what does it do, and why does it work

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I will be talking about congestion control aspects of TCP , and why it’s a sensible protocol for allocating (upload and) download rates. I might get around to figuring out what the /IP part does. This will be closely following the corresponding part of the Part III Stochastic Networks course.

This talk is part of the Statistical Laboratory Graduate Seminars series.

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