ATCS


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ATCS

Abbreviation for:
adducted thumb-clubfoot syndrome
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The utility of redundant packets in ATCS is to cope with link error over satellite links.
First, ATCS starts an encoding timer in order to collect N packets to deploy network coding.
On receiving a control packet, instead of attempting to wait for more TCP packet to code, ATCS forwards it directly to IP layer for transmission.
On receiving a NC packet, ATCS will start decoding process.
Also note that only N packets, instead of M packets, are needed to decode, which is a nice property of ATCS.
We have implemented ATCS in the network modeler OPNET.
TCP New Reno, TCP Reno and TCP SACK) are compared with the ATCS in all simulation scenarios.
7-(a) displays the average throughput of all schemes when BER is 10-6 and ATCS has a light throughput gain of around 2%.
8 shows the file download time performance of ATCS and three TCP variants.
The validated models were then used to evaluate the performance of ATCS.
Using the validated microscopic traffic simulation models, the results of comparative evaluation of the models with and without the application of ATCS can be obtained for the whole network.
In response to Francis' (1993) recommendation that the ATCS be utilized in other research contexts, the reliability and validity scores of this study nearly identically matched those of Francis' findings and permitted the identification of a number of student demographic variables that positively correlated with students' attitudes toward computers.