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Ranysha Ware

I am a PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University advised by Professor Justine Sherry and Professor Srinivasan Seshan. I study computer networks, with a current focus on transport protocols and congestion control algorithms. I am a Facebook Emerging Scholar and a two-time GEM Fellow.

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Modelling BBR’s Interactions with Loss-based Congestion Control
Modelling BBR’s Interactions with Loss-based Congestion Control
Ranysha Ware — 03 Feb 2020

BBR has rapidly become a major player in Internet congestion control. BBR’s fairness or friendliness to other connections has recently come under scrutiny as measurements from multiple research groups have shown undesirable outcomes when BBR competes with traditional congestion control algorithms (CCAs). In our research we developed a model capturing BBR’s behaviour in competition with loss-based CCAs.… Read more

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