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Sliding Mode Congestion Controller for Data Transmission Networks with Unknown and Variable Packet Loss Rates

Andrzej BARTOSZEWICZ, Paweł LATOSIŃSKI
Łódź University of Technology, Institute of Automatic Control,
Stefanowskiego 18/22, 90-942 Łódź, Poland
andrzej.bartoszewicz@p.lodz.pl

Corresponding author

Abstract:  In this paper, the problem of data flow control in multi-source connection oriented communication networks is considered. Each source in the considered networks is characterized by its own maximum transmission rate. Furthermore, data packets sent by the sources are transferred through lossy links and some of them can be lost before arriving at a common bottleneck node. The amount of data lost during the transmission is not known, but upper bounded for each source. If at some time the bottleneck link cannot transfer all arriving data, then the excess data is stored in a buffer with limited capacity. In order to eliminate data losses caused by the buffer overflow and to ensure full utilization of the available bandwidth, in this paper a new non-switching type reaching law for discrete time sliding mode control systems is proposed and applied to design a congestion controller for the networks.

Keywords: Communication Networks, Reaching Law Approach, Discrete-Time Sliding Mode Control.

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Andrzej BARTOSZEWICZ, Paweł LATOSIŃSKI, Sliding Mode Congestion Controller for Data Transmission Networks with Unknown and Variable Packet Loss Rates, Studies in Informatics and Control, ISSN 1220-1766, vol. 25(1), pp. 109-121, 2016.

https://doi.org/10.24846/v25i1y201612