2002 - IEEE Koji Kobayashi Computers and Communications Award "For major contributions to the understanding of network congestion, and the development of congestion control mechanisms, enabling the successful scaling of the Internet."
Van Jacobson focuses on Computer network, World Wide Web, Multicast, The Internet and Distributed computing. Van Jacobson frequently studies issues relating to Internet protocol suite and Computer network. His Internet protocol suite research includes elements of Default gateway, Real-time computing and Packet switching.
His The Internet research incorporates themes from Integrated services and PATH. He interconnects Explicit Congestion Notification, TCP Westwood plus, TCP Vegas and Bandwidth-delay product in the investigation of issues within CUBIC TCP. In general TCP acceleration study, his work on TCP window scale option, H-TCP, Additive increase/multiplicative decrease and HSTCP often relates to the realm of TCP congestion-avoidance algorithm, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Computer network, Network packet, World Wide Web, Distributed computing and The Internet are his primary areas of study. Multicast, Protocol Independent Multicast, Xcast, Content centric and Routing are the core of his Computer network study. His studies in Network packet integrate themes in fields like Identifier and Internet protocol suite.
His The Internet research includes themes of Robust Header Compression and Bufferbloat, Active queue management. While the research belongs to areas of TCP window scale option, Van Jacobson spends his time largely on the problem of Bandwidth-delay product, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Random early detection. Many of his research projects under TCP Friendly Rate Control are closely connected to TCP congestion-avoidance algorithm with TCP congestion-avoidance algorithm, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer network, Content based networking, World Wide Web, Bufferbloat and Phase. His Computer network study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Computer security. In the field of World Wide Web, his study on Information-centric networking overlaps with subjects such as Schema, Automation and Principle of least privilege.
His research in Information-centric networking tackles topics such as Focus which are related to areas like The Internet. Van Jacobson combines subjects such as Real-time computing and CoDel, Active queue management with his study of The Internet. His study on Bufferbloat is covered under Network congestion.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer network, Bottleneck, Bottleneck bandwidth, Bufferbloat and Network congestion. Van Jacobson works in the field of Computer network, focusing on Network packet in particular. Van Jacobson merges Bottleneck with Propagation time in his study.
His Authentication study in the realm of Computer security interacts with subjects such as USable, Principle of least privilege, Network layer and Set.
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RTP: A Transport Protocol for Real-Time Applications
H. Schulzrinne;S. Casner;R. Frederick;V. Jacobson.
RFC 1889 (2003)
Congestion avoidance and control
acm special interest group on data communication (1988)
Random early detection gateways for congestion avoidance
Sally Floyd;Van Jacobson.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (1993)
SDP: Session Description Protocol
M. Handley;V. Jacobson.
Recommendations on Queue Management and Congestion Avoidance in the Internet
B. Braden;D. Clark;J. Crowcroft;B. Davie.
Recommendations on Queue Management and Congestion Avoidance in the Internet (1998)
Receiver-driven layered multicast
Steven McCanne;Van Jacobson;Martin Vetterli.
acm special interest group on data communication (1996)
Named data networking
Lixia Zhang;Alexander Afanasyev;Jeffrey Burke;Van Jacobson.
acm special interest group on data communication (2014)
Link-sharing and resource management models for packet networks
Sally Floyd;Van Jacobson.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (1995)
A reliable multicast framework for light-weight sessions and application level framing
Sally Floyd;Van Jacobson;Ching-Gung Liu;Steven McCanne.
IEEE ACM Transactions on Networking (1997)
An Expedited Forwarding PHB
V. Jacobson;K. Nichols;K. Poduri.
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