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Performance evaluation of congestion window validation for DASH transport

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Performance evaluation of congestion window validation for DASH transport. / Nazir, Sajid; Hossain, Ziaul; Secchi, Raffaello; Broadbent, Matthew; Petlund, Andreas; Fairhurst, Gorry.

NOSSDAV '14 Proceedings of Network and Operating System Support on Digital Audio and Video Workshop. New York : ACM, 2014. 67.

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Nazir, S, Hossain, Z, Secchi, R, Broadbent, M, Petlund, A & Fairhurst, G 2014, Performance evaluation of congestion window validation for DASH transport. in NOSSDAV '14 Proceedings of Network and Operating System Support on Digital Audio and Video Workshop., 67, ACM, New York. https://doi.org/10.1145/2597176.2578275

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Nazir, S., Hossain, Z., Secchi, R., Broadbent, M., Petlund, A., & Fairhurst, G. (2014). Performance evaluation of congestion window validation for DASH transport. In NOSSDAV '14 Proceedings of Network and Operating System Support on Digital Audio and Video Workshop [67] ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/2597176.2578275

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Nazir S, Hossain Z, Secchi R, Broadbent M, Petlund A, Fairhurst G. Performance evaluation of congestion window validation for DASH transport. In NOSSDAV '14 Proceedings of Network and Operating System Support on Digital Audio and Video Workshop. New York: ACM. 2014. 67 https://doi.org/10.1145/2597176.2578275

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Nazir, Sajid ; Hossain, Ziaul ; Secchi, Raffaello ; Broadbent, Matthew ; Petlund, Andreas ; Fairhurst, Gorry. / Performance evaluation of congestion window validation for DASH transport. NOSSDAV '14 Proceedings of Network and Operating System Support on Digital Audio and Video Workshop. New York : ACM, 2014.

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