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BIC TCP (Binary Increase Congestion control) is one of the congestion control algorithms that can be used for TCP. BIC is optimized for high speed networks with high latency: so-called "long fat networks".
BIC has a unique congestion window (cwnd) algorithm. This algorithm tries to find the maximum where to keep the window at for a long period of time, by using a binary search algorithm.
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