TCP pacing

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In the field of computer networking, TCP pacing is the denomination of a set of techniques to make the pattern of packet transmission generated by the Transmission Control Protocol less bursty.[1] It can be conducted by the network scheduler.

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  1. ^ Wei, D., Pei Cao, S. Low. "TCP pacing revisited." In Proceedings of IEEE INFOCOM. 2006.

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