thanks for having joined the IRC channel, Hlabishi and Chris, that's really speeding the discussions up a lot, I guess :). Just wanted to throw in another idea open for discussions which is refering to Hlabisihi's packet count weighting.
What do you guys think about pushing this concept even one step further and removing the local packet count window? And instead using a "smoother" exponential weighted average which got very popular in TCP for it's RTT estimations:
RQ_new = f(newseqno, lastseqno, RQ_old, α) = (1-α) * RQ_old + α * 1 / Δ(newseqno, lastseqno)
As in TCP, α is then the parameter for tweaking on how much more priority a newer packet shall have and is chosen between 0 (conservative) and 1 (opportunistic).
What do you think?
On Wed, Dec 01, 2010 at 01:30:18PM +0100, Marek Lindner wrote:
On Wednesday 01 December 2010 10:46:10 hlabishi kobo wrote:
Thank you for considering this concept, i am working on the implementation now. I would love to attend your IRC channel discussions, just tell date and time.
The IRC meetings are less formal. Just join us when you have the time. People hang out there all the time.