Infinite Queue Management via Cascade Control for Industrial Routers in Smart Grid IP Networks

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Kim, Ku-Hwan; To, Hoang-Linh; Hwang, Won-Joo; Lee, Jung-Tae;

Smart grid applications experience an extremely wide range of communication delay. Data flows of those applications are normally aggregated at industrial network routers in substations, forminfinite (long) queues termed bufferbloat issue, and might damage the operation ... View more
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