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Round trip time TCP tracking: a first step towards QoS pricing

Bibliographic reference Mounier, H ; Bastin, Georges ; Veque, V ; Zitoune, L. Round trip time TCP tracking: a first step towards QoS pricing. In: International Journal of Systems Science, Vol. 34, no. 10-11, p. 607-614 (2003)
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