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REDRecord of Emergency Data
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REDRandom Early Discard
REDReference Entity Database (Credit Derivative Swaps database)
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REDRegistration of Estimated Deficiency
REDRapid Excess Disposal
REDRest, Elevation, Direct pressure (bleeding control model for first aid instruction)
REDRegister of Employees Dismissed (Banking Council of South Africa)
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Random Early Detection (RED) is the most popular AQM scheme.
This section presents a performance evaluation of eight-queue management algorithms, namely, Drop Tail (DT), Random Early Detection (RED), Virtual Queue (VQ), Fair Queuing (FQ), Stochastic Fair Queuing (SFQ), Random Exponential Marking (REM), Deficit Round Robin (DRR), and Proportional Integrated (PI).
The first AQM algorithm called RED(random early detection) provides the mechanism for congestion avoidance.
"Random Early Detection Gateways for Congestion Avoidance" IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking in, 1(4): 397-413.
(i) We propose an improved Random Early Detection (IRED) algorithm for data transmission control in sensor Clouds.
Random Early Detection (RED) is the most popular strategy that adopts the AQM.
To study the robust of the Random Early Detection (RED) algorithm in mitigating LDoS attack, we analyze the RED algorithm and show the principle of the attack, and make the RED algorithm itself mitigate the attack by setting the suitable parameters.
A number of active queue management policies have been proposed, such as random drop [8], early packet discard [9], early random drop [10], random early detection (RED) [11] and its variations (FRED [12], stabilized RED (SRED) [13], and balanced RED (BRED) [14]), BLUE [15], REM [16], PI controller [17], and AVQ [18].
It contains flash cards, study questions, and reference sheets on the topics of QoS components, configuration, traffic classification and marking, queuing, weighted random early detection, traffic conditioners, slow speed links, and design guidelines.
Random early detection, for example, was originally designed for core Internet routing and, when used in the enterprise, can result in excessive packet drops (and poor application performance) for single users and applications.
[3.] Abdeljaber H., Mahafzeh M., Thabtah F., Woodward M., "Fuzzy Logic Controller of Random Early Detection based on Average Queue Length and Packet Loss Rate," Performance Evaluation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems, SPECTS 2008.