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2013-08-05 »

"The shortest explanation is that the inhomogenous forcing terms in the
Fokker-Planck equation vanish and the remaining terms are highly
damped.  But I don't suppose this means much to anyone (it
doesn't mean much to me)." – Van Jacobson on congestion control

http://root.org/ip-development/email/vanj.88feb11.txt

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