‘Selfish’ routers slow the Internet

A little altruism could go a long way in speeding up the Internet. That’s the conclusion two Cornell University computer scientists, Éva Tardos and Tim Roughgarden, came to after finding that computer networks tend to be ‘selfish’ when each tries to route traffic by the fastest pathway, causing that path to become congested and slow

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