Simplicity - transport layer, Computer Networking

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The advantage of this approach is the simplicity  of receiver buffering. The  receiver need not  buffer out of  order packets the sender must maintain the upper and lower bounds of its window and  the position  of next Sequim within this window  the only  piece of information. The receiver need to  maintain  the sequence number  of the  next in order packet. This value is held  in the  variable expected Sequim.

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