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Analysis and Comparison We further investigate three performance criterions such as packet delivery rate, average end-to-end delay and normalized routing overhead in our proposed competition-based scheme.
End-to-end delay is defined as the duration between the time at which the initial bit of the packet is transferred from the sender side and the time at which the last bit of the similar packet is received by the receiver.
End-to-end delay or one-way delay (OWD) refers to the time taken for a packet to be transmitted across a network from source to destination.
Using metrics like average End-to-End Delay, packet delivery ratio and throughput under TCP and CBR based traffic models the performance of theses protocols were investigated.
OLA-based approaches have been shown theoretically to have significant advantages over conventional multi-hop networks in terms of total energy transmitted, lower node complexity, connectivity, and end-to-end delay.
In order to utilize the network resources efficiently, HCAR absorbs the quintessence of ZRP to use proactive strategy between nodes within individual clusters and reactive strategy between clusters, not like CBRP to use on-demand strategy between nodes of both intracluster and intercluster communication to purely decrease the routing overhead and HSR, CGSR to use table-driven strategy to communicate in both intra- and interzone to decrease average end-to-end delay but increase the cost of routing overhead unwillingly.
The end-to-end delay (EtoE) is the average time taken for data packets to reach the destination.
if all queues are empty), congestion-related loss and queuing delay will constantly be zero, jitter will be low for all packets, and data flows will experience the maximum throughput and minimum end-to-end delay that is possible on their path.
My own experiments have shown that a second kind of presence--the feeling of really being face to face with another person--requires an end-to-end delay (including hardware, software, and network transmission) of around 100 milliseconds or less between your movement and the other person's perception of that movement.
Throughputs and average end-to-end delay are compared at different speed and different size of nodes.
Our experimentation results show that the RSVP protocol reduces the packet end-to-end delay, however, the impact is dependent upon the amount of data being transmitted along the reservation path.
The difficulty of a maximal end-to-end delay prediction is related especially to the random traffic behaviour within waiting queues belonging to network nodes.