GOODPUT


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GOODPUTGood Quality Output
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Goodput = [number of successfully delivered messages/number of relayed messages]
The network goodput is one of the most important metrics of the evaluation of the protocol.
Frames fragmentation improves transmission goodput by decreasing frames length in a noisy environment.
In Table 7, Goodput gain results for both type-A and B networks are shown.
Higher throughput (or goodput) indicates higher packet delivery rate, higher successful packet transmission rate, and lower packet loss rate.
Finally, we attempt to compare route-over against mesh-under routing schemes in 6LowPAN in terms of goodput for IP end-to-end communication.
Offered Load and * Throughput Aging Frame Size * Loss * Forwarding * Latency/Jitter Performance at Offered Load Application Determine Stateful * Goodput End-User Applications * Transaction Experience --QoS Rates * Response Times Table 1.
Results are evaluated and calculated as the goodput of the standard.
The comparison focuses on the following performance metrics: goodput, average end-to- end delay, routing overhead and normalized routing load.
It prevents data theft, increases network "goodput," reduces network load, support calls and reportable events.
To take account of the packet error due to channel outage, the instantaneous goodput of the [j.sup.th] user (which measures the instantaneous data bits/s/Hz successfully delivered to user j) as
The left bar of each column shows the goodput6 during striping, the right bar indicates the goodput of the total transfer.