Measuring performance
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Communications benchmark data I provide by comparing the times for sending messages one way to a linear theoretical model needs to be analysed.
Use the data I have collected over a wireless network (this will be supplied). The file consists of two columns; the message size in bytes and the one way time in seconds.
The theoretical model you should compare with is linear: time =mâï¿½ï¿½message sizeîï¿½ï¿½c
Where time and message size are measured in seconds and bytes respectively. For my data the parameters
take the values:
m = 3.40 107 sec/byte
c = 9.00 105 sec
Draw three graphs, each showing data points from the measured data, and a curve obtained from the linear theory (with the parameters given).
1.Overall graph: time vs message size for all messages (linear x and y axes).
2.Latency graph: time vs message size for small messages (say up to 130bytes). This graph is just a blowup of part of the first graph (linear x and y axes).
3.Bandwidth graph: Bandwidth vs (log) message size for all message sizes (log x axis, linear y axis).
Use the data I have collected over a wireless network (this will be supplied). The file consists of two columns; the message size in bytes and the one way time in seconds.
The theoretical model you should compare with is linear: time =mâï¿½ï¿½message sizeîï¿½ï¿½c
Where time and message size are measured in seconds and bytes respectively. For my data the parameters
take the values:
m = 3.40 107 sec/byte
c = 9.00 105 sec
Draw three graphs, each showing data points from the measured data, and a curve obtained from the linear theory (with the parameters given).
1.Overall graph: time vs message size for all messages (linear x and y axes).
2.Latency graph: time vs message size for small messages (say up to 130bytes). This graph is just a blowup of part of the first graph (linear x and y axes).
3.Bandwidth graph: Bandwidth vs (log) message size for all message sizes (log x axis, linear y axis).
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