Throughput

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Delay, Loss, and Throughput in Packet-Switched Networks
Delay, Loss, and Throughput in Packet-Switched Networks

Back in "What is the Internet", we described that the Internet can be viewed as an infrastructure that gives services to allocated applications running on end systems. Preferably, we would like Internet services to be able to move as much data as we want between any two end

Tags throughput, host, packet switching
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Throughput in Computer Networks
Throughput in Computer Networks

As well as delay and packet loss, another critical performance measure in computer networks is end-to-end throughput. To describe throughput, consider transferring a large file from Host A to Host B across a computer network. This transfer might be, for instance, a large

Tags packet loss, throughput, communication links
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Transport Services Provided by the Internet
Transport Services Provided by the Internet

Up until this point, we have been studying transport services that a computer network could provide generally. Let's now get more particular and look at the type of application support provided by the Internet. The Internet (and, more usually, TCP/IP networks) makes two

Tags transmission rate, tcp connection, throughput, network applications
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