Performance of Communication Protocols Using Multiplexed Channels

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The protocol efficiency is the most usually used protocol performance measure; it defines the maximum throughput in a nonmultiplexed environment and determines the quality of a protocol from the user’s viewpoint. In this paper, the protocol relative efficiency is defined as the ratio of a successful transfer rate against the load imposed on the channel… (More)

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@inproceedings{Hercog2015PerformanceOC, title={Performance of Communication Protocols Using Multiplexed Channels}, author={Drago Hercog}, year={2015} }