ETE: Theoretical transmissions/receptions for a L-limited End to...

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/ETEall.R

Description

This function computes the expected value of the number of transmissions/receptions for End to End model with L-limited retransmissions per packet.

Usage

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ETE(p1, p2, L, N)

Arguments

p1

Data success probability

p2

ACK success probability

L

Maximum number of retransmissions.

N

Number of Hops

Details

When there is no limitation, L value must be set as L=Inf.

Value

The ouput is a matrix containing the following values:

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Success Probability

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Expected Data Transmissions

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Expected ACK Transmissions

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Expected Total Transmissions

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Expected Data Receptions

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Expected ACK Receptions

7

Expected Total Receptions

Author(s)

Christian E. Galarza and Jonathan M. Olate

References

Heimlicher, S., Nuggehalli, P., & May, M. (2007). End-to-end vs. hop-by-hop transport. ACM SIGMETRICS Performance Evaluation Review, 35(3), 59.

Heimlicher, S., Karaliopoulos, M., Levy, H., & May, M. (2007). End-to-end vs. Hop-by-hop Transport under Intermittent Connectivity (Invited Paper). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Autonomic Computing and Communication Systems.

See Also

MCETE

Examples

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#An N=5 End to End system with limited L=7 retransmission per hop
ETE(p1=0.65,p2=0.4,L=7,N=5)

#An unlimited N=5 End to End system
ETE(p1=0.65,p2=0.4,L=Inf,N=5)

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