It defines the quality in which the data is transmitted from the sender to the receiver. It also includes the success in packet delivery and quality of the packets.
It is in short as PDR that defines the total number of packets that are successfully transmitted from a node.
This metric denotes the time delay that occur in the path while the data is transmitted between source to destination.
This parameter defines the successful packet transmission in accordance to the time.
It is the measure of time that is taken by a bit of packet to travel towards its next hop neighbour node.
This metric is defined only for a dynamic network in which the nodes move at different speeds in the network.
This parameter is the measure of the existence of latency in the transmission of the packet.
The amount of energy that are utilized by the nodes in the networks is measured with respect to the initial energy.
This parameter is estimated while the routing protocol is used. This defines the enormous flow of packets at limited bandwidth is called routing overhead.
This metric determines the number of packets that are lost on each transmission of the pairs of source and destination.
This parameter defines the number of hops that are present in the selected routing path. The lesser the hop counts gives shortest route.
This metric enables to compute the amount of power that is present in the signals during transmission.
The parameter congestion denotes the clashing of signals between two or more devices in the network.
The efficiency deals with the correctness in the exchange of the data in the whole network. As a total measure this network efficiency is evaluated.
The network lifetime depends on the amount of energy consumed by all the nodes in the network.
This metric is computed in number as per the nodes that are active at the end of simulation after a particular time period.
This metric determines the ability of the network that depends on the capability of the scalable and reliable aspects of the network.
It defines the time taken for the cryptography algorithm to convert the plain text into cipher text and vice versa.
This parameter gives the exactness in the identification of the attackers participating in the network.
The path of moving network nodes is measure in meters or kilometres to identify their ability in travelling.
This is a factor that defines the amount of packets that are buffered in the particular network device that may overflow.
The level of security is measured in terms of bits where the strongest cipher text is determined.
The handover metric defines the number of times a particular devices moves from one connectivity to another.
The SNR gives the amount of noise and signals that exists in a particular channel between two nodes.
This determines the time taken for the migration of packets from one network entity to another.
This metric denotes the amount of time the selected cluster head sustains as a head for that cluster.
This parameter gives the amount of redundant data packet that is present in the collected packets.
This metric defines the number of packets that are dropped in the link during data transmission.
The time taken for the node to receive a response for the given request defines the response time.
This metric defines the satisfaction of the given request by the node for a particular content.
This parameter defines the amount of resources used in the network by the nodes for their transmission.
The scalability measure the ability of the network at increasing number of nodes in the network.
This metric defines the amount of bandwidth that is consumed by the nodes to perform their transmission.
Data rate denotes the use of communication technology that gives faster speed in data transmission.
The node degree defines the number of nodes that are connected to a particular node. In simple this means connectivity.
This parameter defines the number of clusters that are created in the network. The performance at larger and smaller number of clusters is analysed.
This metric is a measure of time that determined from the time at which the packets stay in a buffer of the node.
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