Objectives of performance evaluations, Computer Networking

OBJECTIVES

After studying this part, you should be able to:

  • Explain the Metrics for Performance Evaluation;
  • Notify about various Parallel System Overheads;
  • Describe the speedup Law; and
  • enumerate and talk about Performance Measurement Tools.

 

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