Same conditions as in Figure 1
except for delays: this shows the speedup gained from the remembering mechanism
over the conventional TCP depending on a delay introduced in order to simulate
a wider network. The bigger the delay, the wider the simulated network.
The x-axis is the delay introduced when measuring the speedup. The y-axis
is the actual speedup, computed as follows:
For a given amount of data to transmit:
Speedup = (TimeConventional TCP/TimeRemembering TCP)
Each of the four curves shows the speedup gained in the
transmission of a given amount of data: 10 MB, 20 MB, 30 MB and 40 MB.
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