Characterizing end-host application performance across multiple networking environments

Abstract : Users today connect to the Internet everywhere - from home, work, airports, friend's homes, and more. This paper characterizes how the performance of networked applications varies across networking environments. Using data from a few dozen end-hosts, we compare the distributions of RTTs and download rates across pairs of environments. We illustrate that for most users the performance difference is statistically significant. We contrast the influence of the application mix and environmental factors on these performance differences.
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Diana Zeaiter Joumblatt, Oana Goga, Renata Teixeira, Jaideep Chandrashekar, Nina Taft. Characterizing end-host application performance across multiple networking environments. Infocom 2012, Mar 2012, Orlando, FL, United States. pp.2536-2540. ⟨hal-00726365⟩

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