Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of WiMAX/WiMAX-Tutorial/RTC/00


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10/29/13 03:38:21 (8 years ago)
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Fraida Fund
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    2828After the experiment, the OML-instrumented peer will send the measurement results to iRODS using the {{{iput}}} command. Inside iRODS, we'll use the iRODS web browser to visualize the results of our experiment.
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     30To log on to our iRODS browser, go to [http://witestlab.poly.edu/irods/web/ http://witestlab.poly.edu/irods/web/] and log in as follows:
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     32 [[Image(irodslogin.png)]]
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    3034The measurement database is organized as a series of key-value-wrid triples. Each {{{key}}} defines a kind of measurement (e.g., RTT or estimated available bandwidth) and each {{{wrid}}} defines a measurement source (e.g., video sender, audio receiver, bandwidth estimator).
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    3236To visualize these measurements, we'll open the {{{sq3}}} file from our experiment in iRODS and click on the '''plot''' tab. From here, we'll be able to set up our visualization.
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    34 For example, we can create the following plot, which shows the round trip time in milliseconds measured by WebRTC:
     38For example, we can create the following plot, which shows the round trip time in milliseconds measured by WebRTC against the time elapsed in the experiment:
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