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CHAPTER-6 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND RESULT 6.1 Introduction This chapter of this
research refers the performance analysis for the routing methods for efficient and energy
efficient routing protocol to increase the Packet Delivery Ratio (PDR) and diminish the End-End
Delay during the network communication. 6.1.1

Packet Delivery Ratio (PDR) PDR describes

the ratio of the number of packets sent by the source node and the number of packets
received by the

destination

node. The

ratio of packets

that are successfully delivered to a destination compared to the number of packets that have
been sent out by the sender is shown in Figure 6.1. PDR=RatioPacket Sent+Ratio(Packet
Received) Figure 6.1: PDR Evaluation for Proposed Models 6.1.2 End-End Delay (E-E Delay) This
performance metric is utilized to compute the average of E-E Delay of data packet transfer.
The E-E Delay requires the average consumption of time between packets initially transfer by
the time and the source node for the destination receive. The queuing the packets and the
propagation

delays are attained with this illustration and figure 6.2 depicts the illustration. EED = AVG (T
Sent Initial Packet + T Receive Initial Packet) n

Figure 6.2: End-End Delay Evaluation for Proposed Models

6.1.3 Energy Consumption (EC) The energy taken by all the nodes in the network

is computed as the summation of packets send and received among the communication is
called Energy Consumption (EC). Thus the total energy consumption of the communication is
evaluated based on the total number of packets which is transmitted among network. EC=
Sending Receiving Data

Figure 6.3: Average Energy Consumption Ratio for Proposed Models

No. of Nodes EPDRMPR DCBLE EEDACS

PDR (%) E-E Delay (s) PDR (%) E-E Delay (s) PDR (%) E-E Delay (s) 200 33 53 64 32 89 27 400 70
46 51 31 81 28 600 36 45 53 43 84 20 800 74 58 74 40 85 22 1000 42 48 53 36 71 19

Table 6.1: Performance Evaluation of PDR and E-E Delay for Proposed Methodologies Figure
6.3 illustrates the average energy consumption ratio for the all proposed models EPDRMPR,
DCBLE and EEDACS for routing an energy efficient protocol for communication. Then the
performance evaluation table is depicted in Table 6.1.

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6.1.4 Network Throughput (

NT)

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The NT of the network is computed with respect to the number of

packets which are successfully transmitted and received among the communication from
source to destination node and time in ‘s’. The proposed models evaluation of NT is depicted
in the following Figure 6.4. The figure illustrates that the model EEDACS probably obtains high
throughput of the network. Network Throughput=S(Packet Sent+ Packet Received )

Figure 6.4: Network Throughput Evaluation for Proposed Models

No. of Nodes EPDRMPR DCBLE EEDACS

Energy (%) Throughput Energy (%) Throughput Energy (%) Throughput 200 83 0.6657 74
0.7555 40 0.8643 400 76 0.5467 68 0.7676 32 0.9765 600 86 0.8764 68 0.5454 30 0.7856 800 87
0.9887 69 0.5787 54 0.8987 1000 73 0.7565 61 0.5888 40 0.8689

Table 6.2: Performance Evaluation of Energy Consumption and Network Throughput for
Proposed Methodologies The performance evaluation of energy consumption and network
throughput values are evaluation in Table 6.2. 6.1.5 Latency Time (LT) The

time taken to start the transmission from the source and the amount of time taken for the
onset at a node which is to be received is represented as LT.

The latency time evaluation for the routing models is shown in Figure 6.5.

The evaluation represents that routing protocol EEDACS acquires high latency of the network
while communication than others.

Figure 6.5: Average Latency Time Evaluation for Proposed Models 6.1.6 Network Life Time (

NLT) The NLT of the particular network is evaluated based on the less number of packet loss
and the energy consumption to transmit the packets among the network.

The average life time of the network is depicted in Figure 6.6. The figure illustrates that the
routing EEDACS provides high network life time than others.

The NLT of the network is computed using the following equation: NLT= (No. of Packet Loss +
Packet Energy) / Total No. of PacketSend Figure 6.6: Average Network Life Time Evaluation for
Proposed Models

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