[Battlemesh] Result documentation RFC

Toke Høiland-Jørgensen toke at toke.dk
Thu Sep 3 14:55:12 CEST 2015

Jenny Ryan <tunabananas at gmail.com> writes:

> One suggestion I have is just to include a short verbal summary of
> each graph, though I'm guessing you already intend to do that (eg; "In
> this particular example though, Babel, BMX7 and OLSRv1, with almost
> all packets being under 10ms, outperforms Batman-adv and OLSRv2, which
> “only” have 80% of the packets under 10ms.").

In general (but speaking mostly to the "Blowing up the network" tests)
I'd be wary of drawing strong conclusions about the relative behaviour
of the various algorithms from the performed tests. WiFi has notoriously
high variance in behaviour between test runs, so a lot more tests are
needed to draw strong conclusions. Instead, look at the results as an
indication of things to look at more closely :)

I've sent a pull request for the "Blowing up the network" page which
includes this point, as well as a refresh of the graphs and some other


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