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Unformatted text preview: objects from the same sender. Would parallel downloads via parallel instances of non- persistent HTTP make sense in this case? Now consider persistent HTTP. Do you expect significant gains over the non- persistent case? Justify and explain your answer. Solution: Note that each downloaded object can be completely put into one data packet. Let Tp denote the one-way propagation delay between the client and the server. First consider parallel downloads using non-persistent connections. Parallel downloads would allow 10 connections to share the 150 bits/sec bandwidth, giving each just 15 bits/sec. Thus, the total time needed to receive all objects is given by: (200/150+Tp + 200/150 +Tp + 200/150+Tp + 100,000/150+ Tp ) + (200/(150/10)+Tp + 200/(150/10) +Tp + 200/(150/10)+Tp + 100,000/(150/10)+ Tp ) = 7377 + 8*Tp (seconds) Now consider a persistent HTTP connection. The total time needed is given by: (200/150+Tp + 200/150 +Tp + 200/150+Tp + 100,000/150+ Tp...
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