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 CN  Vol.8 No.1 , February 2016
A Practical Comparison between Signature Approach and Other Existing Approaches in Error Detection over TCP
Abstract: Error coding is suited when the transmission channel is noisy. This is the case of wireless communication. So to provide a reliable digital data transmission, we should use error detection and correction algorithms. In this paper, we constructed a simulation study for four detection algorithms. The first three methods—hamming, LRC, and parity are common techniques in networking while the fourth is a proposed one called Signature. The results show that, the hamming code is the best one in term of detection but the worst one in term of execution time. Parity, LRC and signature have the same ability in detecting error, while the signature has a preference than all others methods in term of execution time.
Cite this paper: Bawaneh, M. , Alkoffash, M. , Alqrainy, S. and Muaidi, H. (2016) A Practical Comparison between Signature Approach and Other Existing Approaches in Error Detection over TCP. Communications and Network, 8, 31-38. doi: 10.4236/cn.2016.81004.
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