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Performance Evaluation of A Mobile Road Traffic Infraction Registration System through Benchmark

Arasteh-Rad, H., Khairulmizam Samsudin, Abdul Rahman Ramli and Mohammad Ali Tavallaie

Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science, Volume 20, Issue 1, January 2012

Keywords: Benchmark, road traffic, infraction registration, performance evaluation

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The rapid development of roads and the increasing number of vehicles have complicated road traffic enforcement in many countries due to limited resources of the traffic police, specifically when traffic infraction registration is done manually. The efficiency of the traffic police can be improved by a computer-based method. This study focused on mobile traffic infraction registration system benchmarking which is used to evaluate the server performance under load. The study attempts to provide a clear guideline for the performance evaluation of mobile road traffic infraction registration system, whereby the traffic police can make decision based on them to migrate from the manual-method toward computer-based method. A closed form of benchmark tool was used for the evaluation of the system performance. The tool was configured to imitate ramp scenarios, and statistics were gathered. The server was monitored at different times and works. Contributing factors include bottleneck, traffic, and response time, which are related with criteria and measurements. The system resource was also monitored for the tests.

ISSN 1511-3701

e-ISSN 2231-8542

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