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Calculation the Equity Level of an Internet Service

Sigit Haryadi
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Sigit Haryadi: Institut Teknologi Bandung

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Abstract: The method of calculating the level of equity of internet services of several cities or provinces in a country is a statistical measure showing how far the internet service speed distribution being measured is to have similarities with the reference distribution of all elements equal to one, where the determination of the level of equity is done by calculating the Index Haryadi from the relationship between internet service speed distribution as measured by reference distribution. In this case, an equalization index equal to one represents a perfect similarity between the elements of the distribution as measured by the pairs of elements of the reference distribution. Let R be the reference distribution = {0.7 Mbps; 0.8 Mbps; 0.9 Mbps; 1 Mbps; 1.1 Mbps; 1.2 Mbps; 1.3 Mbps; 1.4 Mbps} and Y is the measured internet rate = = 1.05 Mbps; 1.2 Mbps; 1.35 Mbps; 2 Mbps; 1.65 Mbps; 1.8 Mbps; 1.95 Mbps; 2.1 Mbps}, then Y has an Internet service equalization index equal to one, through the Y = 1.5R relationship function because all elements of Y are equal to 1.5 times of the pairing elements of R.

Date: 2018-03-06
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DOI: 10.31219/

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