Match each description to its corresponding term. (Not all options are used.)
Explanation & Hint:
Message encoding: The process of converting information from one format into another acceptable for transmission. Encoding is the preparation of message data for transport across a network, where data is transformed into a suitable format for transmission over the network.
Message encapsulation: The process of placing one message format inside another message format. Encapsulation refers to the wrapping of data with protocol information before network transmission, where each layer in the OSI model encapsulates the layer above it.
Message sizing typically would match with a description related to determining the size of messages for efficient network transmission, which might involve breaking up a long message into smaller pieces, also known as segmentation.