In the latter case, gathering more samples is probably advised. You can never lay out the whole parameter space, so provide insight into which parameters are significant over what range and which ones are less important.
It's not very entertaining to present lots of flat or linear lines.
The description of the graph should not just repeat the graphically obvious such as "the delay rises with the load", but explain, for example, how this increase relates to the load increase. Does it follow some well-known other system behaviors such as standard queueing systems?
With the availability of spell checkers, there is no reason to have spelling errors in a manuscript.
If you as the author didn't take the time to spell-check your paper, why should the editor or reviewer take the time to read it or trust that your diligence in technical matters is any higher than your diligence in presentation?
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