My understanding is that the calculation of reliability is based on keepalives sent and received. Any keepalive sent but not received reduces the level of reliability.
The load is calculated by using the actual bits transmitted over the interface in a given period of time and the capacity of the interface (using the default bandwidth if no explicit bandwidth was configured).
The delay is not calculated at all but is a value assigned to the interface to reflect the relative capacity of the interface.
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