Bottlenecks in Two-Hop Ad Hoc Networks - Dividing Radio Capacity in a Smart Way

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Remke, A. and Haverkort, B.R. and Cloth, L. (2006) Bottlenecks in Two-Hop Ad Hoc Networks - Dividing Radio Capacity in a Smart Way. In: Stochastic Performance Models for Resource Allocation in Communication Systems, 8-10 Nov 2006, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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Abstract:In two-hop ad hoc networks the available radio capacity tends to be equally shard among the contending stations, which may lead to bottleneck situations in case of unbalanced traffic routing. We propose a generic model for evaluating adaptive capacity sharing strategies. We use infinite-state stochastic Petri nets for modeling the system and use the logic CSRL for specifying the measures of interest.
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