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Engineering wireless mesh networks: Joint scheduling, Routing, power control and rate adaptation networks with bottleneck algorithm
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Dr.B.Padmaja Rani, Mohammad Khalaf Rahim
— Wireless Mesh Networks, routing, scheduling, power control, rate adaptation, Bottleneck algorithm,Simplex algorithm
The main objective function for our paper is to maximize the minimum throughput among all flows in wireless mesh networks. For this, we first develop new system that add three different module first is bottleneck algorithm to avoid dropping the packet during routing, and distributed algorithm to enhance the scheduling of packet via channels with different bandwidth and choose the optimal path according to the highest bandwidth, along with that we add maintenance procedure to manage the power control and rate adaptation in wireless mesh networks. We also develop very fast approximations that compute nearly optimal solutions for even larger cases. Finally, we adapt our tools to the case of proportional fairness and show that the engineering insights are very similar.
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