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Optimum resource allocation in multipath ad hoc networks.

Petar Djukic

Optimum resource allocation in multipath ad hoc networks.

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

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Thesis (M.A.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 2003.

SeriesCanadian theses = -- Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
Pagination2 microfiches : negative.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21137805M
ISBN 100612842711

of resource allocation to load-constrained wireless networks, considering various resource and social requirements. Note that in literature there are some works focused on network load optimization to improve, for example, energy efficiency, load balance, and network lifetime. Chang and Tassiulas [7] used linear programming to capture the issue of. Although the ongoing trend is to adopt by the mobile ad hoc networks for commercial uses due to their certain unique properties, the main challenge is the vulnerability to security attacks. Unlike the conventional network, another feature of the open network as well as closed network environment where nodes can join and leave the network : A. Thillipan, S. Dinesh Kumar. DISTRIBUTED RATE ALLOCATION FOR MULTI-STREAM VIDEO TRANSMISSION OVER AD HOC NETWORKS Xiaoqing Zhu and Bernd Girod Information Systems Laboratory, Stanford University, CA, U.S.A. {zhuxq,bgirod}@ ABSTRACT When multiple video streams are present in an ad hoc net-work, they share and compete for the common network resources. The concept of biologically inspired networking has been introduced to tackle unpredictable and unstable situations in computer networks, especially in wireless ad hoc networks where network conditions are continuously changing, resulting in the need of robustness and adaptability of control methods. Unfortunately, existing methods often rely heavily on the detailed knowledge Cited by: 3.

wireless sensor networks and categorized these protocols into retransmission -based and replication based protocols. Tarique et al. [12] and Mueller classified the existing multipath routing protocols in ad hoc networks based on the primary criterion used in their design. Accordingly, the principal motivation of comprehensive.

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Dynamic Multipath Allocation in Ad Hoc Networks Yosi Ben-Asher, Sharoni Feldman Computer Science Department, Haifa University, Israel. multipath routing in Ad-Hoc networks. In section 3, we present the Metrical Routing Multipath Algorithm (MRMA) that is an extension of the MRA protocol.

This section. Optimal Rate Allocation for Energy-Efficient Multipath Routing in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks Article in IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 3(3).

The problem of joint scheduling and fair resource allocation in single-hop ad hoc networks with heterogeneous flows was investigated in [79], where both known channel state and.

A Review of Multipath Routing Protocols: From Wireless Ad Hoc to Mesh Networks Jack Tsai and Tim Moors National ICT Australia (NICTA)1/ University of New South Wales, Australia {, }@ Abstract – Multipath routing allows building and use of multiple paths for routing between a source-destination Size: 93KB.

Abstract. An ad-hoc network is a collection of wireless mobile nodes without the required intervention of any centralized Access Point. With the existence of the hidden terminals and the absence of the central control, the resource allocation Author: Zhijun Cai, Mi Lu.

THE JOURNAL OF CHINA UNIVERSITIES OF POSTS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS Vol Issue 2, June ZHAN Song-tao, XU Guo-xin Rate allocation strategies for energy-efficient multipath routing in Ad-hoc networks towards B3G CLC number TN Document A Article ID () Abstract Wireless mobile Ad-hoc network is a special network Cited by: 3.

Optimal Resource Allocation in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks: A Price-based Approach Yuan Xue, Baochun Li, Klara Nahrstedt Abstract The shared-medium multi-hop nature of wireless ad hoc networks poses fundamental challenges to the design of effective resource allocation algorithms that are optimal with respect to resource utilization and fair across.

For traffic flows in mobile ad-hoc networks, more researches are required to offer reliable transport services as well as guaranty good QoS. Since ad-hoc networks are not limited by capacity, due to its dynamic nature; good scalability of the QoS architecture is important.

Multipath Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks: Issues and Challenges Stephen Mueller1,2, and Dipak Ghosal1 1 Department of Computer Science, University of California, Davis, CA 2 Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA Abstract.

Mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) consist of a collection of. Abstract. In an ideal network, a source always knows how to reach the destination, and the network connection is always reliable. In an ad hoc wireless network where any node can be mobile, a source needs to update the location of the mobile destination and intermediate nodes constantly, and network connections may break frequently due to the changing network Author: An-I Andy Wang, Geoffrey H.

Kuenning, Peter Reiher. Reporting: Channel Allocation for Ad Hoc Wireless Networks This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET. In addition, ad hoc networks can be used for personal purposes such as sharing data, meetings and conferences.

Multimedia and VoIP are also important issues that are addressed by researchers [2–4]. Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks (MANETs) consist of a set of routers (nodes) that are connected through wireless by: 1.

1 Dynamic ad hoc networks and associated key management + Show details-Hide Optimum resource allocation in multipath ad hoc networks. book p. 3 –19 (17) Dynamic ad hoc networks (DANETs) are similar to mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs), but the network density and mobility change significantly over time and space.

Many researchers have proposed types of key management schemes for ad hoc networks. Optimal Routing and Resource Allocation in Ad-Hoc Networks 3 The solution methods proposed for such models are Optimum resource allocation in multipath ad hoc networks.

book on convex optimization and dual decomposition techniques. Finally, a more complete and sophisticated model has been defined by Johansson and Xiao [13] in which they consider jointly the problems of rate optimization.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract – Multipath routing allows building and use of multiple paths for routing between a source-destination pair.

It exploits the resource redundancy and diversity in the underlying network to provide benefits such as fault tolerance, load balancing, bandwidth aggregation, and. Split Multipath Routing with Maximally Disjoint Paths in Ad hoc Networks Sung-Ju Lee Internet & Mobile Systems Labs Hewlett›Packard Laboratories Palo Alto, CA › [email protected] Mario Gerla Computer Science Department University of California Los Angeles, CA › [email protected] Index Terms—security, data transmission, multipath routing, ad hoc networks I.

INTRODUCTION mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a collection of wireless mobile nodes that communicate peer-to-peer in a self-organized manner without fixed network infrastructure or any centralized administration.

The transmission range of each node is limited. Performance Optimization using Multipath Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc and Wireless Sensor Networks Wenjing Lou Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA E-mail:[email protected] Wei Liu Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Florida, Gainesville, FL E-mail Cited by: kind of networks has to be wireless.

Indeed, the wireless topology allows flexibility and mobility. In this context, the idea of ad hoc networks was developped. Ad Hoc Network Inengineers tried to develop a network in Hawaii which was responsible for the interconnection between educational facilities.

This project has been named ALOHA. efit from multipath routing is in fact correct in ad hoc networks. We find that in static networks, while long TCP connections (in termsof hops) can enjoysome benefits, short connections, infact, experience a degradation in performance in terms of the observed TCP goodput.

Here we define TCP goodput as the number ofCited by: Optimal Resource Allocation and Policy Formulation in Loosely-Coupled Markov Decision Processes Dmitri A. Dolgov and Edmund H. Durfee Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI {ddolgov, durfee}@ Abstract The problem of optimal policy formulation for teams of.

networks, in addition to simple data communications. The recent advance in mu&& description (MD) video coding have made it highly suitable for multimedia applications in such networks. In this paper, we study the important problem of multipath routing for MD video in wireless ad hoc networks.

We follow an. Optimal Data Transmission and Channel Code Rate Allocation in Multipath Wireless Networks Keivan Ronasi, Student Member, IEEE, Amir-Hamed Mohsenian-Rad,Member, IEEE, Vincent W.S. Wong, Senior Consider an ad-hoc wireless network.

We can model the network topology as a directed graph G(V,E), where V. A mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a collection of wireless mobile nodes which dynamically form a wireless network without a fixed infrastructure or a wired backbone network, as shown in Fig.

1.A mobile ad hoc network is a multi-hop network without any predetermined topology or central control, hence making routing a crucial design issue for these networks [].Author: Saleh A. Alghamdi. Flow Optimization in Heterogeneous Networks Dynamic Resource Allocation in Computing Clouds 16 Network Formation Games General Model of Network Formation Games Knowledge Based Network Formation Games Coalition Games in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks HD Game Based TCP Selection A Multipath Energy-Conserving Routing Protocol for Lifetime Improvement of Wireless Ad Hoc Networks Omar Smail1*, Bernard Cousin 2, Zoulikha Mekkakia 1 and Rachida Mekki1 1 Introduction An ad hoc network is characterized by frequent changes in the network topology, limited bandwidth availability, and limited power of nodes.

ad-hoc networks. To the best of our knowledge, only little studies such as [8] have considered multiuser OFDM in ad-hoc networks. In [8] the authors addressed the problem of power minimization in an ad-hoc network while maintaining a fixed data rate on each link.

In this paper, we consider fixed subcarrier allocation and. The resource manager performs resource allocation and directs applications to adapt to resource availability, which ∗ Corresponding author. E-mail: @ is key to supporting a dynamic environment. The nature of communication in ad-hoc wireless networks complicates im-plementation of resource management.

Hop-by-hop message. An example of a simple Ad-Hoc network is shown in Figure The earliest wireless ad-hoc networks were the “packet radio” networks (PRNETs) dating to the s which is sponsored by DARPA after the ALOHAnet project [3] Wireless Ad hoc networks have been greatly developed in the last forty years and can be further classified into.

Multipath Routing in Ad Hoc Networks Figure 2. Two node-disjoint routes, one of which is the shortest path Routes can be also widely separated geographically, if the predominant goal is to reduce the probability of multiple routes being disrupted by a single regional, correlated failure.

Figure 3 shows a different pair of routes. Trust-based On-demand Multipath Routing in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Xin Li*, Zhiping Jia, Luguang Wang,Haiyang Wang * Contact Author. School of Computer Science and Technology, Shandong University Jinan, China, e-mail: {lx,jzp}@ However, in the domain of ad hoc networks multipath routing has not been investigated in depth.

We would like to develop an analogy between wired and wireless networks, but before that we need to identify the major differences between these two in the case of multipath routing.

Recently, the performance analysis of multipath data transmission over multihop ad hoc networks has generated more interest.

An analytical modeling framework investigating issues related to multipath transmission in ad hoc networks has been proposed in [18].

However, this work only focuses on the impact of multipath routing on system performance. wireless networks, e.g., cellular wireless networks. Con-sequently, it is usually infeasible to use techniques such as IPSec, TLS, etc.

in ad hoc wireless networks. Recently, multipath routing algorithms have been in-troduced to enhance data confidentiality in ad hoc wire-less networks [1], [5], [8], [14]. The essence of theseCited by: Survey of Optimum Resource Allocation in OFDM Communication System Farhana Mustafa, Dept.

of E&TC, College of Engg, Akurdi, Pune Padma Lohiya Dept. of E&TC, College of Engg, Akurdi, Pune ABSTRACT Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) has the properties of being robust to interference and frequency.

this dissertation, we aim to address the dynamic resource allocation and optimization problems in wireless networks, spanning wireless ad hoc networks, wireless mesh networks, wireless sensor networks, wireless local area networks, and cognitive radio networks.

Our contributions can be summarized as follows. First, we propose an online. Multi-Layer Optimization in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks by Xiangfang Li Dissertation Director: Prof.

Zoran Gajic The growing prevalence of wireless ad hoc networks calls for an innovative design to support Quality of Service (QoS) while maintaining high.

the bandwidth allocation problem in ad hoc networks, we believe that the price-based resource allocation scheme that we present can be applied to any “peer-to-peer systems” with /03/$ (C) IEEE IEEE INFOCOM the characteristic that independent peers own a resource which.

Introduction. Routing in ad hoc networks is a fundamental problem that has been an intensive area of research for more than a decade. The primary challenge of routing in such an environment is to cope with node mobility, which leads to frequently changing network by: Work in resource allocation for ad-hoc wireless networks has been addressed either at the MAC-level, as an extension to routing, or at an optimisation policy level.

For ad hoc networks bandwidth availability can be either precomputed [3], [4], [6] or measured at MAC level [3]. Xue and Ganz [6] compute the available bandwidth at a node as.

Ad Hoc On-Demand Multipath Distance Vector Routing Protocol Based on Node State. Jieying Zhou, Heng Xu, Zhaodong Qin, Yanhao Peng, Chun Lei.

School of Information Science and Technology, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China Email: [email protected] Received June ABSTRACT.Split Multipath Routing with Maximally Disjoint Paths in Ad hoc Networks Sung-Ju Lee Internet & Mobile Systems Labs Hewlett-PackardLaboratories Palo Alto, CA [email protected] Mario Gerla Computer Science Department University of California Los Angeles, CA [email protected]

Ad hoc On-Demand Multipath Distance Vector Routing Our objective in this section is to extend the AODV protocol to compute multiple disjoint loop-free paths in a route discovery.

We assume that every node has a unique identifier (UID) (e.g., IP address), a typical assumption with ad hoc routing protocols.