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In communication networks, such as Ethernet or packet radio, throughput or network throughput is the average rate of successful message delivery over a communication channel. (Wikipedia.org)






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2014 IEEE 25th Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC)

The International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC) is an annual academic conference in the wireless research arena organized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Communications Society. This event has emerged as one of the Communications Society flagship conferences in telecommunications with a long history of bringing together academia, industry and regulatory bodies.


2013 IEEE International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED)

technology, architecture, circuits, tools, systems, software and applications


2013 19th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC)

Technical forum for researchers and engineers to interact and disseminate information on the latest developments in advanced communication and information technologies

  • 2011 IEEE 17th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC)

    Mobile and Wireless Communications, Optical Communication System, Telecommunication Networks, Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks, Information and Coding Theory, Internet Technologies

  • 2010 16th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC)

    The 16th Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC2010) will be held in the City of Sails Auckland, New Zealand. This will be in conjunction with ATNAC 2010. Since 1993, APCC has been the forum for researchers and engineers to present and discuss topics related to advanced information and communication technologies and services, while at the same time opening the door to the world of industry and users. Prospective authors are invited to submit original technical papers for presentation at the confere


2012 Eighth International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks (MSN)

The subjects of MSN'12 are relevant to the taxonomy of C.2.7.c, C.2.8 and J.9.f.

  • 2008 4th International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks (MSN 2008)


2012 Third Asian Himalayas International Conference on Internet (AH-ICI)

Home and Health networking, rural communications, Mobility and Mobile Payment, Broadband access, satellite services, rural communications and Mobile and Wireless Communications, optical communications and networking, architectures, & protocols.

  • 2011 Second Asian Himalayas International Conference on Internet (AH-ICI)

    Home and Health networking, Electronic commerce, Mobility and Mobile Payment, Broadband access, satellite services, rural communications and Mobile and Wireless Communications, optical communications and networking, architectures, protocols, planning and design, management and operation, simulation and performance modeling.

  • 2009 First Asian Himalayas International Conference on Internet (AH-ICI)

    The First South Central Asian Himalayas Regional IFIP International Conference on INTERNET AH ICI 2009 invites high-quality recent research results in the areas of Home and Health networking, Electronic commerce, Mobility and Mobile Payment, Broadband access, satellite services, rural communications and Mobile and Wireless Communications, optical communications and networking, architectures, protocols, planning and design, management and operation, simulation and performance modeling. AH ICI 2009 brin


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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on

The fundamental nature of the communication process; storage, transmission and utilization of information; coding and decoding of digital and analog communication transmissions; study of random interference and information-bearing signals; and the development of information-theoretic techniques in diverse areas, including data communication and recording systems, communication networks, cryptography, detection systems, pattern recognition, learning, and automata.


Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions on

IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing publishes archival research results on mobility of users, systems, data and computing, issues in information organization and access, and services, management, and applications; Emphasis on various areas of nomadic computing, multimedia applications, mobile data and knowledge management, and mobile communication systems and networking. TMC focuses on key technical issues related to (a) architectures, (b) support ...


Multimedia, IEEE Transactions on

The goal of IEEE Transactions on Multimedia is to integrate all aspects of multimedia systems and technology, signal processing, and applications. It will cover various aspects of research in multimedia technology and applications including, but not limited to: circuits, algorithms and macro/micro-architectures, software, detailed design, synchronization, interaction, joint processing and coordination of multimedia and multimodal signals/data, compression, storage, retrieval, communication, ...


Networking, IEEE/ACM Transactions on

Network architecture and design, communication protocols, network software, network technologies, network software, network technologies, network services and applications, and network operations and management.


Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions on

IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology was one of the most-cited journals, ranking number-six (tying with IEEE Communications Letters) in telecommunications in 2002, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2002 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. This periodical covers land, airborne, and maritime mobile services; portable or hand-carried and citizens' communications services, when used as an adjunct to ...




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Heuristic Maxmin Fairness for the Wireless Channel Allocation Problem

Mario Koppen; Rodrigo Verschae; Kaori Yoshida; Masato Tsuru 2010 International Conference on Broadband, Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications, 2010

In this contribution, we will reveal some problems related to the transition of the maxmin fairness concept from the continuous to the discrete domain. By means of the wireless channel allocation problem, a heuristic approach to fairness allocation will be presented, based on searching for allocations with high similarity of the corresponding throughputs and high total throughput at the same ...


Opportunistic Scheduling in Decentralized OFDM Systems

Yahya S. Al-harthi; Ahmed H. Tewfik; Mohamed-Slim Alouini IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, 2006

Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is emerging as a key modulation scheme for future high speed packets based wireless transmission systems. In a wireless multiuser network system, when an opportunistic scheduling is employed in the OFDM system with adaptive modulation, it may encounter implementation problems due to the need for a large amount of channel information. In this paper we ...


A QoS framework for stabilized collision channels with multiuser detection

K. Bruvold; R. Mudumbai; U. Madhow IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2005. ICC 2005. 2005, 2005

Recent work has shown that cross-layer optimization of the physical layer and medium access control for a wireless collision channel, based on a receiver with adaptive multiuser detection capability, is capable of providing significantly better performance than classical Aloha. The basic features of such a system are multipacket reception (MPR) capability, and the ability (with high probability) to estimate the ...


Common Radio Resource Management Algorithms for Multimedia Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

Miguel Lopez-Benitez; Javier Gozalvez IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2011

Heterogeneous wireless systems are envisaged as the integration and joint cooperative management of diverse radio access networks and technologies through which network providers can satisfy the wide variety of user/service demands in a more efficient manner by exploiting their varying characteristics and properties. To achieve this objective, a key tool is common radio resource management technique designed to jointly manage ...


Performance analysis of 1XEV-DO systems under realistic traffic models and limited-size IP backhaul

R. Leelahakriengkrai; I. Vukovic; E. Chan; S. Clapp; I. Filipovich; K. Knutson Communications, 2004 and the 5th International Symposium on Multi-Dimensional Mobile Communications Proceedings. The 2004 Joint Conference of the 10th Asia-Pacific Conference on, 2004

Detailed simulation model and analysis of the 1XEV-DO system were described with special emphasis on the impact on the realistic traffic models from the limited IP backhaul link speed between a base station controller (BSC) and a base transceiver station (BTS). The realistic traffic models are defined by the 3GPP2 (3rd Generation Partnership Project 2) and realistic UDP, TCP and ...


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Heuristic Maxmin Fairness for the Wireless Channel Allocation Problem

Mario Koppen; Rodrigo Verschae; Kaori Yoshida; Masato Tsuru 2010 International Conference on Broadband, Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications, 2010

In this contribution, we will reveal some problems related to the transition of the maxmin fairness concept from the continuous to the discrete domain. By means of the wireless channel allocation problem, a heuristic approach to fairness allocation will be presented, based on searching for allocations with high similarity of the corresponding throughputs and high total throughput at the same ...


Opportunistic Scheduling in Decentralized OFDM Systems

Yahya S. Al-harthi; Ahmed H. Tewfik; Mohamed-Slim Alouini IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, 2006

Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is emerging as a key modulation scheme for future high speed packets based wireless transmission systems. In a wireless multiuser network system, when an opportunistic scheduling is employed in the OFDM system with adaptive modulation, it may encounter implementation problems due to the need for a large amount of channel information. In this paper we ...


A QoS framework for stabilized collision channels with multiuser detection

K. Bruvold; R. Mudumbai; U. Madhow IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2005. ICC 2005. 2005, 2005

Recent work has shown that cross-layer optimization of the physical layer and medium access control for a wireless collision channel, based on a receiver with adaptive multiuser detection capability, is capable of providing significantly better performance than classical Aloha. The basic features of such a system are multipacket reception (MPR) capability, and the ability (with high probability) to estimate the ...


Common Radio Resource Management Algorithms for Multimedia Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

Miguel Lopez-Benitez; Javier Gozalvez IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2011

Heterogeneous wireless systems are envisaged as the integration and joint cooperative management of diverse radio access networks and technologies through which network providers can satisfy the wide variety of user/service demands in a more efficient manner by exploiting their varying characteristics and properties. To achieve this objective, a key tool is common radio resource management technique designed to jointly manage ...


Performance analysis of 1XEV-DO systems under realistic traffic models and limited-size IP backhaul

R. Leelahakriengkrai; I. Vukovic; E. Chan; S. Clapp; I. Filipovich; K. Knutson Communications, 2004 and the 5th International Symposium on Multi-Dimensional Mobile Communications Proceedings. The 2004 Joint Conference of the 10th Asia-Pacific Conference on, 2004

Detailed simulation model and analysis of the 1XEV-DO system were described with special emphasis on the impact on the realistic traffic models from the limited IP backhaul link speed between a base station controller (BSC) and a base transceiver station (BTS). The realistic traffic models are defined by the 3GPP2 (3rd Generation Partnership Project 2) and realistic UDP, TCP and ...


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  • Performance of OutputBuffered Banyan Networks with Arbitrary Buffer Sizes

    This paper reports a queueing analysis and a simulation study of a switch fabric based on a buffered banyan structure whereby buffers are placed at the output links of each switching element. When buffers are located at the input links, it is well known that the maximum throughput is limited to approximately 0.45 under uniform input traffic pattern. This bottleneck is due to the head of the line (HOL) contention at each switching element and is intrinsic to input queueing. We propose a buffered banyan switch built from smaller knockout switches which are output-buffered switches. With small knockout switches as the basic switching elements, the complexity of the overall switch fabric is manageable and no internal clock speedup is required. Furthermore, it is shown that with the proposed output-buffered banyan switch, a maximum throughput of l can be achieved.

  • A Perspective on the Design of Power Control for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks

    One major challenge in the design of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) is how to simultaneously provide high network throughput and low energy communications between mobile nodes. Transmission power control (TPC) has a great potential to achieve this goal. In this paper, we investigate the issue of TPC in MANETs and examine various TPC approaches proposed in the literature. We give insight into the efficiency of such approaches and their ability to attain their design objectives. We discuss the factors that influence the selection of the transmission power, including the important interaction between the routing (network) and the medium access control (MAC) layers. Protocols that account for such interaction are presented. We argue that using the minimum transmission power does not deliver the maximum throughput in MANETs. The impact of mobility on the design of power controlled MAC protocols is also addressed. Various complementary approaches and optimizations are highlighted and discussed, including the use of rate control, directional antennas, spread spectrum technology, and power saving modes. Finally, we outline several directions for future research in this area.

  • Performance of Buffered Banyan Networks Under Nonuniform Traffic Patterns

    This paper presents an analytical method to evaluate the performance of the buffered Banyan packet-switching network under nonuniform traffic patterns. It is shown that the nonuniform traffic can have a detrimental effect on the performance of the network. The analytical model is extended to evaluate the performance of multibuffer and parallel Banyan networks. These modified networks are shown to have better throughput capacity and delay performance than the single-buffer Banyan network.

  • Personal Mobility in an Urbanizing World

    This chapter contains sections titled: Vehicle Ownership, Personal Wealth, and Population Density, Urban Trips Are Short, Urban Driving Speeds Are Low, Traffic Congestion Diminishes Throughput and Energy Efficiency, Parking Competes with Other Uses of Urban Space, Automobile Use Has Negative Externalities, Cities Are Limiting Automobile Use, Safety Improvements with USVs, Energy Efficiency Goals Achievable through USVs, Throughput Improvements, Parking Space Reductions, Overall Effects on Urban Space and Civic Amenity, Summary: Livable, Sustainable Cities

  • Biological Data Acquisition for System Level Modeling—An Exercise in the Art of Compromise

    This chapter contains section titled: 10.1 Chapter Overview, 10.2 The Estimated Size and Complexity of Intracellular Regulatory Networks, 10.3 Classifying Measurement Techniques from a Computational Modeling Perspective, 10.4 Low Throughput, Accurate Measurements of Gene Derivative Concentrations, 10.5 High Throughput Measurements and Low Accuracy--A Necessary Compromise?, 10.6 Detecting Regulatory Interactions and Quantifying Kinetic Parameters, 10.7 Population Averaged versus Single Cell Measurementsm, 10.8 Conclusions: A Final Look at Experimental Design

  • Routing Algorithms for EnergyEfficient Reliable Packet Delivery in Multihop Wireless Networks

    Algorithms for minimum-energy routing in wireless networks typically select minimum cost multihop paths. In scenarios where the transmission power is fixed, each link has the same cost and the minimum hop path is selected. In situations where the transmission power can be varied with the distance of the link, the link cost is higher for longer hops; the energy aware routing algorithms select a path with a large number of small distance hops. In this chapter, we argue that such a formulation based solely on the energy spent in a single transmission is not able to find minimum energy paths for end to end reliable packet transmissions. The proper metric should include the total energy (including that expended for any retransmissions necessary) spent in reliably delivering the packet to its final destination. We first examine how link error rates affect this retransmission aware metric, and how it leads to an efficient choice between a path with a large number of short distance hops and another with a smaller number of large distance hops. Such studies motivate the definition of a link cost that is a function of both the energy required for a single transmission attempt across the link and the link error rate. This cost function captures the cumulative energy expended in reliable data transfer, for both reliable and unreliable link layers. Through detailed simulations, we show that such schemes can lead to up to 30-70% energy savings over best known current schemes, under realistic environments. We next describe how these techniques can be applied to work with on demand routing protocols. In particular, we focus on one specific on demand routing protocol, namely Ad hoc On Demand routing protocol (AODV), and show how it should be adapted to compute energy efficient reliable paths. We perform a detailed study of the AODV protocol and our energy efficient variants, under var ious noise and node mobility conditions. Our results show that even in low noise environments there are specific scenarios where an unmodified on demand protocol will achieve significantly lower throughput in comparison to our modified variants. Our results show that our proposed variants of on demand routing protocols can achieve between 10% to orders of magnitude improvement in energy efficiency of reliable data paths.

  • Full-duplex Radios in 5G: Fundamentals, Design and Prototyping

    The proliferation of smartphones, tablet PCs and laptops is continually boosting demand for higher throughput of mobile devices with advanced wireless network capabilities. To support such demand, fifth generation (5G) wireless communications are expected to provide 1000-fold greater throughput than 4G. Full-duplex radios simultaneously transmit and receive in the same frequency band. This chapter is devoted to designing and prototyping of full-duplex communication systems, with emphasis on various self-interference cancellation (SIC) schemes. The goal of digital SIC is to cancel residual self-interference after analog SIC, especially that originated from the non-line-of-sight reflections. Owing to the recent development of software-defined radio (SDR) platforms, prototyping has become a viable option for algorithm researchers. Synchronization is one of the key blocks to implementation of real-time wireless communication systems, especially full-duplex systems. The reference symbol (RS) is essential to estimating the channel for full-duplex radio. Channel estimation is performed for two channels: the self-interference channel and signal-of-interest channel.

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    This text presents a modern theory of analysis, control, and optimization for dynamic networks. Mathematical techniques of Lyapunov drift and Lyapunov optimization are developed and shown to enable constrained optimization of time averages in general stochastic systems. The focus is on communication and queueing systems, including wireless networks with time-varying channels, mobility, and randomly arriving traffic. A simple drift-plus-penalty framework is used to optimize time averages such as throughput, throughput-utility, power, and distortion. Explicit performance-delay tradeoffs are provided to illustrate the cost of approaching optimality. This theory is also applicable to problems in operations research and economics, where energy-efficient and profit-maximizing decisions must be made without knowing the future. Topics in the text include the following: - Queue stability theory - Backpressure, max- weight, and virtual queue methods - Primal-dual methods for non-convex stochasti utility maximization - Universal scheduling theory for arbitrary sample paths - Approximate and randomized scheduling theory - Optimization of renewal systems and Markov decision systems Detailed examples and numerous problem set questions are provided to reinforce the main concepts. Table of Contents: Introduction / Introduction to Queues / Dynamic Scheduling Example / Optimizing Time Averages / Optimizing Functions of Time Averages / Approximate Scheduling / Optimization of Renewal Systems / Conclusions

  • Characteristics of Automated Transit Applications

    This chapter presents a general landscape of automated transit applications in terms of system, service, and financial characteristics. With the wide span of vehicle and network capacities ranging from very small podcars to very long driverless metro (DLM) trains; varied climate, culture, and institutional structures; and diversified operating characteristics, the automated transit industry has the potential to provide a wide spectrum of applications for different government, institutional, and even private entities to choose from. The chapter demonstrates the process or key elements that can be adjusted to increase the throughput of an automated transit application. The Morgantown group rapid transit (GRT) is the only system that uses all three modes of operation: demand mode, schedule mode, and continuous circulation mode. The Life Cycle Cost (LCC) of an automated transit system is the sum of the acquisition and support costs of all subsystems during the life span of the particular application.