Low complexity cross-layer design for dense interference networks

S. Akbarzadeh, L. Cottatellucci, C. Bonnet
2009 2009 7th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc, and Wireless Networks  
Outlines • Physical layer/ Network layer/ Cross layer approaches • Motivations and Objectives • Resource Allocation • Dense Network • Game Analysis • Numerical Results • Remarks and Conclusions 1 Transmission Rate at Physical Layer • Assumption: saturated queues • Allocation of rate and power is based on the state of the physical channel. capacity/ achievable rate region: • data sharing by transmitters  Multiple Input Broadcast Channel. • data sharing by receivers  MAC. • No data sharing,
more » ... o data sharing, only state information exchange  Interference channel. 2 Arrival Rates at Network Layer • Assumptions on the rates provided by the physical layer • Allocation of the rates based on the state of queues Stability Region! 3 (Our) Cross-layer Approach • Finite length buffer • Fading channel
doi:10.1109/wiopt.2009.5291590 dblp:conf/wiopt/AkbarzadehCB09 fatcat:mn76ejbh2jee3ekj2fcbhympjy