Building New Reliable Wireless Network by Using Distributed Control
With the development of the pioneering deployments in multi-hop wireless networks, although the relative research have not proven successful. The performance of routing and transport is often unstable due to contention induced packet losses, especially when the network is large and the offered load is high. A reliable wireless network architecture by using distributed control for large-scale multi-hop wireless networks has been present in this paper, The design objective is to optimize the control performance. This control performance is a complex function of the network parameters, such as throughput, packet delay and packet loss probabilities. The goal of optimizing the control performance imposes implicit tradeoffs on the wireless network design as opposed to the explicit tradeoffs typical in wireless data and voice applications. Our analysis suggests that our approach will deliver improved service to users while greatly reducing support effort and cost.
Aimin Yang, Jingguo Qu and Xilong Qu
X. Y. Wang "Building New Reliable Wireless Network by Using Distributed Control", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 84-85, pp. 160-166, 2011