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Capacity-Constrained Design of Resilient Multi-Tier Wireless Mesh Networks

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Capacity-Constrained Design of Resilient Multi-Tier Wireless Mesh Networks
nts etc.), an abstract graph of the deployment area and QoS constraints to generate appropriate logical topologies. WIND starts with the set of network elements to be deployed (Node Units (NU)) and proceeds to then recursively construct the topology using various heuristics. At each stage of the recursion, WIND successively generates a sub-graph (Composite Unit (CU)) of the topology by deriving it out of the sub-graphs generated at the previous stage and hence finally resulting in the network topology(figure 2). Such an hierarchical topology construction approach allows us to tightly control demand satisfaction. Now, removing wired connectivity to APs is also an important goal in order to increase the cost savings accrued by avoiding the deployment of a wired backhaul connectivity. But additionally, a suitable technology is necessary to replace the large bandwidth capability of wired networks. WMNs have emerged as an enabling technology to alleviate this issue of providing cost-effi...
R. Raghuraman, Sridhar Iyer
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Year 2006
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Authors R. Raghuraman, Sridhar Iyer
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