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Fair resource allocation in wireless networks using queue-length-based scheduling and congestion control

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Fair resource allocation in wireless networks using queue-length-based scheduling and congestion control
— We consider the problem of allocating resources (time slots, frequency, power, etc.) at a base station to many competing flows, where each flow is intended for a different receiver. The channel conditions may be time-varying and different for different receivers. It is well-known that appropriately chosen queue-length based policies are throughput-optimal while other policies based on the estimation of channel statistics can be used to allocate resources fairly (such as proportional fairness) among competing users. In this paper, we show that a combination of queue-length-based scheduling at the base station and congestion control implemented either at the base station or at the end users can lead to fair resource allocation and queue-length stability.
Atilla Eryilmaz, R. Srikant
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Year 2005
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Authors Atilla Eryilmaz, R. Srikant
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