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Resource Management for Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks with Cluster Organization

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Resource Management for Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks with Cluster Organization
Boosted by technology advancements, government and commercial interest, ad-hoc wireless networks are emerging as a serious platform for distributed mission-critical applications. Guaranteeing QoS in this environment is a hard problem because several applications may share the same resources in the network, and mobile ad-hoc wireless networks (MANETs) typically exhibit high variability in network topology and communication quality. In this paper we introduce DYNAMIQUE, a resource management infrastructure for MANETs. We present a resource model for multi-application admission control that optimizes the application admission utility, defined as a combination of the QoS satisfaction ratio. A method based on external adaptation (shrinking QoS for existing applications and later QoS expansion) is introduced as a way to reduce computation complexity by reducing the search space. We designed an application admission protocol that uses a greedy heuristic to improve application utility. For thi...
Ionut Cardei, Srivatsan Varadarajan, Allalaghatta
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Year 2004
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Authors Ionut Cardei, Srivatsan Varadarajan, Allalaghatta Pavan, Lee Graba, Mihaela Cardei, Manki Min
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