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Conference Paper: On channel-adaptive fair multiple access control

TitleOn channel-adaptive fair multiple access control
Authors
KeywordsChannel-adaptive
Fairness
Mobile computing
Multiple access control
Scheduling
Wireless multimedia
Issue Date2003
PublisherIEEE. The Journal's web site is located at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/conhome.jsp?punumber=1000104
Citation
Ieee International Conference On Communications, 2003, v. 1, p. 276-280 How to Cite?
AbstractMultiple access control (MAC) of the uplink in a wireless mobile computing system is one of the most important resource allocation problems in that the response time and throughput of user applications (e.g., wireless Web surfing) are critically affected by the efficiency of the MAC protocol. Compared with a traditional MAC problem (e.g., the wireline Ethernet), there are two important new challenges in a modern wireless network: (1) multimedia data with diverse traffic requirements are involved; and (2) the wireless channel has a time-varying quality for each user. Furthermore, a more prominent user requirement is fairness among different users, possibly with different traffic demands. While some protocols have been suggested to handle multimedia data and/or tackling the time-varying channel, there are a number of drawbacks in these existing protocols. The most notable drawback is that the channel model is rather unrealistic - just using a two state Markov chain instead of relying on accurate models of multipath fading and shadowing effects. Another common deficiency is that fairness is ignored. In this paper, we propose to use a new notion of fairness that can capture a realistic channel model, and to integrate a fair queueing scheduling algorithm in a MAC protocol to optimize performance while maintaing fairness among users regardless of their channel states and data types.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/46386
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dc.description.abstractMultiple access control (MAC) of the uplink in a wireless mobile computing system is one of the most important resource allocation problems in that the response time and throughput of user applications (e.g., wireless Web surfing) are critically affected by the efficiency of the MAC protocol. Compared with a traditional MAC problem (e.g., the wireline Ethernet), there are two important new challenges in a modern wireless network: (1) multimedia data with diverse traffic requirements are involved; and (2) the wireless channel has a time-varying quality for each user. Furthermore, a more prominent user requirement is fairness among different users, possibly with different traffic demands. While some protocols have been suggested to handle multimedia data and/or tackling the time-varying channel, there are a number of drawbacks in these existing protocols. The most notable drawback is that the channel model is rather unrealistic - just using a two state Markov chain instead of relying on accurate models of multipath fading and shadowing effects. Another common deficiency is that fairness is ignored. In this paper, we propose to use a new notion of fairness that can capture a realistic channel model, and to integrate a fair queueing scheduling algorithm in a MAC protocol to optimize performance while maintaing fairness among users regardless of their channel states and data types.en_HK
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dc.subjectChannel-adaptiveen_HK
dc.subjectFairnessen_HK
dc.subjectMobile computingen_HK
dc.subjectMultiple access controlen_HK
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dc.subjectWireless multimediaen_HK
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