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— One of the distinctive features in a wireless ad hoc network is lack of any central controller or single point of authority, in which each node/link then makes its own decisions independently. Therefore, fully cooperative behaviors, such as cooperation for increasing system capacity, mitigating interference for each other, or honestly revealing private(More)
—In this paper, we study the theoretical problem of the end-to-end rate assignment for multi-hop wireless networks. Specifically, we consider the problem of joint congestion control, random access and power control design with multi-hop transmissions and interference-limited link rates. In order to address both the end-to-end throughput maximization and(More)
—In this letter, we investigate the local stability in equilibrium for Internet congestion control algorithm proposed by Low (IEEE/ACM TRANSACTIONS ON NETWORKING, 1999). The network consists of multisource and one-bottleneck link with heterogenous time-varying propagation delays. Linear matrix inequality (LMI) stability criteria is presented for discrete(More)
We consider a distributed joint random access and power control scheme for interference management in wireless ad hoc networks. To derive decentralized solutions that do not require any cooperation among the users, we formulate this problem as non-cooperative joint random access and power control game, in which each user minimizes its average transmission(More)