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- Michael J. Neely, Eytan Modiano, Chih-Ping Li
- IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
- 2005

We consider optimal control for general networks with both wireless and wireline components and time varying channels. A dynamic strategy is developed to support all traffic whenever possible, and to make optimally fair decisions about which data to serve when inputs exceed network capacity. The strategy is decoupled into separate algorithms for flow… (More)

- Chih-Ping Li, Michael J. Neely
- ArXiv
- 2011

We consider optimizing average queueing delay and average power consumption in a nonpreemptive multi-class M/G/1 queue with dynamic power control that affects instantaneous service rates. Four problems are studied: (1) satisfying per-class average delay constraints; (2) minimizing a separable convex function of average delays subject to per-class delay… (More)

- Chih-Ping Li, Wei-jen Hsu, Bhaskar Krishnamachari, Ahmed Helmy
- SECON
- 2005

We investigate the combination of distributed geographic routing with transmission power control for energy efficient delivery of information in multihop wireless networks. Using realistic models for wireless channel fading as well as radio modulation and encoding, we first show that the optimal power control strategy over a given link should set the… (More)

- Kyu Seob Kim, Chih-Ping Li, Eytan Modiano
- IEEE INFOCOM 2014 - IEEE Conference on Computer…
- 2014

We consider the problem of transmitting multicast flows with hard deadlines over unreliable wireless channels. Every user in the network subscribes to several multicast flows, and requires a minimum throughput for each subscribed flow to meet the QoS constraints. The network controller schedules the transmissions of multicast traffic based on the instant… (More)

- Chih-Ping Li, Michael J. Neely
- 8th International Symposium on Modeling and…
- 2010

We study the fundamental network capacity of a multi-user wireless downlink under two assumptions: (1) Channels are not explicitly measured and thus instantaneous states are unknown, (2) Channels are modeled as ON/OFF Markov chains. This is an important network model to explore because channel probing may be costly or infeasible in some contexts. In this… (More)

- Chih-Ping Li, Michael J. Neely
- ArXiv
- 2010

- Chih-Ping Li, Michael J. Nelyy
- IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
- 2007

We consider a wireless base station serving L users through L time-varying channels. It is well known that opportunistic scheduling algorithms with full channel state information (CSI) can stabilize the system with any data rates within the capacity region. However, such opportunistic scheduling algorithms may not be energy efficient when the cost of… (More)

- Chih-Ping Li, Michael J. Neely
- 2011 International Symposium of Modeling and…
- 2011

This paper considers maximizing throughput utility in a multi-user network with partially observable Markov ON/OFF channels. Instantaneous channel states are never known, and all control decisions are based on information provided by ACK/NACK feedback from past transmissions. This system can be viewed as a restless multi-armed bandit problem with a concave… (More)

- Chih-Ping Li, Michael J. Neely
- INFOCOM
- 2012

We study two convex optimization problems in a multi-class M/G/1 queue with adjustable service rates: minimizing convex functions of the average delay vector, and minimizing average service cost, both subject to per-class delay constraints. Using virtual queue techniques, we solve the two problems with variants of dynamic cμ rules. These algorithms… (More)

- Chih-Ping Li, Eytan Modiano
- IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
- 2013

We consider utility maximization in networks where the sources do not employ flow control and may consequently overload the network. In the absence of flow control at the sources, some packets will inevitably have to be dropped when the network is in overload. To that end, we first develop a distributed, thresholdbased packet-dropping policy that maximizes… (More)