Debarshi Kumar Sanyal

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The IEEE 802.16/WiMAX mesh standard is a promising technology to support next generation wireless broadband metropolitan area networks. The medium access control (MAC) layer of IEEE 802.16 mesh supports both centralized and distributed scheduling mechanisms. The coordinated distributed scheduling mechanism uses a pseudo-random election algorithm to(More)
—Wireless mesh networks (WMNs) consist of mesh clients that can be either stationary or mobile, and static mesh routers through which the clients communicate with each other and with the Internet or other networks. Wireless mesh networks have established their presence with a promise of supporting variegated traffic ranging from real-time to best-effort(More)
IEEE 802.16/WiMAX is an emerging standard for broadband wireless networks. It operates in both point-to-multipoint (PMP) and mesh modes. In the former, a number of subscriber stations communicate directly with a central base station. Although it supports different traffic classes characterized by distinct QoS requirements, the simplest is the best effort(More)
Game-theory based carrier sense multiple access (CSMA) protocols for wireless networks have recently emerged as a competitive alternative to classical CSMA based medium access control designs. The advantage of game-theory based approaches lies in the scope of precise mathematical analysis and hence predictable performance compared to approaches based on(More)
The aim of topology-transparent scheduling algorithms for multi-hop wireless networks is to find a schedule for the nodes that does not need re-computation when the network topology changes. It caters to highly dynamic scenarios where topology changes occur faster than the speed at which schedule updates can be orchestrated. These algorithms normally take(More)