Fabrice Peix

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In this paper, we address the problem of computing the transport capacity of Wireless Mesh Networks dedicated to Internet access. Routing and transmission scheduling have a major impact on the capacity provided to the clients. A crosslayer optimization of these problems allows the routing to take into account contentions due to radio interferences. We(More)
The notion of Shared Risk Resource Groups (SRRG) has been introduced to capture survivability issues when a set of resources may fail simultaneously. Applied to Wavelength Division Multiplexing Network (WDM), it expresses that some links and nodes may fail simultaneously. The reliability of a connection therefore depends on the number of SRRGs through which(More)
Wireless mesh network performance issues have been modeled by the Joint Routing and Scheduling Problem (JRSP) in which a maximum per-flow throughput is computed. A classical relaxation of JRSP, denoted as the Round Weighting Problem (RWP), consists in assigning enough weight to sets of compatible simultaneous transmissions (rounds), while minimizing the sum(More)
The notion of Shared Risk Resource Groups (SRRG) has been introduced to capture survivability issues when a set of resources may fail simultaneously. Applied to Wavelength Division Multiplexing Network (WDM), it expresses that some links and nodes may fail simultaneously. The reliability of a connection therefore depends on the number of SRRGs through which(More)
Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) have become an interesting answer for broadband wireless networking. Cross-layer optimization problems for WMNs deployment and management are necessary and challenging. In this paper we focus on jointly optimizing routing and link scheduling in a single-channel wireless mesh network, in order to maximize fair network throughput(More)
The purpose of this Research Team proposal is to promote the use of synchronous formalisms for the high-level modeling, the full formal design, and the distributed implementation satisfying real-time constraints of (some specific classes of) embedded software. It is based on prior work by the authors on the SYNCCHARTS, ESTEREL, and SYNDEX formalisms, which(More)
Many discrete-event simulators are developed concurrently, but with identical or similar purpose. This poster presents the Open Simulation Architecture (OSA), a discrete-event component-based simulation platform whose goal is to favor the reuse and integration of simulation software components and models. To favor reuse, OSA uses a layered approach to(More)
Wireless mesh network performance issues have been modeled by the Joint Routing and Scheduling Problem (JRSP) in which a maximum per-flow throughput is computed. A classical relaxation of JRSP, denoted as the Round Weighting Problem (RWP), consists in assigning enough weight to sets of compatible simultaneous transmissions (rounds), while minimizing the sum(More)
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