Kyu Seob Kim

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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)
In this paper we consider a wireless network composed of a base station and a number of clients, with the goal of scheduling real-time traffic. Even though this problem has been extensively studied in the literature, the impact of delayed acknowledgment has not been assessed. Delayed feedback is of increasing importance in systems where the round trip delay(More)
Today wireless networks are increasingly used to perform applications with Quality of Service constraints (QoS) such as delay, delivery ratio, and channel reliability. Especially, as demand for real-time transmissions increases, transmitting packets with hard delivery deadlines poses an important network control problem. In this thesis, we propose a(More)
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