Williams Arbaugh

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Wireless packet scheduling has been a popular paradigm to achieve packet-level quality of services in terms of fairness and throughput in the presence of channel errors. However, the current design does not anticipate the multi-rate capability offered by the IEEE 802.11a/b/g physical layer, thus suffering significant performance degradation in 802.11 WLANs.(More)
Wireless packet scheduling has been a popular paradigm to provide packet-level quality of services (QoS), in terms of throughput, delay and fair sharing, over error-prone channels. However, the state-of-the-art scheduling solutions are designed for single-rate environments. They cannot exploit the multi-rate capability offered by the physical layer of the(More)
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