A Jumping-Genes Paradigm for Optimizing Factory WLAN Network

@article{Chan2007AJP,
  title={A Jumping-Genes Paradigm for Optimizing Factory WLAN Network},
  author={Tak-Ming Chan and Kim-Fung Man and Wallace Kit-Sang Tang and Sam Kwong},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={33-43}
}
In this paper, a jumping-genes paradigm is proposed for optimizing the wireless local area network for an integrated-circuit factory. Through the base station placement, not only the best quality of service of the network is guaranteed, but also the performance of the network can be a tradeoff with the number of allowable base stations. This provides a greater flexibility for the designer when the factory environment such as physical space, building structure, equipment, and cost are the… CONTINUE READING
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