A Unified Scheduling For Multi-Hop Wireless With Order Optimal Per Flow Delay

  • D.Elayarani, R.Parijatham
  • Published 2014


Wireless multi hop networks, end-to-end (e2e) delay are a critical parameter for quality of service (QoS) guarantees. For the long flows, the end-to-end delay may grow quadratic ally with the number of hops. It is difficult to control the end-to-end delay of each flow. Proposed a new joint congestion control and scheduling algorithm for multi hop wireless… (More)


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