Available Bandwidth Estimation Strategy Based on the Network Allocation Vector

@article{Liu2012AvailableBE,
  title={Available Bandwidth Estimation Strategy Based on the Network Allocation Vector},
  author={Hongtao Liu and Lianglun Cheng},
  journal={J. Networks},
  year={2012},
  volume={7},
  pages={2089-2095}
}
Available bandwidth is of great importance to network Quality of Service assurance, network load balancing, streaming media rate control, routing, and congestion control, etc.. In this paper, the available bandwidth estimation strategy based on the Network Allocation Vector for Wireless Sensor Networks is proposed. According to the size of the average contention window, network nodes predict the probability of collision in process of frame transmission, and then estimate the number of… Expand
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