Buffer-Aware Network Coding for Wireless Networks

@article{Chen2012BufferAwareNC,
  title={Buffer-Aware Network Coding for Wireless Networks},
  author={Wei Chen and Khaled Ben Letaief and Zhigang Cao},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking},
  year={2012},
  volume={20},
  pages={1389-1401}
}
Network coding, which can combine various traffic flows or packets via algebraic operations, has the potential of achieving substantial throughput and power efficiency gains in wireless networks. As such, it is considered as a powerful solution to meet the stringent demands and requirements of next-generation wireless systems. However, because of the random and asynchronous packet arrivals, network coding may result in severe delay and packet loss because packets need to wait to be network… CONTINUE READING

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