Energy-delay tradeoff in a two-way relay with network coding

@article{Goseling2013EnergydelayTI,
  title={Energy-delay tradeoff in a two-way relay with network coding},
  author={Jasper Goseling and Richard J. Boucherie and Jan-Kees C. W. van Ommeren},
  journal={Perform. Eval.},
  year={2013},
  volume={70},
  pages={981-994}
}
A queueing model for a relay in a communication network that is employing network coding is introduced. It is shown that communication networks with coding are closely related to queueing networks with positive and negative customers. The tradeoff between minimizing energy consumption andminimizing delay for a two-way relay is investigated. Analytical upper and lower bounds on the energy consumption and the delay are obtained using a Markov reward approach. Exact expressions are given for the… CONTINUE READING

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