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AuthorEl-Sherif A.A.
AuthorMohamed A.
Available date2022-04-21T08:58:35Z
Publication Date2012
Publication NameGLOBECOM - IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference
AbstractWe consider wireless mesh networks in which the nodes are utilizing cognitive radios and try to opportunistically gain access to spectrum resources. In such networks, the timely delivery of the traffic is a challenging task due to the licensed (primary) users' activities and their traffic characteristics. To overcome this challenge we propose an algorithm that minimizes the end-to-end delay through joint routing and spectrum resources allocation. The network is analyzed from a queueing theory perspective to capture the effects of dynamic spectrum availability on mesh network's traffic. The joint routing and resource allocation problem is formulated as a non-linear integer programming problem, for which we propose a decentralized solution based on the Lagrangian dual problem. Results demonstrate the performance of our proposed algorithm, as well as the efficiency of the decentralized implementation. 2012 IEEE.
SponsorQatar National Research Fund
SubjectDelay minimization
Dynamic spectrum
End to end delay
LaGrangian dual problem
Non-linear integer programming
Resource allocation problem
Resources allocation
Traffic characteristics
Cognitive radio
Integer programming
MESH networking
Queueing theory
Radio systems
Resource allocation
TitleDelay minimization through joint routing and resource allocation in cognitive radio-based mesh networks
TypeConference Paper

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