Advanced wireless networks: technology and business models by Savo G. Glisic

By Savo G. Glisic

Overlaying the prestige of instant networks and their destiny strength because the prepares for 4G, this paintings adopts a logical process, starting each one bankruptcy with introductory fabric, ahead of continuing to extra complicated themes and instruments for procedure analysis.

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J. (1999) Small Worlds, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ. J. (2003) The structure and function of complex networks. SIAM Review, 45, 167–256. , de Meer, H. S. , Hoboken, NJ. 1 Graphs and Routing Protocols The most important function of the network layer is routing. A tool used in the design and analysis of routing protocols is graph theory. Networks can be represented by graphs where mobile nodes are vertices and communication links are edges. Routing protocols often use shortest path algorithms.

MST Computation: Prim’s Algorithm: Select an arbitrary node as the initial tree (T). , weight). The algorithm stops after |V| − 1 iterations. Computational complexity = O (|V|2). 11. Kruskal’s Algorithm: E ={e}. Select the edge e E of minimum weight Continue to add the edge e E − E of minimum weight that when added to E , does not form a cycle. Computational complexity = O (|E| × log|E|). 12. 10 Minimum spanning tree Distributed Algorithms: For these algorithms each node does not need complete knowledge of the topology.

S. and Rao, R. (2011) A realistic small-world model for wireless mesh networks. IEEE Communications Letters, 15 (4), 455–457. , and Loureiro, A. (2008) On the Design of Heterogeneous Sensor Networks Based on Small World Concepts. 11th International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWiM 08), 2008, Vancouver, Canada, p. 309314. [14] Brust, M. and Rothkugel, S. (2007) Small-Worlds: Strong Clustering in Wireless Networks. First International Workshop on Localized Algorithms and Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks, LOCALGOS, USA, 2007.

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