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## Cooperative Routing in Wireless Networks (2003)

Venue: | In Allerton Conference on Communications, Control and Computing |

Citations: | 32 - 0 self |

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Citation Context ...was shown to only be a function of the distance between nodes in all three algorithms. A shortest path algorithm can be used in a straightforward way to find the optimal route in all three cases. See =-=[18]-=- for several variations of the shortest path algorithm. The complexity of finding the optimal route is O(N2), where N is the number of nodes in the network. To get more insight into the difference bet... |

2124 | A Simple Transmit Diversity Technique for Wireless Communications - Alamouti - 1998 |

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1165 | Diversity and multiplexing: a fundamental tradeoff in multiple-antenna channels
- Zheng, Tse
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Citation Context ...er is required to achieve a certain level of reliability at the link level. It is known that in a Rayleigh fading link, the link outage probability decays as the inverse of the transmitted power, see =-=[19]-=-. If, however, either the transmitter or the receiver is equipt with multiple antenna, this trade-off become much more favorable, see [19] for details. To extend the same analysis to the network layer... |

667 | Investigating the Energy Consumption of a Wireless Network Interface in an Ad Hoc Networking Environment,” Proc
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Citation Context ...tion and physical layer space diversity in ad-hoc wireless networks for the sake of energy efficiency. It is known that in an ad-hoc network, nodes usually spend most of their energy in communication =-=[1]-=-. For this reason, the problem of energy efficiency and energy efficient communication in wireless networks has received a lot of attention. This problem, however, can be approached from two different... |

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Citation Context ... channels that are affected by uncorrelated fading and noise processes. This effect may be achieved by separating the channels in frequency, time, or space. These techniques are reviewed in detail in =-=[3]-=-. Space diversity is usually achieved by employing multiple transmitting and/or multiple receiving antennas. Multiple antennas, on the transmitter or on the receiver side, must be about 0.4λ apart, a ... |

620 | Distributed space-time-coded protocols for exploiting cooperative diversity in wireless networks
- Laneman, Wornell
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Citation Context ...tential to open the door 14 ssds1s2s3sFigure 1-4: Reliability and Diversity for a wide-range of research at the network layer. The idea of route diversity is motivated by the work done in [10], [11], =-=[12]-=-, and [13]. Most pervious results have been focused on two-hop networks and the analysis has been based on information theory results for relay channels. [10], [11], and [12] look at the effect of coo... |

552 | On the Construction of Energy-Efficient Broadcast and Multicast Trees in Wireless Networks,"
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Citation Context ...vantage was first introduced in [7]. The problem of finding the optimal multi-cast and broadcast tree in a wireless network and the added complexity due to WBA has been studied extensively in [7] and =-=[8]-=-. This problem is shown to be NP-Complete in [9] and [10]. The same problem, under the assumption that nodes can collect power in different transmission slots, was studied in [11]. The problem of tran... |

426 | Fading channels: information-theoretic and communications aspects
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Citation Context ...re is no way that the transmitter can adjust its power to compensate for very bad channel states. The appropriate model for the wireless link in this scenario is the capacity-versus-outage model, see =-=[15]-=-, [16], [14]. In this model, the instantaneous capacity of a wireless link is treated as a random variable. A link is said to be in outage when the instantaneous capacity supported by the link is less... |

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Information theoretic considerations for cellular mobile radio
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Citation Context ...no way that the transmitter can adjust its power to compensate for very bad channel states. The appropriate model for the wireless link in this scenario is the capacity-versus-outage model, see [15], =-=[16]-=-, [14]. In this model, the instantaneous capacity of a wireless link is treated as a random variable. A link is said to be in outage when the instantaneous capacity supported by the link is less than ... |

231 | On the capacity of wireless networks: The relay case
- Gastpar, Vetterli
- 2002
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Citation Context ... open the door 14 ssds1s2s3sFigure 1-4: Reliability and Diversity for a wide-range of research at the network layer. The idea of route diversity is motivated by the work done in [10], [11], [12], and =-=[13]-=-. Most pervious results have been focused on two-hop networks and the analysis has been based on information theory results for relay channels. [10], [11], and [12] look at the effect of cooperation a... |

135 | Energy-efficient antenna sharing and relaying for wireless networks,” in
- Laneman, Wornell
- 2000
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Citation Context ...the potential to open the door 14 ssds1s2s3sFigure 1-4: Reliability and Diversity for a wide-range of research at the network layer. The idea of route diversity is motivated by the work done in [10], =-=[11]-=-, [12], and [13]. Most pervious results have been focused on two-hop networks and the analysis has been based on information theory results for relay channels. [10], [11], and [12] look at the effect ... |

108 | Cooperative diversity in wireless networks: Algorithms and architectures
- Laneman
- 2002
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Citation Context ...l has the potential to open the door 14 ssds1s2s3sFigure 1-4: Reliability and Diversity for a wide-range of research at the network layer. The idea of route diversity is motivated by the work done in =-=[10]-=-, [11], [12], and [13]. Most pervious results have been focused on two-hop networks and the analysis has been based on information theory results for relay channels. [10], [11], and [12] look at the e... |

26 | Efficient Multihop Broadcast for Wideband Systems
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Citation Context ...xtensively in [7] and [8]. This problem is shown to be NP-Complete in [9] and [10]. The same problem, under the assumption that nodes can collect power in different transmission slots, was studied in =-=[11]-=-. The problem of transmission diversity is discussed in [4].2 Problem Formulation Consider a wireless ad-hoc network consisting of arbitrarily distributed nodes where each node has a single omni-dire... |

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Ephremides: Algorithms for Energy-Efficient Multicasting in Static Ad Hoc Wireless Networks.
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Citation Context ...he transmission radius of s to 1, receives the information transmitted from s at no additional cost. This property of wireless medium is usually referred to as Wireless Broadcast Advantage (WBA) (see =-=[7]-=-). Cooperation between nodes 1 and 2 in the second hop will create transmission-side diversity and may result in a lower energy route from s to d. Under this setting, each node can participate in coop... |

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Srinivas and Eytan Modiano, ”Minimum Energy Disjoint Path Routing
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Citation Context ...and [4]. This problem is shown to be NP-Complete in [5] and [6]. WBA also adds substantial complexity to route selection algorithms even in non-broadcast scenarios. For example, this model is used in =-=[7]-=- in the context of selecting the minimum energy link and node disjoint paths in a wireless network. Another interesting property of the wireless medium is the benefit of space diversity at the physica... |

6 |
Transmit diversity
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- 2002
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Citation Context ...mplete in [9] and [10]. The same problem, under the assumption that nodes can collect power in different transmission slots, was studied in [11]. The problem of transmission diversity is discussed in =-=[4]-=-.2 Problem Formulation Consider a wireless ad-hoc network consisting of arbitrarily distributed nodes where each node has a single omni-directional antenna. We assume that each node can dynamically a... |

5 |
Fundamental of Wireless Communications”, working draft
- Tse, Viswanath
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Citation Context ... the channel changes relatively 12 fast, coding can be done to average the effect of fading. This type of averaging effect is the motivation behind the ergodic capacity model for fading channels (see =-=[14]-=-). To achieve this type of average behavior, however, very long delays might be imposed on the data. Another possibility arises when the time scale over which the fading states vary is much longer tha... |

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Coherent cooperative transmission from multiple adjacent antennas to a distant stationary antenna through AWGN channels,” Vehicular Technology Conference
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Citation Context ...r and complete decoding as long as the received SNR is above the minimum threshold SNRmin. In this paper, we do not address the feasibility of precise phase synchronization. The reader is referred to =-=[12]-=- for a discussion of mechanisms for achieving this level of synchronization. 4. Multi-Point-to-Multi-Point Link: n > 1, m > 1: This is not a valid option under our assumptions, as synchronizing transm... |

2 |
Eytan Modiano and Li Shu, ”On the Complexity and Distributed Construction of Energy Efficient Broadcast Trees
- Ashwinder
- 2002
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Citation Context ... of finding the optimal multi-cast and broadcast tree in a wireless network and the added complexity due to WBA has been studied extensively in [7] and [8]. This problem is shown to be NP-Complete in =-=[9]-=- and [10]. The same problem, under the assumption that nodes can collect power in different transmission slots, was studied in [11]. The problem of transmission diversity is discussed in [4].2 Proble... |

2 |
Hubaux and Christian Enz,”Minimum-energy broadcast in all-wireless networks: NP-completeness and distribution issues
- Cagalj, Jean-Pierre
- 2002
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Citation Context ...ing the optimal multi-cast and broadcast tree in a wireless network and the added complexity due to WBA has been studied extensively in [7] and [8]. This problem is shown to be NP-Complete in [9] and =-=[10]-=-. The same problem, under the assumption that nodes can collect power in different transmission slots, was studied in [11]. The problem of transmission diversity is discussed in [4].2 Problem Formula... |

2 |
Discrete Stochastoc Processes
- Gallagar
- 1996
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Citation Context ...work power-density-profile as defined in equation 3.48. 0sFigure 3-15: Poisson Line Network Let N(a, b) be the random variable for the number of nodes in the interval of (a, b]. It is well known, see =-=[17]-=-, that for exponential internode distances, the number 80 of nodes in any interval is a Poisson random variable. Furthermore, the number of nodes in non-overlapping intervals are independent of each o... |