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The Resource Resource allocation and performance optimization in communication networks and the internet, Liansheng Tan

Resource allocation and performance optimization in communication networks and the internet, Liansheng Tan

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Resource allocation and performance optimization in communication networks and the internet
Title
Resource allocation and performance optimization in communication networks and the internet
Statement of responsibility
Liansheng Tan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the underlying theory, design techniques and analytical results of wireless communication networks, focusing primarily on the core principles of wireless network design. It elaborates the network utility maximization (NUM) theory with applications in resource allocation of wireless networks, with a central aim of design; i.e., the QoS guarantee. It presents and discusses state-of-the-art developments in resource allocation and performance optimization in wireless communication networks. It provides an overview of the general background including the basic wireless communication networks and the relevant protocols, architectures, methods and algorithms."--Provided by publisher
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Tan, Liansheng,
Dewey number
621.382/1
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Wireless communication systems
  • Computer networks
  • Telecommunication
  • Resource allocation
Label
Resource allocation and performance optimization in communication networks and the internet, Liansheng Tan
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction to Wireless Networks: Evolving Communication Technology; 1.1 Evolution of Wireless Networks; 1.2 1G Wireless Networks; 1.3 2G Wireless Networks; 1.4 3G Wireless Networks; 1.5 4G Wireless Networks; 1.6 5G Wireless Networks; 1.7 Future Trends on Wireless Communication Networks; 1.7.1 Supporting Cloud Computing; 1.7.2 Supporting IoT; Chapter 2 Network Utility Maximization (NUM) Theory; 2.1 Utility and Utility Function; 2.2 NUM Theory
  • 2.3 Application of NUM: Reverse Engineering of TCP RenoChapter 3 Congestion Control Approaches: Primal Algorithm, Dual Algorithm, and Primal-Dual Algorithm; 3.1 Basic Model for Congestion Control in the Internet; 3.2 Solving the Saddle Equilibrium Point Equations to Obtain the Individual Flow Rate Vector and the Link Price Vector; 3.3 Example of Solving the Saddle Equilibrium Point Equations; 3.4 Primal Algorithm; 3.5 Dual Algorithm; 3.6 Primal-Dual Algorithm; 3.7 Stability of Primal-Dual Algorithms toward Satisfactory Performance; 3.7.1 Analyses to the Primal-Dual Algorithm
  • 3.7.2 Stability Results for a Dumbbell Network3.7.3 Applications to Protocol Design and Parameter Setting of FAST TCP; 3.7.4 Simulation Results; 3.7.5 More Results on Parameter Tuning of FAST TCP; 3.7.6 Analyses of the FAST TCP Model and Results on Stability; 3.7.7 Simulation Verification; 3.7.8 Concluding Remarks; 3.8 Stability Analyses of a Primal-Dual Algorithm: FAST TCP over RED; 3.8.1 Primal-Dual Model: Definitions and Notations; 3.8.2 Modified Model of FAST TCP; 3.8.3 Closed-Loop Feedback System of FAST TCP/RED; 3.8.4 Stability Analysis; 3.8.5 Simulation Results; 3.8.6 Conclusions
  • Chapter 4 FAST TCP and Extensions4.1 Novel Virtual Price FAST TCP Congestion Control Approach; 4.1.1 Link Algorithm and Source Algorithm; 4.1.1.1 Link Algorithm: Virtual Pricing Approach; 4.1.1.2 Source Algorithm: Modified Form of FAST TCP; 4.1.2 Simulation Results; 4.1.3 Concluding Remarks; 4.2 Generalized FAST TCP Scheme; 4.2.1 Generalized FAST TCP; 4.2.2 Stability Analyses; 4.2.3 Fairness-Scalability Trade-Off; 4.2.4 Simulation Results; 4.2.5 Concluding Remarks; 4.3 New FAST TCP Variant Considering Packet Loss; 4.3.1 Optimization Problem; 4.3.2 New Flow-Level Model of FAST TCP
  • 4.3.3 Simulation Results4.3.4 Concluding Remarks; Chapter 5 Fairness and Bandwidth Allocation; 5.1 General Description of Max-Min Fairness; 5.2 Max-Min and Min-Max Fairness in Euclidean Spaces; 5.2.1 Definitions and Uniqueness; 5.2.2 Max-Min Fairness and Leximin Ordering; 5.2.3 Existence and Max-Min Achievable Sets; 5.3 MP Algorithm and WF Algorithm; 5.3.1 MP Algorithm; 5.3.2 WF Algorithm; 5.4 Proportional Fairness; 5.4.1 Fast Transmission Control Protocol: Realization of Weighted PF in Bandwidth Allocation; 5.4.2 Weighted Proportional Fair and FAST TCP
Control code
ocn993966669
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781498769457
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
text file, PDF
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993966669
Label
Resource allocation and performance optimization in communication networks and the internet, Liansheng Tan
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction to Wireless Networks: Evolving Communication Technology; 1.1 Evolution of Wireless Networks; 1.2 1G Wireless Networks; 1.3 2G Wireless Networks; 1.4 3G Wireless Networks; 1.5 4G Wireless Networks; 1.6 5G Wireless Networks; 1.7 Future Trends on Wireless Communication Networks; 1.7.1 Supporting Cloud Computing; 1.7.2 Supporting IoT; Chapter 2 Network Utility Maximization (NUM) Theory; 2.1 Utility and Utility Function; 2.2 NUM Theory
  • 2.3 Application of NUM: Reverse Engineering of TCP RenoChapter 3 Congestion Control Approaches: Primal Algorithm, Dual Algorithm, and Primal-Dual Algorithm; 3.1 Basic Model for Congestion Control in the Internet; 3.2 Solving the Saddle Equilibrium Point Equations to Obtain the Individual Flow Rate Vector and the Link Price Vector; 3.3 Example of Solving the Saddle Equilibrium Point Equations; 3.4 Primal Algorithm; 3.5 Dual Algorithm; 3.6 Primal-Dual Algorithm; 3.7 Stability of Primal-Dual Algorithms toward Satisfactory Performance; 3.7.1 Analyses to the Primal-Dual Algorithm
  • 3.7.2 Stability Results for a Dumbbell Network3.7.3 Applications to Protocol Design and Parameter Setting of FAST TCP; 3.7.4 Simulation Results; 3.7.5 More Results on Parameter Tuning of FAST TCP; 3.7.6 Analyses of the FAST TCP Model and Results on Stability; 3.7.7 Simulation Verification; 3.7.8 Concluding Remarks; 3.8 Stability Analyses of a Primal-Dual Algorithm: FAST TCP over RED; 3.8.1 Primal-Dual Model: Definitions and Notations; 3.8.2 Modified Model of FAST TCP; 3.8.3 Closed-Loop Feedback System of FAST TCP/RED; 3.8.4 Stability Analysis; 3.8.5 Simulation Results; 3.8.6 Conclusions
  • Chapter 4 FAST TCP and Extensions4.1 Novel Virtual Price FAST TCP Congestion Control Approach; 4.1.1 Link Algorithm and Source Algorithm; 4.1.1.1 Link Algorithm: Virtual Pricing Approach; 4.1.1.2 Source Algorithm: Modified Form of FAST TCP; 4.1.2 Simulation Results; 4.1.3 Concluding Remarks; 4.2 Generalized FAST TCP Scheme; 4.2.1 Generalized FAST TCP; 4.2.2 Stability Analyses; 4.2.3 Fairness-Scalability Trade-Off; 4.2.4 Simulation Results; 4.2.5 Concluding Remarks; 4.3 New FAST TCP Variant Considering Packet Loss; 4.3.1 Optimization Problem; 4.3.2 New Flow-Level Model of FAST TCP
  • 4.3.3 Simulation Results4.3.4 Concluding Remarks; Chapter 5 Fairness and Bandwidth Allocation; 5.1 General Description of Max-Min Fairness; 5.2 Max-Min and Min-Max Fairness in Euclidean Spaces; 5.2.1 Definitions and Uniqueness; 5.2.2 Max-Min Fairness and Leximin Ordering; 5.2.3 Existence and Max-Min Achievable Sets; 5.3 MP Algorithm and WF Algorithm; 5.3.1 MP Algorithm; 5.3.2 WF Algorithm; 5.4 Proportional Fairness; 5.4.1 Fast Transmission Control Protocol: Realization of Weighted PF in Bandwidth Allocation; 5.4.2 Weighted Proportional Fair and FAST TCP
Control code
ocn993966669
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781498769457
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
text file, PDF
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993966669

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