Ad-hoc, Mobile, and Wireless Networks: 15th International by Nathalie Mitton, Valeria Loscri, Alexandre Mouradian

By Nathalie Mitton, Valeria Loscri, Alexandre Mouradian

This publication constitutes the court cases of the fifteenth foreign convention on advert Hoc Networks and instant, ADHOC-NOW 2016, held in Lille, France in July 2016.

The 23 complete papers offered including one brief paper during this quantity have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from sixty four submissions. The contributions are prepared in topical sections named: source allocation, thought and communications, PHY/MAC/routing in sensors/IoT, DTN/opportunistic networks, sensors/IoT, protection, VANET and ITS, and robots and MANETs.

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E. Tsiropoulou et al. ÃðrÞðkÞ Step 3: Set k :¼ k þ 1. e. Pu;t ÃðkÞ Pu;t ),  u 2 U and t 2 T, based on Eq. (12).     ÃðrÞðk þ 1Þ  Ãðk þ 1Þ ÃðrÞðkÞ  ÃðkÞ  Step 4: If Pu;t À Pu;t  e (resp. Pu;t À Pu;t  (resp. g. e ¼ 10À5 then stop. Otherwise go to step 2 7 Numerical Results In this section we provide some indicative numerical results illustrating the operation and features of the proposed framework and the NOAPRA algorithm. Throughout our study, we consider a VPAN, where T = 8 OAPs are established within a room of size 10 m × 6 m × 3 m (W × L × H) and U users are distributed within the room.

3383–3388, June 2014 3. : Information rate of OFDM-based optical wireless communication systems with nonlinear distortion. J. Lightwave Technol. 31(6), 918–929 (2013) 4. : Opportunistic channel reuse for a self-organized visible light communication personal area network. In: Fifth International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN), pp. 131–134, July 2013 5. : Multiple access resource allocation in visible light communication systems. J. Lightwave Technol. 32(8), 1594–1600 (2014) 6.

U 2 U, and all available OAPs t 2 T that he is able to connect to. This method provides a near-optimum solution achieving multi-user, as well as multiple OAPs diversity and channel gain diversity. However, it should be noted that MGS policy is neither necessary nor sufficient for optimality. More specifically, we create the matrix H, which is structured based on the line-of-sight (LOS) channel gain Hu;t between each user u 2 U and OAP t 2 T. 2 H1;1 6 H2;1 6 Hðu; tÞ ¼ 6 6Á 4Á HU;1 H1;2 H2;2 Á Á HU;2 ÁÁÁ ÁÁÁ ÁÁÁ ÁÁÁ ÁÁÁ 3 H1;T 7 Á 7 7 Á 7 5 Á HU;T ð8Þ According to users’ path gain matrix H, each user selects the OAP to connect to and communicate with based on MGS policy as follows: là ¼ fuà ; tà g ¼ arg max H(u,t) ð9Þ t2T It should be noted that after the OAP selection process, each OAP t 2 T knows the number of users Nt that are connected to its corresponding cell.

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