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Dynamic resource allocation in OFDM systems: an overview of cross-layer optimization principles and techniques

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4 Author(s)
Bohge, M. ; Telecommun. Network Group, Technische Univ. Berlin ; Gross, J. ; Wolisz, A. ; Meyer, M.

Recently, a lot of research effort has been spent on cross-layer system design. It has been shown that cross-layer mechanisms (i.e., policies) potentially provide significant performance gains for various systems. In this article we review several aspects of cross-layer system optimization regarding wireless OFDM systems. We discuss basic optimization models and present selected heuristic approaches realizing cross-layer policies by means of dynamic resource allocation. Two specific areas are treated separately: models and dynamic approaches for single transmitter/receiver pairs (i.e., a point-to-point communication scenario) as well as models and approaches for point-to-multipoint communication scenarios (e.g., the downlink of a wireless cell). This article provides basic knowledge in order to investigate future OFDM cross-layer-optimization issues

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Network, IEEE  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan.-Feb. 2007

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