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Optimal Distributed Routing and Power Control Decomposition for Wireless Networks

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3 Author(s)
Dekorsy, A. ; Alcatel-Lucent, Nuremberg ; Fliege, J. ; Sollner, M.

Efficiently transmitting data in wireless networks requires an integrated routing, scheduling, and power control strategy. As opposed to the universal dual decomposition we present a method that solve this optimization problem by fully exploiting its combinatorial structure. The method still maintains main requirements such as optimality, distributed implementation, multiple path routing, and per-hop error performance. The method represents a cross-layer approach where we include scheduling in the constraint set of a joint routing and power control optimization problem. Apart from the mathematical framework, the main contribution is a routing and power control decomposition (RPCD) algorithm. For verification, we compare the RPCD algorithm with state-of-art dual decomposition for wireless mesh backhaul networks. Impressive convergence results indicate that the RPCD algorithm calculates the optimum solution in one decomposition step only.

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Global Telecommunications Conference, 2007. GLOBECOM '07. IEEE

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26-30 Nov. 2007

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