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Delay constrained optimal resource utilization of wireless networks for distributed control systems

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An optimal resource utilization framework to analyze the impact of end-to-end delay thresholds on the wireless network throughput is developed. In contrast to conventional networks where lumped transmission and queuing delays are used to model the end-to-end delay, the proposed framework models these delay components separately to analyze their relative contribution to the end-to-end delay when stringent delay thresholds are used. A 'log' utility maximization problem is formulated and its distributed implementation using dual decomposition is proposed. Our optimization results show that decreasing the delay threshold leads to larger contribution from the transmission delay to the end-to-end delay.

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IEEE Communications Letters  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 4 )