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Efficient multicast for link-heterogeneous wireless mesh networks

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5 Author(s)
Guokai Zeng ; Dept. of Comput. Sci. & Eng., Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, MI, USA ; Bo Wang ; Mutka, M. ; Li Xiao
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Wireless mesh networks (WMN) have emerged as an economical means for delivering last-mile Internet access. Multicast is a fundamental service in WMNs because it efficiently distributes data among a group of nodes. Multicast algorithms in WMNs are designed to maximize system throughput and minimize delay. Previous work has unrealistically assumed that the underlying WMN is link-homogeneous. We consider one important form of link heterogeneity: different link loss ratios, or equivalently different ETX. We model different link loss ratios by defining a new graph theory problem, HW-SCDS, on an edge-weighted directed graph, where the edge weights model ETX, the reciprocal of link loss ratios. We minimize transmissions in a multicast by computing a minimum HW-SCDS in the edge-weighted graph. We prove HW-SCDS is NP-hard and devise a greedy algorithm for it. Simulations show that our algorithm significantly outperforms the current best WMN multicast algorithm by both increasing throughput and reducing delay.

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Performance Computing and Communications Conference (IPCCC), 2009 IEEE 28th International

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14-16 Dec. 2009

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