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Throughput-Delay Tradeoff for Hierarchical Cooperation in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks

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2 Author(s)
Ozgur, A. ; Fac. Inf. et Commun., Ecole Polytech. Federate de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland ; Leveque, O.

Hierarchical cooperation has recently been shown to achieve better throughput scaling than classical multihop schemes under certain assumptions on the channel model in static wireless networks. However, the end-to-end delay of this scheme turns out to be significantly larger than those of multihop schemes. A modification of the scheme is proposed here that achieves a throughput-delay tradeoff D(n) = (logn)2 T(n) for T(n) between ¿(¿(n)/logn) and ¿(n/logn), where D(n) and T(n) are respectively the average delay per bit and the aggregate throughput in a network of n nodes. This tradeoff complements the previous results of El Gamal et al. , which show that the throughput-delay tradeoff for multihop schemes is given by D(n) = T(n) where T(n) lies between ¿(1) and ¿(¿(n).

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:56 ,  Issue: 3 )

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March 2010

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