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A Novel Approach for Scheduling in STDMA for High-Throughput Backbone Wireless Mesh Networks Operating within 60-80 GHz

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2 Author(s)
Vishnevsky, V.M. ; Inf. & Networking Technol. R&D Co., Moscow, Russia ; Larionov, A.A.

This work proposes a novel approach to centralized scheduling in Spatial TDMA (STDMA) for a new class of high-throughput backbone broadband wireless mesh networks operating within 60-80 GHz. The approach is based on granted-to-requested ratio maxmin optimization criterion. During a research work, a centralized gradient algorithm for an optimal schedule construction was developed and its polynomial convergence was proven. The paper outlines key features of the high-throughput wireless mesh networks class under development, contains the scheduling problem formulation and introduces the polynomial algorithm for optimal resource allocation.

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Advances in Mesh Networks (MESH), 2010 Third International Conference on

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18-25 July 2010