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Wireless Communications Resource Management - Byeong Gi Lee
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InhaltsangabePreface.About the Authors.Abbreviations.PART I CONCEPTS AND BACKGROUND.1 Introduction.1.1 Evolution of Wireless Communications.1.2 Wireless Resource Management.1.2.1 Bandwidth Management.1.2.2 Transmission Power Management.1.2.3 Antenna Management.1.2.4 Inter-cell Resource Management.1.3 Organization of the Book.2 Characteristics of Wireless Channels.2.1 Channel Gain.2.2 Large-scale Fading.2.2.1 Path Loss.2.2.2 Shadowing.2.3 Small-scale Fading.2.3.1 Fading in the Time Domain.2.3.2 Fading in the Frequency Domain.2.4 Technologies against Channel Fading.2.4.1 Diversity.2.4.2 Hybrid ARQ.2.4.3 Adaptive Modulation and Coding.3 Basic Concepts for Resource Management.3.1 Definition of Resource Management.3.1.1 Wireless Resources.3.1.2 Problem Formulation.3.2 Multiple-access Methods.3.2.1 Frequency-division Multiple Access.3.2.2 Time-division Multiple Access.3.2.3 Code-division Multiple Access.3.2.4 Orthogonal Frequency-division Multiple Access.3.3 Quality of Services.3.3.1 QoS Classification.3.3.2 Prioritization and Fairness.3.4 Resource Management in Protocol Layers.3.4.1 Classical Protocol Layering.3.4.2 Cross-layer Design in Wireless Resource Management.4 Mathematical Tools for Resource Management.4.1 Convex Optimization.4.1.1 Basic Concepts.4.1.2 Constrained Optimization.4.1.3 Lagrange Dual Function.4.1.4 Karush Kuhn Tucker Optimality Condition.4.1.5 Application of Convex Optimization.4.2 Dynamic Programming.4.2.1 Sequential Optimization.4.2.2 Markov Decision Process.4.3 Analogy of Economics and Wireless Resource Management.4.3.1 Economics Model.4.3.2 Example of Wireless Resource Allocation.PART II WIRELESS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES.5 Bandwidth Management.5.1 Differences between Wired and Wireless Communications.5.1.1 Statistical Multiplexing in a Wired Network.5.1.2 Multiuser Diversity in a Wireless Network.5.2 Schedulers based on Generalized Processor Sharing.5.2.1 Generalized Processor Sharing.5.2.2 Modifications of GPS for Wireless Channels.5.3 Schedulers for Throughput Maximization.5.3.1 Maximal-rate Scheduling.5.3.2 Proportional Fairness Scheduling.5.3.3 Temporal Fairness Scheduling.5.3.4 Utilitarian Fairness Scheduling.5.3.5 Scheduling based on Cumulative Distribution Function.5.3.6 Comparison of Scheduling Algorithms.5.4 Delay Performance of Wireless Schedulers.5.4.1 Throughput Optimality.5.4.2 Modified Largest-Weight-Delay-First (LWDF) Scheduling.5.4.3 Exponential Rule Scheduling.5.5 QoS in Wireless Scheduling and Admission Control.5.5.1 Effective Bandwidth and Effective Capacity.5.5.2 QoS Provision.6 Transmission Power Management.6.1 Transmission Power Management for Interference Regulation.6.1.1 Power Control with Strict SINR Requirement.6.1.2 Utility-based Power Control.6.1.3 Power Control along with Rate Control.6.1.4 Power Control for Hybrid ARQ.6.2 Transmission Power Management for Multiple Parallel Subchannels.6.2.1 Single-user Case.6.2.2 Multiuser Case I: Throughput Maximization.6.2.3 Multiuser Case II: Utility Maximization.6.2.4 Multiuser Case III: With Time Diversity.6.3 Transmission Power Adaptation to Time-varying Environments.6.3.1 Capacity of Time-varying Channe Procedure and Performance.8.2.2 Resource Reservation via Guard Channel Policy.8.2.3 Handoff Request Queuing and Soft Handoff.8.2.4 Advanced Handoff Management Schemes.Index. Wireless Communications Resource Management: InhaltsangabePreface.About the Authors.Abbreviations.PART I CONCEPTS AND BACKGROUND.1 Introduction.1.1 Evolution of Wireless Communications.1.2 Wireless Resource Management.1.2.1 Bandwidth Management.1.2.2 Transmission Power Management.1.2.3 Antenna Management.1.2.4 Inter-cell Resource Management.1.3 Organization of the Book.2 Characteristics of Wireless Channels.2.1 Channel Gain.2.2 Large-scale Fading.2.2.1 Path Loss.2.2.2 Shadowing.2.3 Small-scale Fading.2.3.1 Fading in the Time Domain.2.3.2 Fading in the Frequency Domain.2.4 Technologies against Channel Fading.2.4.1 Diversity.2.4.2 Hybrid ARQ.2.4.3 Adaptive Modulation and Coding.3 Basic Concepts for Resource Management.3.1 Definition of Resource Management.3.1.1 Wireless Resources.3.1.2 Problem Formulation.3.2 Multiple-access Methods.3.2.1 Frequency-division Multiple Access.3.2.2 Time-division Multiple Access.3.2.3 Code-division Multiple Access.3.2.4 Orthogonal Frequency-division Multiple Access.3.3 Quality of Services.3.3.1 QoS Classification.3.3.2 Prioritization and Fairness.3.4 Resource Management in Protocol Layers.3.4.1 Classical Protocol Layering.3.4.2 Cross-layer Design in Wireless Resource Management.4 Mathematical Tools for Resource Management.4.1 Convex Optimization.4.1.1 Basic Concepts.4.1.2 Constrained Optimization.4.1.3 Lagrange Dual Function.4.1.4 Karush Kuhn Tucker Optimality Condition.4.1.5 Application of Convex Optimization.4.2 Dynamic Programming.4.2.1 Sequential Optimization.4.2.2 Markov Decision Process.4.3 Analogy of Economics and Wireless Resource Management.4.3.1 Economics Model.4.3.2 Example of Wireless Resource Allocation.PART II WIRELESS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES.5 Bandwidth Management.5.1 Differences between Wired and Wireless Communications.5.1.1 Statistical Multiplexing in a Wired Network.5.1.2 Multiuser Diversity in a Wireless Network.5.2 Schedulers based on Generalized Processor Sharing.5.2.1 Generalized Processor Sharing.5.2.2 Modifications of GPS for Wireless Channels.5.3 Schedulers for Throughput Maximization.5.3.1 Maximal-rate Scheduling.5.3.2 Proportional Fairness Scheduling.5.3.3 Temporal Fairness Scheduling.5.3.4 Utilitarian Fairness Scheduling.5.3.5 Scheduling based on Cumulative Distribution Function.5.3.6 Comparison of Scheduling Algorithms.5.4 Delay Performance of Wireless Schedulers.5.4.1 Throughput Optimality.5.4.2 Modified Largest-Weight-Delay-First (LWDF) Scheduling.5.4.3 Exponential Rule Scheduling.5.5 QoS in Wireless Scheduling and Admission Control.5.5.1 Effective Bandwidth and Effective Capacity.5.5.2 QoS Provision.6 Transmission Power Management.6.1 Transmission Power Management for Interference Regulation.6.1.1 Power Control with Strict SINR Requirement.6.1.2 Utility-based Power Control.6.1.3 Power Control along with Rate Control.6.1.4 Power Control for Hybrid ARQ.6.2 Transmission Power Management for Multiple Parallel Subchannels.6.2.1 Single-user Case.6.2.2 Multiuser Case I: Throughput Maximization.6.2.3 Multiuser Case II: Utility Maximization.6.2.4 Multiuser Case III: With Time Diversity.6.3 Transmission Power Adaptation to Time-varying Environments.6.3.1 Capacity of Time-varying Channe Procedure and Performance.8.2.2 Resource Reservation via Guard Channel Policy.8.2.3 Handoff Request Queuing and Soft Handoff.8.2.4 Advanced Handoff Management Schemes.Index. Communication Technology Drahtlose Kommunikation Electrical & Electronics Engineering Elektrotechnik u. Elektronik Kommunikationsnetz Kommunikationstechnik Mobile & Wireless Communications, John Wiley & Sons

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Wireless technologies continue to evolve to address the insatiable demand for faster response times, larger bandwidth, and reliable transmission. Yet as the industry moves toward the development of post 3G systems, engineers have consumed all the affordable physical layer technologies discovered to date. This has necessitated more intelligent and optimized utilization of available wireless. Wireless technologies continue to evolve to address the insatiable demand for faster response times, larger bandwidth, and reliable transmission. Yet as the industry moves toward the development of post 3G systems, engineers have consumed all the affordable physical layer technologies discovered to date. This has necessitated more intelligent and optimized utilization of available wireless resources. Wireless Communications Resource Managem ent, Lee, Park, and SEO cover all aspects of this critical topic, from the preliminary concepts and mathematical tools to detailed descriptions of all the resource management techniques. Readers will be able to more effectively leverage limited spectrum and maximize device battery power, as well as address channel loss, shadowing, and multipath fading phenomena. Presents the latest resource allocation techniques for new and next generation air interface technologies Arms readers with the necessary fundamentals and mathematical tools Illustrates theoretical concepts in a concrete manner Gives detailed coverage on scheduling, power management, and MIMO techniques Written by an author team working in both academia and industry Wireless Communications Resource Managementis geared for engineers in the wireless industry and graduate students specializing in wireless communications. Professionals in wireless service and device manufacturing industries will find the book to be a clear, up-to-date overview of the topic. Readers will benefit from a basic, undergraduate-level understanding of networks and communications. Course instructors can access lecture materials at the companion website:(www. wiley.com/go/bglee) eBooks, , Wireless Communications Resource Management~~EBook~~9780470823576~~Daeyoung Park, Hanbyul SEO, Byeong Gi Lee, , Wireless Communications Resource Management, Daeyoung Park, 9780470823576, Wiley, 07/28/2009, , , , Wiley

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Wireless technologies continue to evolve to address the insatiable demand for faster response times, larger bandwidth, and reliable transmission. Yet as the industry moves toward the development of post 3G systems, engineers have consumed all the affordable physical layer technologies discovered to date. This has necessitated more intelligent and optimized utilization of available wireless resources. Wireless Communications Resource Managem ent, Lee, Park, and Seo cover all aspects of this critical topic, from the preliminary concepts and mathematical tools to detailed descriptions of all the resource management techniques. Readers will be able to more effectively leverage limited spectrum and maximize device battery power, as well as address channel loss, shadowing, and multipath fading phenomena.Presents the latest resource allocation techniques for new and next generation air interface technologiesArms readers with the necessary fundamentals and mathematical toolsIllustrates theoretical concepts in a concrete mannerGives detailed coverage on scheduling, power management, and MIMO techniquesWritten by an author team working in both academia and industryWireless Communications Resource Managementis geared for engineers in the wireless industry and graduate students specializing in wireless communications. Professionals in wireless service and device manufacturing industries will find the book to be a clear, up-to-date overview of the topic. Readers will benefit from a basic, undergraduate-level understanding of networks and communications.Course instructors can access lecture materials at the companion website:(www.wiley.com/go/bglee); PDF \ G. Mathias Kondolf; Scientific, Technical and Medical > Electronics & communications engineering > Communications engine, Wiley

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Wireless technologies continue to evolve to address the insatiabledemand for faster response times, larger bandwidth, and reliabletransmission. Yet as the industry moves toward the development ofpost 3G systems, engineers have consumed all the affordablephysical layer technologies discovered to date. This hasnecessitated more intelligent and optimized utilization ofavailable wireless resources.Wireless Communications Resource Managem ent, Lee, Park,and Seo cover all aspects of this critical topic, from thepreliminary concepts and mathematical tools to detaileddescriptions of all the resource management techniques. Readerswill be able to more effectively leverage limited spectrum andmaximize device battery power, as well as address channel loss,shadowing, and multipath fading phenomena.* Presents the latest resource allocation techniques for new andnext generation air interface technologies* Arms readers with the necessary fundamentals and mathematicaltools* Illustrates theoretical concepts in a concrete manner* Gives detailed coverage on scheduling, power management, andMIMO techniques* Written by an author team working in both academia andindustryWireless Communications Resource Managementis geared forengineers in the wireless industry and graduate studentsspecializing in wireless communications. Professionals in wirelessservice and device manufacturing industries will find the book tobe a clear, up-to-date overview of the topic. Readers will benefitfrom a basic, undergraduate-level understanding of networks andcommunications.Course instructors can access lecture materials at the companionwebsite:(www.wiley.com/go/bglee) E-Book, [PU: Wiley]

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