Advanced Wireless Networks: Cognitive, Cooperative and Opportunistic 4G Technology (2nd Revised edition)

Advanced Wireless Networks: Cognitive, Cooperative and Opportunistic 4G Technology (2nd Revised edition)

By: Beatriz Lorenzo (author), Savo G. Glisic (author)Hardback

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With 40# new material the new edition of Advanced Wireless Networks provides a comprehensive representation of the key issues in 4G wireless networks. Focussing on cognitive, cooperative and opportunistic paradigms to provide further increase in network efficiency, the book explores and addresses issues in wireless internet, mobile cellular and WLAN, as well as sensor, ad hoc, bio-inspired, active and cognitive networks. It examines the problem of cross-layer optimisation and network information theory as well as adaptability and reconfigurability in wireless networks. This book is an integral description of future wireless networks and the interconnection between their elements. The information is presented in a logical order within each chapter making it ideal for all levels of reader including researchers involved in modelling and analysis of future networks as well as engineers working in the area. Each chapter starts with introductory material and gradually includes more sophisticated models and mathematical tools concluding with a comprehensive list of references. Fully updated throughout with five new chapters on Opportunistic Communications; Relaying and Mesh Networks; Topology Control; Network Optimization; and Cognitive Radio Resource Management Unifies the latest research on cognitive, cooperative and opportunistic paradigms in wireless communications Provides efficient analytical tools for network analysis Discusses security issues, an essential element of working with wireless networks Supports advanced university and training courses in the field Companion website containing extra appendix on Queuing theory

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Preface to the Second Edition. 1 Fundamentals. 1.1 4G Networks and Composite Radio Environment. 1.2 Protocol Boosters. 1.3 Green Wireless Networks. References. 2 Opportunistic Communications. 2.1 Multiuser Diversity. 2.2 Proportional Fair Scheduling. 2.3 Opportunistic Beamforming. 2.4 Opportunistic Nulling in Cellular Systems. 2.5 Network Cooperation and Opportunistic Communications. 2.6 Multiuser Diversity in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks. 2.7 Mobility-Assisted Opportunistic Scheduling (MAOS). 2.8 Opportunistic and Cooperative Cognitive Wireless Networks. References. 3 Relaying and Mesh Networks. 3.1 Relaying Strategies in Cooperative Cellular Networks. 3.2 Mesh/Relay Networks. 3.3 Opportunistic Ad Hoc Relaying For Multicast. References. 4 Topology Control. 4.1 Local Minimum Spanning Tree (LMST) Topology Control. 4.2 Joint Topology Control, Resource Allocation and Routing. 4.3 Fault-Tolerant Topology. 4.4 Topology Control in Directed Graphs. 4.5 Adjustable Topology Control. 4.6 Self-Configuring Topologies. References. 5 Adaptive Medium Access Control. 5.1 WLAN Enhanced Distributed Coordination Function. 5.2 Adaptive MAC for WLAN with Adaptive Antennas. 5.3 MAC for Wireless Sensor Networks. 5.4 MAC for Ad Hoc Networks. References. 6 Teletraffic Modeling and Analysis. 6.1 Channel Holding Time in PCS Networks. References. 7 Adaptive Network Layer. 7.1 Graphs and Routing Protocols. 7.2 Graph Theory. 7.3 Routing with Topology Aggregation. 7.4 Network and Aggregation Models. References. 8 Effective Capacity. 8.1 Effective Traffic Source Parameters. 8.2 Effective Link Layer Capacity. References. 9 Adaptive TCP Layer. 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 TCP Operation and Performance. 9.3 TCP for Mobile Cellular Networks. 9.4 Random Early Detection Gateways for Congestion Avoidance. 9.5 TCP for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. References. 10 Network Optimization Theory. 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 Layering as Optimization Decomposition. 10.3 Crosslayer Optimization. 10.4 Optimization Problem Decomposition Methods. 10.5 Optimization of Distributed Rate Allocation for Inelastic Utility Flows. 10.6 Nonconvex Optimization Problem in Network with QoS Provisioning. 10.7 Optimization of Layered Multicast by Using Integer and Dynamic Programming. 10.8 QoS Optimization in Time-Varying Channels. 10.9 Network Optimization by Geometric Programming. 10.10 QoS Scheduling by Geometric Programming. References. 11 Mobility Management. 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Cellular Systems with Prioritized Handoff. 11.3 Cell Residing Time Distribution. 11.4 Mobility Prediction in Pico- and MicroCellular Networks. Appendix: Distance Calculation in an Intermediate Cell. References. 12 Cognitive Radio Resource Management. 12.1 Channel Assignment Schemes. 12.2 Dynamic Channel Allocation with SDMA. 12.3 Packet-Switched SDMA/TDMA Networks. 12.4 SDMA/OFDM Networks with Adaptive Data Rate. 12.5 Intercell Interference Cancellation SP Separability. 12.6 Intercell Interference Avoidance in SDMA Systems. 12.7 Multilayer RRM. 12.8 Resource Allocation with Power Preassignment (RAPpA). 12.9 Cognitive and Cooperative Dynamic Radio Resource Allocation. Appendix 12A: Power Control, CD Protocol, in the Presence of Fading. Appendix 12B: Average Intercell Throughput. References. 13 Ad Hoc Networks. 13.1 Routing Protocols. 13.2 Hybrid routing protocol. 13.3 Scalable Routing Strategies. 13.4 Multipath Routing. 13.5 Clustering Protocols. 13.6 Cashing Schemes for Routing. 13.7 Distributed QoS Routing. References. 14 Sensor Networks. 14.1 Introduction. 14.2 Sensor Networks Parameters. 14.3 Sensor networks architecture. 14.4 Mobile Sensor Networks Deployment. 14.5 Directed Diffusion. 14.6 Aggregation in Wireless Sensor Networks. 14.7 Boundary Estimation. 14.8 Optimal Transmission Radius in Sensor Networks. 14.9 Data Funneling. 14.10 Equivalent Transport Control Protocol in Sensor Networks. References. 15 Security. 15.1 Authentication. 15.2 Security Architecture. 15.3 Key Management. 15.4 Security management in GSM networks. 15.5 Security management in UMTS. 15.6 Security architecture for UMTS/WLAN Interworking. 15.7 Security in Ad Hoc Networks. 15.8 Security in Sensor Networks. References. 16 Active Networks. 16.1 Introduction. 16.2 Programable Networks Reference Models. 16.3 Evolution to 4G Wireless Networks. 16.4 Programmable 4G Mobile Network Architecture. 16.5 Cognitive Packet Networks. 16.6 Game Theory Models in Cognitive Radio Networks. 16.7 Biologically Inspired Networks. References. 17 Network Deployment. 17.1 Cellular Systems with Overlapping Coverage. 17.2 Imbedded Microcell in CDMA Macrocell Network. 17.3 Multitier Wireless Cellular Networks. 17.4 Local Multipoint Distribution Service. 17.5 Self-Organization in 4G Networks. References. 18 Network Management. 18.1 The Simple Network Management Protocol. 18.2 Distributed Network Management. 18.3 Mobile Agent-Based Network Management. 18.4 Ad Hoc Network Management. References. 19 Network Information Theory. 19.1 Effective Capacity of Advanced Cellular Networks. 19.2 Capacity of Ad Hoc Networks. 19.3 Information Theory and Network Architectures. 19.4 Cooperative Transmission in Wireless Multihop Ad Hoc Networks. 19.5 Network Coding. 19.6 Capacity of Wireless Networks Using MIMO Technology. 19.7 Capacity of Sensor Networks with Many-to-One Transmissions. References. 20 Energy-efficient Wireless Networks. 20.1 Energy Cost Function. 20.2 Minimum Energy Routing. 20.3 Maximizing Network Lifetime. 20.4 Energy-efficient MAC in Sensor Networks. References. 21 Quality-of-Service Management. 21.1 Blind QoS Assessment System. 21.2 QoS Provisioning in WLAN. 21.3 Dynamic Scheduling on RLC/MAC Layer. 21.4 QoS in OFDMA-Based Broadband Wireless Access Systems. 21.5 Predictive Flow Control and QoS. References. Index.

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  • publication date: 05/06/2009
  • ISBN13: 9780470742501
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 892
  • ID: 9780470742501
  • weight: 1686
  • ISBN10: 047074250X
  • edition: 2nd Revised edition

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