Virtual-Pressure Scheduling in IEEE 802.11 Wireless Mesh Networks


Back-pressure scheduling is thought to play a vital role in operating wireless mesh networks (WMNs). During this letter, we tend to expand the back-pressure scheduling with broader control parameters for a selected sensible domain. To unravel this expanded drawback, we have a tendency to propose a virtual-pressure scheduling algorithm that tries to find the management parameters for improving throughputs by monitoring the results of the rear-pressure scheduling. From this, virtual-pressure scheduling achieves 5 times higher throughputs than the rear-pressure scheduling in heavily congested IEEE 802.eleven WMNs.

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