PROJECT TITLE :
Optimal Partial Relaying for Energy-Harvesting Wireless Networks - 2016
During this paper, we have a tendency to asses the advantages of using partial relaying in energy-harvesting networks. We have a tendency to take into account a system composed of a source, a relay, and a destination. Each of the source and therefore the relay has energy-harvesting capability and generates its own traffic. The source is helped by the relay through a partial relaying network-level cooperation protocol. The relay regulates the arrivals from the supply by accepting only a proportion of the successfully received packets at the relay. The relaying parameter, which determines the proportion of packets to be accepted, is chosen based mostly on the parameters of the network to ensure the stability of the supply and therefore the relay information queues. During this work, we have a tendency to offer an exact characterization of the soundness region of the network. We derive the optimal value of the relaying parameter to maximise the stable throughput of the source for a given information arrival rate to the relay. Also, we compare the steadiness region of the proposed strategy with partial relaying to the soundness regions of simple transmission methods. Finally, we tend to consider the matter of network utility optimization in that we have a tendency to optimize over the value of the relaying parameter for a given pair of data arrival rates for the supply and also the relay.
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