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Collision Bottleneck Throughput in Bacterial Conjugation-based Nanonetworks
Bacterial conjugation-based nanonetwork has been recently proposed as a novel molecular communication paradigm, in which the bacteria act as carriers. This is the foundational work proposing the phenomenon of collision which occurs in the form of multi-conjugation of multiple carrier bacteria at the side of receiver nanodevice. We show the effect of this conjugation-based collision on the maximum achievable throughput of the network, using a simple graph-theoretic approach, namely, Maximum Weight Bipartite Matching . One of the several interesting results that emerges concerns the maximum achievable throughput, which is bounded by $Theta(n/p)$ in case of homogeneous nodes, where $n$ and $p$ refer to the total number of nodes, and the vertical layers in the network, respectively.
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