PROJECT TITLE :
Parallel Glauber dynamics-based scheduling in static wireless grid networks with polynomially fading interference
The process of coming up with low-value scheduling algorithms, that allows most range of nodes to speak simultaneously whereas avoiding interference along with resource constraints becomes a challenging task. Graph-primarily based models underestimate the effective adjacent nodes by using signal-to-noise ratio live instead of signal-to-interference-and-noise-ratio as prompt by polynomial fading models. A hybrid model is developed to accurately estimate the minimum range of schedules needed for interference-free communication.
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