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Title: Network Connectivity With Inhomogeneous Correlated Mobility
Authors: Xiaoying Liu;Jinbei Zhang;Liang Liu;Weijie Wu;Xiaohua Tian;Xinbing Wang;Wenjun Zhang;Jun Xu
subject: critical transmission range|optimal distribution|Network connectivity
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this paper, we derive the critical transmission range, i.e., the smallest transmission distance of nodes such that wireless network can be connected, in large-scale clustered wireless networks. Contrary to most previous literature on independent and homogeneous mobility of nodes, we consider general settings with inhomogeneous node distribution and correlated mobility. In particular, we consider three network states based on the degree of correlation among nodes, i.e., cluster-sparse state (strong correlations), cluster-dense state (weak correlations), and cluster-transitional state (medium correlations). Under each state, we focus on the following problems: 1) how to place cluster-head nodes to minimize the critical transmission range and 2) what is the corresponding minimum critical transmission range. We derive the optimal distribution of cluster-head nodes that minimizes the critical transmission range, and show that the inhomogeneous distribution of mobile nodes leads to a smaller critical transmission range.
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ISSN: 1536-1276
volume: 15
issue: 6
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Title: Network Connectivity With Inhomogeneous Correlated Mobility
Authors: Xiaoying Liu;Jinbei Zhang;Liang Liu;Weijie Wu;Xiaohua Tian;Xinbing Wang;Wenjun Zhang;Jun Xu
subject: critical transmission range|optimal distribution|Network connectivity
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this paper, we derive the critical transmission range, i.e., the smallest transmission distance of nodes such that wireless network can be connected, in large-scale clustered wireless networks. Contrary to most previous literature on independent and homogeneous mobility of nodes, we consider general settings with inhomogeneous node distribution and correlated mobility. In particular, we consider three network states based on the degree of correlation among nodes, i.e., cluster-sparse state (strong correlations), cluster-dense state (weak correlations), and cluster-transitional state (medium correlations). Under each state, we focus on the following problems: 1) how to place cluster-head nodes to minimize the critical transmission range and 2) what is the corresponding minimum critical transmission range. We derive the optimal distribution of cluster-head nodes that minimizes the critical transmission range, and show that the inhomogeneous distribution of mobile nodes leads to a smaller critical transmission range.
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URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/149138
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/630067
ISSN: 1536-1276
volume: 15
issue: 6
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: Network Connectivity With Inhomogeneous Correlated Mobility
Authors: Xiaoying Liu;Jinbei Zhang;Liang Liu;Weijie Wu;Xiaohua Tian;Xinbing Wang;Wenjun Zhang;Jun Xu
subject: critical transmission range|optimal distribution|Network connectivity
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: In this paper, we derive the critical transmission range, i.e., the smallest transmission distance of nodes such that wireless network can be connected, in large-scale clustered wireless networks. Contrary to most previous literature on independent and homogeneous mobility of nodes, we consider general settings with inhomogeneous node distribution and correlated mobility. In particular, we consider three network states based on the degree of correlation among nodes, i.e., cluster-sparse state (strong correlations), cluster-dense state (weak correlations), and cluster-transitional state (medium correlations). Under each state, we focus on the following problems: 1) how to place cluster-head nodes to minimize the critical transmission range and 2) what is the corresponding minimum critical transmission range. We derive the optimal distribution of cluster-head nodes that minimizes the critical transmission range, and show that the inhomogeneous distribution of mobile nodes leads to a smaller critical transmission range.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/149138
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/630067
ISSN: 1536-1276
volume: 15
issue: 6
Appears in Collections:2016

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