Signal Format 6. Equivalent Discrete Time Channel Model 6. Equivalent System State Representations 6. Viterbi Algorithm 6. Iterative Implementation of Turbo Equalization 6. Performance 6. The Received Signal 6. Channel Estimation Alternatives 6.
Implementing the Estimator 6. The Kalman Filter 6.
Implementation Issues 6. Problem Statement 6. Signal Model Contents note continued: 6. Derivation of Algorithms for DFE 6. The Equalizer Coefficients 6. Convergence Analysis 6. Kurtosis-Based Algorithm 6. Performance Results 7. Statistics of Mobile Radio Channels 7. Diversity Receiver 7. FIR Channel Estimator 7.
System Performance 7. Reference Generation 7.
Signal and Channel Parameters 7. Interference Cancellation 7. Four Transmit Antennas 7. Frequency Selective Channel Model 7. Front End Prefilter 7. Time-Invariant Channel 7.
Optimization Problem 7. Average Channel 7. Decision 7. Data Demodulation 7. Performance Examples 7. Transmitter 7. Receiver Contents note continued: 7. Rate Adaptation 7.
Non-Linear Power Amplifier Model 7. MMSE Receiver 7. System and Channel Model 7. Tracking the Fading Processes 7. Frequency Selective Fading Channels 7. Blind Approach 7. Bayesian Optimal Blind Receiver 7. Gibbs Sampler 7. Prior Distributions 7. Conditional Posterior Distributions 7. Gibbs Multiuser Detection 7. Sampling Space of Data Contents note continued: 7. The Orthogonality Property 7. Blind Turbo Multiuser Receiver 7. Decoder-Assisted Convergence Assessment 7.
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Ultra Wide Band Radio 8. The Multiple Access Channel 8. Receiver 8. The UWB Channel 8. Energy Capture 8. The Received Signal Model 8. UWB Propagation Experiment 2 8. Path Loss Modeling Contents note continued: 8. Performance in a Gaussian Channel 8. Performance in a Dense Multipath Channel 8. Receiver and BER Performance 8.
Time Variations 8. Performance Example 8. Performance Results 8. Coded UWB Schemes 8. Performance 8. Signal Model 8. The Monopulse Tracking System 8. Beamforming for UWB Radio 8. Circular Array 9. Convex Optimization 9. Precoding for Power Optimization 9.
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Performance Example 9. Convex Optimization-Theory-Based Beamforming 9. Channel Diagonalization 9. Convex Optimization-Based Beamforming 9. Constraints in Multicarrier Systems 9. Performance Examples Cognitive Networks Optimal Sequential Channel Sensing Optimal Parallel Multiband Channel Sensing Collaborative Spectrum Sensing Multichannel Cognitive MAC System Model Channel Allocation Game Glisic Introduction Background and Related Work The Relay Channel Cooperative Communication Contents note continued: Half-Duplex Relay Protocol Overview Strategies of Relay-Assisted Transmission Cooperative Communications User Cooperation in the Uplink Cooperative Diversity in Wireless Networks Relay-Assisted Communications Static Resource Allocation Relaying Distributed Space-Time Coding Dynamic Resource Allocation Relaying Two-Way Relay-Assisted Communications Scenario and Signal Model Resource Allocation Scenario and Signal Model Definition Distributed Power Control Biologically Inspired Paradigms in Wireless Networks Immune System and Terminology A Bio-Inspired Security Model Swarm Intelligence Based Routing Performance Example Biologically Inspired Algorithm for Optimum Multicasting Mixed Integer Programming Model Objective Function for System Optimization Epidemic Routing Nano-Networks Contents note continued: System Optimization Ga-Tsl Algorithm Design Positioning in Wireless Networks Mobile Station Location in Cellular Networks The Circular, Hyperbolic, and Mixed Multilateration Accuracy Measure Circular Multilateration Hyperbolic Multilateration Mixed Multilateration Performance Results for Three Stations Performance Results for N Stations Relative Positioning in Wireless Sensor Networks Performance Bounds Relative Location Estimation Contents note continued: Average Performance of Circular and Hyperbolic Geolocation Signal Models and Performance Limits Performance of Location Techniques Average Performance of Location Techniques Wireless Networks Connectivity Survivable Wireless Networks Design Analytical Model Survivability of Wireless Ad Hoc Networks Network Dimensioning Network Design Objectives Genetic Algorithm Integer Programming Method Simulated Annealing Survivable Network Under General Traffic Stochastic Geometry and Random Graphs Theory Stochastic Geometry Link Outage Probability Percolation and Connectivity Advanced Routing and Network Coding Conventional Routing Versus Network Coding Algebraic Formulation of Network Coding Random Network Coding Gossip Based Protocol and Network Coding Network Coding With Reduced Complexity Multisource Multicast Network Switching Conventional Route Packing Problem Multicast Network Switching as Matrix Game The System Model Interference Controlled Scheduling Conventional Scheduling: Motivating Example Routing and Network Stability Time varying network with queuing Network Delay Lyapunov Drift and Network Stability Flow Optimization in Heterogeneous Networks Protocol Optimization with Infinite Buffers Dynamic Resource Allocation in Computing Clouds Network Formation Games General Model of Network Formation Games Stability and Efficiency of the Game Traffic Routing Utility Model Network Formation Game Dynamics Contents note continued: Knowledge Based Network Formation Games Network Formation as a Non-Cooperative Game Network Formation as a Cooperative Game Dynamic Network Formation and Topology Control Greedy Utility Maximization Non-Cooperative Link Utility Maximization Preferential Attachment with Knowledge of Component Sizes Preferential Attachment with Knowledge of Neighbor Degrees Applications of Coalition Games in Wireless Networks CFP Modeling Modeling Coalition game Dynamics System Performance Cluster Size Optimization Performance Example Contents note continued: Evolutionary Stable Strategy Notes Previous ed.
Formerly CIP. Includes bibliographical references and index. Online version of the print title. Electronic reproduction. Access Conditions License restrictions may limit access. Mode of access: World Wide Web. View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"? In the evolution of wireless communications, the dominant challenges are in the areas of networking and their integration with the Future Internet.
Even the classical concept of cellular networks is changing and new technologies are evolving to replace it. Systematically guiding readers from the fundamentals through to advanced areas, each chapter begins with an introductory explanation of the basic problems and solutions followed with an analytical treatment in greater detail.
The most important aspects of new emerging technologies in wireless communications are comprehensively covered including: next generation Internet; cloud computing and network virtualization; economics of utility computing and wireless grids and clouds. This gives readers an essential understanding of the overall environment in which future wireless networks will be operating. Furthermore, a number of methodologies for maintaining the network connectivity, by using tools ranging from genetic algorithms to stochastic geometry and random graphs theory, and a discussion on percolation and connectivity, are also offered.
The book includes a chapter on network formation games, covering the general models, knowledge based network formation games, and coalition games in wireless ad hoc networks. His areas of interest include radio resource management in wireless mobile IP networks, network management, symbol synchronization in digital communications, automatic decision threshold level control ADTLC and frequency hopping modulation for wireless ad hoc networks.
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