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Look-Ahead Strategies Based on Store-Carry and Forward Relaying for Energy Efficient Cellular Communications
AbstractWith the increasing availability of Internet type services on mobile devices and the attractive flat rate all-you-can-eat billing system, cellular telecommunication networks are experiencing a tremendous growth in data usage demand. However, there are increasing concerns that current network deployment trends (including more efficient radio access techniques and increased spectrum allocation strategies), will be unable to support the increased Internet traffic in a sustainable way. The delay tolerant nature of mobile Internet traffic allows for a large degree of flexibility in optimizing network performance to meet different design objectives and it’s a feature that has mostly gone unexplored by the research community. In this paper, we introduce a novel message forwarding mechanism in cellular networks that benefits from the inherent delay tolerance of Internet type services to provide flexible and adjustable forwarding strategies for efficient network operation while guaranteeing timely deliveries. By capitalizing on the elasticity of message delivery deadlines and the actual mobility of nodes inside the cell, considerable performance gains can be achieved by physically propagating information messages within the network.
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Kolios, P.; Friderikos, V.; Papadaki, K. Look-Ahead Strategies Based on Store-Carry and Forward Relaying for Energy Efficient Cellular Communications. Future Internet 2010, 2, 587-602.View more citation formats
Kolios P, Friderikos V, Papadaki K. Look-Ahead Strategies Based on Store-Carry and Forward Relaying for Energy Efficient Cellular Communications. Future Internet. 2010; 2(4):587-602.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kolios, Panayiotis; Friderikos, Vasilis; Papadaki, Katerina. 2010. "Look-Ahead Strategies Based on Store-Carry and Forward Relaying for Energy Efficient Cellular Communications." Future Internet 2, no. 4: 587-602.