Network-Wide Throughput Optimization for Highway Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communications
AbstractThis letter analyzes the meta-distribution of the transmission success probability (TSP) for vehicular networks based on a one-dimensional Poisson point process (PPP). We also propose a method to maximize the throughput across the vehicular network. Compared to the conventional spatial average performance assessment, the meta-distribution reveals the fraction of vehicles that operate at a target success rate of transmission across the highway. To this end, we propose a per-vehicle rate selection scheme to keep a target quality of service (QoS) level for all vehicles. The results reveal that operating at the spatially-averaged maximum throughput may lead to excessive variation in the performance of individual vehicles. However, with the proposed meta-distribution-aware rate selection scheme, the throughput variation among the vehicles can be significantly reduced (e.g., up to a
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Abd El-Gawad, M.A.; ElSawy, H.; Sakr, A.H.; Kim, H. Network-Wide Throughput Optimization for Highway Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communications. Electronics 2019, 8, 830.
Abd El-Gawad MA, ElSawy H, Sakr AH, Kim H. Network-Wide Throughput Optimization for Highway Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communications. Electronics. 2019; 8(8):830.Chicago/Turabian Style
Abd El-Gawad, Mohamed A.; ElSawy, Hesham; Sakr, Ahmed H.; Kim, HyungWon. 2019. "Network-Wide Throughput Optimization for Highway Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communications." Electronics 8, no. 8: 830.
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