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000030087 245__ $$aRate Performance Objectives of Multihop Wireless Networks
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000030087 520__ $$aWe consider the question of what performance metric to maximize when designing ad hoc wireless network protocols such as routing or MAC. We focus on maximizing rates under battery-lifetime and power constraints. Commonly used metrics are total capacity (in the case of cellular networks) and transport capacity (in the case of ad hoc networks). However, it is known in traditional wired networking that maximizing total capacity conflicts with fairness, and this is why fairness-oriented rate allocations, such as max-min fairness, are often used. We review this issue for wireless ad hoc networks. Indeed, the mathematical model for wireless networks has a specificity that makes some of the findings different. It has been reported in the literature on ultra wide band that gross unfairness occurs when maximizing total capacity or transport capacity, and we confirm by a theoretical analysis that this is a fundamental shortcoming of these metrics in wireless ad hoc networks, as it is for wired networks. The story is different for max-min fairness. Although it is perfectly viable for a wired network, it is much less so in our setting. We show that, in the limit of long battery lifetimes, the max-min allocation of rates always leads to strictly equal rates, regardless of the MAC layer, network topology, channel variations, or choice of routes and power constraints. This is due to the
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000030087 700__ $$0241631$$aRadunovic, Bozidar$$g130122
000030087 700__ $$0241098$$aLe Boudec, Jean-Yves$$g105633
000030087 773__ $$j3$$k4$$q334-349$$tIEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
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