Work number - M 10 AWARDED
Presented by Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics
The aim of the work is to increase the performance of wireless information and communication systems by solving problems of structural and functional self-organization.
The authors, on the basis of theoretical studies and experiments, determined the main tasks of the distribution of network resources, taking into account the features of the functioning of heterogeneous wireless communication technologies.
Scientific theoretical foundations, mathematical models and methods of channel distribution in multichannel IEEE 802.11, 802.16 and LTE mesh networks were created.
The basic conceptual framework for the practical implementation of the models and methods for improving productivity in modern and future wireless information and communication systems has been formed.
Mathematical models of channel distribution and hierarchical coordination method in 802.11 multichannel mesh networks are proposed; time-frequency resource allocation models in IEEE 802.16 networks and LTE technology.
The development of the theory of the optimal distribution of network resources of wireless information and communication networks in the context of their limitations through the development and improvement of means of increasing their productivity based on the use of hypergraphic models and methods has been implemented.
Comparison with world peers. The works of foreign scientists (Zander J., Reed J. H., Cardei M., Cardei I., Du. D. Z., Jo M.) solve only a part of the well-founded problems and have shortcomings that are taken into account in this work. Therefore, we can assume that there are no analogues.
Implemented during the implementation of No. 235-1 and No. 299 at the Kharkov National University of Radio Electronics (KNURE) and in building and improving the performance of the wireless network of the Department of Information and Communication Engineering of the Kharkov National University of Radio Electronics.
The economic effect of the implementation is the possibility of using the proposed solutions in modern and advanced wireless technologies (multi-channel multi-interface mesh-networks of IEEE 802.11 standard, IEEE 802.16 networks and LTE technology) next-generation networks as the basis for the mechanisms of network resource distribution with QoS, routing protocols .
Number of publications: 48, including 16 articles and 12 reports, of which 9 are presented in the IEEEXplore databases. According to the Scopus database, the total number of citations per publication of authors presented in the work is 12 h-index = 2; according to the Google Shcolar database, the total number of citations is 32, h-index = 3. The novelty and competitiveness of technical solutions is protected by 5 patents. On this subject 1 Ph.D. thesis was defended.