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Applied Optimization Methods for Wireless Networks
Professor Y. Thomas Hou, Dr Yi Shi, Professor Hanif D. Sherali
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The use of wireless networks has increased dramatically in recent years. In line with this increase in their use, there has been a parallel increase in approaches and techniques for optimising these wireless networks as the efficiency required is paramount.
The use of these optimisation techniques has often been necessary when pursuing the fundamental performance limits or looking at the theoretical results and performance levels achievable.
This book has been written to serve the need of outlining the optimization and analysis approaches. It has been aimed particularly at graduate students who are undertaking theoretical research in wireless networks, but it will also act as a very useful reference volume for those involved in wireless network research.
The book addresses the various optimization methods can be applied to solve complex problems in wireless networks.
The book has been organised so that each chapter reviews a specific optimization method and then demonstrates how to apply the theory in practice through a detailed case study taken from state-of-the-art research.
Throughout the book, a combination of techniques from both operations research and computer science disciplines provide a holistic treatment of optimization methods and their applications.
Written by three professors, who are experts in their field, the book provides a very solid leading edge summary of the techniques used in this area.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Publication:||10 April 2014|
|Book Dimensions:||24.8 x 18.6 x 2.2 cm|