Analysis of Wireless Networks with General Node Distribution

Martin Haenggi, Professor of Electrical Engineering and a Concurrent Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA, will give a

talk at the Lakeside Labs, B04.1.114, on Thursday, 29 September 2011, 2.00 pm.

The analysis of large wireless systems relies on a spatial model for the node distribution. Such spatial modeling has been largely restricted to the Poisson point process (PPP), since its attractive analytical properties permit the derivation of closed-form expressions for the interference distribution, outage probabilities, and the spatial throughput. The Poisson model, however, is only accurate if all nodes form a PPP and ALOHA is used as the MAC protocol. Hence, in many cases, the locations of the transmitters are better modeled by clustered or hard-core models. After reviewing the most important results for the Poisson case, we discuss novel analytical techniques that permit extensions to general stationary point processes.

Free admission for everybody interested.

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Datum: Dienstag, 20. September 2011 14:53
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