A Framework For Scalability On Wireless Connections In Cellular Networks

A Framework For Scalability On Wireless Connections In Cellular Networks

Author by Dr. Samuel Okolie

Journal/Publisher: International Journal Of Computer Trends And Technology (ijctt)

Volume/Edition: 68

Language: English

Pages: 30 - 36

Abstract

Abstract – The concept and background of this research is to look at the characteristics of cellular networksamongst the wireless and social layers of complex networks.Then, focus on proximity-driven social models according to which social relations are established with respect to the geographical vicinity of nodes. In this framework, nodeswere inclined to communicate with parties that are geographically closer to them more often than with ones at farther distances. When examining the scaling limits, it is often desirable to assume idealistic conditions. While making the problem more tractable, the results of the analysis based on these assumptions reflect the nominal performance of the system. The routing algorithm plays an integral part in the performance of cellular networks. By virtue of this, it is desired to adopt a routing algorithm that exhibits optimal performance.

 


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