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Multiple Access Communications: Third International Workshop, MACOM 2010, Barcelona, Spain, September 13-14, 2010, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Multiple Access Communications, MACOM 2010, held in Barcelona, Spain, in September 2010.
The 21 full papers and 6 poster papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 40 submissions. They are divided in topical sections on medium access control, multiuser detection and advanced coding techniques, queuing systems, wireless mesh networks and WIMAX, advanced ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Multiple Access Communications, MACOM 2010, held in Barcelona, Spain, in September 2010.
The 21 full papers and 6 poster papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 40 submissions. They are divided in topical sections on medium access control, multiuser detection and advanced coding techniques, queuing systems, wireless mesh networks and WIMAX, advanced topics in wireless networks, and mobile ad-hoc networks.

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Medium Access Control

Physical Model Based Interference Classification and Analysis Artem Krasilov 1

Dynamic Parameter Adjustment in CSMA/ECA Jaume Barcelo Boris Bellalta Cristina Cano Anna Sfairopoulou Miquel Oliver 13

A Test-Based Scheduling Protocol (TBSP) for Periodic Data Gathering in Wireless Sensor Networks Mario Orne Díaz-Anadón Kin K. Leung 25

Multiuser Detection and Advanced Coding Techniques

Adaptive Minimum Conditional Bit-Error-Rate Linear Multiuser Detection for STBC-MC-CDMA Systems Transmitting over Mobile Radio Channels Leandro D'Orazio Claudio Sacchi Jérôme Louveaux Luc Vandendorpe 36

On the Performance of Single LDGM Codes for Iterative Data Fusion over the Multiple Access Channel Javier Del Ser Javier Garcia-Frias Pedro M. Crespo Diana Manjarres Ignacio (Iñaki) Olabarrieta 47

Preliminary Results on the Adoption of De Bruijn Binary Sequences in DS-CDMA Systems Stefano Andrenacci Ennio Gambi Susanna Spinsante 58

Queueing Systems

Analysis of Different Channel Sharing Strategies in Cognitive Radio Networks Elena Bernal-Mor Vicent Pla Jorge Martinez-Bauset 70

A Queueing Model for SDMA Downlink Transmissions Ruizhi Liao Boris Bellalta Miquel Oliver Núria Garcia 74

Queueing System with Alternating Service Rates for Free Space Optics-Radio Hybrid Channel Vladimir Vishnevskiy Olga Semenova 79

An Efficient Method for Proportional Differentiated Admission Control Implementation Vladimir V. Shakhov 91

A Geom/G/1/n Queueing System with LIFO Discipline, Service Interruptions and Repeat Again Service, and Restrictions on the Total Volume of Demands Alexander Pechinkin Sergey Shorgin 98

Retrial Queueing Model MM AP/M2/1 with Two Orbits Konstantin Avrachenkov Alexander Dudin Valentina Klimenok 107

Laws of Conservation in the Queueing Teory Yuri Ryzhikov 119

Wireless Mesh Networks and WIMAX

Intra-flow Interference Study in IEEE 802.11s Mesh Networks Andrey Lyakhov Ivan Pustogarov 127

Simulation Study of VoIP Performance in IEEE 802.11 Wireless Mesh Networks Kirill Andreev Pavel Boyko 139

Modeling the Influence of the Real-Time Traffic on the Delay of the Non Real-Time Traffic in IEEE 802.16 Network Zsolt Saffer Sergey Andreev Yevgeni Koucheryavy 151

Advanced Topics in Wireless Networks

Cross-Layer Channel-Aware Approaches for Modern Wireless Networks Sergey Andreev Olga Galinina Alexey Vinel 163

On the Probabilistic Description of an Asynchronous DHA FH OFDMA System with Threshold Noncoherent Reception Dmitry Osipov 180

Adaptive Channel Estimation for STBC-OFDM System Based on Nature-Inspired Optimization Strategies Leandro D'Orazio Claudio Sacchi Massimo Donelli 188

Fractional Frequency Reuse Scheme in Cooperative Relaying For Multi-cell OFDMA Systems Abdelhalim Najjar Noureddine Hamdi Ammar Bouallegue 199

Static Inter-Cell Interference Coordination Techniques for LTE Networks: A Fair Performance Assessment David González G. Mario García-Lozano Silvia Ruiz Joan Olmos 211

A Two-Users Transmission Game in OFDM Wireless Networks with Resource Cost Andrey Garnaev Anton Toritsyn 223

QoS-Driven Radio Resource Allocation for OFDMA Networks Based on a Game Theoretical Approach Claudio Sacchi Fabrizio Granelli 235

Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks

Using Agent-Oriented Simulation System AGNES for Evaluation of Sensor Networks Dmitry Podkorytov Alexey Rodionov Olga Sokolova Anastasia Yurgenson 247

Multiple Metrics in MANET with End-to-End QoS Support for Unicast and Multicast Traffic Evgeny Khorov Alexander Safonov 251

Performance of MAC Protocols in Beaconing Mobile Ad-Hoc Multibroadcast Networks Cristina Rico Garcia Andreas Lehner Patrick Robertson Thomas Strang 263

Quality of Service Oriented Analysis of Cross-Layer Design in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks Ulrike Korger Christian Hartmann Katsutoshi Kusume Joerg Widmer 275

Author Index 287

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