Ecologically Inspired Resource Distribution Techniques for Sustainable Communication Networks

Kumudu S. Munasinghe, Abbas Jamalipour

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Abstract

The next-generation network is modeled as an ecosystem of heterogeneous networks with multiservice traffic. Despite the presence of admission control, resource competition is inevitable and certain flows are disadvantaged over others. This chapter presents an ecologically inspired theory for resource distribution in such an environment. Optimal resources required for stable coexistence can be accurately predicted by the proposed theory. Next, we apply this algorithm for mobility load-balancing optimization in a long-term evolution network to enable self-organizing networking. The underlying algorithm uses an ecologically inspired graphical theory for equitable resource/load distribution in a multiresource, multiclass environment. Optimal load levels required for the stability of the eNodeB could be accurately estimated by the proposed eco-inspired graphical theory. Analytical proof and simulation results are provided for supporting the above argument.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBio-Inspired Computation in Telecommunications
EditorsXin-She Yang, Su Fong Chien, Tiew On Ting
Place of PublicationWaltham, MA, USA
PublisherElsevier Inc.
Chapter9
Pages185-203
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)9780128017432, 0128017430
ISBN (Print)9780128015384, 0128015381, 9781336008922, 133600892X
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Telecommunication networks
Next generation networks
Long Term Evolution (LTE)
Heterogeneous networks
Access control
Ecosystems
Resource allocation

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Munasinghe, K. S., & Jamalipour, A. (2015). Ecologically Inspired Resource Distribution Techniques for Sustainable Communication Networks. In X-S. Yang, S. F. Chien, & T. O. Ting (Eds.), Bio-Inspired Computation in Telecommunications (pp. 185-203). Waltham, MA, USA: Elsevier Inc.. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-801538-4.00009-4
Munasinghe, Kumudu S. ; Jamalipour, Abbas. / Ecologically Inspired Resource Distribution Techniques for Sustainable Communication Networks. Bio-Inspired Computation in Telecommunications. editor / Xin-She Yang ; Su Fong Chien ; Tiew On Ting. Waltham, MA, USA : Elsevier Inc., 2015. pp. 185-203
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Ecologically Inspired Resource Distribution Techniques for Sustainable Communication Networks. / Munasinghe, Kumudu S.; Jamalipour, Abbas.

Bio-Inspired Computation in Telecommunications. ed. / Xin-She Yang; Su Fong Chien; Tiew On Ting. Waltham, MA, USA : Elsevier Inc., 2015. p. 185-203.

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