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Autonomic Cooperative System Design

  • Michał Wódczak
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Abstract

The concept of Routing information Enhanced Algorithm for Cooperative Transmission, proposed in the previous chapter and aiming to enable Virtual Antenna Array aided cooperative transmission with the use of the Multi-Point Relay station selection heuristic of the Optimised Link State Routing protocol, could be in general perceived as a more node-centric approach. The aim of this chapter is to put it in a wider context of an autonomic cooperative system design, where numerous cooperative and non-cooperative transmissions might be ongoing simultaneously. To this end, the Autonomic Cooperative Node is incorporated into the Generic Autonomic Network Architecture and certain managing entities are introduced such as the Cooperative Transmission Decision Element and Cooperative Re-Routing Decision Element. The proposed architectural extensions will form the basis for the analysis of autonomic cooperative network deployments in the next chapter.

Keywords

Relay Node Cooperative Transmission Optimise Link State Route Decision Element Duplicate Address Detection 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ericsson (Telcordia Technologies)PoznańPoland

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