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Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications, IEICE
Vol. 8 (2017) No. 3 pp. 181-203

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http://doi.org/10.1587/nolta.8.181

Special Section on Communication Sciences and Engineering

This paper introduces an overview of throughput and delay analyses of IEEE 802.11 networks, mainly from authors' researches. In our opinion, the difficulty of wireless multi-hop network analysis comes from the network-dynamics multiplicity between uniformity and locality in spatiotemporal fields. From the background, the concept of “bottom-up analysis” was advocated, which is Network-layer modeling over MAC-layer one with respect to each node. Generalities of analytical expressions increase by applying the bottom-up analysis concept. Additionally, it is possible to express end-to-end delays by including the queuing theory in the bottom-up analysis concept. The validity of the obtained model is confirmed by comparisons with simulation results.

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