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Analytical Evaluation of D2D Connectivity Potential in 5G Wireless Systems

MUTHANNA, A. MAŠEK, P. HOŠEK, J. FUJDIAK, R. HUSSEIN, O. PARAMONOV, A. KOUCHERYAVY, A.

Original Title

Analytical Evaluation of D2D Connectivity Potential in 5G Wireless Systems

Czech Title

Analytické vyhodnocení potenciálu D2D komunikace v mobilních sítích 5G

English Title

Analytical Evaluation of D2D Connectivity Potential in 5G Wireless Systems

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Constantly growing number of wireless devices leads to the increasing complexity of maintenance and requirements of mobile access services. Following this, the paper discusses perspectives, challenges and services of 5th generation wireless systems, as well as direct device-to-device communication technology, which can provide energy efficient, high throughput and low latency transmission services between end-users. Due to these expected benefits, the part of network traffic between mobile terminals can be transmitted directly between the terminals via established D2D connection without utilizing an infrastructure link. In order to analyse how frequently can be such direct connectivity implemented, it is important to estimate the probability of D2D communication for arbitrary pair of mobile nodes. In this paper, we present the results of the network modelling when the random graph model is used. The model was implemented as a simulation program in C# which generates random graph with a given number of vertexes and creates the minimal spanning tree (mst) by using the Prime’s algorithm. All our result and practical findings are summarized at the end of this manuscript.

Czech abstract

Constantly growing number of wireless devices leads to the increasing complexity of maintenance and requirements of mobile access services. Following this, the paper discusses perspectives, challenges and services of 5th generation wireless systems, as well as direct device-to-device communication technology, which can provide energy efficient, high throughput and low latency transmission services between end-users. Due to these expected benefits, the part of network traffic between mobile terminals can be transmitted directly between the terminals via established D2D connection without utilizing an infrastructure link. In order to analyse how frequently can be such direct connectivity implemented, it is important to estimate the probability of D2D communication for arbitrary pair of mobile nodes. In this paper, we present the results of the network modelling when the random graph model is used. The model was implemented as a simulation program in C# which generates random graph with a given number of vertexes and creates the minimal spanning tree (mst) by using the Prime’s algorithm. All our result and practical findings are summarized at the end of this manuscript.

English abstract

Constantly growing number of wireless devices leads to the increasing complexity of maintenance and requirements of mobile access services. Following this, the paper discusses perspectives, challenges and services of 5th generation wireless systems, as well as direct device-to-device communication technology, which can provide energy efficient, high throughput and low latency transmission services between end-users. Due to these expected benefits, the part of network traffic between mobile terminals can be transmitted directly between the terminals via established D2D connection without utilizing an infrastructure link. In order to analyse how frequently can be such direct connectivity implemented, it is important to estimate the probability of D2D communication for arbitrary pair of mobile nodes. In this paper, we present the results of the network modelling when the random graph model is used. The model was implemented as a simulation program in C# which generates random graph with a given number of vertexes and creates the minimal spanning tree (mst) by using the Prime’s algorithm. All our result and practical findings are summarized at the end of this manuscript.

Keywords

5G, D2D, Analytical evaluation, Wireless networks

Released

28.09.2016

ISBN

978-3-319-46300-1

Book

Internet of Things, Smart Spaces, and Next Generation Networks and Systems

Pages from

395

Pages to

403

Pages count

10

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT128452,
  author="Ammar {Muthanna} and Pavel {Mašek} and Jiří {Hošek} and Radek {Fujdiak} and Oshdi {Hussein} and Alexander {Paramonov} and Andrey {Koucheryavy}",
  title="Analytical Evaluation of D2D Connectivity Potential in 5G Wireless Systems",
  annote="Constantly growing number of wireless devices leads to the increasing complexity of maintenance and requirements of mobile access services. Following this, the paper discusses perspectives, challenges and services of 5th generation wireless systems, as well as direct device-to-device communication technology, which can provide energy efficient, high throughput and low latency transmission services between end-users. Due to these expected benefits, the part of network traffic between mobile terminals can be transmitted directly between the terminals via established D2D connection without utilizing an infrastructure link. In order to analyse how frequently can be such direct connectivity implemented, it is important to estimate the probability of D2D communication for arbitrary pair of mobile nodes. In this paper, we present the results of the network modelling when the random graph model is used. The model was implemented as a simulation program in C# which generates random graph with a given number of vertexes and creates the minimal spanning tree (mst) by using the Prime’s algorithm. All our result and practical findings are summarized at the end of this manuscript.",
  booktitle="Internet of Things, Smart Spaces, and Next Generation Networks and Systems",
  chapter="128452",
  doi="10.1007/978-3-319-46301-8_33",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="395--403",
  type="conference paper"
}