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    • Distributed throughput optimal scheduling for wireless networks 

      Xia, Shuang (Wichita State University, 2014-12)
      Recent advancement in distributed scheduling algorithms mainly focuses on designing CSMA-type protocols to achieve maximum network throughput in a fully distributive manner. However, it is inherently difficult for distributed ...
    • Distributed throughput optimal scheduling in the presence of heavy-tailed traffic 

      Xia, Shuang; Wang, Pu (IEEE, 2015-06)
      The heavy tailed traffic in wireless networks fundamentally challenges the applicability of conventional throughput optimal scheduling algorithms. To encounter this, the stability performance of distributed maximum weight ...
    • Optimal network control for big and heavy data delivery 

      Xia, Shuang (Wichita State University, 2018-07)
      Due to new emerging applications and technologies, data traffic has increased dramatically. However, wireless network spectrum resources are very limited. To overcome this challenge, optimal network control, which can ...
    • Stochastic network utility maximization in the presence of heavy-tails 

      Xia, Shuang; Wang, Pu (IEEE, 2017)
      Recent years have witnessed an active research on the stochastic network utility maximization (NUM) problem, where the optimal network resource allocation policy, such as congestion control, routing, and scheduling, is ...
    • Utility-optimal wireless routing in the presence of big and heavy data 

      Xia, Shuang; Wang, Pu; Kwon, Hyuck M. (IEEE, 2018-11-02)
      Due to emerging mobile applications and an Internet of things, data traffic carried by wireless networks has increased dramatically. As a result, maximizing the utilization of the limited network resource is a top priority. ...