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Weighted De-Synchronization Based Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks

Kimchheang Chhea1, Dara Ron1, Jung-Ryun Lee1,2,*

1 School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering (EEE) at Chung-Ang University, Seoul, 156-756, Korea
2 Department of Intelligent Energy and Industry, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, 156-756, Korea

* Corresponding Author: Jung-Ryun Lee. Email:

Computers, Materials & Continua 2023, 75(1), 1815-1826.


Considering the exponential growth of wireless devices with data-starving applications fused with artificial intelligence, the significance of wireless network scalability using distributed behavior and fairness among users is a crucial feature in guaranteeing reliable service to numerous users in the network environment. The Kuramoto model is described as nonlinear self-sustained phase oscillators spinning at varying intrinsic frequencies connected through the sine of their phase differences and displays a phase transition at a specific coupling strength, in which a mutual behavior is accomplished. In this work, we apply the Kuramoto model to achieve a weighted fair resource allocation in a wireless network, where each user has different quality of service (QoS) requirements. Because the original Kuramoto model is the synchronization model, we propose a new weighting parameter for representing requirement of each node resource and modify the Kuramoto model to achieve weighted fair resource allocation for users with different QoS requirements. The proposed modified Kuramoto model allocates all users the resource based on their weight among contending nodes in a distributed manner. We analyze the convergence condition for the proposed model, and the results reveal that the proposed algorithm achieves a weighted fair resource allocation and with potentially high convergence speed compared to previous algorithm.


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K. Chhea, D. Ron and J. Lee, "Weighted de-synchronization based resource allocation in wireless networks," Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 75, no.1, pp. 1815–1826, 2023.

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