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URN etd-0703108-145924 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2615 times. Download 1946 times. Author Chun-Lun Chou Author's Email Address No Public. Department Computer Science and Enginerring Year 2007 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 43 Title PERFORMANCE EVULATION FOR SCHEDULING ALGORITHMS IN WIMAX Keyword NS-2 scheduling algorithm WiMAX IEEE 802.16 排程 Qos Qos IEEE 802.16 排程 WiMAX scheduling algorithm NS-2 Abstract In the last years, demand for high-speed wireless network access and multimedia service has increased greatly. The IEEE 802.16 Working Group on Broadband Wireless Access is developing the IEEE 802.16 standards for Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks. IEEE 802.16 standard aims at providing broadband wireless last-mile access in a Metropolitan Area Network, easy deployment, high speed data rate, large spanning area, and large frequency spectrum. WiMAX also provide an efficient quality of service architecture include priority scheduling and queuing for bandwidth allocation to support our network system more efficient. But we don’t know the performance in WiMAX system using different kinds of scheduling schemes for different sets of application flows.
Therefore, we have an idea to implement scheduling schemes on WiMAX system to compare with different scheduling algorithm in delay time, packet lose rate and throughput analysis in uplink and downlink direction to get better performance. By this way, those simulation results form our NS-2 WiMAX system can show which scheduling schemes is better clearly, then we can say which one is the best performance, which one suit for different specific environment and compare with other methods in simulation. Finally, we can support an efficient Queuing scheduling theory on dynamic bandwidth allocation to get better performance for the IEEE 802.16 system.
Advisor Committee Jin-Cherng Lin - advisor
Wey Yen - co-chair
Yi-Chun Lee - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2008-06-06 Date of Submission 2008-07-04